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>#### The Subreddit Culture
We are an archive of resources and advice for new and experienced Dungeon Masters. It is the sole function of this community to catalogue tools, resources, guides, and ready-to-play options for any edition of Dungeons & Dragons. We are a moderated, curated board of "intermediate" (and beyond) DM content. We are not here to teach you how to play D&D. Go to /r/DMAcademy for general questions and story help.
We are a curated subreddit. This means every post must be approved by a mod.
- We are not a general Q&A subreddit, we are an archive. Please read our rules and search before you post!
>#### The Subreddit Rules
- Respect your fellow DMs. Assholes are banned for life. Debate, don't fight.
- Do not shitpost here. Art, terrain, multimedia, props, polls, drama, and recaps are similarly not welcome.
- Commenting is encouraged by the community, and downvoting is discouraged.
- All submissions must be original content (OC).
- We are an archive - please search before you post!
- You may include a link to a blog or a Patreon if your post is substantial, and not an ad.
- You may post DM's Guild products if they are PWYW and as much detail as possible is included in the post.
- We welcome all new citizens to contribute to any ongoing projects and to check our Wiki for tons of resources.
- All posts will be approved or removed at the discretion of the moderation team at any time.
>#### The Subreddit Submissions
What We Want
- Thoughtful posts about worldbuilding, lore, philosophies, ecologies, or anything related to these aspects of the game.
- Flavorful lists of NPCs, Items, Plot Hooks, or Whatever. See also /r/BehindTheTables for tons more!
- Ready-to-run adventures, dungeons, encounters or anything related to these aspects of the game.
- Digital or paper tools that help track, simulate, or generate aspects of the game. These must be free and OC!
- Homebrew mechanics that have been proven to work in your games. They must be part of the meta of DMing and revolve around worldbuilding or running the game. PC-centric mechanics like powers, abilities and the like are not wanted.
What We Don't Want
- Questions about your campaign storylines. Use /r/DMAcademy instead.
- Your homebrew creatures, items, spells, or anything PC-related. Use /r/UnearthedArcana instead.
- Questions about the process of learning to DM. Use /r/DMAcademy instead.
- Blank maps. Use /r/DndMaps instead
- Player-centric content. Use /r/DndWrittenSheets instead.