Why Play Kenku?

The Following is brought to you by BDC Looking over races to play, there is one race that gets a pass way too many times. Either that or they are completely misunderstood and destined to become annoying or a joke character. Now, cheers to you who actually make this race work and make amazing charactersContinue reading “Why Play Kenku?”

Forgotten Draconic Gods of the Feywild

We’re back with D&D Forgotten and a series of articles displaying some of the old draconic gods that we hope show up in the upcoming book (due in September), Fizban’s Treasury of Dragons. We already know we’re getting the Gem Dragons in that book. We also know that they are offering this draconic content forContinue reading “Forgotten Draconic Gods of the Feywild”

I would like to RAGE? Barbarian Options and Flavors!

This bit of fun comes from the twisted mind of BDC. Ok, before I get started, I would like to make something perfectly clear. There is nothing at all wrong with playing a Barbarian and pulling a ‘Willingham’ by simply saying, ‘I would like to rage’. If you’re either a new player or a playerContinue reading “I would like to RAGE? Barbarian Options and Flavors!”

The Wild Beyond the Witchlight brings new domain ideas to D&D

The following insanity is brought to you by BDC We are one month away from Fifth Edition’s first content about the Feywild (In detail, at least) in Wizard’s newest offering; The Wild in the Witchlight!. And man, are we giddy! We already had a fleshing out of the Domains of Dread back in Van Richten’sContinue reading “The Wild Beyond the Witchlight brings new domain ideas to D&D”

Warlock Patron: The Archfey of Happy Thoughts

In going over the upcoming Feywild adventure book, The Wild in the Witchlight, we found that they were giving it the DOMAIN treatment much like Ravenloft has sported for over two decades. Only, instead of Domains of Dread, Chris Perkins and his whimsical pixies over at Wizards of the Coast are treating us to DomainsContinue reading “Warlock Patron: The Archfey of Happy Thoughts”

Forgotten Draconic Gods of D&D: NULL, the Triune of Death

We’re back with D&D Forgotten with a series of articles displaying some of the old draconic gods that we hope show up in the upcoming book (due in September), Fizban’s Treasury of Dragons. We already know we’re getting the Gem Dragons in that book. We also know that they are offering this draconic content forContinue reading “Forgotten Draconic Gods of D&D: NULL, the Triune of Death”

Fizban’s Treasury brings new content on all things dragon

The D&D community was blessed with an announcement of yet another book coming in October. On top of The Wild beyond the Witchlight, a Feywild adventure book, coming in September and the MTG crossover, Strixhaven: A Curriculum of Chaos, due in November, Fizban’s rounds out a pretty good end of year. Although there a fewContinue reading “Fizban’s Treasury brings new content on all things dragon”

Forgotten gods of D&D: Astilabor, the Hoardmistress

We’re back with D&D Forgotten with a series of articles displaying some of the old draconic gods that we hope show up in the upcoming book (due in September), Fizban’s Treasury of Dragons. We already know we’re getting the Gem Dragons in that book. We also know that they are offering this draconic content forContinue reading “Forgotten gods of D&D: Astilabor, the Hoardmistress”

D&D Crossover: Banner/Hulk

NOTE: This is a build that grew from our new Stream on Saturday nights around 7 PM called COLD BREW where we take a subject and do what we do best; brainstorm ideas. This Saturday the 24th we will discuss CLERICS. Come join us with your personal builds and ideas to help us conceive someContinue reading “D&D Crossover: Banner/Hulk”

DND Crossover: The Strange Case of Jekyll/Hyde

NOTE: This is a build that grew from our new Stream on Saturday nights around 7 PM called COLD BREW where we take a subject and do what we do best; brainstorm ideas. This Saturday the 17th we will discuss BARDS. Come join us with your personal builds and ideas to help us conceive someContinue reading “DND Crossover: The Strange Case of Jekyll/Hyde”