Having your D&D players navigate a maze literally puts them in the middle of a puzzle. Instead of only encountering puzzles along their way, the setting IS the puzzle. And if you combine the puzzle labyrinth with placing additional puzzles along their path, that is even better.
In this article I will give you my best tips on creating puzzles for your toddlers, (ahum, players) that flow easily. These puzzles will seem challenging to your players, while they are actually not that difficult to solve.
Do you want to scare your D&D players with a Halloween puzzle or horror puzzle that they will never forget? Then stick around. For in this ridiculously detailed guide for crafting terrifying D&D puzzles I’ll share my tricks for giving your players a spine-chilling scare.
If you are looking for a statue puzzle for your D&D game, you’re in luck. There aren’t that many resources for statue puzzles but I have just the thing. For all of you statue lovers, I’ve created a series of statue puzzles that you can use with D&D or any other type of RPG.
Every adventure either seems to start at a tavern or end in one. What you need are some original D&D flavored Tavern Games! So what makes a good tavern game for your D&D world?
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