RPGs other than D&D

It may or may not surprise you that Dungeons & Dragons is not the only tabletop roleplaying game out there. In fact, there are hundreds. No matter what your preferred setting, play style, tone or level of complexity, chances are there's a tabletop roleplaying game that suits your taste. In this post, I'll share some … Continue reading RPGs other than D&D

Dungeons & Dragons & Libraries (Part III: Running the Program)

So, you've decided to start your own D&D Club at the library. You've read the Player's Handbook, you've got dice, a DM screen, character sheets, and pencils. Now what? Here are some lessons I've learned from my experience running a D&D Club at my library as well as some ideas for expanding and enhancing the … Continue reading Dungeons & Dragons & Libraries (Part III: Running the Program)

Dungeons & Dragons & Libraries (Part I: Starting a D&D Club)

Preparing for the long journey ahead...A few months ago, my interest in Dungeons & Dragons was reawakened. It had been roughly fifteen years since my last foray with the classic tabletop roleplaying game. Since that time, the game has evolved drastically; rules have been revised, new monsters have been added, and new playable classes have … Continue reading Dungeons & Dragons & Libraries (Part I: Starting a D&D Club)