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This week our tabletop gaming crew took a break from D&D to try something completely new....
I know, I know: we left last month's D&D game on a pretty big cliffhanger, and I promise we'll get back to that.
It's fifty years in the future.
Certain games are not about growing in power and taking on ever more potent monsters for loot.
Dungeons & Dragons is the gold standard in tabletop role-playing games.
If you've been playing Dungeons and Dragons for any length of time, you've probably heard of the Drow.
Let's set the stage.
One of the reasons I love Wizards of the Coast and tabletop RPGs in general is how quickly they can get new class options to us with things like Unearthed Arcana, and the latest edition unveils a whole new Psionics system.
Imagine a grizzled, old Wizard, staring down from a hill.