Rolling Nostalgic

All things old school roleplaying and tabletop. With some new stuff thrown in when we get the time.

Only 9 Hours To Get Your Copy Of VIRTUE SIGNAL: THE GAME

This Is Something Truly Amazing I came across this game on Kickstarter a couple of weeks ago but have just neglected to post about it...

The Hero We Need: Man Runs 38 Year D&D Campaign

Robert Wardhaugh of London, Canada, has achieved a significant milestone. His Dungeons & Dragons campaign has been running for 38 years. Documented in the London...

D&D Beyond The Core: The Yuan-Ti

After writing about the Tabaxi race, I decided to take a closer look at another of the 5th Edition Dungeons & Dragons playable monster...

The Babes Of DRAGON Magazine

Last year, when we did an article on The 10 Best Female DRAGON Covers, we deliberately avoided the cheesecake in favor of the art...

At The Table #1: Creating My First D&D Character

"At The Table" is an ongoing column that details our contributor Freman's first time playing the tabletop RPG Dungeons & Dragons. In my last article...

DUNGEONS & DRAGONS Still A Joke, Given To GAME NIGHT Directors

The single most important intellectual property in the history of tabletop or roleplaying gaming has been handed to Jonathan Goldstein and John Francis Daley,...

D&D Beyond The Core: The Tabaxi

As a newcomer to Dungeons & Dragons, I was struck by the rich lore that lies behind this game from Wizards of the Coast....

Tell Us Your Pick For The Greatest D&D Movie

Goblins, friends of old, travelers from distant lands: We're trying to compile the greatest Dungeons & Dragons style movies/TV shows of all time and find...

The Weird Monsters of DRAGON Magazine

This article started out as "The Top 10 Dragon Magazine Covers With Monsters That Are Not Dragons". What It Became It kind of became just "Weird...

New D&D Documentary EYE OF THE BEHOLDER Has Some Bad Optics

Aesthetics are critical in influencing others to adopt your ideas and opinions. But these visual and social cues have to be consistent and relatable.  Normalcy...

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