table top

Table top games take us back to the good ole gaming days, before we had to plug in to play.

  • Brianna Wrigley
    Published 5 days ago
    Actions do Have Consequences (Part 1)

    Actions do Have Consequences (Part 1)

    This is the story of how my very first Dungeons and Dragons party made a huge mistake in selling a weapon, and then had to save the world because of it. I'm going to split this into a few parts for several reasons. This story covers multiple in-game levels, adventures, and settings. Many of these events will be made into smaller stories if they don't directly tie into this plot line.
  • Brianna Wrigley
    Published 7 days ago
    The beginning of a rocky road...

    The beginning of a rocky road...

    As eventful as my first Dungeons and Dragons session was, it was merely the beginning of a series. A series of unfortunate events, if you will. As this is a much longer tale, I will narrate from my own perspective rather than that of my character as I did in my recounting of my first session.
  • Brianna Wrigley
    Published 8 days ago
    My First D&D Session

    My First D&D Session

    In January of 2019, a few months after I moved, I made some new friends that were part of a Dungeons and Dragons group. Around May I got invited to join them, so I thought why not give it a try? I'd heard a lot about it and thought it would be fun.
  • Tiffany Wells
    Published 13 days ago
    The DM's Guide to 1's and 20's

    The DM's Guide to 1's and 20's

    The game Dungeons and Dragons (DnD) is popular among fans of many genres. The game has been referenced in television shows from Gravity Falls or Stranger Things. I am an fan of DnD and play the game in my free time. The creativity the game allows is endless since it gives the players options on what race and class to play. The main point of DnD is being with friends and following the Dungeon Master's (DM) story. The fate of the players is left to the dice, but the most used and popular dice is the twenty-sided dice.
  • Rachael Arsenault
    Published 15 days ago
    Storytelling in Critical Role: What We Can Learn, and What Can't Be Replicated

    Storytelling in Critical Role: What We Can Learn, and What Can't Be Replicated

    Over the last five years, Critical Role has established itself as a storytelling giant, a talented and varied company, and a cultural force. They have produced official, Wizards of the Coast approved campaign books and the largest Kickstarter-funded TV/film project in history. [1] But, perhaps most importantly to fans, they have created incredible characters and long, complex narratives.
  • Jackson Haime
    Published 21 days ago
    Memorable Magic in DnD 5e

    Memorable Magic in DnD 5e

    Magic Items are one of the core engagements of Dungeons and Dragons campaigns. They are better rewards than gold, more impactful than most NPCs, and define characters as much as their abilities do. With that in mind, shouldn't magic items be spectacular? If they are some of the most essential elements of the game, why are we still finding +1 Swords at the end of a dungeon?
  • Howard
    Published 24 days ago
    Dungeons And Dragons 5th Edition - Beginner Guide For You

    Dungeons And Dragons 5th Edition - Beginner Guide For You

    If you are new to the dungeons and dragons, then this might be the perfect article for you in which you will get to learn about some basic rules. There are so many games launched in the market, among which dungeons and dragons are the best and popular because of its gameplay style.
  • Dechawat Arsanam
    Published about a month ago
    New Monopoly in Quarantine

    New Monopoly in Quarantine

    Monopoly, is it that classical game we play during our childhood years with our friends and families members.... however, with technologies such as the iPhone, Smartphones or any electronic gaming devices we now own in our everyday usage, the gameboard had been placed in the attic or basement collecting dust particles.
  • HR Burton
    Published about a month ago
    10 Fun Board Games to Play

    10 Fun Board Games to Play

    Entering the world of intense and actually fun board games opens you up to fun other worlds and scenarios that can test your mind and let you enjoy the company of others who also want to play. These are some of the funnest board games that I’ve ever played! Note: I will not be telling you how to play and things like that because that’s what the instructions are for!
  • David Hill
    Published about a month ago
    Breaking down the differences between the various formats of poker

    Breaking down the differences between the various formats of poker

    One of the most popular forms of poker these days is Texas Hold ’em. However, it isn’t the only one available. In fact, there are lots and lots of exciting games to choose from, each with their own unique ups and downs. Poker as an industry is big, attracting around 100 million people around the world. This is no surprise, considering the variety and depth offered by the game. So, if you’re looking for something to do at the minute, poker is guaranteed to keep you entertained for hours!
  • Hannah Adelsberg-McLean
    Published about a month ago
    Dungeons and Dragons and Dice Rolls

    Dungeons and Dragons and Dice Rolls

    You'll find a lot of people talking about what they've done to keep themselves sane during the lockdown. Some people have cleaned their houses from top to bottom, some have started making craft products or learned how to bake. I have done none of those things. Instead, I doubled down on my rampant denial of reality and looked to find a way to fully ensconse myself in some kind of fantasy world.
  • Neal Litherland
    Published about a month ago
    How To Build Nightwing in The Pathfinder RPG

    How To Build Nightwing in The Pathfinder RPG

    Batman might be one of the most infamous heroes of the DC comics universe, skilled and strong enough to take on all comers, but he's only one man. Like all great crusaders, the Dark Knight needed a squire; a role is filled by Robin. While several heroes have worn that mantle over the years, this particular build will focus on Dick Grayson; the first Robin who grew into the hero Nightwing.