Welcome, all of you bright eyed and eager adventurers, you wizened story keepers, and you newly budding story tellers.
Welcome to Bravo, Bard! It is here that I will guide you through the intricacies of tabletop roleplaying.
Together with me we will explore what makes tabletop roleplaying so great. We will cover the basics on how to get started, and how to avoid the problems that everyone faces while playing.
For the Player
Tasha’s Cauldron of Everything brings a little bit of, well, everything. There are updates and new subclasses for each class. The class we’ll be looking at today is the barbarian, and the two subclasses that have been added. How do they compare with other primal paths? Let’s take a look.
The first class to look at in Tasha’s Cauldron of Everything is also the newest. The artificer was first introduced in Eberron, and the whole class has been reprinted here, with a couple of additions. Let’s take a look at how it stacks up to the other classes, and where it fits into he game […]
For the Game Master
Tasha’s Cauldron of Everything brings a variety of additions to the rules of 5th edition, the first of which being changes to race bonuses. This comes as a response to the discourse around the community regarding the more unsavory aspects of the racial system in D&D. A problem that is symptomatic of the problematic tropes […]
The next big rules expansion for fifth edition is here! Tasha’s Cauldron of Everything is the next update of rules, including a variety of character options and dm tools. It’s essentially Xanathar’s Guide 2: electric boogaloo. So how does this book stack up to its predecessor? Let’s take a preliminary look to see what awaits […]
For the Adventurer
The new book Mythic Odyssey of Theros is the newest D&D book. Inspired by the Magic The Gathering plane, Theros is heavily inspired itself by Greek legends. That means epic heroes, meddling gods, and the tales they lead. Sounds perfect for a Dungeons and Dragons campaign! I’ll be reviewing books in sections from now on, […]
Recent events have driven us all to our homes. Luckily social isolation doesn’t mean our games have to come to a screeching halt. We have the technology. Thanks to apps like Roll20 and Discord, I am able to continue my games right from the comfort of my home. The only problem? I haven’t played any […]