Dungeons & Dragons is a hobby that can be both very cheap and very expensive. All you really need is the basic rules, some dice, some paper, and a pencil. For less than $10, you and your friends can have a great time exploring a fantastical world, slay dragons, and become heroes (or villains) in your own personal story. If you are one of these D&D minimalists, I salute you. For most of us, Dungeons & Dragons is anything but cheap.
It is for this very reason that everything I release on this web site is 100% free. My adventures, battle maps, cartography projects, guides, and anything else I create for this web site is now and shall always remain completely free of charge. There is no paywall and no premium content. I rely entirely on ad revenue and donations to help keep costs down.
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Everything I do is released free of charge under a Creative Common BY-NC-SA 4.0 license. There are no paywalls or premium content. Please consider making a donation to help me recover some of my costs and help keep this site up and running.
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I understand that not everyone can afford to make a donation. I’ve certainly been there myself. Fortunately, you can still help me out. Share my site with your friends, share my work on social media, etc. The more traffic I get the more potential donors and ad viewers I get.
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Thank you for your support,