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.
One of the things that makes or breaks running tabletop games, especially in our modern pandemic-altered world where many games are run online, is a robust digital toolset that lets you access books, make characters, and otherwise easily play with friends when you aren't sitting around a table together.
So, you want to watch some streamed D&D or other tabletop RPG action, and you're of course already watching Critical Role because it is the ten thousand ton gorilla amongst streamed tabletop games.
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.
Flying is always on players' minds when a new expansion comes out.
The Pathfinder: Wrath of the Righteous CRPG adds Mythic play to the classic dungeon crawl experience
One of my favorite books for first edition Pathfinder is the Mythic Adventures hardcover.
On the surface, learning how to play Pathfinder 2nd Edition might just be the easiest thing for people who play tabletop RPGs, especially Dungeons and Dragons 5th Edition.
One of the biggest questions that arose when Blizzard announced the leveling squish in Shadowlands was "How is flying going to work?" And now that the Shadowlands alpha is out, we finally have an answer.
We've all had this experience -- you log in to review patch notes, skim-skim-skim and wait, what is this weird new thing?
I'm on record loving Owlcat Games' Pathfinder: Kingmaker.