My UVG-inspired D&D 5e campaign has a lot of weird Masters of the Universe-style quasi-future arcanical engineering stuff in it, because that aesthetic helps me keep focused on the kind of Zardozian prog-rock and heavy metal album cover shenanigans I like to see in fantasy gaming. Here's some loot!
In Part 1, I laid out an overview of my Ultraviolet Grasslands-inspired campaign world for my D&D 5e game. In this post I’ll outline the pantheon I created for the game.
My 5e campaign rips off a lot of stuff but none so much as the Ultraviolet Grasslands.
My last 5e session (both in terms of "most recent" as well as "probably the last face-to-face game for a while") saw my players' 5th level hooligans traveling into the Coppertop Mountains in search of the fabled Mount Durasil, rumored to be the ancestral home of the warforged.
There is a fine line in roleplaying games where a nonplayer character (NPC) flips from being a reasonable part of the fictional game world and starts generating antipathy from the players. There's characters you love to hate and there's characters you just hate. Hopefully we can stay away from the latter.
Random bits and bobs for when your players turn out the pockets of the recently deceased.
This session opened with combat, mopping up an extended, multi-sided battle between the party, an enemy group led by one of the sons of a local baron (and the ranger's personal nemesis), some of his mercenary Greensleeves who switched sides once they learned the ranger was also a Greensleeve, and a displacer beast just lurking … Continue reading Save vs. Work, Session 9
I run a fortnightly D&D 5e game for coworkers set in a nonsense jumbled-up mess of a campaign world kind-of-but-not-entirely-inspired by Ultraviolet Grasslands. I'm taking the same GMing approach here as I do with my local group's Savage Rifts game - hold on loosely and don't worry too much about continuity or geography. Last session … Continue reading Save vs. Work (5e)