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Designing & Running Heists in 5e D&D

“Heists don’t work in D&D!” retorted my friend and fellow Dungeon Master, when I announced I was excited to get my hands on Keys from the Golden Vault. It’s a common refrain, usually followed by: “You should try Blades in the Dark!” According to its many detractors Dungeons & Dragons is, in fact, a terrible […]

Keys from the Golden Vault: Reviews of All 13 Heists!

Dust off your crowbar, polish your lock picks and put on your padded slippers, because your expert handler, Hipsters & Dragons, is about to mission debrief you on a series of 13 sensational heists from the D&D multiverse. Yes, a mere 7.5 months after its release (I have a day job you know!) I’ve finally […]

I Ran The Stygian Gambit… And It Rocked!

Heavily obscured by the OGL scandal, and with the distraction of a Hollywood movie hitting the cinemas, DMs with a low passive Perception may have barely noticed the release of WOTC’s latest adventure anthology, Keys from the Golden Vault, sneaking up onto their local game-store’s bookshelves. Which is a shame, because it’s a really buccaneering […]

Jimmy Meritt Introduces: Here’s To Crime

Following hot on the heels of last week’s post, which featured best-selling author Jeff C. Stevens introducing his Encounters in the Savage Cities (perfect if you’re about to run Dragon Heist!), is the second post in what I hope will be a regular series of articles. This time I’ve invited DMs Guild newbie Jimmy Meritt […]

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