For this month's D&D game, our party of adventurers has returned to the cosmopolitan city of High Gate after a harrowing trip to an interplanar circus, where they were the primary entertainment.
If you love Dungeons and Dragons, you almost certainly want to play as a dungeon.
There's a lot of talk lately about what constitutes a real gamer, what games should count as real games, and so forth — and frankly it's always just exhausted me.
Dungeons and Dragons has your attention -- with Tasha's Cauldron of Everything there's now a subclass in it that allows a player to be a genie, as well as over 20 more subclasses that are now canon.
Welcome, one and all, to the greatest show this side of the planar sphere!
One of the things I talk about in terms of running a Dungeons and Dragons campaign as a DM is how helpful it is to take inspiration from other sources, and those sources don't have to just be fantasy novels and movies, either.
I can't pretend I'm surprised that Chris Metzen's Warchief Gaming announced today that they're making a campaign setting for Dungeons and Dragons' 5e ruleset.
Welcome back friends, to the interplanar circus of horrors and delights that is our current Blizzard Watch D&D campaign!
If there's one thing that every Dungeons and Dragons game needs, it's a Dungeon Master.
The Feywild is the D&D realm of wild, untamed nature and fey spirits, the original home of Elves and other sylvan folk.