What Is This Blog?

This is the center for all of my pieces of writing that I wish to make public, such as old drafts, articles, and fiction. However, it’s also where I host my weekly updated high fantasy series, “That’s So Wizard“!

Click the first icon above to access all the chapters of that serial, or click here.

If you’d rather not read it on WordPress, click the 3rd (heart) icon above to see links to more than just social media sites. You’ll see Wattpad, JukePop, FictionPress, and Tumblr links where TSW is also hosted.

Enjoy your stay and I hope at least one of my pieces of writing entertains you! Also, never forget that no matter who somebody is or what they do, everybody has a story.

D&D 5e – Sorcerer Subclass WIP

Even with a few additions, I’ve found that the options for making a sorcerer are rather slim in 5th Edition. You only have a few choices for your power’s origins. I’ve also really missed playing a summoner. That being said, the summoner I used to play in Pathfinder was greatly different than this. This one is called Living Gateway.

I started messing around with homebrewing a subclass for sorcerer, not based around a single creature you customise like in Pathfinder, but around summoning a large array of weaker creatures with abilities to compliment that.

Anyway, it’s just a work in progress, but I thought I’d share it anyway. It seems to be decent enough to played right now as long as you don’t pass level 4 and start getting 3rd level spell slots.

Click here to see it!

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Dungeons & Dragons and My Friends

I just need to share how great my friends have been, though specifically, I’m here to post about the classic tabletop game of D&D. I’ve played for about four years now—almost always as the DM (Dungeon Master)—but we only played maybe once a month. It was fun. But one day, I introduced an editable online Google Drive calendar for everyone to edit in their schedules, and things got crazy.

Now we play a few times a month, and sometimes even more. We’ve all been playing together for so long that we all understand what works and what doesn’t, both as a DM and a PC (Player Character). We don’t run into all the horror stories I read online, because we’re all buddies, and we all love Dungeons & Dragons.  If you’ve never played it, try it with your friends! It’s a fun test of imagination, which I think is often unappreciated in a manner of importance.

This is a shout out to all my friends who’ve made writing stories even more possible by allowing me to turn it into a game!