Days of High Adventure

Days of High Adventure is The Escapist's column that focuses on the art, craft, and history of roleplaying games.

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Paul Jaquays is the most prominent and influential game designer you've never heard of.

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You think you can build a better tabletop game than what's already out there? It's group workshop time, everybody!

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Beyond Tolkien and "Lord of the Rings," there were plenty of other authors and series that inspired the D&D series.

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Matt has decided to run a D&D adventure for his kids, but now comes the hard part - which edition to play?

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In this installment of the free Dungeon World setting, we visit a little fixer-upper of a place that may or may not be ruled by a possessed Queen.

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Greg Stafford - creator of Pendragon, practicing tattooed shaman, shares his views on myths, Glorantha and the virtues of roleplaying.

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When you have no background in tabletop gaming, you make up your own rules to D&D

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Monte Cook examines the original D&D from the perspective of a game designer.

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Welcome to the second installment of Dungeon World, a free tabletop RPG setting.

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When tabletop gaming becomes a job, it's time to go back to the source for inspiration

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Before Champions was an MMOG, it was a tabletop game.

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You may have heard of Dungeons and Dragons, but have you heard of Trolls & Tunnels, another tabletop game released at the same time and that was just as popular? James Maliszewski interviews creator Ken St.Andre on Trollworld, storytelling and the evolution of games.

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Chris Brackett brings us Dungeon World, a free, tabletop, fantasy RPG.

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D&D was originally created by Gary Gygax, but it evolved into a an entirely different monster with the help of its players.

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Retro-clones allow you to play the classic RPG games without having to shell out the extra cash.