Understanding The Dungeons & Dragons Game
If you are someone that is fascinated with Dragons and other supernatural creatures, then this game is for you. The Dungeons and Dragons games, popularly known as D&D is a fantasy game originally released in 1971 by Dave Arneson and Gary Gygax. The D&D is a table-top game that allows players to create their own characters to go through imaginary adventures.
Each player in the D&D game is expected to control or assume a character. Also, it can be played as a group, whereby each group collectively known as a party of adventures, is expected to work together to conquer battles. Each battle involves fighting different mythical creatures or animals.
Also, there is a Dungeon Master, usually known as the DM. The DM is like the umpire and narrator and controls the direction of the game. For instance, it is the duty of the Dungeon Master to determine the storyline of the game.
The good thing about this game is that you need just your set of dice, pencil, and paper, your character sheet, and your imagination to get started.
But in order to enjoy the Dungeons and Dragon’s game, you and your team need to understand some of the concepts perfectly. This is where DND Guru comes in to help. This site breaks down major concepts and characters in the DND game.
Whether you are a new player or an experienced player, understanding these concepts will help you appreciate this game more and have fun.
Most of the contents here will be focused on the 5th Edition of the game (5e). That is because there is a lot of demand for that edition. If you need us to talk about any concept in the previous editions, simply send us a mail via our Contact Us Page.