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.
Tips for making a memorable start to your next TTRPG campaign — and not just have everybody meet in a tavern
I understand that for a lot of people, running a TTRPG campaign is stressful enough -- we all want to do a good job and make sure our players have fun -- so that when it comes to starting off your campaign there's just no time or energy in the budget left for anything other than the usual start point, the trusty everybody meets in a tavern approach.
Dungeons and Dragons' forthcoming film Honor Among Thieves debuted its first look trailer on Thursday, the first day of the San Diego Comic Con.
Wonders of the Multiverse D&D Unearthed Arcana adds the robotic Glitchling race and Fate Domain Clerics
D&D's Unearthed Arcana playtest content has been showing us all sorts of new ideas for Dungeons and Dragons 5e, from the power of primordial giants to the cosmic reaches of the Astral Plane to the world of Krynn, home of the Dragonlance campaign setting.
Whether you have the idea of playing a quick-witted Rogue with a pair of daggers or a juggernaut of a Barbarian wielding a pair of massive swords, in D&D 5e that's called two-weapon fighting, or dual wielding.
I haven't been running as many TTRPG games lately as I'm used to, so when I got to run our latest D&D Spectacular, I very deliberately went into it throwing everything I possibly could at the players.
I was on the Atlantic coast a couple weeks back, and I like to explore the various environments that I don't normally get a chance to see near my central piedmont home.