May 2016

It’s the last week of Scooby-doo month, we’ve covered the rest of the gang, and now it’s time for a little something inspired by everyone’s favorite ascot-sporting leader. In several iterations of the show, Fred is obsessed with traps, and traps have always been a huge part of the fun…

Investigation is an aspect that always seems to be baked into horror. Modern investigation procedural TV shows tend to have an element of the horrific, whether in the depiction of bodies, or in the gruesome clues which helps them track and find killers. Even in Curse of Strahd, the setting…

Dungeons and Dragons has always been my first love, which I started playing back during 2nd Edition, and it’s a game I always come back to. But the first RPG that blew my mind when I read it, so that it changed how I thought about RPGs, was the original…

There are 5 Mondays this month, so this week Robert and Trevor combine their powers and bring you a pair of magic items based on the theme of the month! Robert brings you a pair of cloaks inspired by a classic Scooby villain that would be perfect to give a…

This is a short follow up, or short, to another article. I cooked this up to support the Anunna Hound article we posted earlier in the week. Just a little something to give more martial hounds some more options, and improve their racial abilities. As always feats are optional, always ask…

There is a long history of adventuring groups that have an animal sidekick of one form or another, from the Mabari Hound and Dogmeat in your favorite video games, the Dire Wolves in Game of Thrones, to the members of Mysteries Incorporated. The genre is full of characters who have…