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.
Set in the world if HP Lovecraft's Cthulhu Mythos, Call of Cthulhu is a RPG with a bit of a difference. Here we take a look at some of the basic rules.
Want an adventure hook to propel your players into a story? Here are 13 different scenarios to help get your adventure started.
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.
Sometimes it can be difficult to work out which damage modifiers and which dice are best in D&D. Today, we look at a graph to understand it once and for all.
Hints, tips, advice, and things to think about from a veteran master of Dungeon Masters. This is how you turn a world from fiction to lifelike reality.
Are board games, wargames, and RPGs good for you? We look at the stories, experiments and experiences that have shaped the connection between games and health.
Darkness rises over Arkham, and only you and your fellow adventurers can stop it - what is the difference between Pandemic and Pandemic: Reign of Cthulhu?
Sometimes you are playing the game and sometimes you are playing the player. It can sometikes be a fine line between the two.
Cthulhu is everywhere in gaming, and quite a few people feel lost with these impenetrable stories - here's a brief introduction to the Cthulu mythos.
Book Review: “Empire of the Imagination: Gary Gygax and the Birth of Dungeons and Dragons” by Michael Witwer
Empire of the Imagination is the story of Gary Gygax and how he created the hit game, Dungeons and Dragons. Here is our review of the audible experience.
Q-Workshop make some amazing dice. Here is our review of the Tech Dice by Q-Workshop. They are beautiful and fair dice that roll well.
James Howlett aka. The Wolverine - what would he be if he was an Advanced D&D character? Let's build him and find out.