The Future of D&D: The Road to 2024

There were a lot of announcements in the Future of D&D segment of D&D Celebration, but I don’t think any had the impact of Ray Winningham confirming that 2024, D&D’s 50th Anniversary, would see a new version of the core rulebooks for Dungeons & Dragons. And nary the word edition mentioned anywhere. Very quickly after

The Future of D&D, Part Two: The Near Future

While we initially got to see some of the future design of “caster” stat blocks in The Wild Beyond the Witchlight, this doesn’t appear to be a one-time experiment. During the Future of D&D segment of D&D Celebration, new slipcase editions of books were announced, and they aren’t 100% reprints of the original versions of

What Do I Know About Reviews? Dueling Fops of Vindamere

Back in July of this year (2021, for those keeping track), I saw a Kickstarter that I thought would be up my alley. Unfortunately, I lost track of that Kickstarter, because, as is almost always the case, there were a lot of Kickstarters on my radar. This particular Kickstarter caught my attention because it was

The Future of D&D, Part One: Spellcasting NPCs

There was a lot going on at D&D Celebration this year, especially regarding the final round of announcements at the Future of D&D segment. While I’m planning on getting to the discussion of 2024 and the “is it 5.5 or what” aura surrounding the 50th Anniversary edition of the core rulebooks, I wanted to start

What Do I Know About First Impressions? Decuma

I love decks of cards. Even when there is an option to emulate a set of cards with a roll of the dice, I really like having the actual deck to use. I’ve got cypher decks from cypher system, I’ve got critical hit decks for 5th edition D&D, and I’ve even got multiple decks of


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