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!
We love Unearthed Arcana, which brings unique and unusual options to anyone's home D&D game.
Lately I've been thinking about what it's like to play as a new player, something I haven't done in years -- I started playing RPGs when I was nine years old, in 1981.
If you're not aware, Critical Role is a web series that streams on Twitch every week on Thursday nights, 7 p.m.
Being a Dungeon Master for a TTRPG like Dungeons and Dragons means a fair amount of work involved in running an adventure for a group of players, but you may be surprised how often that is all for nothing.
If there's one thing that every Dungeons and Dragons game needs, it's a Dungeon Master.
I've been playing and Game Mastering various tabletop RPGs for a long time -- from old school Dungeons and Dragons and Pathfinder, to Wraith the Oblivion, Exalted, and Talislanta. I've run GURPS, Champions, Silver Age Sentinels, Unknown Armies, Conspiracy X, Call of Cthulhu, Earthdawn, Heavy Gear... it's a lot of games.
It was a fun (if slightly bonkers) time playing a homemade Mass Effect-themed TTRPG with Blizzard Watch's usual tabletop gaming crew.
Sometimes, there's no specific game system out there that both works mechanically and thematically for your Tabletop RPG party.