How Curiosity, Discovery, and Wonder Make Exploration Unique in D&D 5e
Thoughtful exploration in D&D 5e is a unique experience because it uses discover, uncertainty, fear, anxiety, and curiosity to engage players.
How to Hack the 5e Paladin: So Good Your Divine Smites Will Literally Feel Divine
Encounters and Scenes: Why the Exploration Pillar and D&D 5e Don't Get Along
Introducing Beginners to D&D 5e? Here Are 11 Tips to Guaranteed Make It Fun
A true story that tells you everything you need to teach any beginner, from eager friends to curious family members, how to play D&D 5e... and still have fun!
What Is 5e Exploration and Why It's an Awesome and Essential Pillar of D&D
Exploration is a fun and essential part of adventures, but is the forgotten pillar of D&D 5e. Why... and how can we fix it?
How Wielding 5e Visibility Rules Can Lead to Exciting D&D Scenes
A D&D 5e Underwater True Story by Riley Rath Recently, Awesome Dice published a post on darkvision, how it sucks in D&D 5e, and all the ways players and dungeon masters can make it better. It also offered some homebrew rules to make it more exciting. Overall, I make the case that having encounters with dynamic lighting can make darkvision not only useful, but actually exciting. But you know what that post was missing? A good example. Fortunately, I was able to peer back into my past and find a relevant, true story from...