The Blizzard Watch crew usually gets together once a month to play a D&D game that I can only describe as wacky and wonderful.
Here's a little secret -- I don't do a lot of formal planning for running my D&D games.
There are a lot of excellent Dungeons & Dragons setting books out there that will give you all the details you need to run a game in their setting, and those settings (also known as campaign settings, world settings, campaign worlds and/or simply campaigns) are often excellent.
Sooner or later, someone always suggests this one.
I don't feel like I need to convince you to buy the D&D's Explorer's Guide to Wildemount -- if you're playing D&D, then you probably already know about Critical Role and Matt Mercer's campaign setting for that long-running, streamed D&D series.
There were several plot twists in this weekend’s Blizzard Watch D&D stream, and I’m not going to tell you what they were
This weekend we played D&D, and things got kind of crazy.
Most people are familiar with the general idea of the badges you earn in Girl Scouts -- learn about a topic, tick a couple boxes worth of requirements, and you've got yourself a cute triangular patch to iron onto your vest or sash.
Tomorrow, Saturday, March 14 we’ll be hosting our recurring D&D Spectacular starting at 2:30 PM CDT on our Twitch channel.
If you don't know the Baldur's Gate series, you may be wondering why Baldur's Gate 3 has generated so much buzz online.
If you've been a reader here for a while, you may remember my post about Odyssey of the Dragonlords, a really very good setting by two ex-Bioware developers with convincing track records.