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Military Themed D&D Puzzle – Veteran’s Day

Our adventuring party have entered a courtyard dedicated to Military heroes and veterans of the past. They have found the monument that will summon an important figure from military history so that they can acquire the information they have been seeking. However, they will need

Minotaur Puzzle

D&D Puzzles – Painted Minotaur Room

Painted walls and a shadowy figure … how can these insubstantial elements open that all-too-solid door? A locked-room puzzle with multiple solutions! Today’s Puzzle was submitted by Julie, a subscriber on the Wally DM YouTube channel! Below are the written details of the puzzle, but

D&D Puzzle Three 3:33

D&D Puzzle of the Month #49 – Three 3:33

Hey all! I am keeping up with my goal to post a new D&D puzzle every month on the Wally DM YouTube channel. Today, I’m excited to announce that the March 2019 edition has been posted on YouTube and ready for viewing! Today’s puzzle: Our

D&D Puzzles – The Prismatic Owl 2 Electric HootaLoo

Every great puzzle should have a sequel. Three years ago we adventured into the Room of the Prismatic Owl. Now our adventuring party must collect all 5 Owl Statuettes and place them in the correct order on the Dais and lock them in place… If

D&D Halloween Ideas

D&D Halloween Ideas

Are you running a Haunted House adventure for your RPG, D&D or Pathfinder Adventure? Perhaps looking for some ideas to add to your Halloween one-shot? Well, you’re in luck. Here are a few puzzle-type ideas that you can use in your game! D&D Halloween Puzzle

D&D Puzzle Ideas – Eyes of the Beholder

Our heroic adventurers have found themselves trapped in a room with no way to get out. They find a stone statue of a Beholder. It’s center eye is active and dousing the area with an anti-magic ray, but it’s eye stalks are empty and void

Puzzles for D&D – The Chamber of Tymora – Wally DM

Our adventurers are exploring an abandoned, underground casino that has remnants of worship to the goddess Tymora. In order to access a hidden chamber, obtain an item or receive a blessing of good luck, four cards must be drawn from a deck of 52 cards.