Howdy all and welcome to the inaugural post for the Dungeon Musings blog!

My name is Kevin, but for the purpose of this blog, you can call me the Dungeon Muser. I am a Dungeon Master/Game Master and player with over 30 years of tabletop roleplaying experience, most of which was spent behind a DM’s screen. I will be using this blog as a venue for sharing my thoughts on, and designs for, tabletop roleplaying games.

For those who are visiting Dungeon Musings for the first time, this blog will be a repository for articles relating to tabletop roleplaying games, reviews of gaming products, and a wide range of original material for use in tabletop roleplaying games, including but not limited to, Dungeons & Dragons, the Pathfinder RPG, the Iron Kingdoms RPG, the Legend of the Five Rings RPG, the Shadowrun RPG, the DC Adventures RPG, the Star Wars Saga Edition RPG, and the 13th Age RPG.

This blog will be not be restricted to any one game or topic and will, instead, follow wherever my fancy takes me.

For the last few months, the newly released 5th Edition of Dungeons & Dragons (“5E”) has been monopolizing my attention, so I expect that the first round of articles here will focus on 5E-related material.

I am currently running the Tyranny of Dragons series of adventures published by Wizards of the Coast using the 5E rules, and expect to have a blog entry up soon where I will discuss my gaming group’s progress. I am also in the course of preparing material to convert Paizo’s Iron Gods Adventure Path into 5E (I likes me some ray guns in my fantasy RPGs), and I will be posting several articles with some of those conversions at the same time this post goes “live.”

I expect that I will be posting new material a couple of times a week, but the frequency of posting will largely depend on how much material I have to share.

That said, I can guarantee that there will always be new material available for reading on Friday mornings, come hell or high water (incidentally, high water deals 2d10 bludgeoning damage, with a DC 10 Dexterity saving throw for half damage).

Finally, if you have any questions or concerns regarding any of topics I discuss on this blog, or if you have suggestions for future entries, please feel free to contact me at dungeonmusings@gmail.com and/or on Twitter at @dungeonmusings.

So, that’s who I am, what I have planned for the Dungeon Musings blog, and how you can contact me! I look forward to taking this journey into tabletop gaming and I hope you’ll join me!

And now…it’s time to get to the gaming.

Until next time, I remain;



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