If you’re a new player to D&D, the character creation stage can be a complicated. But thanks to […]
For ages I deliberated offering to run a game of D&D for my friends. I felt like there was no way I’d be able to do it, no way to cover all the bases. I was doomed to fail. Little did I know it’s now easier than ever to run a game!
This secret confidence not only comes from just running a game (and having a great time doing so) but from the wealth of content I’d watched beforehand online.
Anyone who is a Dungeons and Dragons fan will know that it’s hard to avoid Critical Role.
Therefore, we can’t begin to talk about the impact of the digital age on D&D without discussing their success.
If it wasn’t for the internet, I wouldn’t be playing this game.
When I first heard of Dungeons and Dragons at age 14, the immediate naive judgement was that it was for nerds. I quickly came to the conclusion that I wouldn’t be caught dead playing it.