How to Build Practical D&D Cities & Villages with Your Players in Mind

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Building D&D cities, towns, and villages is challenging. As a Dungeon Master, you either don’t spend enough time prepping a settlement to find it’s a forgettable, cookie-cutter location and one where the PCs have nothing to do and can’t find Continue reading How to Build Practical D&D Cities & Villages with Your Players in Mind

How to Make a D&D Campaign Primer for Your Homebrew

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Why should you make a D&D campaign primer for your homebrew setting and games? A primer helps make clear the most fundamental parts of your campaign for your players and pre-emptively answers the most common players questions. In a way Continue reading How to Make a D&D Campaign Primer for Your Homebrew

Worldbuilding Dominions on Your World Map

We return to the world building process. In the last segment we took a brief tangent to build out a capital city profile. This time we’re back for worldbuilding dominions for our map! Now, we won’t be creating every single Continue reading Worldbuilding Dominions on Your World Map

World Building Capital City Profiles

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Welcome back and welcome home to the Red Ragged Fiend, a website dedicated to the adventures of playing tabletop games, especially roleplaying games. This post about worldbuilding capital city profiles is another in the now long-running series of Worldbuilding Process Continue reading World Building Capital City Profiles

Adding Capital Cities & World Map Landmark Locations

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Welcome back to the World Building Process series. I’m excited to continue growing our world map. And now we’re going to start adding important world map landmark locations. This step represents crossing a major threshold in world building for our Continue reading Adding Capital Cities & World Map Landmark Locations