Monday, April 27, 2020

5e Paper and Pencil Modules

I have published several paper and pencil modules for 5e D&D on Drive Through RPG and DM's Guild.  Check them out and enjoy!

DriveThrough RPG

Hythum Chapter 1&2:

Hythum Chapter 3&4:    

Hythum Chapter 5:

Hythum Chapters 6&7:


DM’s Guild:

Updated Links to NWN and NWN2 modules

While posting on Facebook, someone mentioned NWN and NWN2.  I looked up and found all my old modules had been transferred to   Here are the new links.  Enjoy.

Neverwinter Nights Modules

Hythum II - The Halls of Kilgirn:

C1 - Hidden Shrine of Tamoachan:

UK5 - Eye of the Serpent:


Neverwinter Nights 2 Modules

B2: Keep on the Borderlands:

C1 - Hidden Shrine of Tamoachan:

Friday, July 4, 2014

D&D Next

Hal from opens the D&D next starter set.

Friday, December 28, 2012

Hythum for 4th Edition D&D

I wanted to share a 4th edition D&D adventure I wrote between 2009 and 2010.   It's called, "Hythum", the name of the world where the story takes place.   It started out as a Neverwinter Nights 1 module, then I tried to convert it to Neverwinter Nights 2.  The project was too large and complicated, with my kids growing I couldn't finish it.  4th edition D&D came out and although I don't really have the time or opportunity to play right now, I wanted to read about it and learn it.  I decided to write it as a 4th edition pen and paper module.  

It's quite large, about 400 pages if I recall correctly.   It should take a group of 4 or 5 brand new 1st level characters to 10th level.   

Hythum can be downloaded from    The module is in PDF and word format.  There is spreadsheet with notes about XP that should be earned per chapter.  I've also uploaded all of the raw maps.  The maps are embedded in the module and aren't needed separately unless someone wants them.  Perhaps to print a large scale copy more easily, or to share them using an online gaming program.

If you check it out, let me know what you think.  

Friday, December 16, 2011

Very funny t-shirt on woot today.

Sunday, October 30, 2011

My son and I read "A Wrinkle In Time" by Madeline L'Engle for his school book report. I read the story when I was a little older than him and recall really enjoying it, although I could not remember much. I enjoyed it all over again. It was a bit advanced for my nine year son but he did well and wound up with an A+ on his book report. Today I stumbled on a TV\direct to video release of "A Wrinkle In Time" by Disney on netflix. It's not great, but considering it was a direct to video style production, it was quite enjoyable and a nice way to finish the experience with the book, particularly for my son.

Saturday, October 29, 2011

Tom Clancy - Dead or Alive

My father in law loaned me 'Dead or Alive' one of Tom Clancy's latest books. I've always been a fan of the Jack Ryan series of Clancy novels, but I stopped reading them after 'Bear and the Dragon', when Clancy switched from Jack Ryan to Jack Ryan Jr. I have to say how pleasantly surprised by 'Dead or Alive' It's well written (which is no surprise for a Clancy novel), exciting and relevant for the current time period, as opposed to his early books like, "The Hunt for Red October". All of the old characters I remember are there, just as vivid as ever. It feels very much as if I am revisiting an old friend. I have about 200 pages to go, and I've borrowed 'Teeth of the Tiger', the first Jack Ryan Jr book which I skipped. In December the Next Jack Ryan book is coming out. I am eagerly looking forward to it.