Sometimes being a Dungeon Master can be easy, and other times it can go incredibly wrong. Here's 10 DM nightmares and how to deal with them.
Lords of Waterdeep is a fantastic worker placement game, and one where so many strategies are viable to win. Here's a breakdown of the buildings.
Goblins can sometimes be seen as being too simple in D&D. In this article we're going to argue against that and show why they are awesome once and for all.
Gloomhaven has become such an iconic game that has remains at #1 on BGG. Here are 5 other games like Gloomhaven to sink you teeth into.
2019 is almost over and 2020 is almost upon us. As we draw this year to a close, we take a look at a few highlights from the past year.
Want an adventure hook to propel your players into a story? Here are 13 different scenarios to help get your adventure started.
Magic is an important part of Dungeons and Dragons, as well as a tricky thing to understand. Here is a run down of the basic. Magic in a nutshell.
There are 18 suggested base skills and proficiencies in D&D. Recently we were asked which we would recommend taking. Here's the introduction and run down .
Strength, Charisma, Dexterity, Wisdom, Intelligence, Constitution - they sound cool, but what do those stats mean? How do those stats affect D&D?
Welcome adventurer! So you've decided you want to dive into the world of Dungeons and Dragons. Here are the welcoming words of a DM for over 40+ years.
The D&D combat system can be a little tricky to get your head around at first - but once you get the hang of it then it is easy enough. Here's the basics.
Can you classify a villain's personality type in a D&D campaign to make it easier to generate three dimensional bad guys? Let's find out.
Betrayal at Baldur's Gate is a board game filled with flavour and the characters are no different. The question is - are all created equal? Let's find out.
Ever wondered which class has the potential to do the most damage in Dungeons and Dragons at Level 1? Let's take a look and see who comes out on top.
Oozes are a surprisingly complex and underrated series of creatures in D&D. Here's a rundown from Black Pudding to Ochre Jelly and everything in between.
On one hand, Myconids are the mushroom people of the D&D world. On the other hand they are pure awesome. Here's why.