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We are very excited to announce our new Ambassador Program. This program is designed to be an outreach & training program for your local stores, helping teach DMs about D&D, and specifically providing the latest information about D&D Adventurers League Public Play.

Ambassador Program





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  Some of the most iconic adventures in literature and mythology have the hero engaging in a battle of wits with a nefarious guardian of some lost treasure or artifact. The Sphinx’s riddle or unraveling the mystery of eternal life in The Epic of Gilgamesh are, arguably, the most famous. And since Dungeons & Dragons directly and unabashedly references many of these older stories, it is not surprising that some adventures – published or homebrewed […]

Mastering the Game: Puzzles and Player Immersion




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A Fusion of Imagination.   Dungeons & Dragons is such an influential cultural phenomenon that it helped inspire the creators of Magic: The Gathering into launching their own influential cultural phenomenon; one that would eclipse (and save the IP of) its predecessor TSR Inc. But the relationship between D&D and M:TG players hasn’t always been the best. SO maybe you’re like me, torn between two worlds. What can you do? You love D&D 5e but […]

Around the Web: Zendikar


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  Your party is doing very well, overcoming amazing challenges and responding to monsters’ onslaughts with ease and now the thing you fear has come to pass; your players are bored. Most DMs respond to player boredom or apathy with increased CR monsters; if the 5 level 6 players are sweeping through the Hobgoblin band led by one Hobgoblin Captain, then maybe two or three, or maybe all the hobgoblins should be captains? While it may […]

Mastering the Game: Monster Tactics





Around the Web: Retro Reporting on DnD
For many middle-aged players of Dungeons & Dragons, we remember vividly having to defend our hobby to parents, teachers, ministers, and detractors alike. Many of the younger players still ask what it was like growing up in a time when D&D was dangerous. RetroReporting takes a look back at D&D; the hobby, the hysteria, and the history of a cultural phenomenon.

Around the Web: Retro Reporting on DnD