An all new, fully customizable Knight Class for D&D 5e, Orders of Knighthood and unique mechanics. Check out Dark Peaks newest sourcebook, Brightlance’s Tome of Knighthood! […]

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Review: Brightlance’s Tome of Knighthood

Wow, the past few months have been an absolute blur! While we may not have posted many articles, we’ve been going absolutely crazy with our new Generators! In the past month, we’ve released a handful of new D&D Name Generators, including Dragonborn, Drow, Kobold, Minotaur, and Half-Elf, bringing our total D&D Names up to 14. […]

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September Updates & Announcements

What is this? We painstakingly downloaded every episode of Techlinked to train AI to write a script for us. This ridiculous mess was the beautiful result. Move over Reily, you’ve got competition! A few months ago, I downloaded the Closed Caption script for every tech linked (that I could at the time), and trained GPT-2 […]

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AI Wrote an episode of Tech Linked, and it’s Hilarious!

Overview Locus is a new Mystery-Horror tabletop RPG created by Cobble Path Games, and boy does it deliver! Locus is divided into two separate sourcebooks: The Player Guide and The Director’s Guide. Between the two books, there are critical differences that provide the perfect amount of information to each audience. This is the Roll4 Review […]

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Roll4 Review: Locus RPG

Day 9 of the RPG a Day challenge: Light. To be honest, this one is going to be less about tabletop RPG’s and more about tabletop games in general, specifically, the environment. Really, it comes down to just one thing. Make sure you have enough light that everyone can comfortably read. That’s it. I can’t […]

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#RPGaDAY2020 : 9 – Light

OK, it’s confession time. In our homebrew setting of Mitica, we love shades. The creature that is. In fact, last year we wrote a Creature Profile on them, in a now defunct series (although I’m willing to revive it if anyone’s interested). But this creature has grown and morphed in ways that not even I […]

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#RPGaDAY2020 : 8 – Shade

The theme of day 7 of the RPG a Day challenge 2020 is Couple, and man did we have something great to say about it. The only problem, we’ve already said it in our RPG Duet article. Since writing that article, we haven’t been able to play again (although it’s happening this weekend!) Instead let’s […]

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#RPGaDAY2020 : 7 – Couple

Start your campfires, pitch your tent, and watch for bandits. Day 6 of the RPG a Day challenge is Forests! Today we’re just going to create a d10 random roll table of ways to travel through a forest. That’s right, trying something new! If you like these sorts of things, let us know in the […]

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#RPGaDAY2020 : 6 – Forest

Well, we dropped the ball. That didn’t take long. Better late than never though in our 5th article for the RPG a Day Challenge 2020: Tribute. This is going to be a pretty stream of consciousness article, a bit different from the usual. Now, I’m not sure what you think of when you hear the […]

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#RPGaDAY2020 : 5 – Tribute

Ah, yes, Day four of the RPG a Day challenge. Today’s topic? The vision for your campaign. Let’s face it, everyone has some vision or idea for where the campaign they are playing in will be headed. The Game Master may have some grand scope planned for where the final battle will take place for […]

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#RPGaDAY2020 : 4 – Vision