created in 2015
This subreddit is for Game Masters (GM's) of Tabletop RPG's. It's for advice and questions, newbies and wizened old grognards, and anyone (or anything) in between.
We are visited by GM's of many different games. As a guideline we encourage questions that are broad enough to be answered by everyone. System specific (mechanical) questions are allowed also although you may receive better help on the main and/or GM'ing subreddit of said game.
/r/DnDBehindTheScreen is a subreddit for new and experienced Dungeons & Dragons Dungeon Masters to trade tools, guides and resources. A growing archive of hundreds of years of D&D experience. All in one place. Welcome Wanderer!
For the Dungeon World tabletop roleplaying game.
>Dungeon World is set of rules so you can role-play in a world of fantastic adventure. A world of magic, gods and demons, of good and evil, law and chaos. Brave heroes venture into the most dangerous corners of the land in search of gold and glory.
The Savage Worlds subreddit is a place for Articles, Advice, Articulations and Atrocities associated with Savage Worlds: the pinnacle of RPG game systems, published coincidentally by Pinnacle Entertainment group. Come and join us - we (try to) keep it fast, fun and furious. The base system for Deadlands reloaded - Savage Worlds is your best choice for fantasy, western, sci fi, or any other genre of tabletop RPG.
Welcome to /r/DnDHomebrew! Do you like D&D? Do you like using your imagination? We can help you join them in sweet marriage fit for a king.
Use this subreddit to:
Share your D&D Homebrews
Help others with their homebrews
Get help on your homebrew
Discuss concepts for homebrews