DnD Cross Over: Yawgmoth

So with Magic: The Gathering going to a D&D realm for the first time they have released a few character sheets on their website for what some of the famous planeswalkers would look like in the world of D&D. (Click here to see those) That got me thinking about what some other character from otherContinue reading “DnD Cross Over: Yawgmoth”

Wizards brings Class to MTG!

Last week, during the spoilers and previews, we were introduced to a new type of card coming in Adventures in the Forgotten Realms set for MTG. While theorizing about the different things we may see coming from Magic the Gatherings’ first venture into a Dungeons and Dragons world, I had many thoughts. The dungeon cardsContinue reading “Wizards brings Class to MTG!”

The Mastermind behind the Queen and Air and Darkness

This is part four in our ongoing investigation into what is the mystery behind the Queen of Air and Darkness. Part One studied the origins behind her creation in the land of Landinion. Part Two brought information to light about Auril, the Frostmaiden of Faerun, and her possible connection to the shattered Queen. Part threeContinue reading “The Mastermind behind the Queen and Air and Darkness”

Exploring Ravenloft: Cyre 1313, Eberron and Snowpiercer

The new book, Van Richten’s Guide to Ravenloft, is chocked full of wonderous ideas for a horror filled D&D adventure. The Magic Tavern is gearing up for a year of such adventures full of dark, horrific venues with demonic denizens and lots of great options to play. So, we welcome this book with open arms.Continue reading “Exploring Ravenloft: Cyre 1313, Eberron and Snowpiercer”

Dread Elementals: The Grave is Not the End

This dark and horrid monster is brought to you by BDC and The Magic Tavern Following the path of dark cultists and even darker, tainted magics, you come to the end of your journey; the place of the dead. So far, those of you who are left, have survived trail by PYRE, BLOOD and ROT.Continue reading “Dread Elementals: The Grave is Not the End”

BARDS OF STRIXHAVEN: SILVERQUILL

The following suggestions and thoughts are brought to you by BDC and The Magic Tavern! If there is one constant when it comes to bards, it’s that they like to talk. Most think it’s because they love the sound of their voice. And, while they do, they use words because they have found power inContinue reading “BARDS OF STRIXHAVEN: SILVERQUILL”

Dread Elementals: Creature of Rot and Mist

With a book coming out in May bringing back the feel, flavor and lore of Ravenloft, it gets me thinking of what they could possibly be bringing to the table. We already know that, unlike Curse of Strahd, we’re getting not one but a multitude of varying domains and big bads as well. As IContinue reading “Dread Elementals: Creature of Rot and Mist”

Character Reference: Can even a fiend be redeemed?

The following bit of Lore dump and insanity was brought to you by BDC It was one of those classic moments. The DM takes a player to the side to roleplay an important scene. In this instance, a new character that had only had two sessions gets caught up in a regional conflict between valiantContinue reading “Character Reference: Can even a fiend be redeemed?”

Dread Elementals: The Pyre

A Pyre Elemental can be summoned only during a time of great mourning.  Celebrations like the Feast of the Moon are perfect times while the good people of the hosting city accept the grieving from many different kingdoms.  It is traditionally part of the Feast where the dead are remembered and celebrated.  But within thisContinue reading “Dread Elementals: The Pyre”

In a different class: Bards are more than a song

What comes to mind when I bring up the class: Bard? Most times we see an extrovert troubadour obnoxiously making time with anything that moves all the while playing the songs that not only make the girls cry, but inspires the party to fight harder and their enemies to wimp out and run in fear.Continue reading “In a different class: Bards are more than a song”