I’ve only really played Dungeons and Dragons since the 4th edition, and have only dabbled in 5e. There are scores of new players like me who have never had the chance to play classic campaigns like Tomb of Horrors, or White Plume Mountain. Wizards of the Coast is fixing that with Tales from the Yawning Portal that updates those campaigns with new states and monsters that work perfectly in 5e.
The AWE me channel has gone to great lengths to create a Dungeons and Dragons table fit for a king… a Storm King if you will.
This week, we return to the land of 20-sided dice and monsters lurking in dungeons. Will we find a dragon, or will our party get a TPK? Watch as we play Dungeons and Dragons: Temple of Elemental Evil! WARNING: A FEW CURSE WORDS POP UP IN THIS EPISODE!
Many of us use Rol20.net as a virtual tabletop for all of our RPG games. Recently, 5E data has begun appearing in the system, and this morning, Wizards of the Coast and Roll20 have announced a new licensing deal to distribute even more Dungeons and Dragons content via the Roll20 system.
Perfect World Entertainment Inc. and Cryptic Games have announced the ninth expansion to the Neverwinter MMORPG, titled The Maze Engine.
D&D fans who are eager to return to Castle Ravenloft will be able to do so in March!
Dice Masters fans, there’s a new Dungeons & Dragons set arriving next month!
It’s time to kick your Dungeons and Dragons world building up a notch with the new Sword Coast Adventurer’s Guide from Wizards of the Coast, that is in stores today.
Wizards of the Coast’s next 5th Edition book is set to arrive in November, and gamers will find all sorts of valuable information on the places, cultures, and deities of northwestern Faerun.