Playing the Game
D&D has always worked on the assumption that adventurers work together as a group. Which group, then, works best?
This article will cover the basics, but it will also try to be comprehensive and realistic on all the expectations and information that you will need to get started.
Rules and resources for solo tabletop RPGs have become more prolific in recent years, with designers crafting their own systems and adapting fan favorites for parties of one.
Sitting around a table with a group of your friends and trying to work as a cohesive unit can be extremely challenging, let alone attempting to do so with people you barely know.
The Advanced Dungeons & Dragons Dungeon Master’s Guide introduced me to the concept of henchmen. They were a follower loyal to your main character and provided another character that you could control.
How do you build in good social interaction in Dungeons and Dragons?
So how can we incorporate roleplaying into more aspects of the game? How do we RP combat?
When you’re a player in a roleplaying game, you generally immerse yourself in the role of a character. But sometimes you might want or need to be more than one character at a time.
What non-D&D, and non-D&D-esque/based games are there out there for you? Let’s talk fantasy games!
Online play is not without its challenges, of course. That said, it can also bring with it certain advantages, and, done properly, it can be almost as fun as live play.