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Need help bolstering your session prep? Roll & Play can help!

It may seem like I’m putting up a lot of DnD / TTRPG stuff as of late, but it’s because I’ve been finding just a lot of great content out there. Not only that, these are great resources for a game that lends itself very, very well to being played with everyone remote from each other. One of the latest, that’s specifically for helping DMs with their prep, is Roll & Play.

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Where do you find fantastic beasts? In Fantastic Lairs, of course!

When it comes to getting things prepped for the DnD campaign I’m running for friends at work, I’m totally down with getting assistance from prepared modules and such. My first time running the table, that’s what I’ve used, and I’ve supplemented the homebrew world with them since. It makes it easier, especially on a new DM. One of the latest resources coming available is Fantastic Lairs.

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You likely know Wyrmwood for their dice accessories – now they’re making dice!

Earlier this week, we told you about a dice vault Kickstarter program that I felt was pretty clever. When I was writing that up, the company I had in the back of my mind was Wyrmwood, as they’ve gotten stuck there as supporters of some of my favorite real-play DnD podcasts. Well, now they’ve branched out from creating dice trays and vaults, to making actual dice.

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Show off those dice (and protect them) in the Master Monk Oracle Dice Box

I’m not sure if there truly is a resurgence in TTRPG these days, or I’m just more cognizant of it since I started playing DnD again with co-workers (and now run the campaign). I’ve – so far – stuck with the standard cloth bag to hold my dice, but dice boxes (or dice vaults, if you prefer) are showing up more and more. One of the latest to catch my eye is the Master Monk Oracle Dice Box.

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Dragons and dice and dungeons! It’s Wyrmling Dice!

See, I told you yesterday that it’s a great time for dice collectors of all stripes. Yesterday we talked about a cool resin dice set. What if you want something that’s heavier? That’s metal! And if you want a more-compact metal set, then this campaign for the Wrymling Dice is what you need to look at.

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Here, fishy fishy! Oh, those are dice?

Back when I first started into the world of tabletop roleplaying games, it felt like my dice choices were limited. I had some handed down from my cousin, and eventually it was picking up some basic colors from the local shop. Well, now, there is an amazing array of makers out there creating lovely custom stuff. One of ones that caught my eye recently is the Keyfish Crit by Green Leaf Geek.

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It’s back to Ptolus for you!

When it comes to your tabletop role playing games (TTRPGs), you’ve got a choice of how to run your games. If you’re just starting out, prebuilt modules and adventures are a solid way to go – it builds a framework and story for you that you can riff on (or follow to the letter) as you need to. Alternatively, you can go completely freeform. That’s fun if your imaginative, but it can talk a lot of prep work. If you want to fall somewhere in the middle, then something like Ptolus could serve you well.

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