Bone-Chilling Monsters for Your Tabletop

It’s been a while since I did an ‘underrated monsters’ post, but the winter weather in my area has me thinking about all kinds of weird mythological beasties that roam the tundra. Today, I thought it would be fun to spotlight some creatures that will make your players’ blood run cold–literally! Ijiraq The ijiraq isContinue reading “Bone-Chilling Monsters for Your Tabletop”

5 Ways to Add Crabs to Your Tabletop Game

Look, we’ve all been there: you’re planning a session of D&D and you just can’t figure out a way to get a crab involved. Frustrating, right? You’ve got puzzles, you’ve got combat, you’ve got roleplay opportunities galore… but no crabs. Well, fear not! I’m here to help, with five suggestions for easy ways to addContinue reading “5 Ways to Add Crabs to Your Tabletop Game”

Building A World: The Aelvari Faith

I’ve been working a bit more on my new campaign setting, Seliit. Something I’ve been wanting to hammer out lately is the religious beliefs of the Elder Races–elves, gnomes, and various other early peoples of the world. Building pantheons is one of my favorite parts of crafting a new world; for some reason, myth andContinue reading “Building A World: The Aelvari Faith”

Pathfinder’s Advanced Player’s Guide: Ancestries

Last week, we took a look at the four new classes presented in the recently-released Advanced Player’s Guide. This week, I want to check out another part of that book: the new ancestries and heritages! If you’re unfamiliar with Pathfinder 2E, ancestries are the game’s equivalent to what D&D calls races: humans, elves, halflings, etc.Continue reading “Pathfinder’s Advanced Player’s Guide: Ancestries”

Pathfinder’s Advanced Player’s Guide: Swashbuckler & Witch

As promised, today’s article will take a look at the two new Pathfinder classes I didn’t cover on Wednesday: the Swashbuckler and the Witch! The SwashbucklerWho doesn’t love a swashbuckler? Zorro, the Three Musketeers, Errol Flynn (er, well, his movies, anyway)–their daring feats of swordplay and quick wit have dazzled folks for decades. It’s aContinue reading “Pathfinder’s Advanced Player’s Guide: Swashbuckler & Witch”

How Pathfinder Reignited My Tabletop Passion

Folks, I’ve got a confession to make: when it comes to tabletop RPGs, I’ve been burning out pretty hard. “But Ethan,” I’m pretending you’re saying, “What about What Kind of Monster Are You?!, your more-or-less weekly column about cool D&D monsters? You’ve kept up with that! And what about a few weeks ago, when yourContinue reading “How Pathfinder Reignited My Tabletop Passion”