dungeons and dragons

How To Kick Someone Out Of Your D&D Group

How To Kick Someone Out Of Your D&D Group

A tabletop gaming group is a weird social commitment halfway between “project” and “just hanging out.” Some groups treat things casually and players come and go all the time; some treat their regular games as a strict standing appointment, and the makeup of the group as a permanent roster. This…

How To Play An RPG Anywhere, Any Time

How To Play An RPG Anywhere, Any Time

I used to play in the same Dungeons & Dragons campaign every week. Now my friends and I struggle to arrange a play session every few months. At one point I tried to make it work with another group. We made a six-month Doodle calendar to find one date we…

To Run A Better D&D Game, Turn On This Netflix Feature

To Run A Better D&D Game, Turn On This Netflix Feature

Running a game of Dungeons & Dragons, or any tabletop role-playing game, involves telling your players what they see. Players rely on you to give a sense of tone and ambience, but also to point out anything interesting or relevant to their quest. But they also need you to leave…