D&D 5eReviews

UA: Three-Pillar Experience Breakdown

The August Unearthed Arcana article addresses an alternate approach to awarding experience. In particular, it promises to promote exploration and ...
History of the Classes

The Fighter Class, Part One

I listened to your votes in the comments thread of my last article, and promptly ignored them when my wife ...
D&D 5eHistory of the Classes

The Monk Class, Part Nine

At last, after a month of covering a few other topics, we come to the conclusion of the History of ...
D&D 5eMagic the GatheringMonsters & NPCsPlayer ResourcesReviews

Plane Shift: Amonkhet Breakdown

James Wyatt recently released the fourth conversion of a Magic: the Gathering setting to D&D 5e. Amonkhet is an Egyptian-inspired ...
InterviewsMurders & AcquisitionsTribal Knowledge

Designer Interview: Craig Campbell

Through a mutual acquaintance, I recently met fellow Atlanta-area game designer Craig Campbell, creator of the Murders & Acquisitions tabletop game, part ...
D&D 5eGreyhawkReviews

UA: Greyhawk Initiative Breakdown

Several weeks ago in Twitter, Mearls explained a variant initiative system that he had been playing round with, and today ...
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Hit Points, Dying, and Death

Quite some time back, the estimable Tim Baker sent me this: I had an idea for a topic or maybe even ...
D&D 3.5eHistory of the ClassesWuxia / Oriental Adventures

The Monk Class, Part Eight

At a reader’s request, I’m going back to the 3.0 Oriental Adventures and covering the monk prestige classes found there. ...
Feywild/ShadowfellGM ResourcesTribal Knowledge

Alternate Fey Courts

A few conversations about my series on the fey reminded me that there were more articles I wanted to write, ...
D&D 3.5eHistory of the Classes

The Monk Class, Part Seven

At the request of a reader, this article in the History of the Monk offers an overview of the monk-friendly ...