The gladiatorial arenas of Rome evoke contradictory ideas: romance and brutality, defiance and obedience, violence and entertainment. The image of the warrior-showman is an enduring one, and today we present a fighter path designed to capture that in D&D. This path is great for use in Robert’s gladiator campaign article last…

This month, Monte Cook Games is running a Kickstarter for new Cypher System game products. So some of you out there might be wondering, is the Cypher System for you? Worry not, friendly reader, Forgot My Dice is here for you with a review of The Cypher System Rulebook! This…

D&D has always been a game played among friends, or with strangers who often become friends. Friendship is a type of love, and I thought that for our last article for “Love Month,” I’d try to do a mechanical representation of the bonds of trust and love that form between…

Paladins are the knights in shining armor of D&D, brave warriors that inspire others on the battlefield with martial training and holy magic. Inspired by Courtly Love, Arthurian Legend, and a little bit of swashbuckling, we bring you a charming Paladin Oath inspired by love. Oath of the Gallant The…

This month we had an extra Monday, so Trevor and Robert combined their powers and each made a monster based on the theme of the Month. Robert brings you a predator that uses cute as camouflage. Trevor brings you a fun new take on a Valentines Day creature we all…

I’m a Game Master at heart, I love running games much more than playing them. I get silly ideas all the time, below are the ones I find interesting enough that I have given them thought. I alphabetized the list, mostly so I could have a method of organization that…

Continuing February’s theme of love, we present to you some nifty new items to incorporate into your campaigns. The first is a set for a charming bard that uses our Item Set Rules and the other two are some Valentine’s Day-inspired consumables that can add some lighthearted holiday fun into your…