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Tell Your Story!

The secret to get from campaign to game session without missing anything important.

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Fantasy Location Names

Fantasy location name generator that can be used to show the passing of centuries in your game world.

You can find it here.

RPG Adventure Ideas

19 different adventures that can be used for any RPG system.

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Human NPC's for D&D 5e

84 different human NPC's for your D&D 5e campaign that you can use in minutes.

You can find it here.

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Tell Your Story!

I had trouble connecting my cool story idea for over a year in our bi-weekly game sessions.

There was a huge piece missing to connect the dots.

Once I thought about my game in this way I was able to create overarching plots, subplots, and plan out my game sessions much easier.

Check it out here.


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Fantasy Location Names

Come up with hundreds of names using the fantasy name generator.

We created the ability to create meaningful place names for your game, but also easily change the names over time to show how centuries can pass in your same game world.

Included in this are thousands of NPC names, for humans, dwarves, elves and goblinoids, along with legendary character names for your game as well.

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RPG Adventure Ideas

Are you ready to learn how to make your story ideas leap off of the table and into your players hearts and minds? Do you need ideas on how to keep your friends engaged in your role-playing game? Tired of just running the same types of games over and over? Find out how to breathe new life into your tabletop RPG (i.e. Dungeons and Dragons, Pathfinder, etc.) with these 19 different adventure ideas. Keep your friends wanting to come back for more.

The solution is to vary the games ideas you play and that is just what Get Your Game On gives you. It works for any RPG system. If you are playing Dungeons and Dragons 5e or 3.5 or even 2. Any version of Pathfinder, Gurps, Shadowrun, Night Black Agents, Mutant City Blues, Vampire: The Masquerade, seriously ANY and ALL tabletop RPG games.

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Human NPC's

For many tabletop RPG Dungeon Masters, one of the hardest, most time-consuming tasks is to roll up a high-level wizard for use in your game that will challenge your group.

There is nothing worse than showing up woefully unprepared and having to cut your game short because your players raced to the final encounter, and you don't have the stats ready for combat.

This is where Human NPC's: 84 Complete NPC's for 5th edition to use in your RPG in minutes is useful.

Simply choose a class. Then choose one of 7 levels between 1 - 18 to insert into your RPG immediately.

Human NPC's is for any dungeon master that is playing Dungeons and Dragons 5th edition.  We cover the base 12 classes from the Player's Handbook and only use spells / equipment from the D&D 5e Core Books, so if you haven't (or don't want) to pick up the newest supplement, that isn't an issue. However, there is space to add material on your own from those supplements if you want.

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Can't quite execute your vision as a game master?

I could easily come up with a world and create an idea to play, but I could never quite execute my vision. You see I realized that there is a huge step missing between the campaign setting and the individual game sessions. They didn't have the feel that I wanted. I could never make them into a complete story, until I switched over to the Play / Act / Scene Model of being a storyteller. Check it out below.

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