When people think of Dungeons and Dragons, they think of E. Gary Gygax. But the true master of Role Playing Games was Frank Mentzer. It's time he and his work were given the credit they deserve.
In Dungeons and Dragons, a chaotic-neutral lives for themself and values personal freedom above all. Learn about what traits define this alignment and how to properly play a chaotic-neutral character.
Learn how to make a character in D&D v3.5—including choosing a race or class, learning stats, picking skills, getting the right equipment, and creating a character description. Good luck!
Dungeons and Dragons can be overwhelming for beginners. This article offers some guidance around what new players should expect and suggestions for how they should work their way into the game.
Have you ever wondered what you needed to start playing Dungeons and Dragons? The mystery is over. This article gives a general explanation and some insight into the best tabletop RPG ever.
Creating a 4th Edition Dungeons and Dragons character is a daunting and lengthy process. Learn what materials you will need, as well as available races, classes, and abilities.
There are two similar kits to help you get started playing "Dungeons and Dragons" 5e—the Starter Set and the Essentials Kit. This article will help you decide which set is right for you.
This article describes the influence Gary Gygax, creator of Dungeons and Dragons, had on the author and millions of other kids in the 1970s
What do you think of when you think of adventure games? Treasure! This article examines Dungeons and Dragons treasure, and how players can increase their chances of finding it.