Neverwinter: 3D Action MMORPG

Neverwinter is one of the first names that come to mind for PC players who love Dungeons and Dragons games. It’s been around since the early 1990s, giving players a way to interact with the D&D world and one another. It should come as no surprise, then, that there’s a Neverwinter MMO in the modern era.

Coming after the success of both the original Neverwinter MMORPG and the two hit computer RPGs, the game has a fantastic lineage. The game is more than just the latest iteration of what came before, though – it’s a fully-fledged MMO that stands well on its own. Let’s dive right into this free online game for D&D fans.

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RPG Legends: Forgotten Realms

Forgotten Realms - Waterdeep

One of the truly wonderful things about Dungeons and Dragons has always been the amount of choice given to players. Beyond the basic rules, the game’s world really is up to the Dungeon Master and those who play the game. Some people, though, want a bit more to work with.

Instead of inventing things whole cloth, they want a world in which their story can be set. There have been a number of settings released for Dungeons and Dragons since the beginning, giving players many options for how their worlds can work.

Few have been quite so popular or quite so memorable as that of the Forgotten Realms RPG setting.

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The Legend of Gord the Rogue

Gord the Rogue, you ask?

If you love the fiction of Dungeons and Dragons, there are a few names you probably know by heart.

Drizzt Do’urden. Artemis Entreri. Wulfgar.

If you’re an old-school fan, there are a number of others names that you might know by heart, like Elminster.

If you’ve been around since the beginning, though, you know that there’s one oft-forgotten name that deserves to live on in that pantheon. He’s forgotten by many, but he’s still important.

That name, of course, is Gord the Rogue.

Gord’s legend is fantastic, both on and off the page. He’s a great character, but he’s also a huge part of D&D’s early history. If you don’t already know him, get ready – he’s going to be a big part of your D&D education. Sit back while we reminisce about the immortal Gord the Rogue series.

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