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Who’s Your Favorite Tabletop RPG Character You’ve Ever Played?

Tell us: Of all the characters you've ever played, who's your fave?!

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A Neural Network Invents D&D Spells, and Decides “Dave” Is the Most Magical Name Of All

Research scientist Janelle Shane has trained a neural network to generate Dungeons & Dragons spells, with wonderful results like Curse Clam, Dance of Sack, Poxsare, and Cursing wink.

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Monday Cute: DM Doggo Is Best Doggo (Tied With All Doggos Ever, of Course)

They're all good doggos.

I mean, they're all good doggos, but I'm really feeling happy watching these doggos play through some lovely Dungeons & Dragons scenarios.

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Let the Good Times Roll: Joe Manganiello Wrote a Dungeons and Dragons Movie

There's nothing dicey about this at all. Way to take the initiative. Don't anybody DM me about these jokes.

Joe Manganiello wrote a Dungeons and Dragons movie. Go ahead and let that sink in for a bit.

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#GOPDnD: Trump’s America Makes for a Hilariously Disastrous D&D Campaign

Fake dice!

This campaign could very well go on until Trump is out of office, or until the GOP stops flouting both the will of their constituents and basic logic. Since neither is likely to happen anytime soon, we may as well laugh while we watch the world burn.

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Things We Saw Today: Cleverbot Makes for a Pretty Good D&D Player

Cleverbot apparently passed a Turing Test then didn't pass a Turing Test a few years ago, but none of that matters now because Jane Ritt ran a small D&D adventure with it and now we know what Cleverbot's true purpose in life is.

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Why Your Life Needs More of The Adventure Zone

In case you enjoyed Monster Factory; good, good goofs; or unexpected tidal waves of feeling.

Three idiots, nee adventurers, walk into a tavern and accept a quest that promises untold amounts of fortune, glory, and definitely not any betrayal or untimely death. It goes real bad. Thus begins The Adventure Zone, a comedy D&D podcast that thoroughly won the heart of this total tabletop newbie.

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Things We Saw Today: Mama Tiger Shows Off Baby Tigers to the World

This video's everything you'd expected it'd be: a big mama tiger being a mama tiger to some lil tiger cubs.

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The Mary Sue Interview: The Ladies of Geek & Sundry’s Critical Role Explain How D&D Changed Their Lives

Every Thursday at 7 pm PST, a group of, in their own words, "nerdy-ass" voice-actors get together to play their Dungeons & Dragons campaign live as part of Geek & Sundry's hit series, Critical Role.

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Things We Saw Today: Make Your Own Wildfire Jack-O-Lantern!

For an inspired twist on a classic Halloween decoration that will impress friends and terrify trick-or-treaters, make your Jack-O-Lantern breathe green fire with this step-by-step guide!

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How Being in an All-Girls’ D&D Group Reminds Me that Femininity and Feminism Can Coexist in Harmony

Because dungeon mistresses are the new dungeon masters.

It was at our first meeting that I realized I really had some strong and badass female friends, and I was excited to be in the company of women who weren’t afraid to say “F you” to a society where men dominate sciences and nerd culture.

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New Dungeons & Dragons Film Announced! Let’s Pretend That Other D&D Movie Never Happened.

You know. The Jeremy Irons one?

Warner Brothers and Hasbro's announcement that a new Dungeons & Dragons film will come to the silver screen seems to be missing an important piece of information: didn't we already try that 15 years ago? Jeremy Irons starred in a regrettable, so-bad-it's-amazing film adaptation of the tabletop favorite in 2000, and it's worth revisiting the film in full, because somehow the entire thing is on YouTube.

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Things We Saw Today: The Muppets Covering “Jungle Boogie” Gives Us Life

The Muppets once again show off their musical talent as they have Sam the Eagle (of all muppets) help cover a 70s hit: Jungle Boogie.

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ThinkGeek Continues Notoriously Awesome April Fools’ Day Products With Groot Beer, Thrones Clue, & More

I mean, these are totally legitimate products every person can own!

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Things We Saw Today: The Making of Game of Thrones‘s Dragons


Contrary to popular belief, video effects reactors Pixomodo did not hatch a set of eggs in a funeral pyre to create the dragons we see on Game of Thrones every season. They did this instead.

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Things We Saw Today: Teleport Your Eyes & See the World From Your Bellybutton


Today in "lol whut" we have a very earnest and very bizarre Kickstarter aimed at bringing you some majorly tweaked eyesight. World, meet EYEteleporter, which wants to teleport your eyes. Periscopes, man. Periscopes. I'm assuming the products do not come with the cat included in their image gallery. (via Kickstarter)

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Things We Saw Today: Grave of The Dedicated Scrabble Player


When Paul G. Lind of Portland passed away, his friends commemorated the Master Scrabble player with a custom tombstone spelling out the traits he was most admired for.

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Things We Saw Today: Tiny Samwell Tarly Funko Pop Is Coming!

I just want to squeeze him!

Look! Look at his little feet! And Peter Baelish's little goatee! And new versions of Sansa and Daenerys and Jon Snow! Everything is wonderful and nothing hurt -- except waiting for the next book and season, of course.

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Things We Saw Today: A Disney Princess Pile of Rocks

"They're not ROCKS, Flounder, they're MINERALS!"

This is it, friends. We've finally hit peak Disney Princess. Anyway, who's your favorite? Normally I'm into Sedimentary Beauty, but I really like the design of Stone White, here. Thanks, Kevin Bolk!

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Things We Saw Today: Genderbent Sherlock Cosplay

*standing ovation*

Um. I. Uh. Someone send help. I have forgotten how to words.

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