Tag: D&D

  • ARCHIVE Day 80: The Sinister Fun of Being a DM

    ARCHIVE Day 80: The Sinister Fun of Being a DM

    Original Release: May 26th, 2018 Last night, me and my friends partook in another session of Dungeons and Dragons, and a successful one at that. They fought many monsters (those being centaurs and a LITERAL FUCKING T-REX) and had to sneak their way past the guards of a town under lock-down. It was a blast. […]

  • Day 196: My Favorite D&D Monsters

    Day 196: My Favorite D&D Monsters

    I feel like I’ve made my feelings about Dungeons and Dragons abundantly clear over the course of this blog. But in case you’re new or you’ve missed those posts, I’ll repeat myself once again: this is my favorite tabletop game. Ever. The sense of creativity, freedom and adventure you can get with a solid group […]

  • ARCHIVE Day 58: Is an Effective D&D Character a Fun D&D Character?

    ARCHIVE Day 58: Is an Effective D&D Character a Fun D&D Character?

    Dungeons and Dragons is easily my favorite tabletop game of all time. The pure amount of freedom, creativity, and fun to be had with this game is unparalleled to me. But god knows it’s not accessible without a proper guide. Sure, 5th Edition has made it a lot easier to get into, but there’s still […]

  • ARCHIVE Day 46: The Appeal of Role-Playing

    ARCHIVE Day 46: The Appeal of Role-Playing

    Original Release: 4/13/18 Have you ever played Dungeons and Dragons? If you haven’t, I’d highly recommend it. Yes, it can be hard to gather all the necessary materials (those being three separate manuals, character sheets, multiple sets of seven dice, pencils, a screen to hide the DM’s stuff, and so on) and getting together with […]