What are the best DMs Guild adventures? Monsters? Settings? Don’t fret! I’ve got some amazing Dungeon Master resources right here.
Playing a Dungeons and Dragons board game is a good way to learn the basic concepts of the tabletop game without being overwhelmed.
Getting into the solo RPG hobby offered me a way to enjoy tabletop roleplaying games despite not having a dedicated group to play with.
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.
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?
Christmas can be scary. Krampus. Gremlins. Sandy Claws. That time Ron Weasley had to wear his uncle's outdated robes to the Yule Ball. And...
Oh, no! Something’s wrong in the toy factory! Santa has been bamboozled, and his workshop is overrun with frosty foes, wintry wrongdoers, and North Pole ne’er-do-wells.
I was a kid the first time I was exposed to Dungeons & Dragons. Although, it might not be in the way you're thinking. It's certainly...
Is “The Lost Mine of Phandelver” the best D&D for beginners? It’s a cohesive, fun, and well-written introduction to Fifth Edition. So yes.
Where Xanathar’s Guide to Everything felt like a necessary companion to the Player’s Handbook, Tasha’s Cauldron of Everything feels like a necessary expansion to the game itself.