As with the term ‘rules lawyer’, there is considerable disagreement about what ‘metagaming’ actually means. The 3rd edition Dungeon Master’s Guide says that metagame thinking is ‘any time the players base their characters’ actions on logic that depends on the fact that they’re playing a game’. It gives the example of a player who assumes … Continue reading On metagaming
‘At the end of the day, D&D is a game,’ a friend of mine said recently, ‘and some people just play it better than others.’ I’ve been giving this some thought of late. D&D is, of course, a game. It has rules. If you’re playing with a grid and minis, it also has a ‘board’ … Continue reading How to be a good D&D player
Online play is not without its challenges. That said, it can also bring with it certain advantages, and, done properly, it can be almost as fun as live play.
After playing D&D for a while, you might want to go beyond the original twelve character classes. That’s where multiclassing comes in.