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A First Look at 2d20 Fallout from Modiphius
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Fallout has had an interesting journey to its place in geek culture. It started out as a GURPS computer game, turned into a series of RPGs from a beloved team, expanded its hold on gamers with a...
I Am For The Darkmaster, Actually
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In my misspent gaming youth, there was a game that the other members of my gaming group spoke of in strange, hushed tones. A game where you rolled on chart after chart after chart during battles...
If You Want A Different Flavor of D&D, Try Some Dragon Stew
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Dungeons & Dragons players often have heroic aspirations for their characters. They want their fighters to become generals. They want their wizards to become archmages. They want their thieves to...
My Six Favorite Candlekeep Mysteries
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Candlekeep Mysteries comes out on March 18th, featuring 17 different short adventures based out of the library fortress of Candlekeep. I received an advance copy for review and my main takeaway...
A Look Inside The Unspeakable Tomes of the Malleus Monstrorum
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A monster manual for Call of Cthulhu always struck me as an odd proposition. It is not a game of heroic combat. It’s a game where players flee the monster until they can attack on their own terms...
Start Your Journey Into Symbaroum
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I tend towards dark fantasy when I run games. I’m not entirely sure why. I may be that I didn’t start playing RPGs with Dungeons & Dragons. It may be that I spent a lot of time with the World of...
Buff Your Boss Battles With Fantastic Lairs
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Writing a good boss battle is one of the hardest things a Dungeon Master can do. Boss battles are a staple of fiction and video games, but Dungeons & Dragons offers a freedom of action that can...
Save The Day With The Sentinel Comics RPG
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Sentinels of the Multiverse spent the last decade building one of the best comic book universes out there without using comic books. Instead, they built it through a strong cooperative card game...
Return To Al-Amarja For The First Time With Over The Edge Third Edition
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As February looms large, the desire to get away from it all presses down. That feeling is more oppressive this year thanks to the effects of the COVID-19 pandemic. It’s easy to imagine being in a...
In Space, No One Can Hear You Scream That You’re Definitely A Human
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Even though Mothership is still technically in beta, it already has a polish and strength that surpass many completely released games. Much of this comes from an open-armed policy of third-party...
Now You Too Can Jump Into The Adventure Zone
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It was only a matter of time before actual plays spun off games based on their worlds. Critical Role, the 800-pound gorilla in the room has two books for fans looking to game in their world; the...
The Psychedelic Fantasy of Troika! Is As Weird As You Want It
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Most fantasy RPGs fall somewhere on the spectrum between high fantasy and low fantasy. Different editions of Dungeons & Dragons have been in various spots on this line. There’s a third category...
Return To Ravenloft In Style
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Curse of Strahd has become one of the most popular campaign books of Dungeons & Dragons Fifth Edition. The love of the spooky realms within the mists is still very strong as evidenced by the...
Let's Look At Loke Battlemats
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When the time for combat comes in an RPG the Game Master must decide whether they want to run it using the theater of the mind or on the table with a map or battle grid. While I usually use the...
Make Deadlier Dungeons With This Book
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Traps are an iconic part of the Dungeons & Dragons experience. Nearly every table has a story about a time when a trap took someone by surprise or how it was used to the group's benefit when...
The Best Cyberpunk Game You’re Not Playing Right Now
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Cyberpunk is on a lot of minds right now. The two largest franchises in the genre, Shadowrun and Cyberpunk, recently released new editions to great fanfare. For fans of the genre who aren’t...
Make Your Fantasy Inns and Shops Remarkable
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Two classic fantasy campaign staples are the local shop and the local inn. Players love to haggle, burgle and peruse the wares of the shopkeeper looking for that great magical item that will make...
Spectacular Settlements Bring Dungeons & Dragons Home For The Holidays
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Home is where the heart is, but for many fantasy games, it’s where the loot is stored. Coming back to town is an important part of many games’ play cycles but Dungeon Masters often struggle to...
Follow Broken Compass To Pulp Adventure
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Ever since Indiana Jones outran a boulder in the opening minutes of Raiders of the Lost Ark, gamers have been chasing a pulp adventure high. Pulp adventure offers a heightened take on a lot of...
My Favorite Player Options From Tasha’s Cauldron of Everything
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This week brings the release of Tasha’s Cauldron of Everything and with it, the giddy anticipation of Christmas Eve for Dungeons & Dragons fans. Wizards of the Coast has kept a pretty tight grip...

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