News from Kabalor and Tips for Gamemasters

Asynchronous tabletop terrain: building a mini layout for remote play using photos

I’ve been running a homebrew-modified Dungeons & Dragons 5th Edition (D&D 5e) game since April of 2019. We play just about weekly, but have only met in person twice since March 2020. But I love doing tabletop terrain—and I still can! For my other multi-year game, which concluded near the end of 2020, I used … Continue reading “Asynchronous tabletop terrain: building a mini layout for remote play using photos”

New Art From Li Didkovsky!

Where to begin with how fabulously Li has captured this moment of adventure for us? The capybara confidently leaping over the fallen log. The guide beckoning to those behind encouraging them to follow, and likely taking them out of terrible swampy peril. And is the guide’s cane magical? There’s certainly something special about it. I … Continue reading “New Art From Li Didkovsky!”

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