The tabletop RPG has long been considered the pinnacle of geekiness, and though it has long been the whipping boy of much of the geek subculture, the abuse is mostly undeserved.
D&D Next gives you a framework on which to build the game you want to play, not the one the one the devs want you to.
I was just standing there, minding my own business, when a messenger came up the stairs leading to the temple of Pelor. I was just a Cleric looking for a library to rest in, see if there were any good books about Ioun I hadn’t read before. I wasn’t looking for adventure, or really even… Continue reading Dungeons and Dragons: Memorable Moments?
Every so often, I get the hankering to play a tabletop RPG. Back in college, we had some rousing games of Dungeons and Dragons. I have a lot of fond memories of those nights where my buddies and I would sit around a table and kill the devil or something silly like that. (I won’t… Continue reading How to Start a D&D Campaign?
Despite having one of the most cumbersome names of any game I’ve ever seen, Dungeons & Dragons Online: Eberron Unlimited (DDO) is one of the most unique and interesting MMORPGs I have ever played. I remember years ago when the game was announced. I remember getting into the beta test and anxiously waiting on the… Continue reading Initial Impressions: Dungeons & Dragons Online