Love that old school, over the shoulder, dungeon crawler style game, but wish it wasn’t so bogged down in skills, feats, and algebra? Daggerdale might be right up your alley, but read before you buy, it wasn’t quite ready for the spotlight on release.
D&D: Daggerdale is the first console D&D game in seven years, which means it’s been a long wait for a good D&D experience on a console. Just how well does Bedlam Games’ Daggerdale live up to that pressure? Read this article to find out.
Choosing the right alignment is an important part of creating a character to play Dungeons and Dragons. In order to choose the right alignment each player needs to understand how they relate to Law, Chaos, Good and Evil.
Dungeons Masters have the most work to do in order for a Dungeons and Dragons game to be successful. They create the NPCs, the setting, the quests and loot. They are basically the god of the D&D world, so becoming one takes a little practice.
Character generation in Dungeons and Dragons involves many things, not the least of which is selection of the character’s class. This variable dictates the character’s abilities and his role in the group.
One of the few things that sets us humans apart from the other animals, aside from intelligent thought and opposable thumbs, is the ability to make fun of things! It’s an unwritten rule to which you agree when you slide your chair up to the gaming table. No holds barred, all is fair game!
Finding the perfect name for your new D&D character can be daunting. You want a name that strikes a certain feeling in the people who hear it, one that hasn’t been used a dozen times before, something unique? Perhaps a Dungeons and Dragons name generator is what you need!
Starting your very first Dungeons and Dragons game can be very daunting at first. The trickiest things about starting a game is getting enough people (2-6) and, if you are playing the 3.5 version, getting all of the necessary dungeons and dragons books.
Want to ensure your battle encounters are accurate as possible? Interested in seeing just how tall your character looks next to a dragon? A couple miniatures is all it takes! Collect and paint your own today!
Tired of having two dimensional NPCs? Need a character to join a buddy’s game, but don’t have the time to devote to totally fleshing out a character by hand? Perhaps a D&D character creator is what you need!
Choosing your dice gives you the chance to express yourself or your character at the gaming table. You can’t roll spot checks or attacks without them. Whether risen, crystal, wooden or metal, D&D dice are a necessity, read here to find places to order them online!