Fantasy Art and Artificial Intelligence (AI)

This topic may be a bit different than what I usually deal with, but it still falls within my area of interest. I always liked art. Back in the days mainly pencil art, then pen and pencil art, and then later colorful paintings as well. Only in the past few years did this list also […]

Old things: Mapper & Caller

Before I start, I wanted to say thanks to a couple of people and blogs that I’ve read to collect this, quite likely redundant, information. Thanks to the wonderful people at TSR for the game and for putting a lot of the things I was searching for on paper. I have literally used their Q&As, […]

G. HAWKINS: GUNDERHOLFEN

This is a Hungarian language post. Ez egy magyar nyelvű bejegyzés. ÁLLJUNK MEG EGY SZÓRA! Az alábbiakban a GUNDERHOLFEN mega-dungeon kötetről fogok beszélni, akadhatnak benne olyan részek, amiket játékosként talán nem kellene tudnod… bár nem sok és nem dönti romba szerintem teljesen talán az élményt. Ahhoz túlságosan is nagy és komplex ez kampány, de szólni […]

Yet another free map

I am here to share ‘yet another free map’ with anyone who is interested. This has 3 versions. Version 1 is the Player Map with as little information as possible in case you need it. It could also be used to fill this dungeon up with your own ideas. Consider it a clean slate. Version […]

Photoshop Remaster

In the past couple of months, I took my time to correct and clean up some of my earlier pen & paper drawings through the use of Photoshop. I think they turned out to be quite good in the end. It was worth spending some time with them. You can take a look at the […]

Lands of Legends – Review

I’ve just placed an order for the Land of Legend (by Axian Spice) series on DTRPG. These are five, thin booklets, that promise to help you spice up your campaigns, settings, sandboxes with interesting areas and encounters. The series consists of: Lands of Legends – Fairy Lands of Legends – Grim Lands of Legends – […]

Isometric Maps

Ever wondered how you can create isometric maps for your dungeons? Well, the easiest answer is an isometric grid. You can actually purchase this at shops, but I am happy to share a half-inch a quarter-inch version of this with you if interested. One is portrait and other one is landscape. Thing is you might […]

Photoshop Attempts…

I will store my PhotoShop attempts here. Hopefully this list (this repository) will continue to grow. Let these below be the first items. Please check the Copyright section of this page and the other articles/posts as well. I have created other drawings over the years, but mostly on paper. I am quite new to digital […]

D&D Basic: The Hollow World

D&D Basic has been a fascination of mine ever since I found out that it existed. To understand this situation, you need to know that not much of D&D was around in my country before the 90s. There were, of course, heroes in our community who knew about the game, but I think role-playing games […]

Free Maps?

Copyright Disclaimer at the General Copyright Post. I was wondering if A) would you need these 2 maps; B) is this a good design for simple maps? I can easily remove the name I gave them – I might create a version without those. These are not the usual, very basic dungeons – this might […]

General Copyright Post

All the artistic content (maps, drawings) created by the author (Jozsef Tothi, digitaletrigan.com / @Digitaletrigan) is released under a Royalty Free Licence. The author grants the Licensee a limited, worldwide, non-transferable, non-assignable, non-exclusive license to use the content for the permitted uses described below. The content can be used unlimited times for non-commercial use but […]

My collection…

Please note the General Copyright Post The below pictures are the things I collected that are dear to me and provide me with inspiration. This does not include a lot of the other books I have like a lot of Dragonlance novels in multiple languages; The Lord of the Rings and the Silmarilion in different […]

Waterdeep: Dragon Heist – FINISHED

I recently finished DMing the Waterdeep: Dragon Heist campaign and wanted to share a few thoughts about it. I had five players, and the adventure lasted for 16 sessions, which is not too many, but it is more than I had originally anticipated. The sessions were about 4 hours long each. I let the characters […]

3d6, 4d6 and Standard Array

Disclaimer: Before we go any further, I must state that despite looking at this topic, the wording, and the overall theme, my aim is not to get all DMs, GMs, referees, judges, and players to attain the highest possible ability scores for the characters. I am not going to side with low or high scores or […]