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Ahoy! While we’re currently sailing through the Pirates’month here, we thought many of you would be interested in useful resources for D&D playing on this specific theme.
That’s why we took the time to dig in RPG channels and blogs to gather these informations here for you. We hope they’ll be useful for your future games and campaigns!
Dungeon Masters, take notes!
Acquiring a ship, how to run it, what crew is required to run a ship and what actions a ship can take in combat: a very informative video from Christian at RPG MD:
Another video from Mr.Tarrasque for a simple but deep ruleset when it comes to naval combat. Interesting according to a review from Robin C. in the way that it allows everyone to take some kind of crew action that benefits the ship overall while still giving the players options to make individually impactful character actions too: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZJnuq3NpIyk
A more informative and analytical yet very useful video, “How To Be A Great GM” Channel posted one about nautical settings. Taking a look at campaigns, what to expect, what has been established, and sources that can be used to make an epic nautical setting:
If you want to go further in details for D&D 5e, looking at rules and specifications for Pirate weapons, items, armors, firearms and more, check out this post from Online Tabletop, that can be use as a guide:
If you need inspiration for a good story line to start your adventure, here’s a fun and useful post from Online Tabletop.Featuring not less than 50 ideas and story hooks on the sea adventure theme, that are suitable for games such as Dungeons and Dragons, Pathfinder, and Savage Worlds:
How will you create and play these pirates characters in your campaigns? You’ll need to be creative to find their perfect profile! Here are a few links that could inspire you.
We found one page on the D&D Wiki sites that could particularly fit our Cannoneer, Mad Wren, or even other characters. Is your canonner employed by an army or private contractor, or he/she’s just a random person lugging around a cannon? Why is he/she willing to undertake such a dangerous position? Read more:
Then DawnForgedCast Channel made a video about creating a Pirate Paladin. It could sound a bit antinominic, but it could actually be a great match with some of our Pirates of the White Sea characters:
That’s it for now! We hope this post will help you to sail through sea adventures using our fantastic Pirates of the White Sea!
And what about you? What are your favorite resources for Sea Adventures? Would you share additional recommendations?
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