Dungeons & Dragons Old Spice “Gentleman Class”

Okay, this is really bizarre.. Old Spice (as in the deodorant company) has made a new class for Dungeons and Dragons called “Gentleman Class”.. Now, this is all unofficial because, well, Old Spice is Read more »

D&D Mordenkainen’s Tome of Foes

One of the most powerful wizards in the Dungeons & Dragons® multiverse shares some of his hard-won knowledge with fans in a new book full of lore and monsters for D&D fifth edition. Mordenkainen’s Tome of Foes is available everywhere on May 29, but you can pick up a limited alternative cover (pictured below) in game stores on May 18, 2018.

Mordenkainen hails from the City of Greyhawk, but over the eons he has expanded his mastery of the major conflicts in the multiverse. Similar to 2016’s Volo’s Guide to Monsters, Mordenkainen’s Tome of Foes not only contains everything you need to run challenging new monsters at the table with your friends but also provides tons of storytelling information on some of the most contentious relationships in the multiverse. You’ll learn more about the schism between drow and other elves, githyanki and githzerai, and dwarves and duergar, in addition to reading about the incessant Blood War between demons and devils.

Players will love to delve into Mordenkainen’s Tome of Foes to search for story hooks to use with their characters, as well as try out some of the player options for races like tieflings and elves, or maybe an otherworldly githyanki or githzerai. Dungeon Masters looking for inspiration and greater challenges for players who have reached higher levels of play will find much to explore in Tome of Foes.

Look for Mordenkainen’s Tome of Foes in your local game store on May 18! Otherwise, you can pick it up on May 29, and start adding new monsters and lore nuggets to your D&D sessions. The Dungeons & Dragons team will be talking about Mordenkainen’s Tome of Foes on twitch.tv/dnd in the coming months. Look for Mike Mearls and Jeremy Crawford to offer more insight on what’s in the book on Dragon Talk at 2pm PT on Monday, Feb 5th and for follow-up interviews with the team on the D&D Beyond YouTube channel https://www.youtube.com/c/dndbeyond.


Meme Monday – Failed Roll

Turn YOUR Maps into banners!

In conjunction with CheetahSigns.com (my sign shop) I am offering up full color banner versions of YOUR D&D maps for as low as $6.00 a square foot.

It doesn’t matter if you want to have your over-world printed.. or you most complex dungeon.

I can print pretty much any size, the maze in the above photo is 4’x4′.

There are a few requirements:

1) If possible, the artwork must be a minimum of 300 dpi (this helps with finer detail in the print itself, as well as when resizing needs to be done).  That said, I can’t exactly take a 5″ x 5″ map and enlarge it to 5′ x 5′ regardless of the dpi (unless it’s a vector map).

2) You MUST be the copyright owner / creator of said map.  In other words, I WILL NOT take a map of Forgotten Realms and print that.  That violates copyright laws. I won’t do it.

3) While I can generally turn a map out in less than a day, it may take a little longer than that for us to exchange information.  I’ll need the art file (vector work perfectly, .jpg, .ai, .cdr, etc.) and will need to adjust it to work with my printer.  Before I send it, I will send you an art proof to sign off on, and from there I will send you a way to pay.

I am happy to provide a quote to anyone looking to have their map (or anything else for that matter) converted to a banner sized print.

This is printed on 13oz durable vinyl and will be hemmed / welded on all 4 sides and depending on overall banner size it will also have grommet holes so you can hang it.

Pricing starts at $6.00 per square foot; so a 4′ x 4′ banner like the maze dungeon pictured above would be $96.00 plus shipping (shipping will depend on where your map needs to be shipped to as well as the overall size of the banner).

I say that the pricing starts at $6.00 a square foot only because I can print on other materials as well.

Remember those super cool cloth Ultima maps from Origin back in the late 1980’s?  Yep, I can print cloth maps too!  Those are a bit more difficult to do and are $19.00 a square foot (plus shipping).

If you have any questions feel free to drop me a note ( manager@gamemasters.com is my email) or leave a comment below!


I remember back when Dungeons & Dragons came out with the Forgotten Realms gray boxed set.. I also remember submitting an original adventure to the publisher based on an area in the Forgotten Realms.

