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Icewind Dale: Rime of the Frostmaiden -- A Comprehensive Review
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Icewind Dale: Rime of the Rostmaiden is the latest official Dungeons & Dragons adventure, and it's one that will challenge both DMs and players. For the right group, it's a good story with fresh...
Jiangshi: Blood in the Banquet Hall -- An Interview with the Creators
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While set in 1920s Chinatown, in many ways Jiangshi: Blood in the Banquet Hall is a game for our current time. Players manage a family-run restaurant in the daytime while also having to fend off...
Mythic Odysseys of Theros: An In-Depth Review
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The latest Magic the Gathering card set converted for 5th Edition Dungeons of Dragons is Mythic Odysseys of Theros. I was expecting it to be fresh yet familiar like the Guildmasters Guide to...
Laeral Silverhand's Explorer's Kit: A Review
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Let's be honest—dice are gamer bling. To support our dice habit, Wizards of the Coast has released another “dice and miscellany” set, Laeral Silverhand's Explorer's Kit. Much like its predecessor...
Explorer's Guide to Wildemount Review
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The combination of Critical Role's success and its patronage from D&D Beyond in its second season probably made Explorer's Guide to Wildemount inevitable. Wizards of the Coast is virtually...
A D&D Gift Guide for Everyone
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With D&D's popularity, either passionate players or people interested in the game are probably on your shopping list. Below are gift ideas for a variety of circumstances and interests.
Eberron: Rising from the Last War - A Review
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Almost as soon as 5th Edition Dungeons & Dragons launched, vocal fans started asking for Eberron. In multiple surveys it was a top request. In response, Wizards of the Coast released the PDF-only...
Dungeons & Dragons vs. Rick and Morty: A Review
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The Stranger Things Dungeons & Dragons Starter Set was a no-brainer considering how wrapped into the TV series the role-playing game was. Close behind in terms of an obvious decision is Dungeons &...
Tyranny of Dragons: A Review
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Revising Hoard of the Dragon Queen and Rise of Tiamet into one book, Tyranny of Dragons (which was always the name for the unified adventure) makes sense for the fifth anniversary of Dungeons &...
The Return of Tyranny of Dragons: First Impressions
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Gamers don't usually ask for a revision to an existing adventure unless it's to adapt it to a new edition, yet that's exactly why Wizards of the Coast produced the new edition of Tyranny of...
Deep Dive into Descent Into Avernus
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The seeds for Baldur's Gate: Descent Into Avernus were planted in last year's release, Mordenkainen's Tome of Foes (MToF). At the time, D&D Lead Designer Jeremy Crawford described the theme of...
Baldur's Gate: Descent Into Avernus First Impressions
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In Dungeons & Dragons lore and games, jokes are frequently made about Baldur's Gate going to hell or being hell. With the newest adventure book, Baldur's Gate: Descent Into Avernus that's a real...
Dungeons, Mayhem, and Dice Accessories: A Review
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To go with the official release of Baldur's Gate: Descent Into Avernus (my review will be released shortly), Wizards of the Coast is releasing a few accessories. As with some other recent books...
D&D Essentials Kit Offers a New Place to Start
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One of the biggest surprises at D&D Live 2019: The Descent was the announcement of the D&D Essentials Kit. The D&D Starter Set has already been around several years so it was surprising that that Wizards of the Coast would make another set for new players. It seemed even more odd once they explained that the Essentials Kit was not replacing the Starter Set.
Acquisitions Incorporated Takes Over D&D: A Review
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Wizards of the Coast's collaboration with Penny Arcade to create a Dungeons & Dragons supplement featuring Acquisitions Incorporated has been 10 years in the making (sort of) – the original...

5E Acquisitions, Inc.: First Impressions

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Acquisitions Inc. has earned a special, beloved place in the actual play segment of the game industry. In 2009, long before Critical Role, Sirens of the Realms, or Dice, Camera, Action, Penny Arcade debuted D&D games presented as podcasts. They later transitioned to video and live-play in front of an audience at conventions, and have even had a comic book. Crowds for those live events have grown to larger and larger venues.

Ghosts of Saltmarsh: A Review

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Wizards of the Coast is promoting Ghosts of Saltmarsh as an adventure book with a setting and rule supplements so since I already did a spoiler-free review of the book overall, let's take a closer look at the adventures it contains. While I avoid significant spoilers, be aware that broad information about each adventure is mentioned.

Ghosts of Saltmarsh: First Impressions

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Ghosts of Saltmarsh will make Greyhawk fans happy without losing newer D&D 5th Edition players. Billed as a supplement for nautical adventures, it's a mix of new rules for ships and sea travel, adventures and supplemental material for any coastal campaign.

Stranger Things and D&D at Last: A Review

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The Stranger Things Dungeons & Dragons Starter Set was pretty much inevitable. From the moment we saw Mike DM D&D for his friends early in the first session of the Netflix series, the clock started ticking when some crossover product would be released. Announced at Toy Fair earlier this year, Hasbro is heavily gearing this product to the mass market, not just hobby game stores.

Murders, Capers, and Laughter: An Interview with Craig Campbell

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Most companies design an RPG and use the same rule set, with or without new editions, for everything. With NerdBurger Games, Craig Campbell created three RPGs using three very different sets of original mechanics.

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