I don't feel like I need to convince you to buy the D&D's Explorer's Guide to Wildemount -- if you're playing D&D, then you probably already know about Critical Role and Matt Mercer's campaign setting for that long-running, streamed D&D series.
Tomorrow, Saturday, March 14 we’ll be hosting our recurring D&D Spectacular starting at 2:30 PM CDT on our Twitch channel.
This is another of those topics which applies to most, if not all, tabletop RPGs to some extent, but it's worth discussing in terms of Dungeons and Dragons just because more people play that game.
One of the fun things about Dungeons and Dragons is looking at all the cool options that you'll probably never actually get to play, because there's just not enough time to play sixteen D&D games in a week.
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If you're interested in getting started playing Dungeons and Dragons (or indeed, any pen and paper roleplaying game) it can seem somewhat daunting, especially if you've never done it before.
Playing Dungeons and Dragons, if you're not running the game and thus playing the role of Dungeon Master, you're likely playing a character.
The Blizzard Watch D&D adventure met a Dragon in a Dungeon in an incredibly on-the-nose Tabletop RPG escapade
That's right, a dragon.
If you remember our Dungeons and Dragons Classes 101 roundup, we're using the same format here for our overview of the various races one can play.
Dungeons and Dragons, as a tabletop RPG, has certain rules to allow you to design the character you want.