I was about 14 at the time and was rejected (this was back when TSR ran D&D).  My adventure was rejected that is.  Well, as a kid I was rejected too but that’s for a different post at a different time.

They cited that I was too young to enter into a contract and they had to reject the adventure based on that.  That was kind of them, but I’m sure there were other reasons (like maybe it wasn’t that good of an adventure, but they didn’t want to flat out state that)..

Anywho… Read more »

GameMasters.com D&D Spell Critical Fumble Chart


There are two schools of thought when it comes to charts. Some dungeon masters love em, others hate em. I’ve always been fond of tables such as Critical Hit and Critical Fumble. What I did not like was the lack of detail. That is, I hated that you were to use a 1d20 to roll the actual result on a table. I am fond of my zocchihedron (d100) and I don’t get to use it often enough. Read more »

Quick Characters for D&D

We’ve all been there..

You’re about to run a session of Dungeons and Dragons, you have your snacks and drinks all set out.  The chairs are all wiped down.  Ambient music is playing in the background.  Your players have all arrived and you have all just sat down to play..

Only.. You forgot that tonight was the night of the 4 hour taven brawl and you forgot to roll up NPCs! Read more »

Spell Sunday – Blackmantle

Today’s Spell Sunday comes from the Advanced Dungeons & Dragons game accessory, 2115 The Complete Wizard’s Handbook from TSR (bonus points if you remember what that stands for!) and we are talking about the spell, Blackmantle.  It can be found on pages 104 & 105 for those wanting Read more »

GameMasters D&D 5E Luck Bonus House Rule

Sometimes we all need a little bit of luck because sometimes our dice hate us.  Listed here is one of my house rules that I call Luck Bonus.  Feel free to use it or modify it as you wish. Read more »

Meme Monday – December 11th, 2017

Sometimes our dice hate us.. they really hate us…

Spell Sunday – Dark Wings

Today’s Spell Sunday comes from the Advanced Dungeons & Dragons game accessory, 9326 The Drow of the Underdark by Ed Greenwood (set in the Forgotten Realms). Read more »

Xanathar’s Guide to Everything 5th Edition Dungeons and Dragons

First off, this isn’t a guide to literally everything.  It’s also not authored by the original Xanathar, but more on that in a bit.


I will get this out of the way right up front, however, Xanathar’s Guide to Everything is a must have if you are looking for more player subclasses that are found in the Player’s Handbook.

XGtE is out November 21st, 2017 and you may very well find some familiar content (spells and subclasses specifically) that have been published in other various D&D books and online, except.. Read more »

Oblivion’s Edge on Steam?

Through Steam’s Greenlight system (that’s where the community of Steam players can help pick games that Steam will release and also provide feedback directly to the developer), MMO Ventures presents Read more »

Incantris from RAINN Studios – Our Rundown

RAINN Studios is running a KickStarter campaign for a new board game called Incantris and we want to give you all the information we can to help you know all there is to this wickedly Read more »

Warcraft Gold & Levelling Guide

With this guide I was able to earn just over 100K gold in just under 1 week, playing for about 2 hours a day on one of my characters (Warrior, he started off with just Read more »

GameMasters and the Stupid Adventure

Sometimes we feel the need to get out and see what’s new.  Sometimes we feel the need to go on a grand adventure and see the sights and plunder hidden treasures. Read more »

Warcraft Facebook Stream Test

Blizzard launched it’s new streaming service today via it’s Launcher program.  It’s currently in Beta so you can bet that things will change and get tweaked as it Read more »

Assassin’s Creed : Leap of Faith Jump

Could you jump from 125′ without wires and land without injury?

In the new movie, due out this December, Assassin’s Creed Leap of Faith Read more »

Nuka World Fallout 4 Map

Starting NOW players can head over to their local GameStop and pick up a physical real-world Nuka-World theme park map for the game Fallout 4! Read more »

Warcraft how to spawn the Dread Infiltrator

Keep in mind that this is only going to work during the Invasion leading up to the release of the newest expansion for Warcraft, Legion.  Once Legion Read more »

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