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Challenge Player Resources with ‘Adventurers Rests’

In my last post I complained that 5e spellcasters have too many spell slots. They almost never run out of the buggers. This can cause issues in all kinds of scenarios, and one of them, on my table, is during travel. I’m not one for hand-waving travel, nor do I want to make travel an […]

My New Exhaustion House Rules

I recently discussed the pros and cons of the current 5e exhaustion rules vs. those appearing on ‘One D&D’ playtests, and since then I’ve felt a bit frustrated with both systems. Is it too much to ask to have an easy to remember system, that affects both movement and spellcasting, is punitive enough to be […]

One D&D Exhaustion Rules: Pros & Cons vs. 5e

Were I handed the reins to One D&D, fixing Exhaustion would be pretty close to the bottom of my things to do list. In fact, given how much I like the 5th edition rules, and how they offer experimental DMs a cool tool to play with, it probably wouldn’t have been on the list at […]

Exhaustion for Death, Devilry and Derring-Do

Not so long ago I quoted exhaustion as being one of the 15 reasons I love 5th edition Dungeons & Dragons. Given the often deranged mental gymnastics we have to do to make hit points make sense, it’s great to have a second, separate mechanic that measures life force, and moreover one that – unlike […]

The 15 Things I Love Most About 5th Edition…

The other day someone in the comments section accused me of hating 5th edition Dungeons & Dragons. 🤔 At first I was taken back… after all I started a roleplaying blog that talks exclusively (so far at least!) about 5e D&D, not to mention the fact that I dedicate a considerable amount of my free […]

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