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Creating your character in D&D is a process that gives the player a lot of leeway in what they want. But there's always more possible options out there that players want to choose from. For exampl
Brancalonia is a new setting guide for D&D that's up on Kickstarter now. It's a little different from your regular settings as it's made for a Renaissance/Medieval game that's heavily influenced b
Considering how many of us have been stuck at home for over a month at this point, I'm sure some of you out there have tried to see if you have psionic abilities. The remote's just out of your reach a
Creating an entire gaming universe from scratch can be rough. You've gotta create the maps, the cities, lay out said cities, decide who lives wehre, and all that other sort of stuff. Or, you can use a
Having a pre-made adventure is great if you're a GM. You only have to do a little bit of prep and you can go ahead and drop it right into your game. But what if you've already run through all the adve
Sure, playing an Elf, Tiefling, Human, or Dragonborn is pretty cool, but in a fantasy setting, there could and should be so many more races to potentially play as. Well, if you've been wanting a new r
The Twilight Dream is a new fantasy campaign setting for 5th edition that puts players in a strange and mystical version of medieval Europe. There, the British Isles are filled with floating islands a
Being a DM can be rough. You've gotta plan for everything that will happen in the game. That takes up a lot of time and you might not be able to finish it all. Thankfully, there's lots of pre-made adv
Silver Games has been working on more than just Ponyfinder. They've also got Tails of the City, a new RPG Adventure that's up on Kickstarter now. If you're playing Pathfinder 1st or 2nd edition or Dun
Sure, we're just getting into Spring (here in the North, anyway), but that doesn't mean you can't have some spooky and scary in your life. Horror in the Windy City is a turn-of-the-last-century settin
As with any game, especially a complex one, there's going to be questions about how the rules work and different interactions between them. And with a game like Dungeons & Dragons, those interacti
What do you love about D&D adventures? What do you hate? What would you like to see more of? What level makes them the most useful? What sort of tables and charts help out? It's going to be a litt
With Coronavirus impacting every aspect of life, that includes not letting people go to work. As such, it's hard to get new things made. In this case, it's WizKids letting us know what products they'l
Not really sure about the new Explorer's Guide to Wildemount? Maybe you're not all that much a Critical Role person. You'd like to get a little look inside just what you'll get before you plonk down y
So, we're supposed to stay socially isolated during this pandemic. As such, getting together to game might not be really feasible. Thankfully, there's programs like Roll20 that seem custom-made for ju
For those of you out there that watch Critical Role and play Dungeons & Dragons, you'll be really excited for the Explorer's Guide to Wildemount. If you do just one or the other, you'll still poss
The campaign is coming to an end. No, not the Kickstarter (that still has a bit of time), but the campaign that your players started when the gods of Mescalaro and Sapelo Island first called on their
Magic Items. Along with your class, spells, and abilities, they can easily be what defines your character. My bard wouldn't be anywhere near the same if he didn't have his magic guitar. Well, if you'r
Norse mythology is filled with amazing tales of heroes, adventure, and epic gear. Sounds pretty perfect for a Dungeons & Dragons campaign, really. And if you're looking to do just that, look no fu
When you want to fill your day with gaming info, a gaming magazine's a great way to do it. And you're in luck, as a new issue of Dragon+ is now available from Wizards of the Coast. As always, it's fre
Having pre-made monsters at your fingertips is extremely useful for a DM. Maybe your players head a direction you're not expecting and you need to come up with a new encounter. Or, maybe, you just wan
You've headed to Ravnica. Soon, you'll be able to head to another Magic: The Gathering world in your Dungeons & Dragons game. However, this one's all Greek to me, and you, and everyone else. It's
Sometimes, you've got a great setting that you want your group to play. But, it uses a different gaming system and some players can be resistant to learning a whole new set of rules. If you were a Sph
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The folks over at Wizards of the Coast are always looking to add to Dungeons & Dragons. Considering the open-ended nature of many of the rules, it's easy to add on more to it. In this instance, th
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