So welcome to yet another edition of Robotic Gaming Monthly, The Robot’s Voice’s regular look…
We count down nine of the best stories from the Forgotten Realms that should be featured in the D&D movie universe.
That beard, though…
Building a character is an RPG rite of passage and when done right it can be one of the best parts of playing a game, but there’s always some weird stuff that sneaks in on the periphery. This list includes some of the strangest we’ve come across.
Topless Robot explains why Dark Dungeons, the movie version of the Chick Tract that became an infamous legend is amazing, but flawed.
Community creator Dan Harmon plays D&D every week on his podcast show. We got 10 tips for D&D from Harmon and his DM Spencer Crittenden.
Pathfinder is currently outselling its better known rival, D&D. Let’s take a look at five of the best and five of the worst parts about Pathfinder.
Luke’s mother-in-law is former LAPD, a licensed property appraiser and a self-described crazy cat lady. None of which has prepared her for TR readers.
This being year’s end, we are going to take a look at some of the events that made it an interesting 2013 for RPG companies and players alike.
After running and playing games at cons for over a decade I’ve started to notice a few archetypes you see every time. Some can be celebrated, some can be a little terrifying, and they could all do with a little bit of mockery. As we jump into con season, here are ten to watch out for.