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! DCA is a live play-through of D&D’s latest storyline run by Dungeon Master extraordinaire, Chris Perkins. Join as the adventure begins for our brave party!
It’s the weekend, which as we all know is for playing Dungeons and Dragons. So since we’ve been looking at lot at dungeons this week, to get the weekend going right, here’s a Dragon.
The Ranger is one of the more beleaguered classes in 5th Edition–today we have a look at some of the ways Mike Mearls has been considering revising it.
Dungeon of the Mad Mage is a perfect example of how to transform a collection of rooms into a living, breathing dungeon. Want to make your dungeons dynamic? Want to know why some feel so alive? Read on, Dungeon Masters.
The world of Nentir Vale is rife with danger and fallen gods and ancient ruins and mystery. It’s possibly one of my favorite settings, and the home of a new campaign run by D&D Franchise Creative Director Mike Mearls.
The Golgari Swarm is a Guild that operates deep beneath the world-spanning city of Ravnica, bringing life (and death) to the undercity–find out what drives the heart of the swarm.
There’s a lot going on on the Dungeons & Dragons Twitch channel these days – catch up with the adventures of the Waffle Crew in the Forgotten Realms and the Saving Throw Crew in Ravnica!
Art and Arcana collects artwork from across D&D’s 40+ year history–but this massive tome is so much more than just a collection of art. It’s history and ideas and everything that makes the game great.
Dungeons and Dragons has another survey out, this time looking for feedback on the new ship/vehicle combat rules released in this month’s Unearthed Arcana. Sink or swim? Wizards wants to know.
Step inside the design of a new subclass for Paladins, take a look at what goes into building a new archetype. Balance, cool features, and narrative–all these are on display in Part 2 of this design-a-paladin series.
Spotted on Amazon, from the same folks who made Art and Arcana–two new books aimed at younger readers, introducing them to monsters, adventurers, and D&D.
Today folks, we look at what makes the titular villain from Waterdeep: Dungeon of the Mad Mage such a Mad Mage. At CR 23, he’s a prime example of how to handle high-powered opponents in your game.