Once a month, the Blizzard Watch crew gets together to play D&D, and in our last session we continued our adventure in the world of Otherweald with DM Joe Perez.
Last week during D&D Live we learned that one of the upcoming D&D projects is Fizban's Treasury of Dragons, a sourcebook that's all about the second, and arguably cooler, part of the game's name.
I've mentioned before that it's okay to not always know all the rules when running an RPG.
I once spent three months painstakingly kludging rules together for 5th Edition Dungeons and Dragons so that my friends could play in a game that was more like a fantasy anime like The Vision of Escaflowne, only to realize I was breaking my back to do something Exalted already did, but better.
Most Dungeons and Dragons campaigns, especially in fifth edition, end around level 10.
Last month's TTRPG stream was a special Mass Effect-themed one shot game, but now Joltin' Joe Perez is back to DM us through another installment of his Otherweald campaign, and the gang will set out from their current location in the desert towards the jungle location of the ancient temple of Lilith to reclaim a jeweled chalice sacred to Hela, goddess of death.
Okay, I'm a long time fan of Exalted, the game originally made by White Wolf and now maintained by Onyx Path, which is a roleplaying game about the mythic past where nearly divine beings called Exalted helped shape the destiny of creation.
I remember when I decided to start my first Dungeons and Dragons game as a DM, and found about a month into it that I'd accidentally created my own campaign world.
Hot on the heels of Van Richten's Guide to Ravenloft and the best year for sales D&D has ever seen, we're informed that Wizards of the Coast is still bringing out two classic D&D campaign settings in 2021.
The most recent State of the Role following the end of Critical Role campaign 2 has revealed what they'll be doing over the summer while they gear up for campaign 3 -- namely, playing D&D with new players and a new DM!