You have started a new Dungeons and Dragons campaign. You want your character to grow, how does that work, and should you even want it?
A board game without a theme is not that interesting to me. But we see so many board games out there with the same themes. What is a good new theme?
It’s time to roll up your first character for your first Dungeons and Dragons game, what are the five things you need to do to get that character going?
What are some of the pitfalls that a writer can come into when creating a character? And how do you avoid them?
Normally I’d be doing an Friday Night D&D article, but it’s an off week for playing, and I don’t have a new campaign idea floating
Alright, let’s start getting into the details of this game. I’m not going to build everything out in front of people, but I do want
So you’re starting out a campaign at level 1 and you’re rolling into your first session with your rogue. They’ve gotten a name for themselves,
Now, I know what people are going to say, these games aren’t the same, but there are some similarities to them that I want to
Now, this isn’t actually my first D&D character, I’m still waiting for a chance to roll up one, forever a DM. But I want to
Kind of continuing the midst of physical distancing that we have going on all around the world, I want to keep talking about ways that