This blog requires lots of creative thinking and knowledge of DnD which i do not have a a lot of considering the wealth of knowledge that some of the veteran followers of this blog have. Thank you all of the submissions so far, and I look forward to reading more of them
A little inspiration from my favorite communist unicorn, the traveling wizard is offering prizes to who ever can best him in any manner relating to magic, you have two options really: make the wizard OP so that his skills exceed the PC’s significantly so that the only way to beat him is though very good rolls of the dice OR, make the wizard very weak but exploit loopholes to make him win all the time, if you choose this method have the PC’s try to expose him as a fraud.
Doppler gangers, changelings, or a clever wizard deceiving your PC’s into thinking they have a new friend or ally just to shove some cold steel in their back is a fun tactic especially for small groups where an extra man/woman, can turn the tide of battle, or make a seemingly easy encounter take a turn for the worse.
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submitted by hedgehogula
Infiltration is one of my favorite kinds of missions, whether it is a calm dinner party or a well planned heist, they are always fun. Depending on how into RPing your PC’s are you might want to stick with the stealth missions that don’t involve smooth talking or maybe just having the playboy/girl of the group handle the talking.
submitted by: balatr0
Water can be tricky, i recommend it only to more seasoned DMs making your own rules for how long the PC’s can be under water and and what skills or abilities are impaired by it.
Submitted by balatr0
Gamesecption as I like to call it can be very fun, and the prizes can be very useful especially to lower level adventurers who aren’t good or use to combat yet. But don’t feel like you have to limit it to carnival games, using a ouija board to communicate with a ghost instead of just talking to it is one of my personal favorites. Adding games within the game can add a lot of flavor whether it is casual or very serious