Book Review: Waterdeep: Dungeon of the Mad Mage

Book Review: Waterdeep: Dungeon of the Mad Mage
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Waterdeep: Dungeon of the Mad Mage is the latest official adventure from the maniacal minds over at Wizards of the Coast. This tome guides players down over 20 dungeon floors beneath the eponymous city’s western mountain to thwart the titular mage. It also serves as something of a sequel to the September release of Waterdeep: Dragon Heist, progressing characters from levels 5-20. … read more

Review: Dungeons & Dragons: Storm King’s Thunder

Review: Dungeons & Dragons: Storm King’s Thunder
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While most D&D campaigns begin in a relatively neutral or safe location, Storm King’s Thunder thrusts its participants straight into the adventure, setting them in a recently sieged village that’s being torn apart by goblins. … read more

Review: Dungeons & Dragons: Curse of Strahd

Review: Dungeons & Dragons: Curse of Strahd
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If you’re in the mood to seriously shake up your D&D group or just want a chance to explore one of the greatest pre-made worlds in the history of the game, Curse of Strahd is your jam, and you owe it to yourself—and your players—to pick it up and give it a try. … read more

Dungeons & Dragons: Out of the Abyss – Straight Outta Menzoberranzan

Dungeons & Dragons: Out of the Abyss – Straight Outta...
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Out of the Abyss is more than just a well-crafted adventure, it’s a proving ground for some of Dungeons & Dragons Fifth Edition’s best ideas. … read more

Dungeons & Dragons: Princes of the Apocalypse

Dungeons & Dragons: Princes of the Apocalypse
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The Temple of Elemental Evil is the kind of module mentioned in the same reverential tones as Ravenloft and Planescape, and it’s one of the most famous pre-made adventures in the whole of tabletop RPGs. … read more

Dungeons and Dragons Fifth Edition: Monster Manual Review

Dungeons and Dragons Fifth Edition: Monster Manual Review
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I was about 15 years old. My friends and I weren’t cool. We listened to metal music and liked books and comics about high fantasy and science fiction. During lunch, we would daydream about epic battles and recount our favorite scenes in video games and whatever book series we thought was cool at the time.   … read more

Dungeons and Dragons Fifth Edition: Dungeon Master’s Guide Review

Dungeons and Dragons Fifth Edition: Dungeon Master’s Guide Review
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Fifth Edition, to my eyes, is the new gold standard for D20-based tabletop RPGs. It strips away the tedium of systems and statistics and replaces them with the true substance of role playing—deep, immersive stories.  … read more

Dungeons and Dragons Fifth Edition: Player’s Handbook Review

Dungeons and Dragons Fifth Edition: Player’s Handbook Review
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As I started flipping through the pages, I felt a well of excitement flooding back. Sometimes it’s the little things that spark your imagination. I kept finding myself lost in the artwork, which hearkened back to the high fantasy style I had grown to love in previous versions of the game. … read more