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We at Real Women of Gaming are proud to celebrate the amazing sponsors of the You’re Not Alone Annual Fundraiser! Over the next week leading up to the our 1 day event on September 26th, we will giving shout-outs to people who are our partners in this endeavor! The Family That Games Together is a… Continue reading You’re Not Alone Sponsor Spotlight: DnD Grandma
Monks in 5e get a bad rap.
Dungeons and Dragons has a lot of variety for players to choose from. The combinations between the 9 races and 12 classes from the Player's Handbook alone will grant you 108 possible combinations, not accounting for multi-classing, subclasses, and racial variants. For some that is not enough though, or perhaps their inner creativity just can't… Continue reading Critical Brew
One of the first things that people new to Table Top Role Playing Games take notice of is the oddly shaped dice that are used. More than just a six-sided die left over from a copy of Monopoly they range from 4 sides to 100 sides. Veteran players tend to develop collections, nay even a hoard,… Continue reading For The Hoard (Of Dice)
Lords, ladies, lads, and lassies, today I am here to talk to you about healers Clerics. I mean really, when most gamers think of clerics the first thought that comes into their minds is a healer, and they can be so much more than that. They are not the only class that has access to… Continue reading Dungeon Crawling: Clerics
Dungeon Crawling: Warlocks
At the end of my last article (Adventure Framework Part 1: Start at the beginning) I said “You need to set a proper foundation, both for your players and yourself. From this, you set your pillars. The pillars are the stories you will tell. In part two we I’ll delve into the pillar of your… Continue reading Adventure Framework Part 2: Forget What I said, Do what I say! Conceptualizing Your Endgame.
WashingCon marked its 3rd anniversary as DC's premiere board game convention with over a thousand gamers attending to play games, check out panels, inspect new releases from a few game studios, and participate in tournaments. The organization of this event was on point - check in was a breeze, staff were easy to identify in… Continue reading WashingCon – the District’s Best Board Game Convention