dungeons and dragons
Rule of Chaos has created a new setting and ruleset for Dungeons & Dragons Fifth Edition. Published by Alexander Amstler, it is a new way to play your favorite ttrpg by focusing play onto powerful demons of various shapes and sizes. Rule of Chaos – Demonic 5E features 6 new playable demon races, 10 re-imagined classes, and hundreds of new magic item, subclass, and template combinations that will never make the same game!
The newest Dragons of Stormwreck Isle Starter Set from Wizards of the Coast and Hasbro showcases a tutorial-style approach mixed with a classic adventure style to bring brand-new players into the fold. The starter set features everything you need to explore your first campaign – but its emphasis on new players may leave experienced players looking for another plot hook.
Dungeons and Dragons have an All-star cast of Franchise worthy actors like Chris Pine, Regé-Jean Page, Michelle Rodriguez, and Sophia Lillis. This movie is not the first time an adaptation got made out of this Tabletop RPG franchise.
Mythroll Armory is back with another twist on the traditional D20 dice. In the past they’ve invented Die of Newt, a set of dice with lizard designs, Doodle Dice, blank dice with an included set of markers, and foldable dice you can fit into the credit card slots of a wallet. This time, their latest project puts a real emphasis on the second word in Dungeons & Dragons.
Kobold Press, makers of mountains and mountains of D&D expansion material, are about to throw another one on the pile: Tome of Heroes launches its Kickstarter campaign next month. The book will contain rules for new character races and subclasses, weapon options, and powerful spells, along with new equipment, expanded magic rules, and a whole lot more. CEO Wolfgang Baur and Kobold Press editor Meagan Maricle will be revealing more about the book next week on Kobold Chats, this coming Wednesday, July 28 at 12 PM Pacific.
The art studio Conceptopolis has worked for many brands such as G.I. Joe, Marvel, DC, Lego, and Dungeons & Dragons….and it’s that last one that’s the focus of their latest Kickstarter campaign. We’re not talking about an official D&D expansion, but an original campaign that works with D&D’s 5th Edition.
Wizards of the Coast has announced the next D&D campaign set will be called Icewind Dale: Rime of the Frostmaiden. Set in the far northern region of the Forgotten Realms, you’re going to need your most powerful parkas to take on the titular Frostmaiden, who principal narrative designer Chris Perkins calls “a god who basically embodies winter’s wrath and cruelty.” Perkins says John Carpenter’s The Thing was a big inspiration for the campaign.
Today is a big day for Wizards of the Coast, owners of D&D…March 17 is the street date for two hyped-up releases, one a tie-in with the popular liveplay show Critical Role.
The Mythroll Armory RPG Dice Spinner Kickstarter launched today. Have you ever had this problem?
The success and popularity of Critical Role has resulted in a lot of livestreams and podcasts where friends get together, play D&D and record their adventures. A new group, D&D Cast Party, is about to launch and their first live D&D event is coming up later this month.
Earlier this year, Skybound Games announced a deal with PC game developer Beamdog to port its library of classic D&D-based RPGs to home consoles. Today the fruits of their labor are for sale: Baldur’s Gate, Baldur’s Gate ll, Baldur’s Gate: Siege of Dragonspear, Icewind Dale, Planescape: Torment and Neverwinter Nights. Many of these will be new to console gamers, and if so, they’re in for a treat.