D&D 5e

From the classic knight in shining armor to the amazon princesses, and a certain bow-wielding elf we all know and love, fighters embody the classic fantasy heroes we all grew up with. They have the potential to take over combat, tell deeply emotional stories, and lead armies to victory against all odds. If that’s the case, why do some find them to be “vanilla” or “boring” when it comes to Dungeons...

Wandavision has taken so many of us by storm and the latest episode got me thinking about the differences between Wizards and Sorcerers in Dungeons & Dragons.  This article may have a spoiler or two so if you haven’t watched through episode 8 (“Previously On”), you have been warned.

There are about a million different ways to play a game of Dungeons & Dragons, and each way is just as valid as the next. From silly games filled with dirty names to voice actors performing world-class improv, it’s easy to see how different people can bring different expectations into each game. The best way to go about making sure everyone is on the same page is a Session Zero.

April of last year I started an online D&D game that included members of the Prime Collective clan, Mulehorn Gaming members/contributors and friends. At some point, it was mentioned how cool it would be to together in person to play around a real table. Last weekend we did just that at my house. We took our game from the virtual tabletop to the real tabletop and hosted a D&D Meetup. Let me...

Shedding the traditional emotional bonds that come with character creation allowed me to experience the game in a whole new way.

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