The very first ever Dungeons & Dragons Player’s Handbook is now a PDF

If you ever wanted to re-live the ancient history of Dungeons & Dragons, you’re in luck — the very first Player’s Handbook, written and published in 1978 by the real-life wizard Gary Gygax, is now…

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#RPGaDAY: The first RPG I ever purchased

Well, it’s a classic, at least — the Dungeons & Dragons red box with the KILLER Larry Elmore art. Amusingly, what drove me to finally invest (does someone that young invest? Probably not) in roleplaying…

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Iconic Dungeons & Dragons artist David Trampier passes away

The artist who defined the look of early Dungeons & Dragons books, David A. Trampier, has passed away this weekend at the age of 59. Also known as “DAT” or “Tramp”, Trampier’s work can be…

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Iuz the Evil, The Savage Frontier and more in new DnDClassics release

A new batch of classic first- and second-edition D&D adventures have been released through Wizards’ official PDF site, This wave of releases includes: Thri-Kreen of Athas (2E Dark Sun) ($4.99) RM1 Roots of Evil…

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D&D 5E represents ‘a new spirit of collaboration’: We speak to Mike Mearls

We talk the DMs guild, D&D movies, and more.

Syrinscape creator: ‘we need having audio at your table to be the normal thing to do’

Ben Loomes wants everyone to bring sound to their tabletop.

Magic: The Gathering – Learn what your advantages are, and how to maximise them

We show you how to break MTG down into a game of statistics.

Blood Bowl, Epic, Necromunda and more coming back: GW relaunches Specialist Games

Plus: changes to Lord of the Rings.

Meet the man who hates Age of Sigmar so much that he set his Warhammer army on fire

$600 worth of melted plastic later, John regrets nothing.

Dungeons & Dragon’s launch trailer for Rage of Demons brings drow and demons to life

Quite the horror-movie-trailer vibe, too.