Dungeons And Dragons
I'll admit it -- I have a thing for collecting plushes.
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 its life in the very first supplement for Dungeons and Dragons.