An illustration from the Mythic Odyssey of Theros sourcebook, depicting two attractive, dark-skinned men in grecian armor against an ancient grecian backdrop.
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Gorgeous Art and Underutilized Concepts: Impressions of the 'Mythic Odysseys of Theros' sourcebook, by someone who does not play Magic the Gathering

Mythic Odysseys of Theros is filled with interesting worldbuilding, but falls short on integration of its concepts into Dungeons and Dragons' actual gameplay. While the art and ideas that it provides are beautiful and engaging, they remain underdeveloped and limited in the actual supplemental content that they provide.

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What, How, and Why are Prestige Classes in D&D?
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What, How, and Why are Prestige Classes in D&D?

A mainstay of 3/3.5e D&D, Prestige Classes can be found in most of its supplemental publications, as well as the Dungeon Master’s Guide. 5e players may not be so familiar with these unique multiclassing-only options (although they are a homebrew go-to for longtime fans) but for anyone looking to try out 3e after 5e, they can be an invaluable resource in keeping a similar feel and play style. This is a small explanation and discussion of the how and why of Prestige Classes. 

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Wonderdraft Review: A Whole New World
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Wonderdraft Review: A Whole New World

Part of that was downloading and starting to use Wonderdraft. Yes, I know. Who waits to be two years into a game before making a map? This lady, apparently! You see, the creation of The City in my Knights of DOTH campaign was an adventure I made the whole team come up with. I can get more into how I facilitated that that in a future article, but for right now, let’s just say: this map was a long time coming and Wonderdraft has turned an extremely intimidating challenge into my quarantine zen.

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7 Tools You NEED to Game Online... That Aren't Roll20
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7 Tools You NEED to Game Online... That Aren't Roll20

While searching for tools that would make my online gaming experience a little more immersive, I started to realize, there's a LOT of great programs out there. I've stuck with Roll20 for quite a while-- and don't get me wrong. I love Roll20. But these tools can be used instead of or in conjunction with Roll20, and they are guaranteed to vastly improve the experience for you and your players. Hop online and let's check them out:

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