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Solo DnD Competition to Celebrate Halloween and 3k YouTube Subs! [CLOSED]

Halloween is just around the corner! This is my favourite time of year, I absolutely love autumn and I love Halloween! Coinciding with this I am about to reach 3,000 YouTube subscribers! This is a real milestone and I want to mark both these occasions by doing something involving friends of this blog, my podcasts and my YouTube channel. So if you're reading this and you're planning on sticking around then thats you! Solo DnD Competition to Celebrate Halloween and 3k YouTube Subs! I am about to start a new solo campaign called 'Radiant Light' and the first episode will be coming soon to podcatchers and YouTube. You’re formally invited to contribute to the world of this solo campaign and have one of your creations featured on the show. I would like you to design a spooky Halloween themed market stall for my characters to visit, at a place called the 'Dyn Singh Night Market'. Alongside this, the stall should come complete with a write up of a creepy NPC who

Character Roleplaying and Dialogue - A Solo D&D Tutorial

In the previous few episodes on this blog I’ve introduced some solo roleplaying rules to simulate character behaviour in order to avoid meta gaming. I’m going to expand on this further now to give you a little more insight into what goes on behind the scenes in my solo games. Hopefully this will give you some inspiration and help you with playing your own games. I’ve already touched on how I change my perspective from a player to a Dungeon Master and make a roll to determine what action a character will take. I’ve also touched on the simple mechanics I use to determine whether a character will check for traps or listen for noise. In this article I'm going to discuss how I handle character roleplaying in regards to character dialogue. Character Roleplaying and Dialogue - A Solo DnD Tutorial Character roleplaying seems to be a significant barrier for many would be solo role players. I’ve also wrestled with this obstacle and found a solution that works well for me. Here’s how it