You're a good dungeon master. You've read both Dungeons and Dragons 4th Edition Dungeon Master’s guides. You’ve run a few games. You pick up ideas here and there on the net. Or maybe you're an old grizzled vet whose run games for 20 years.
Maybe your game is feeling a little stale. Maybe your encounters didn’t run exactly as you wanted them too. Maybe you feel like you're stuck... [click here for more]
You've been running 4th Edition D&D games for a while now. Your group battled through the heroic tier and defeated the kingdom-wide threats in the paragon tier. They've acquired vast wealth and the magical powers of the immortals. Their eyes gleam as they stare into the depths of the very Abyss itself. Now what the hell are you going to do?
Running epic tier D&D games is no easy task. Your... [click here for more]
Sly Flourish's Fantastic Adventures is a book of ten short adventures for the fifth edition of the world's most popular roleplaying game.
Each adventure is written for 2nd to 5th level and is designed so GMs can drop them into any fantasy campaign world. Whether you run a homebrew setting or a published game world, these adventures will fit in as either main adventure hooks or side quests to be undertaken... [click here for more]
The Lazy DM’s Workbook contains a wide range of tools, maps, and reference sheets to help you run your fifth edition fantasy roleplaying game—and is designed to be useful right at the table. This book contains numerous fifth edition rules references, guides, and random generators to help fire up your imagination as you prepare and run your games.
The workbook also contains ten... [click here for more]
You love Dungeons and Dragons. As an experienced dungeon master you've run dozens, if not hundreds of games. You put a lot of work into making your games great. What if there's another way to look at how you prepare your game? What if it turned out you could spend less time, less energy, and have a better game as a result?
It's time to unleash the Lazy Dungeon Master.
Written in the style of Sly... [click here for more]