There is a new Unearthed Arcana come out for Dungeons and Dragons, Travelers of the Multiverse.
We love Unearthed Arcana, which brings unique and unusual options to anyone's home D&D game.
Dungeons & Dragons is taking us into the Feywild and then back to school with their upcoming sourcebooks
The next two official sourcebooks for Dungeons & Dragons have been revealed -- The Wild Beyond the Witchlight: a Feywild Adventure is coming in September, and the next Magic: the Gathering tie-in Strixhaven: Curriculum of Chaos is due to arrive in December.
If there's one thing that every Dungeons and Dragons game needs, it's a Dungeon Master.
The Feywild is the D&D realm of wild, untamed nature and fey spirits, the original home of Elves and other sylvan folk.
The Unearthed Arcana Gothic Lineages that we saw this week are a cool, new -- well, sort-of-new -- idea for Dungeons and Dragons, but you may be wondering how to make use of them.
New D&D Unearthed Arcana adds Gothic Lineages, letting you play Frankenstein’s monster and other horrors
As a DM and a player I love Unearthed Arcana and the way it always brings me new things to play around with in my games.
One of the things I love about playtest content in Dungeons and Dragons is when it gets weird.
There have been quite a few Unearthed Arcana subclasses for D&D 5e.
It can be easy to forget that Dungeons and Dragons 5th Edition came out six years ago, in August 2014.