Wizards of the Coast teamed up with the Pinkertons in order to retrieve “leaked” Magic the Gathering Cards. From the perspective of a former private detective.
Take a close look at the sales data of Tabletop Role-Playing Games. What trends are hidden in the data?
Let’s take a close look at what you really get when you design Hero Forge miniatures. Are the minis really worth the cost?
Is Wizards of the Coast’s new OGL really about eliminating harmful voices, or does the document say something else?
To understand the scope of the OGL debacle, we need to understand what the Open Gaming License is and where it came from.
Thinking about leaving WotC’s draconian policies behind? Take a look at these 5 tabletop role-playing games that offer an OGL.
Lets take a look at the One DnD OGL 1.1 leak as well as what we already know and suspect will change in the future of Dungeons and Dragons.
Recently, several miniatures in the Hero Forge public library featured an interesting characteristic. A small item hovered in the air above the figure’s hand. These floating assets were orbs, skulls, and even 20-sided dice. This effect gives the miniature a magical or telekinetic aesthetic, but it comes at a price. Obviously, Hero Forge can’t print … Continue reading How to Make an Object Float in Hero Forge
A close examination of the rumors regarding the One D&D open gaming license and the response coming from Wizards of the Coast.
An adventure written by freelance writer DnDBones. This mission is suitable for players levels 5-8, and at its conclusion, they will receive a highly sought-after treasure, the keys to The Wizard’s Respite.