I recently had an interesting experience that led me to a discovery I'm pretty happy with.
I run games a lot more than I get to play them, so when I do get to play, I tend to RP as hard as I can.
There have been quite a few Unearthed Arcana subclasses for D&D 5e.
If you're interested in getting started playing Dungeons and Dragons (or indeed, any pen and paper roleplaying game) it can seem somewhat daunting, especially if you've never done it before.
This weekend, our regular D&D group is doing something a little different.
Shadowrun is a great alternative to Dungeons and Dragons, just in case you can’t get enough of our current cyberpunk dystopia
Shadowrun has been one of my favorite settings for as long as I can remember, and one I think doesn’t get nearly enough love and attention.
It's that time again: D&D has released new Unearthed Arcana. The latest UA playtest content, we have two new subclasses with the the Undead patron for Warlocks and the College of Spirits for the Bard.
In the past year, Wizards of the Coast released Mythic Odysseys of Theros, one of my favorite current supplements for the 5th Edition of Dungeons and Dragons, inspired by Greek Mythology, and pretty close to that, Arcanum Worlds released Odyssey of the Dragonlords, which is also inspired by Greek Mythology.
On the surface, learning how to play Pathfinder 2nd Edition might just be the easiest thing for people who play tabletop RPGs, especially Dungeons and Dragons 5th Edition.
Pathfinder 2nd Edition is the flagship line for Paizo, one of the larger RPG companies that isn't Wizards of the Coast.