Does your RPG have better moments in it than some TV shows? Would it be cool to sit on the sofa, beer and pizza on offer, with your friends watching as your orc druid chased after the bandits?
GMs can takeover or transform into NPC characters like a cross between Quantum Leap and the 80s cartoon Dungeon Master wandering into a scene in the roleplaying mode.
When this post first went live, the data says that most D&D fans can't correctly answer "Who owns D&D Beyond?". Does it matter?
It's the run-up to D&D Live 2021, and Wizards of the Coast find themselves in hot water. Renegade and Paradox have pushed turbo on Vampire: The Masquerade, and while Kickstarter activity is down in launches, it's up in requests.
This poll is multi-part. It starts by asking whether you're interested in an official D&D VTT.
As a heads up, these are high-quality images. If you get the whole set, you'll need to find 4.5 GB of space on your hard drive.
The program includes generators to build NPCs on the fly as well as full shops and taverns. Need an encounter? Dungeoneer makes those too.
Speculation is mounting that Wizards of the Coast are working on or considering a virtual tabletop of their own.
Partners in the charity-supporting deal include the talented Alyssa Faden, Tom Cartos, Frog God Games and Cave Geek Art.
Astral video chat is only available if the Game Master is a Gold ($10 a month) or Platinum member.