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If you’re tired of ordinary Faerûn, having arch-lich Vecna raze the countryside in the Doomed Forgotten Realms is a breath of fresh air.
A D&D one shot is a fun adventure that takes only a single session to run. Here are some of the best free 5e modules that money can’t buy.
Playing a Dungeons and Dragons board game is a good way to learn the basic concepts of the tabletop game without being overwhelmed.
If you’re a Dungeons & Dragons fan who likes awesome shirts and mugs, check out Elinzia’s review of Dungeon Glitch merchandise!
Getting into the solo RPG hobby offered me a way to enjoy tabletop roleplaying games despite not having a dedicated group to play with.
Zakhara: Adventures in the Land of Fate is essentially Al-Qadim 5e and in every way rivals any official WotC D&D 5e content out there.
Tabletop RPGs are big games of pretend where everyone tells a story by rolling dice and doing math. But it’s really a lot of fun. I promise.
D&D 4e gets more hate than it deserves. It, more than any other edition proved to me that D&D too me is all about collaborative storytelling and silly moments to remember.
Racism in D&D is a problem, so WotC is coming up with a lot of changes to how D&D races work. We think they’re on the right track, really.
I like to have fun with a good, old-fashioned “homebrew” one-shot campaign. Especially the ones from DMs Guild.
A new D&D sourcebook, Candlekeep Mysteries, was announced to release on March 6. Is this one a Candlekeep or a Candlethrowaway?