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There’s something we love about the magical rogue. Creating illusions, distracting guards, and using an invisible, spectral hand to manipulate the environment at range makes for some epic moments at the table. Often considered top tier amongst roguish subclasses, the Arcane Trickster is certainly one of the easiest to recommend. Let’s get into why… How
D&D 5e offers a broad variety of play styles through the rogue subclasses. We’re here to guide you through these archetypes that allow for such different gameplay mechanics and roleplay styles. All have merit. The best one for you depends in part on what your adventuring party needs. But thinking about what’s most fun to
When you offer yourself up to an eldritch horror, you can expect your brain to melt a little. Some madness might seep in. But the joy of such a pact is you get to pass that trauma onto your enemies by holding their hopes, dreams, and deepest fears in a vice grip you use to
The Rogue is one of the oldest and best-represented character archetypes in fiction. Present in Norse, Greek, and Roman mythology—then heavily influenced by the first, French translation of Arabian Nights in 1717—the daring, dashing rogue has been a part of modern storytelling since its beginning. From George Lucas’s Han Solo to Fritz Lieber’s Gray Mouser,
If you spot your party’s Warlock whispering sweet nothings to their sword when they were supposed to be keeping watch, don’t worry! That just means you’ve found yourself a Hexblade Warlock. These martially-minded spellslingers swear their souls over to a sentient weapon forged of pure shadow. While that may sound horrifying, the sheer power of
Anyone who says all Warlocks look the same clearly haven’t met enough Warlocks. I’ve seen Warlocks who glow like a shooting star, Warlocks who carry more battleaxes than even the toughest Barbarians. I know at least two Warlocks with horns, and they’d melt your mind until it poured out your ears if you said they
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Telling a potential employer about your Dungeons and Dragons obsession in your interview might not be the best idea (unless you work out they’re a DnD fanatic beforehand—then the job is as good as yours). Telling them that you’ve been fighting the Dragon Cult every Thursday for the last year might not go down too
In this world, some spellcasters spend years locked away in ancient libraries, weaving delicate strands of arcane lore into the extraordinary tapestry of magical abilities and knowledge known as a spellbook. That’s Wizard. Some go to their local cult and with a quick blood sacrifice buy into the magical equivalent of a Happy Meal: cheap
What we love about both the Barbarian and Fighter classes is that most of the time they’re ushered (sometimes unwillingly) to the front of combat. Protecting anything squishy and floppy. I’m looking at you mages. Both of them tend to be melee attackers that can hit hard and fast. Both are able to take A
D&D 5e’s magic system has depth. Some spells can stop time, animate the dead, and rain fire from the sky. But in a universe filled with such power and wonder, cantrips are a more humble, everyday kind of magic. The kind of magic your spellcaster can use without much effort. Don’t let this fool you.