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May
24

A Concise Guide to Illusions

Illusion spells often become nightmares for Dungeon Masters and players alike. While illusions spells hold out the promise of cool possibilities, they often prove disappointing because of the difficulty in

Apr
21

Mike’s Free Encounter #111: Sand Bones

This is the 111th in an ongoing series aimed at providing the overworked DM with ready-to-run encounters. The PCs encounter Sand Bones, a cursed soul bound to its sand buried

Mar
12

Mike’s Free Maps Collection #21

Description This royalty free map collection contains 25 free color maps including dungeons, woods, swamps and beaches. The maps are divided into versions with grids and those without. The PDF

Mar
09

College of the Serpent’s Tongue

  This sourcebook introduces the College of the Serpent’s Tongue, a bard College dedicated to disinformation, division, and manipulation. While the College is mostly intended for NPCs, it is an

Mar
06

R9: Sebek’s Mine

Sebek’s Mine   This is the ninth adventure in the R series, taking place after R8 Grain Death. It can also be run as a standalone adventure or even scavenged for individual

 

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About Me

I’m Dr. Michael LaBossiere. I’m a runner/gamer from Maine who went to school in Ohio and ended up as a philosophy professor in Florida.  

Philosophy

I received my Ph.D from The Ohio State University in 1993. I am currently a philosophy professor at  Florida A&M University. My areas of interest are metaphysics, ethics, and epistemology. My current reaserch focus is on technology and ethics, especially issues involving AI. I am a member of the newly created Cyber Policy Institute at Florida A&M University

My Philosophy Books on Amazon

D&D

My gaming days began with the 1979 Dungeons & Dragons basic set and I am currently playing 5e. I skipped 4e in favor of Pathfinder. I write adventures, sourcebooks and free encounters for the game. I’m also a cartographer, creating my own maps and making them available in free map collections. 

My works on Dungeon Master’s Guild

Call of Cthulu

I started playing Call of Cthulhu in 1981 and had the honor of contributing to Strange Aeons. I also wrote several Miskatonic University monographs for Chaosium, which are sadly no longer available. I am slowly updating over fifty adventures, monographs and sourcebooks from 6e to 7e. 

My Call of Cthulhu works on DriveThruRPG

 

 

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