What’s Going On Behind My Dungeon Master Screen

Dungeons and Dragons LogoFrom the pictures I took of my Dungeons & Dragons game last week, I got a pretty good shot from behind the Dungeon Master Screen. I thought I would explain a little about what I have going on here.
View From Behind the DM Screen
View From Behind the DM Screen
  1. The Dungeons & Dragons 4.0 Screen
  2. Bottle caps I use to indicate if a player is prone or bloodied for example
  3. Funky looking pencil sharpener
  4. Dice
  5. A Full pencil box.
  6. Monster Tokens from the Dungeons & Dragons Starter Set. Helps represent monster locations on the battlemat
  7. Miniatures used for represent good and bad guys.
  8. Wet erase markers for the battlemat
  9. legal pad used as scratch paper for notes and initiative order.
  10. Gridded notebook containing Maps and notes of a particular adventure.
  11. A box containing index cards. On the cards will be written items in a particular store or even in hidden treasures.

To Be Continued…

Author: Youseph

Cohost of the TransMissions Podcast. Writer, Blogger, Musician.

6 thoughts on “What’s Going On Behind My Dungeon Master Screen”

  1. nice, pretty solid.

    do you have a problem with the height of the DM screen? i stopped using mine because i really only needed on half the size. Standard sizes block my map view i find

    1. Mike,

      Thanks for the comment.

      I also found the DM screen to block my view. I resolved this by sitting on a stool rather then a chair. I now sit up higher then everyone else and it allows me to see over the screen on to the battlemat.

  2. So I now have some lead figurines and some dice! I even have a 30 sided die. Craaaazy. Want some stuff? Let me know!

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