Last year, the biggest story in tabletop RPGs was Wizards of the Coast's proposed changes to the Open Gaming License, in which they planned to revoke a long-standing license allowing people to make their own Dungeons and Dragons content.
Earlier this year, Matthew Mercer and Mica Burton announced a portfolio of gaming projects designed and developed by Darrington Press, Critical Role's gaming arm.
Growing up, the term "board game" conjured images ranging from Stratego to (The Game of) Life to Monopoly.
For a while now, the main disadvantage that Paizo's Pathfinder 2e has had competing with its more popular sibling, the fifth edition of Dungeons and Dragons, has been the lack of digital creator tools as broad and useful as D&D Beyond.
Call of Cthulhu is a popular tabletop role-playing game published by Chaosium that, as its name would suggest, is rooted in and inspired by the cosmic horror works of H.P.
In this single-session TTRPG adventure, DM Matt Rossi takes Liz Harper, Liz Patt, Joe Perez, and Nick Marino into Exalted, a world of high mythic fantasy where they role play champions of the Unconquered Sun, the peerless warrior kings and queens of Creation itself.
Coyote & Crow is a science fantasy TTRPG that was overwhelmingly successful on Kickstarter last year, nominated for a Nebula award for Game Writing, and is now appearing on the shelves of your local gaming store.
Wrapping up his two-year Riatan D&D campaign, DM Matt Rossi throws everything but the kitchen at our hapless adventurers as they battle the final boss with the only weapon they have left: wild magic!
Not all Dungeon Masters will have the problem of having to wrap up a long-running campaign in a satisfying way.
Tavern Watch Plays Rossi’s D&D Spectacular, Episode 18: In which the dragon god of destruction makes a friend
It's true: Matt's D&D spectacular is coming to a close.