Photo: Think Geek Why play Dungeons and Dragons when you can eat Dungeons and Dragons?! First the dragon cake and now edible chocolate dice! Comes in all your favorite varieties – d4, d6, d8, d10, d12, and even d20! Made by Dice Candies, comes in a wide range of chocolates like milk, organic, white, and dark. Link [...]
What do old school tabletop gamers, people who have recently discovered pen and paper roleplaying games, and those who are sick of paying a monthly fee for their MMO and/or want to actually see their fellow players sitting across from them have in common? Wizards of the Coast want you to help them develop the [...]
(Video Link) Allie Goertz wrote and performed a touching song about how gamers escape from their mundane lives into worlds of their own creation. “Tonight” captures the role-playing experience so very well. -via Nerd Bastards Previously: Dungeons & Dragons Song: Roll a D6 A Song about the Dungeons & Dragons Monster Manual
Ugh. It’s been about seven years since I’ve played Dungeons & Dragons, and it shows. I scored only 8 out of 22 (although I did recognize that one was not, as suggested, a “coast guard spork”). My usual weapon of choice for fighter characters was a polearm of some sort, so I expected to do [...]
(YouTube link) She loves playing Dungeons & Dragons, but she wants more. Can true love drag a nerd out of the basement long enough for a dinner date? The animation by Brad Jonas accompanies a song by the Doubleclicks. -Thanks, A Seventy!
If you’re a geek of a certain age and inclination, you remember the Monster Manual — a compendium of monsters for Dungeons & Dragons, including vital statistics (does the monster breathe fire, resist acid, turn you into stone with its gaze, etc.) and creative illustrations. Depending on your age, you probably have a single edition [...]