Hey all, today we talk about why Fighters are great and not the boring, magic hating stereotype that everyone thinks they are.
When it comes to D&D, for many there is this feeling where there are few options of groups to join. So what happens when you join a game that you just don’t enjoy? Here is a small recollection of my personal experience in hopes that it helps you.
For the first piece in our Anthology series we share a few of our experiences with everyone’s favorite Gothic horror modules as well as some of the issues that come with it.
So very rarely do I look at a subclass and think, “huh, I hate this so much I want to write about it.” Today however, with the release of Eberron: Rising From the Last War, I felt that, and I felt it more than I ever have before.
Every Dungeons and Dragons player knows that no matter how many scholarly articles on probability and chances there might be, some dice are just cursed to never roll above a two.
Hi Beez the Goblin here. I think my compatriot had some good points but here is what I think, because no opinions more opinions than Beez! I will be talking about most of the classes but not all.