Now that the Order Domain has been out in the wild for a while, allowing adventurers to sow…order and, what’s the opposite of discord–cord?–whatever it is, Wizards has opened up their feedback survey, so let them know what you think.
Following a devastating defeat at the hands of the Githyanki Supreme Commander during Mordenkainen’s Mayhem, the stats for the Sibriex have been revealed. Take a look at this ancient evil…
It takes a lot to transform an idea from concept to rules mechanic–come watch as Jeremy Crawford, lead rules designer for D&D talks about taking the Order Domain through the design process.
This weekend was busy gamers. We have Idoneth Keepkin Wave 2, Necromunda imminent, a D&D classic returns, Cryx pirates, Hellboy & I AM GROOT!
Into the Unknown and Keep on the Borderlands might be two of the most renowned non-tpk-inducing D&D adventures out there. Revamped for 5th Edition, you can return once more to the Borderlands, or venture out to this part of D&D history for the first time thanks to Goodman Games’ reprint of the classic adventures.
The D&D team, along with some friends from the YouTube and Twitch community, play in an ongoing live stream of Dungeons & Dragons, titled Dice, Camera, Action!
Moloch was once Master of Malbolge, but now exists as an exile from the Nine Hells. His idol was defaced on the cover of the first Player’s Handbook, and his stats are previewed in the latest issue of Dragon+
It takes a lot to transform an idea from concept to rules mechanic–and earlier this week, Jeremy Crawford, lead rules designer for D&D sat down with the folks at Dragon+ to talk about the D&D design process. So let’s peek behind the screen and see what makes both Dungeons and Dragons.
One-Shot adventures are a fantastic aspect of D&D. Whether you’re looking to introduce people to the game, or are looking for something different from your normal campaign–there’s a lot that you can mine from a good one-shot. Join Mike Mearls and D&D Beyond to talk one-shots.
This week on Mordenkainen’s Mayhem, two of the largest and in chargest creatures in the book go toe to toe. In one corner, an all-singing, all-dancing, all-devouring beast of the multiverse, the Astral Dreadnaught vs. the unstoppable flow of the Leviathan. Take a look at these two monsters in action.
Mordenkainen’s Tome of Foes will be coming out in a month or so–and with that release date imminent, folks like Fantasy Grounds and Roll20 are gearing up for the digital drop. Today, courtesy of Sage Advice and Roll20, we’ve got a look inside Mordenkainen’s Tome of Foes.