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Dimension 20 broke all the actual play rules to become the best D&D show around

Death is the hot new mechanic in Dungeons & Dragons’ fancy Planescape campaign

One of D&D’s most approachable campaigns yet is available now

Watch the Baldur’s Gate 3 cast play tabletop D&D in character on Twitch

Baldur’s Gate 3 gets even better when you make a new character

Here’s where to buy Baldur’s Gate 3

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Dungeons & Dragons introduces its first canonically autistic character

D&D’s latest campaign book feels specially made for fans of Baldur’s Gate 3

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The first adventure published for D&D’s 5th edition finally comes to a close

Daggerheart, the Critical Role publisher’s answer to D&D, feels indistinct

Get essential D&D books for their lowest prices ever

D&D’s worst book needs an update, and that’s an opportunity for creators of all stripes

D&D’s next iteration needs to keep things simple, too

D&D publisher updates policies after AI art discovered in latest book

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Gen Con 2023: All the best board games, RPGs, and card games from Indianapolis

Baldur’s Gate 2 is the most important game you shouldn’t play in 2023

We condensed years of D&D storylines to get you ready for Baldur’s Gate 3

Get eight classic fantasy RPGs for $12 at Humble

Dimension 20’s Dungeons and Drag Queens is a cultural reset for queer nerds

Great Prime Day deals on D&D and Critical Role are still available

D&D deals provide everything you need to become a Dungeon Master for less than $50

Dungeons & Dragons telegraphs 5th edition changes in major release

Dragonlance streaming series? Authors Weis and Hickman still hope it could happen

Dragonlance goes back in time with an excerpt from Dragons of Fate, a new novel

D&D lawsuit: The new TSR declares bankruptcy, pausing court case

How to play the D&D movie as a D&D game, according to the directors

D&D’s next adventures are being designed to come apart at the seams

So many new D&D books are coming in 2024, no printing company can handle them all

D&D’s virtual tabletop is off to a slow start, but designers say that’s very much the point

D&D has a messaging problem that goes beyond the OGL controversy

D&D’s revised core rulebooks will help grow better players and more Dungeon Masters

Critical Role will embark on a Zelda: Tears of the Kingdom one-shot

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