Playing the Game
Now, more than ever Dungeons & Dragons and other tabletop roleplaying like it are making a massive comeback. In fact, there are currently an estimated 13.7 million Dungeons & Dragons players in the world.
While the transition will likely be more labor-intensive for DMs than players, there’s still a lot that those of us in front of the screen can do to make the DM’s job easier!
We might not be able to physically reach across the table in glee when the vile red dragon falls, or feel the tremble of the wooden table under the weight of a maximized fireball’s d6’s, but we can still create stories & battle monsters in worlds of our own design.
I’m not saying mind control is necessarily a bad element. But it’s something the players should use on the NPCs, or that the villains use on the players.
You’ve probably heard of and used “yes, and…” at your table, but today Ryan and Dawn share two alternatives that are great additions to you TTRPG role play.
While it may be a sad occasion, no one’s feelings need to be hurt. Not when handled properly.
Cantrips are the cornerstone of a caster’s basic abilities.
No matter how solid your group is, losing someone always changes the dynamic in some way.
I’ve seen players that embrace a ranged or stealthy character, but who seemingly are unaware of the impact such play can have on their team.
It’s a great time to start a tabletop game online