Browsing the "Dungeons and Dragons" Tag

Playing Warcraft In D&D

December 6th, 2016 | by Luke Turpeinen

The recent release of the Warcraft movie and the launch of World of Warcraft's latest expansion, Legion, has inspired us to think on how we would run a D&D game set in the Warcraft universe

Dwarves Are From New Jersey

May 25th, 2015 | by Luke Turpeinen

(Editor’s Note: We recently re-vamped our Top 5 D&D Board Games article, and we replaced Dragon Strike with Super Dungeon [&hellip

Gregg Explains: D&D 5th Edition Starter Set

July 11th, 2014 | by Gregg Miller

Dungeons & Dragons 5th Edition is on the horizon, and like previous editions, there's a starter box. In a sense, it can be viewed as sort of a board game and casual play version of D&

Top 5 Dungeons & Dragons Settings

June 13th, 2014 | by Luke Turpeinen

Depending how you count them, D&D has had at least 25 campaign settings, which have included everything from gritty sword and sorcery to mystical not-space pirates and more. These are the five official D&D settings that I feel stand out above the rest

Top Ten Favorite Dungeons & Dragons Artists

June 9th, 2014 | by Nicole Jekich

Art is a large part of roleplaying and tabletop games for me and it transcends editions. Below are 10 of my favorite artists whose art graced the cover and pages of Dungeons and Dragons since the beginning

Like A Boss Monster

April 30th, 2014 | by Luke Turpeinen

This is a great game for anyone who knows what Metroidvania or Gygaxian Death Trap are, because Boss Monster is a silly love letter made especially for that person

Feeling Brave Tonight?

April 23rd, 2014 | by Gregg Miller

Though the VHS that came with it is cheesy, Dragon Strike holds a significant place in the history of both board games and role playing games

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