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Dark forests. Overcast skies. Looming castles. Ravenloft isn't a bright and sunny place. It's got plenty of dark places for monsters to hide, including its most famous resident Strahd. Soon, you'll ha
If you've long been following the characters in Critical Role and want to bring all of their adventures to your tabletop, you'll soon be able to as WizKids is bringing you a line of minis based on the
"More options." It's what all gamers and GMs want. And the Vault of Magic is here to bring it to you. It's a tome filled with over 800 magic items that you can add to your games of 5th edition. The ne
If you want to play a Sci-fi rpg but you don't want to have to learn an entirely new system, you might want to check out Farsight. It's a sci-fi RPG based on 5th edition D&D. So, if you know that
"More options!" That's the one thing pretty much every player can agree on when it comes to their characters. More ways to make their character truly theirs. Well, Skirmisher Publishing is here to hel
<whoop! whoop! whoop!> The giant robot alert is going off because of Savage Company. It's a new dieselpunk miniatures game that's up on Kickstarter now. But more than just a minis game, the camp
Having a pre-made adventure is great for DMs who are short on time to prepare for their game. Just swap out a few things to make it pertinent to your game and off you go. The Black Lotus of Thalarion
When gamers find a game system they like, they tend to stick with it, not wanting to learn a ton of new rules for a different game. That's where having a setting book for a various different worlds an
<whoop! whoop! whoop!> Giant robot alert! We have giant robot alert! What's setting it off are the hulking Steamjacks from the Iron Kingdoms. In this preview of Requiem, the new setting book for
<whoop! whoop! whoop!> Giant robot alert. We have giant robot alert! What's setting it off today is the Iron Kingdoms RPG. One of the big things that sets it apart from other game setting is the
My D&D game I'm in is all spellcasters. Arcanist, Sorcerer, Wizard, and Bard. There's set-backs, but it's a good group. It doesn't take an all-spellcaster game to need more magic-based goodies for
Taverns. They're where adventures start. Party members tend to spend an inordinate amount of time in them. So, why not make them each unique and exciting? That's what you can do if you get The Seeker'
The Iron Kingdoms originally started as a setting book for D&D. From there, it grew to become Warmachine, Hordes, and so many other products in a rich world. Now, it's returning to its roots as th
Even before Level 1, there's a lot of things that could possibly happen to a character that will have an impact on their adventuring career once they finally decide to head out into the bigger world.
The newest sourcebook for Animal Adventures is up for pre-order. Secrets of Gullet Cove combines some of the previous information, such as letting you create your own awakened animal adventurer, along
Those Who Wander is a bit of its own Fantasy RPG, and a bit of an extension to D&D, if you so choose. You can use it to run your own games, or you can use it to enhance your 5th edition campaign y
Ok, is this one really a game? No, not entirely. BUT! The campaign does include a mini RPG adventure with it, so I'm going to call it ok on a non-precedential basis. It is by the folks that did the Ba
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Adorbs. Thanks Bear.
Having pre-made adventures for your game can really make a DM's life easier. Just find one you like, maybe tweak a few things to fit it into your game, and you're ready to go. Maps, NPCs, encounters,
I've got a couple tattoos. I really wish I had more. I've got plans, but just not had the time to get them done. But as cool as the designs I have in mind are, and no matter what artist I go to, they'
You can't end a long D&D campaign by having your party fight Steve, Local Janitor Who's a Bit Skeevy. No, you need something truly epic. But if you're having trouble coming up with some sort of ep
If you're looking to add some new variation to your RPG characters or campaigns, you'll want to check out Kibbles' Compendium of Craft and Creation that's up on Kickstarter now. It's got a little bit
Want to add some Lovecraftian horrors to your D&D games? Then Mythos Monsters is the book for you. It's got dozens of terrifying, mind-bending, alternate-dimension creatures ready to invade your w
Look, there's nothing wrong with "new fangled," but I have to admit, I'm a bit more of an "old school" kinda bear. And it's that old school feel that you get in The Chronicles of Aeres, a new campaign
As is their tradition, the folks over at Skirmisher Publishing are prepping for the lunar New Year coming up soon by releasing a monster for Dungeons & Dragons based on it. This upcoming year, we
Dead Channel Studios is running a Kickstarter campaign for The Cursed King, the third part in their adventure series. Having pre-made adventures is a great way to streamline the work of a DM and get y