Category: Products for GMs

Exploring Encounter Theory: How to Craft RPG Adventures

Want to write better adventures? Want to prep more efficiently? Sick of players skipping all of your best content? Prep Smarter, Not Harder, with Encounter Theory Encounter Theory: The Adventure Design Workbook is a fresh way to look at adventure design by Ben Riggs, the voice of the...

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Ultimate Spiral Notebook

I’ve always been a fan of spiral notebooks for GMing notes, particularly spiral notebooks with perforated pages and durable covers. But there’s always one problem with them: When you stick them in a bag of gaming books, the spines have a tendency to get smooshed. Enter the Five Star...

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Like GMing Screens? Go Hardback

Back when I was in high school, four-panel GMing screens — a huge improvement over three-panel screens — seemed to be pretty rare (my first was the one for Call of Cthulhu 5th Edition). Six or seven years ago, the only way to get a hardback screen (one with panels like the covers of a...

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It Came From The Stew Pot

Hey you. Yeah, you. Do you know about Gnomecast 21? Why isn’t it in the archives? What are they hiding? If you value your safety… don’t go searching for Gnomecast 21…

Gnomecast 21 poster with a beared gnome and the words "I survived Gnomecast #21

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What are people saying?

If you like GMing tips, advice, and perspectives you have to hit Gnome Stew. The crew at the Stew doesn’t sleep, I swear. Great articles (by the tonne) plus a great community guarantees you’ll improve your GMing and make new friends in the process.

Johnn Four, RoleplayingTips.com

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