What is Wizards of the Coast planning for its multiverse? Hints suggest the future of the game could be in the past
We've been hearing a lot about what's coming for Dungeons and Dragons, and though we can't say exactly what's on the horizon for the game, we can make some informed guesses.
With the latest Unearthed Arcana, D&D is trying to sneak the Star Frontiers races into the game without us noticing but we totally noticed
There are a lot of interesting new D&D races in the latest Unearthed Arcana playtest content from Wizards of the Coast, named Travelers of the Multiverse — and there's definitely an extraplanar theme here.
We're getting a new edition of Dungeons and Dragons in 2024, with the release of new core rulebooks that will remain compatible with current 5e books.
D&D Celebration reveals more details about upcoming products, including 50th Anniversary edition of D&D
During this weekend's D&D Celebration, the festivities ended with a Future of D&D panel -- a panel hosted by Elle Osili-Wood, who spoke to Chris Perkins, Liz Schuh, Ray Winninger, and Jeremy Crawford about what you'd expect in a Future of D&D panel: the distant past of the Precambrian period and how it set the stage for the development of our modern ecosystem.
People use the word 'realism' or 'realistic' a lot in gaming, and it's something to consider, but for an aspiring Tabletop RPG game master it's toxic to concern yourself too much with it.
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.
Join the Blizzard Watch crew for an epic D&D game as they try to get themselves out of a crashed demon pirate ship of doom, streaming this weekend
Pathfinder: Wrath of the Righteous, Baldur’s Gate 3, and the perils of adapting a tabletop RPG to a video game
I haven' t quite finished Pathfinder: Wrath of the Righteous, the new CRPG from Owlcat Games adapting the Adventure Path from Paizo's Pathfinder tabletop RPG.
This weekend, Tavern Watch talks to Avatar Legends Lead Designer Brendan Conway — listen live this afternoon!
This weekend, the Tavern Watch podcast — our brand new show focusing on tabletop RPGs — will be a special one because we're going to be talking to Brendan Conway, Lead Designer for the upcoming Avatar Legends tabletop RPG. You know, the game that just became most successful RPG Kickstarter pledge drive ever, raising over $7 million to build the Avatar tabletop game we've always wanted to play.
Rules are almost a necessity for games, but especially for role playing games, where you're essentially playing make believe but you want to avoid the I shot you!