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Just because your characters reach level 20 doesn't mean the adventure has to end. There's all manner of greater threats that they can solve. And Epic Legacy: Tome of Titans Volume 2 is full of even m
So, your party completed the quest and found the widget for the king. What should their reward be? Or, they headed into a new town and walked into the local magic shop. What is there to buy? Maybe the
If you've been enjoying the Venture Maidens podcast and though, "gee, I'd really like to get into that world and play around in it as well," then you are in luck. 2CGaming has launched a Kickstarter c
You can't end a long D&D campaign by having your party fight Steve, Local Janitor Who's a Bit Skeevy. No, you need something truly epic. But if you're having trouble coming up with some sort of ep
Readers know that if there's anything I love as much as giant robots when it comes to figures, it's dragons. I really should get a dragon alert around here. It'd definitely be going off with this stor
As you all know, next to giant robots, dragons are what I really love in gaming. It's like, "well, in the sci-fi universes, it's giant robots. In the fantasy side, it's dragons. ... ... They don't rea
I've said it countless times before and I'm sure will say it many more times in the future: there's no such thing as too many resources for GMs to draw from for their games. Sometimes that comes from
So your characters have reached level 20. They've gone and fought just about all they can fight. They've saved the world probably a couple times over. It's time to hang up the sword and lute and retir