In terms of both video games and tabletop games, I tend to prefer role-playing games.
Spelljammer: Adventures in Space is a must-buy D&D set because you need magic space boats in your campaign
Spelljammer: Adventures in Space is a massive set of three different supplemental materials for Dungeons and Dragons DMs to explore, and this article will give you some concrete examples of how to use it in your own campaign -- beyond the naturally effusive praise afforded to magic space boats, of course. Spelljammer comes with three books, the adventure Light of Xaryxis -- which, as an adventure, is basically designed for you to use it in a game -- the monster book Boo's Astral Menagerie which by virtue of being a book full of monsters is even easier to use in a campaign, and finally the Astral Adventurer's Guide.
An impressive list of quarterly releases for Dungeons and Dragons through 2023 features giants, Planescape, and Many Things
We recently got a look at the upcoming publication schedule for Dungeons and Dragons through the end of 2023, and though the amount of information is a little overwhelming, it's also pretty exciting.
The next iteration of D&D will have its own VTT digital play experience — but we still have a lot of questions
The next edition of D&D is codenamed One D&D, and with it Wizards of the Coast intends to give players the full game experience online with a 3d virtual tabletop (VTT) system including custom miniatures, sets, and an interactive environment.
There have been many editions of D&D over the years, each radically redesigning the game — but the next edition, One D&D, might finally put an end to the bickering over which edition is best.
On August 18, Wizards Presents will reveal upcoming products for both Dungeons and Dragons and Magic the Gathering that Wizards of the Coast have in store.
In D&D, subclasses are some of the most powerful and interesting choices any character class can make — and they're especially powerful for Clerics, who can choose their subclass, known as a "Domain," at level 1.
Do you ever find yourself thinking, "I love the fantasy for this class, but I don't like playing it?" Or, perhaps, it's the other way around: Is there a class that you love to play, but you don't really connect with lore-wise?
This is one that I get pretty deep up in my own head thinking about from time to time, and I realize many people don't care for this level of analysis of their hobbies.
Everything coming to Dungeons & Dragons in 2022: Classic settings Spelljammer and Dragonlance are making their return
It's been a busy year for Dungeons and Dragons, with a mountain of new book releases — and more D&D books are due before the end of the year.