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Dragonlance: Shadow of the Dragon Queen & Warriors of Krynn Review
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Dragonlance is back with a new adventure for 5E, called Dragonlance: Shadow of the Dragon Queen, and accompanied by the board game Dragonlance: Warriors of Krynn, which can be played independently...
TTRPG Gift Guide
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The holiday shopping season has arrived, so here are some gift ideas for the TTRPG fan in your life. Even better, some are digital for last-minute purchasing.
Dragons & Treasures: A Young Adventurer's Guide Review
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Dragons & Treasures: A Young Adventurer's Guide is the latest officially licensed D&D book by Jim Zub, with Stacy King and Andrew Wheeler. The series, which has five prior books, makes D&D...
Critical Role: The Mighty Nein – The Nine Eyes of Lucien Review
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Critical Role: The Mighty Nein – The Nine Eyes of Lucien walks a very tricky line. The prior Critical Role novel, Vox Machina – Kith & Kin was easy because it entirely took place before Vox...
Krynn Returns: A Preview of Dragonlance
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WotC is experimenting as it brings the world of Krynn and the classic Dragonlance setting to 5th Edition. Those experiments take a few different forms.
Journeys Through the Radiant Citadel Review Round-Up: What The Critics Said
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I talked about why this was the D&D adventure/setting book I had been wanting for a long time. But did the critics think it was delightful, dreary, or something in between? Let's take a look.
D&D Campaign Case: Terrain Review
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While D&D 5E can easily be played theater of the mind style, playing with minis is very popular, so WotC's latest release, the D&D Campaign Case: Terrain provides an alternative to a vinyl battle...
'One D&D' Takes 5E to New & Digital Places
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The biggest news coming out of today's Wizards Presents is the announcement of One D&D, which includes the development of a new digital playspace, along with more information on the evolution of...
5 New D&D Books Coming in 2023 -- Including Planescape!
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At today's Wizards Presents event, hosts Jimmy Wong, Ginny Di, and Sydnee Goodman announced the 2023 line-up of D&D books, which featured something old, something new, and an expansion of a fan...
Dragonlance Brings New Options to D&D
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As expected, Wizards Presents had Dragonlance announcements, starting with a release date – December 6, 2022 – and players will have several choices as to which Dragonlance product they buy...
Spelljammer: Adventures in Space Review
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The new Spelljammer: Adventures in Space is the latest 5E revival of a beloved old setting, and one that has intrigued new D&D fans because it promises swashbuckling fantasy adventures in space...
D&D Starter Set: Dragons of Stormwreck Isle Review
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I love almost anything that lowers the bar to entry for new players and grows the base of RPG players. It's one of my passions. Yet I have mixed feelings about this set.
Dragonlance: Dragons of Deceit Review
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Dragonlance is back, and not just with the RPG adventure book Dragonlance: Shadow of the Dragon Queen (I expect a release date announcement on August 18). Dragonlance: Dragons of Deceit is a new...
An In-Depth Review of Journeys Through the Radiant Citadel
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Journeys Through the Radiant Citadel is the latest D&D adventure anthology and like Candlekeep Mysteries, it's overflowing with ideas and inspiration.
D&D Campaign Case: Creatures Review
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The D&D Campaign Case: Creatures is out, and it's better than I expected. This case provides an alternative to minis for anyone who uses a grid or battle map when they run combat. Minis are great...
Slaying the Dragon: The Secret History of Dungeons & Dragons Review
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Slaying the Dragon: The Secret History of Dungeons & Dragons by Ben Riggs focuses on the creation, rise, and downfall of TSR. It's a compelling, page-turner instead of the boring business book it...
D&D Rules Expansion Set Round-Up – What the Critics Say
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Since we began these critical roundups, some review outlets have been consistent. While these roundups don't feature the same outlets every time, certain ones have reviewed every official D&D...
Critical Role: Call of the Netherdeep Review Round-Up – What the Critics Say
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Considering the popularity of Critical Role, I was surprised to find that several publications did not review Call of the Netherdeep, the first Critical Role adventure released for Dungeons &...
Strixhaven Review Round-Up – What the Critics Say
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In my in-depth review for Strixhaven: A Curriculum of Chaos I noted that while there was a lot to like in the D&D adaptation of the Magic the Gathering set focused on a magical school, it didn't...
Marvel Multiverse Role-Playing Game Playtest Impressions
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The Marvel Multiverse Role-Playing Game isn't the first (or second, etc.) Marvel universe RPG or even the first one designed in-house. Yet reading the playtest rulebook I can't help feeling like...

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