How many times have you thought about getting into a tabletop RPG like Dungeons and Dragons, started to look into it, and then given up because it seems so overwhelming?
I’ve created this list specifically to help budding DMs (dungeon masters) like you who have no idea where to start.
With that in mind, let me show you several of the best DnD books for DMs that I think are excellent places to start. I’ll also explain to you why I picked each one.
Out of all the most popular tabletop RPGs out there for players to consider, I think Call of Cthulhu has one of the most infamous reputations. Players assume that it’s guaranteed your characters will die or that you’ll go insane.
But is it really that hard, or is it easy? I’ll discuss that in more detail in this post.
An endless tableau of characters stretches before you, just waiting for the earliest stages of creation in your mind. Where do you begin?
That’s what I’m planning to help you with in this guide to Werewolf: the Apocalypse character concepts. I’ll explain to you what character concepts are, how to develop them on your own, and then provide you a few character concepts of my own as examples.
Making characters is one aspect where this game diverges from most others. If you’re wondering how to make a character in Call of Cthulhu, I’m here to guide you.
I’ll walk you through the process in this guide. If you still have more questions, I’ll also post links to the books I recommend getting.
Of course, the quality of the changes themselves should come into question. Sometimes, older editions really are better, whether it’s because they were more logical or had more comprehensive lore.
Is this the case with Werewolf: the Apocalypse? We’re about to find out, because I’ll be discussing exactly that in this Werewolf: the Apocalypse best edition guide.
Just like with any other good cast of characters, NPCs have won my heart, drove me insane, gotten on my nerves, or even intimidated me. But in order to have fulfilling interactions with them, you’ll need to speak their language.
So which languages will be most useful for your journeys? Honestly, that depends on your campaign, but I’ve gathered what I feel are a handful of the best languages to know in DnD. I’ll also give you some reasons as to why I think they’re helpful.