Dungeons and Dragons

The D&D universe is vast with countless worlds and unlimited possibilities. Giant complex machines already exist in many of these settings. But consider this. At some point, somebody built a great machine that was so complex that it gained sentience. Not magical intelligence like a golem, nor like creatures that…

Humans are social creatures, and one thing all cultures have in common is that we love to tell stories. Dangers in the deep dark woods have given rise to one of the first reoccurring antagonists, the Big Bad Wolf. Probably best known as the villain of Little Red Riding Hood,…

The gladiatorial arenas of Rome evoke contradictory ideas: romance and brutality, defiance and obedience, violence and entertainment. The image of the warrior-showman is an enduring one, and today we present a fighter path designed to capture that in D&D. This path is great for use in Robert’s gladiator campaign article last…

D&D has always been a game played among friends, or with strangers who often become friends. Friendship is a type of love, and I thought that for our last article for “Love Month,” I’d try to do a mechanical representation of the bonds of trust and love that form between…