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Big Book of Battle Maps by Matt Henderson

by Ben Feeon 23/10/2018
There’re two kinds of people who run roleplay games. The first are those who spend hours creating meticulous maps of all the places their players could possibly visit, spending literally millions of moneys on paper and ink and wasting their own precious, precious time. Stop doing that. Buy this book. The second are those who […]

Matthew Lillard talks Waterdeep: Dragon Heist

by Erinon 29/06/2018
With Beadle & Grimm’s Pandemonium Warehouse releasing the much anticipated Platinum Edition Dungeons & Dragons box, Waterdeep: Dragon Heist, in just a few months time, I spoke with one of the company’s founders, Matthew Lillard (actor, director, producer, entrepreneur, blue-haired-punk-god-that-one-time, D&D enthusiast) to learn more. Lillard has been a D&D fan for most of his […]

Interview – Ian Livingstone UKGE 2018

by Matt Gearyon 10/06/2018
We had the great pleasure of Interviewing the Godfather of modern table top gaming in the UK, Ian Livingstone, at UKGE.. A legend and a gent.

D&D is Evil!

by Matt Gearyon 01/05/2018
A friend of mine sent me this video from youtube and within, and this is dead serious, is an episode of 60 minutes, from 1985, investigating if D&D is in fact… evil,  and causing kids to kill themselves and each other… Seriously, take a look. And here was me thinking it was all down to […]

“The Dice Cup” Interview – Tabletop Pride

by Tom Sorsbyon 14/03/2016
I used to be a frequent visitor to the fair city of Nottingham, as my other half was living there for a good while. Now she’s moved up to sunny Sheffield with me, visiting our friends in Nottingham has sadly become a rare trip. On my last visit however, I was fortunate to be taken […]

Icewind Dale: Enhanced Edition

by Tom Sorsbyon 06/01/2016
Originally released in 2000 by Black Isle, running the 2nd Edition D&D rules, Icewind Dale was given an injection of fresh life by Beamdog in 2014 with the release of the Enhanced Edition. While anybody with even a passing interest in D&D or its gaming adaptations will have heard of Baldur’s Gate, in my experience, […]

A Dungeons & Dragons Reboot? Or: “Roll a Will Save VS Bad Cinema.”

by MrCraiggyon 18/08/2015
  So, as you may have heard, Warner Brothers have snapped up the rights to Dungeons & Dragons to do another movie under the title of the gaming franchise. As I’ve already mentioned in my previous article, I am a long-time fan of the D&D franchise, having played the tabletop game since college and its […]

Dice Masters: Or, “New Ways for Craig to Spend Money He Shouldn’t!”

by MrCraiggyon 10/08/2015
Dice Masters. A collectable “dice building” game by WizKids first released back in April 2014. With over a year and several expansions and variants under its belt, Dice Masters has maintained a solid player-base and has expanded across several creative licenses. Originally the game started with Marvel Comics leading the way with the Avengers VS X-Men […]

Dread – Hardcore Jenga RPG

by Tom Sorsbyon 06/07/2015
Recently, my regular tabletop gaming group finished its 5th Edition D&D Campaign, which started as a 3.5E game about five years ago, went on hiatus, got cancelled, and eventually rebooted during the 5th Edition Playtesting period. We’re working up some Star Wars: Edge of the Empire characters for our next big thing, but until then, […]

Tunes for the Table

by Tom Sorsbyon 22/05/2015
In the episode of The IT Crowd, “Jen The Fredo”, Moss hosts a tabletop role-playing session, using music to create an “atmos”. The result is, as we know, ruddy mysterious. The right backing music in videogames enhances the experience for players immeasurably – after a while of hearing the same score, sure, you might mute […]