• Dungeon World – TTRPG Review
    Details Dungeon World (First Edition, Ninth Printing) Authors and Game Designers: Sage LaTorra and Adam Koebel Lead Artist: Emily DeLisle Cover Artist: Nate Marcel Interior Artists: Tony Dowler, Kyle Ferrin, an Isaac Milner Publisher: Burning Wheel Press Produced by: Sage Kobold Productions  Release Date: 2019  ISBN: 978-0-9886394-0-9 Quick Introduction Players and Game Masters looking for alternative systems to run heroic fantasy tabletop role playing games may … Read more
  • Dungeons & Dragons: the differences between 5e and 4e
    Dungeons & Dragons 5th Edition (5e) and Dungeons & Dragons 4th Edition (4e) are distinct editions of the beloved tabletop role-playing game. 4e made its debut in 2008, followed by the release of 5e in 2014. Each edition offers its own
  • Mörk Borg – TTRPG Review
    As much ink has spilled in reviews about Mork Borg as you’ll find in its splattered, blood-covered pages. The indie project, born of a zine written during an overly-long apple que, epitomizes the rules-light, attitude-heavy genre of metal rpgs. About this Review This review focuses on the original Mork Borg hardcover, published by Free League Publishing. We’ll focus on how it’s presented, how it plays, and … Read more
  • Virtual Tabletop Profile: Quest Portal
    One of the core values at RPGMatch is this: everyone deserves to play TTRPGs the way they want. Keeping this in mind virtual table tops (VTTs) have become an important part of how people play online.  We will be adding the ability to filter by VTT over the next month, and we are kicking this off with a series of in depth articles on some of … Read more
  • Roleplay Discord Servers
    Online roleplay servers are a place for fans to come together and roleplay within their favorite worlds. This can be fan-made D&D content or roleplays dedicated to a specific fandom like Lord of the Rings. There are also roleplay servers for popular online games like World of Warcraft or Grand Theft Auto Online. If you’re looking for a chance to stretch your roleplaying muscles either on … Read more
  • Monster of the Week – TTRPG Review
    Have you ever watched Buffy, Supernatural, or the X-Files and wanted to be there alongside them fighting monsters and aliens? In Monster of the Week, you assume the role of archetypal characters from ‘monster of the week’ style shows and hunt down monsters in an action-horror RPG. Someone assumes the rule of the Keeper who runs episodic sessions for the Hunters, each featuring a new terror … Read more
  • Call of Cthulhu Starter Set – TTRPG Review
    “The oldest and strongest emotion of mankind is fear, and the oldest and strongest kind of fear is the fear of the unknown” – H.P. Lovecraft In Call of Cthulhu, you take on the role of an intrepid but fragile human investigator in 1920 America as you plunge into solving mysteries and uncover bizarre or terrifying truths about the cosmos and the horrors that inhabit it. … Read more
  • Star Wars: Roleplaying Game Saga Edition – TTRPG Review
    The third official iteration of a Star Wars roleplaying game was “The Saga Edition” by Wizards of the Coast, which had previously produced the “Star Wars Roleplaying Game.” The game was published from 2007 to 2010. As a precursor to the soon-to-be-released fourth edition of Dungeons & Dragons, it featured some of the rules that would soon polarize the D&D fan base. It did a similar … Read more
  • Blades in the Dark – TTRPG Review
    Who hasn’t watched Peaky Blinders, The Wire, or played a video game like Dishonored and thought to themselves: “I wanna play that in a tabletop RPG! I wanna be a ne’er-do-well leading a crew of criminals”. Well, Blades in the Dark is that game. Blades in the Dark lets you and your friends put on the skin of a daring and mischievous of a group of … Read more
  • Legend of the Five Rings – TTRPG Review
    Honor, steel, and politics collide in the Legend of the Five Rings tabletop roleplaying game. Set in Rokugan, a world heavily inspired by traditional and mythological Japan (as well as other Eastern influences), players take on the role of a young samurai to craft their own collaborative samurai fiction in this role play heavy but mechanically interesting tabletop RPG.   About this Review  This review covers the … Read more
  • Dungeons and Dragons Group Near Me
    Over the last few years, Dungeons and Dragons has exploded in popularity. It makes sense, there are podcasts, shows, and even a new movie coming out based on the game. If you’re interested in getting into D&D, this really seems to be the right time to do so. However, there are some challenges new players inevitably face when trying to get into the game. One of … Read more
  • What is a table top roleplaying game?
    Table top roleplaying games (TTRPGs) are games of collaborative storytelling, that work a lot like “let’s play pretend” but with rules.  Most table top roleplaying games require nothing other than your imagination, a friend, a rule book, and some dice. As the field has grown, some games have been created that use blocks instead of dice or no dice at all; no rule book; no friends … Read more
  • Why You Should Play D&D Online
    There are plenty of reasons why in person Dungeons and Dragons groups fall apart; somebody moves far away from the rest of the group; everyone’s work schedules are incompatible and you can rarely find a time to meet; you and your friends all live in tiny apartments that can’t accommodate a whole group. Whatever your personal struggle is, playing D&D online can help! Since the COVID-19 … Read more