If you've been playing Dungeons and Dragons for any length of time, you've probably heard of the Drow.
I don't necessarily mean which class would a character be if they were in Dungeons and Dragons.
Mythic Odysseys of Theros is now available digitally on D&D Beyond, ahead of its July physical release, and that means we get to take a look at a campaign setting rooted in concepts borrowed not from the standard Tolkien-inspired generic medieval world, but instead from a more mythical, classical idea.
Nowadays, it's hard to find a game that doesn't demand your attention after the credits roll, and while Evan's Remains does technically do that, it's only for a few moments to provide a bit of a bonus for some of the game's Kickstarter supporters.
Let's set the stage.
Dungeons and Dragons is more popular now than it has been in years, if not more popular than it has ever been.
Centaur, Satyr, Minotaur and more! The new races and subclasses in Mythic Odysseys of Theros, the latest D&D sourcebook
The new Dungeons and Dragons sourcebook, Mythic Odysseys of Theros, has just launched on D&D Beyond, with print editions coming in July.
What’s next for Legends of Runeterra, Riot’s Hearthstone-like digital card game? (And what can Hearthstone learn from it?)
I fully admit it: I'm having a blast with Legends of Runeterra.