Fantasy Grounds – D&D Volo’s Guide to Monsters

I’ve been going through the newly released D&D Volo’s Guide to Monsters module on Fantasy Grounds, and was also surprised to find a new Fantasy Grounds 3.2 update waiting for me. There are a lot of great new features and changes in the update. If you don’t know, Fantasy Grounds is a virtual tabletop experience that you can run games for your friends on your computer. It wotc5evgmautomates a lot of things like dice rolling, character sheets, campaign maps, and monster stats. You can play online, or use a digital screen on a table or a projector on a wall. Now if you want to learn more, you can go to Fantasy Grounds and get a demo version or you can get one on Steam.

D&D Curse of Strahd Now Available for Fantasy Grounds

Fantasy Grounds is launching Curse of Strahd today too! Fantasy Grounds’s digital tabletop version of the new storyline has all the maps provided in the book (for DMs and players) fully linked with content and monsters. You’ll also find the full tarokka deck with a random table generator to “roll” cards. Also check out the gallery with 7 images below.

Fantasy Grounds – Official D&D Virtual Tabletop License

Some big news has just started making the rounds about branded electronic content for D&D today. Fantasy Grounds is now selling officially licensed D&D content for use on their viritual tabletop.

Back in December, we interviewed Doug Davison of Fantasy Grounds. When asked “Do you have any new features or a major upgrade in development for Fantasy Grounds?“, he answered that they “are continuing to enhance FG for D&D 5E at the moment.” It looks like those enhancements were worth it as they are now able to offer products licensed from Wizards of the Coast.

Behind the Games – Interview with Doug Davison of Fantasy Grounds

I thought it might be a good idea to start interviewing some of the people behind the awesome products that are available for tabletop gamers. I met Doug on Facebook this week and I asked him if he would be interested in telling us about how he first became involved with tabletop gaming and Fantasy Grounds.