Proprietary cases are a great way to give your minis the love that they deserve, but they can overkill tabletop RPGs. Here’s a quick and dirty way to keep them safe, while keeping your budget under $10
“You all meet in a tavern…” Ugh! Chances are that you’re probably already groaning. Getting started with an RPG campaign can be fun, but this old trope needs to be retired. Here are 5 alternate ways to start your campaign!
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Playing until 2am can be awesome… unless it’s because you’re still on the first encounter. Here are 5 ways that DMs and players can work together to keep combat moving quickly, making sure you’ve got a good balance of RP and tactics in your games.
Do you have your own way of keeping gameplay moving fast? Let us know in the comments below!
As a DM returning to the table from a long absence I’d have to say it’s both. The journey is its own self-same reward, but there’s a lot to be said for the accolades and loot you find at the end of the road. Striking that balance can be hard, but it’s satisfying when you do.
Welcome to the first Fiat Lux! If you’ve never painted a tabletop mini for your roleplaying events you’re missing out. Here’s a quick way to save yourself a lot of time and trouble at the table by temporarily basing your minis, making them easier to handle. Painting pros and longtime hobbyists tend to customize this solution, but the solution you’ll see here is a great option if you’re starting out.
Do you temp-base your own minis for painting? If so, how? Tell us in the comments below!