Our friends over at The Mage College just published a new subclass for Rogues on DM's Guild, and it's pretty spectacular! The Chaotician is a Rogue who learns to, as described by the authors, "harness the forces of chaos and fortune in a more magical fashion" to turn the tide of battle in their favour every time.... Continue Reading →
Check out this article Natalie wrote as a contributor to The Mage College!
Not everyone is known for their strength and fighting prowess – sometimes you need brilliance from behind the scenes to orchestrate something bigger into motion in order to ensure victory. Such is the role of a tactician. One of my favourite video game references of this is from Dragon Age: Inquisition – your council of Commander Cullen, Josephine, and Leliana are all tacticians, with different strengths. Together they devise a strategy to lead the Inquisition to victory, utilizing the forces they have available. And that kind of character is definitely one that you can choose to play in D&D.
For the record – this is just a recipe, and like most recipes, there’s no one way to really create the dish. So take this with a grain of salt and add your own flair to it, especially taking into consideration how you like to play.
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WE'RE BACK! After a temporary hiatus (translation: I got bored of everything that was being crowdfunded at the time), Kickin' Starters is BACK and we have found more amazing things for you to spend your money on. 'Tis the season for online shopping, which is probably how I ended up back here, but let's get... Continue Reading →
https://soundcloud.com/user-156428307/bardic-inspiration-episode-3-from-the-dead A party member is dead, the crew is scattered, and werewolves are still running rampant in Waterdeep. What's the group to do? This episode is brought to you by Libris Arcana and their monthly dice subscriptions! Next episode will air on October 16.
Alright, so taking a brief tangent away from specifically D&D (and tabletop RPGs in general) to slide on over to just general board games, and how to have more fun with them. I wanted to talk today about the importance of playtesting, and specifically the act of going out to play test other peoples' games.... Continue Reading →