September: Issue #1
It’s time to take to the skies with Rolled & Told! Authors E.L. Thomas and Tristan J. Tarwater have crafted swashbuckling, electrifying, and gravity-defying adventures for your roleplaying group to play. When a gaggle of goblins commandeer a gnomish airship, it’s up to the players to work with those gnomes to board the ship and take back what’s theirs!
October: Issue #2
Bones of Contention
We’re celebrating Halloween in Rolled & Told! Writers E.L. Thomas and Anne Toole go grim and give you all the shambling, undead horror you and your group of wild and ready roleplayers can handle! In our full adventure, a strange malady grips a small farming village; the last thing they need is a horde of undead rising from all around them.
November: Issue #3
School of Hard Knocks
Going back to school can be hectic! When a school for wizards existing in an extra-dimensional space is quickly collapsing and taking a class of apprentices along with it, hectic doesn’t quite cover it! So, bring your favorite group of players and battle against time, warped magic, and whatever nefarious evil is about to make School Out (Forever).
December: Issue #4
Food & Drink
The Big Nosh ogre tribe is throwing a big old BBQ, and the poor townsfolk of Springkernelare the main course! The one thing that stands in the way of the ogres’ grisly plan is that a band of adventurers just happens to be in town. Those same adventurers unfortunately spent last night carousing till dawn and are nowhere near their best. As the dwarf saying goes, ͞There is no better cure for a hangover than battling ogres!”
January: Issue #5
The theme for January’s issue is WINTER! Play two chilling adventures where there are far greater dangers for your party than frostbite. Learn new tricks on using music in your adventures, read all about how not to railroad your campaigns, and more!
February: Issue #6
A heartsick and mournful vampire has taken up residence in a hilly village, and she soothes her loneliness by turning villagers into her thralls! The Valentine’s Day issue of Rolled & Told gives you two adventures to pluck your heartstrings and articles on using romance as a hook for adventuring, imaginative nighttime encounters,and more!
March: Issue #7
Puzzles and Riddles
Our heroes must raid a labyrinth of a long-dead wizard to help a temple of pacifist monks! We’re solving puzzles aplenty in this issue of Rolled & Told! Try not to get befuddled by these mystifying modules before reading up on imaginative nighttime encounters, solo role-playing, and much more!
April: Issue #8
The Dragon, The Witch, and The Dryad
This month, be careful not to get caught in the weeds as our adventurers come to the aid of a woodcutter who’s heard that an evil green wyrmling is haunting his forest. Then try our fey-realm site & setting, learn about homebrew gaming, reimagine classes, and more!
May: Issue #9
In A Tale of Two Gnomes, venture into an inventor’s burrow to save him from his rival and his unsettling and unethical constructs. And if you’re looking for your a shorter and lower stakes adventure, your players can play matchmaker with a series of skill tests to help a Gnome Bachelor find love! This issue also includes a guide on physically crafting sets, items, and other materials to bring your campaign to life, a review of dwarven monster hunter Bartha Buart’s newest book and more!
June: Issue #10
This month, your players accept a quest to retrieve a hidden chest buried within seemingly empty orc caves. What they don’t know is that one little orc has accidentally been left behind! High jinks are afoot in our main adventure, and kayaking through rough waters await you in the mini adventure. Also, learn about using role playing as a means to solve writers block, how to run massive multiplayer campaigns, and more in the Orc issue of Rolled & Told!
July: Issue #11
This month we head to the high seas! Our heroes are hired by a surly old captain to aid in finding a sunken ship’s bounty, but they’ll have to survive a terrible storm, an attack by a giant sea monster, and a confrontation with a cruel hag and her undead minions. Plus, learn to make immersive flavor texts to read to your players, use some of our underwater-themed magic items, and read about the similarities between role playing and seances!