RPG Legends: Blackmoor

Dungeons and Dragons is the original table top role playing game. While many other games have come and gone, Dungeons and … Read more

RPG Legends: Greyhawk

Greyhawk D&D Setting

One cannot have Dungeons and Dragons without Greyhawk. Sure, there have been other settings in the history of the game. There … Read more

RPG Legends: Dark Sun

When most people think about Dungeons and Dragons, their minds turn towards epic fantasy. Elves, dwarves, dragons – it’s part and … Read more

RPG Legends: Conan the Barbarian

There are a few characters that take such deep root in the public consciousness that they become part of the background fictional landscape. These characters are so important than those who have never read or saw their adventurers feel familiar with them as a concept. One of these characters is Robert E. Howard’s Conan, a character who has become the byword for barbarian hero throughout the English-speaking world.

Conan started as a character in pulp magazines, but he has become much more. He’s appeared in novels, comic books, and newspaper strips. There have been successful Conan films, video games, and board games. Conan is part of popular culture – and understanding his origins can help fans of fantasy understand how he transitioned from pulp hero into the icon that he is today.

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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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