Step back into Eberron as we review the surprise release of Wayfinder’s Guide to Eberron, a new campaign setting for Dungeons & Dragons, 5th Edition.
Tag - RPG
We all game for different reasons, there’s a type for every player. That said, there’s only one that can run for multiple sessions, keeping players invested for years to come: RPGs. Everything from Dungeons and Dragons to Starfinder, RPGs have a genre for everyone. They’re the game of routine play, imagination, and teamwork. They take getting into character, envisioning entire worlds, and growing into the hero or villain you consider yourself to be. Looking to start? Roleplaying Ridge will fuel that interest and more.
On the hunt for a fun, family friendly dungeon crawl for your kids? Read our review of Heroes & Treasure and your search may be over!
The next storyline for Dungeons & Dragons has been announced. Delve into details we've uncovered about Waterdeep: Dragon Heist.
After you watch Solo: A Star Wars Story, go explore the hives of scum and villainy in your own imagination! We open the smuggling compartment on the history and influence of Star Wars: The Roleplaying Game by West End Games in...
Now that you’ve seen Avengers: Infinity War, it’s time to tell your own stories of the Marvel Universe’s greatest heroes and villains! We’re using the Time Stone to turn the clock back on the classic Marvel Super Heroes...
There are things we do as players that make Dungeon Masters facepalm or laugh out loud. They’re memories that stay with us, for better or worse. I have some moments to share gifted by fellow DMs, if only to relive happy times.
If you’ve ever spent time in game stores you’ve seen a group or two rolling dice, reading books, and using strange voices. You’ve probably even read a couple of our own RPG (role-playing game) articles here, here or, (my...
Join Meeple Mountain as we welcome Alex Roberts, designer of Jenga-driven romance RPG Star Crossed! Come hear us talk about love, dancing, and of course tabletop games.
With Ready Player One uploading to theaters this week, we dive into the net of Cyberpunk 2020 and explore the dark dystopian alleyways of cyberpunk and its recent resurgence with the first essay in our new series, Retro RPG...
So you want to become a dungeon master like @matthewmercer, but you don’t have the cash for the cool toys? @thespirit_riley shows you how to embrace your inner DM without breaking the bank!
Join me as I take my 2 little girls on a unique adventure! Is this a game for the young ones? Find out in our review of No Thank You, Evil!.
D&D and world building go hand-in-hand. Running your own campaign involves everything from flushing out realms to creating dungeons; but where do you start and how? Let's take a broad look and talk maps.
Learn how to craft worlds that your Dungeons & Dragons players will never forget. After all, it's all about the plot.