New Website!

Posted in Uncategorized on April 21, 2011 by Jeremy Southard

Hey everyone,

If you’re still coming here to the old WordPress site, you can see I haven’t updated it in a loooooong time. That is because I started my own site a while back and moved over all these old posts. Check it out at!


My apologies

Posted in Uncategorized on June 20, 2009 by Jeremy Southard

Sorry there hasn’t been an update in a while. Things have been busy but I’m working on the rest of session one and session two.

Stay tuned!

Episode 1 – Thunderheart Inc.

Posted in Adventures with tags , , , , on May 13, 2009 by Jeremy Southard

Episode 1 – Thunderheart Inc.

“In the beginning there was nothing, which exploded.”
 – Terry Pratchett

     Gehn entered the tavern and was overcome by the smell. The smells of ale, urine, and uncleanliness hit his nostrils like a stench from a goblin arse. His entrance failed to bring any notice, as the bar was full of all types. The Rotten Apple was a hideout for all those that wanted to stay away from the sickening beauty and magic of Silverymoon, and have a quiet pint. The owner had even gotten the brawls down to only one or three a week.
     Pushing his way to the bar, Gehn the dragonborn paladin, waved down the barkeep. The old man put down the mug he was wiping and asked, “What can I do for you?”
     “Help,” said Gehn, “I need a few strong arms to find a friend’s brother.” Gehn’s stature and weapons told the barkeep all he needed to know. Continue reading

D&D – New Campaign, First Session

Posted in Uncategorized with tags , , on May 12, 2009 by Jeremy Southard

g07_d20I’ve had a few emails asking how the game went on Thursday…never fear, an update of belletristic literature is in the works and almost complete! Stay tuned!!!

I have lost all faith…in FedexKinko’s

Posted in Uncategorized with tags , , , on May 5, 2009 by Jeremy Southard

Well, this past week I had all the new players using the D&D Insider character creator program to help them build their character, select weapons/armor and have the character sheets properly formatted. I then took all their character sheets (including power cards) in PDF format to the FedexKinko’s website for printing. I setup 2 print jobs, “Print Job 1” with 4 PDFs with just the character sheets to be printed on plain paper in black and white, and “Print Job 2” with 4 PDFs of the power cards to be printed in color on the heaviest cardstock available.


Easy breezy, right? …wrong Continue reading

Is Dungeons & Dragons Evil? – Part 2: Character Alignment

Posted in here...let me explain with tags , , , , , , , , , , , , , on May 3, 2009 by Jeremy Southard

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Character Alignment

What is character alignment? According to the D&D Player’s Handbook, character alignment is:

“…your character’s dedication to a set of moral principles… …in a cosmic sense, it’s the team you believe in and fight for most strongly.” Continue reading

Is Dungeons & Dragons Evil? – Part 1: Introduction

Posted in here...let me explain with tags , , , , , , , , , , , , , on May 2, 2009 by Jeremy Southard

Upon announcing that I’d be hosting a Dungeons & Dragons party, I was immediately looked down upon and told “Dungeons & Dragons is evil and leads to witchcraft and Satanic worship! Why would you do this?!?”. I was shocked by this response and more so as it was presented by educated, well spoken, and generally open-minded people.

Dungeons & Dragons draws it’s roots from Continue reading