Happy New Year and Last Call for Homebrew Creations!

I’m on vacation so this is a bit of a shorter update. Homebrew content is the theme of this month’s RPG Blog Carnival being hosted right here on this very blog. You’ve got one day left to get your submissions in. The exact theme is “Homebrew Holiday Gifts.” I’m asking bloggers everywhere to share their RPG creations for their favorite systems with me. At the end of the month I’ll make a list linking all participating blog posts so everyone can checkout the fine homebrew creations in one place. So get those entries in, friends! I can’t wait to see what you make.

If you missed it, there’s a new fifth edition adventure for level 20 PCs called Happy Holidays on the Free Game Resources section of the site. Santa‘s gone crazy and it’s up to the PCs to figure out why and put an end to his gifting of exploding coal. The adventure is complete with easy-to-print maps that can be brought into any virtual table. Check out the adventure for level 20 PCs.

Thank You for a Great Year!

I wanted to give a quick thank you to the folks who are following this site. World Builder Blog had an amazing second year. We more than tripled the amount of views on the site. Thanks for spreading the word. Here’s what I accomplished this year in the world of gaming with the help of many other awesome people.

  • 190 posts on World Builder Blog
  • 77 podcasts recorded for The Tome Show (including interviews with Ed Greenwood, Jeremy Crawford, Greg Tito, Susan J. Morris, R.A. Salvatore, Charlie Sander, Jon Gabrus, Erin M. Evans, Rob Schwalb, Rich Baker, Kenneth Hite, and so many other awesome people!)
  • 98 PDFs added to the Free Game Resources section of this site (including three adventures)
  • 3 articles published in EN5ider magazine (more to come in 2016)
  • 2 weekly Exploration Age games going strong
  • 1 successful monster submission to Kobold PressTome of Beasts

You are all amazing. Here’s to an awesome 2016!

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