Dungeons And Dragons
The last time I painted a mini for D&D was over three decades ago, and back then the idea of painting a face so perplexed me that I would drop a glob of paint on it and pretend it was a helm instead.
Okay, so you've decided you want to create your own world in your weekly tabletop game.
So you want to play Dungeons and Dragons -- or any tabletop RPG, really -- but you, like me, are broke and can't afford all those books, and a ton of dice, and minis, and maps, and even more dice.
The first time I realized I could just give players a level whenever I felt it was appropriate for the story, I almost fell over.
The Strixhaven: A Curriculum of Chaos sourcebook brings D&D fans to the magical university of Strixhaven for the first time -- but it's not the first time we've seen Strixhaven, which hails from the world of Magic: The Gathering TCG.
Everybody in the D&D world loves mimics, right?
So you're running a D&D game, and you're not sure what you want to do.
A story of gods, dragons, and a lot of crashed airships: Join us this Saturday for another episode of D&D escapades
Last time we saw our intrepid adventurers, they were crashing a magical ship into the Infinite Battlefields of Acheron, meeting up with a goddess of War, and learning that their long time enemy was attempting to breach the Eye of the Maker, a fantastic magical location where all sorts of bad stuff could well happen.
The Deck of Many Things, also sometimes known as the Deck of Hazards, is a magic item that started it’s life in the very first supplement for Dungeons and Dragons.
It's rare we get much in the way of information on projects in the works at Wizards of the Coast.