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As a budding DM who just started her first full length campaign, I’m always looking for D&D resources. Minis and maps and terrain are at a premium these days. It can be hard to figure out what you might need and when you will need it. That’s where Dungeon in […]
Hopefully, these suggestions have got you thinking about the perfect DM gift ideas for this holiday season. Leave a comment letting us know what you’re getting your DM!
Gauntlet Con 2019 is almost here! The Gauntlet gaming community is hosting their annual convention later this month and I am absolutely so stoked to share this with all the Nerdophiles readers out there. You know we’re fans of RPGs around these parts but there’s more out there than just […]
Immersive Dungeons & Dragons Tabletop RPG Adventure Boxes Dungeons & Dragons is a layered game. At its core it is about imagination and story telling. However, you can’t bring a bunch of nerds around a table to talk fantasy without some of them getting carried away. D&D has become a […]
Half Truth ON KICKSTARTER Who doesn’t love a good game of trivia? Half Truth is a new game from Studio71 designed by legendary game designer Richard Garfield (Magic: The Gathering). He is joined by Jeopardy! world record winner Ken Jennings as a co-creator on the game. Half Truth is a […]
Dungeons & Dragons has taken the geek world by storm the past few years. More people are flocking to tables and online platforms to tell stories and kill monsters. As a happy side-effect, people are coming out of the woodwork to expand the way people play. Dungeon Craft is an […]
A group of adventurers recline in a warm tavern, enjoying food and drink and rest. It is how most good stories start in Dungeons and Dragons. A rag-tag group of characters get thrown together and pushed into a journey of the DMs making, fighting monsters and facing demons as they vie for […]
PAX Unplugged 2018: Battle It Out Transformers Style With A New Trading Card Game from Wizards of the Coast
I grew up with Wizards of the Coast (WotC). My formative years were spent hanging out at my local game store. I loved Pokemon and sometimes dipped into the world of Magic the Gathering. WotC was a staple, and the world of trading card games wouldn’t be the same without them. Fast-forward to […]