It's a funny thing to sit down to write your next adventure in a campaign and realize that somewhere along the line it went from "campaign" to "long-running campaign".
That's what happened with Obsidian Frontier, a sandbox-style campaign set in the World of Greyhawk. We launched it as a playtest campaign for D&D 5th Edition in October 2014. Two years and thirty-four sessions later, the playtest is still running, and the campaign's still going.
Live video streams and vidcasts are the big thing in role-playing games right now. Combined with the throwback Netflix series Stranger Things and the 80s-infused gamer novel Ready Player One the shows have helped produce a resurgence of Dungeons & Dragons and other RPGs.
Suicide Squad (6/10) wasn't terrible, but there was a much better movie lurking somewhere inside of it. #movies
As I wrote last week, the Blackrazors and their children will be running through the venerable module B2: The Keep on the Borderlands as part of our D&D Kids campaign. We're playing D&D 5th Edition, and are running a version of the module updated for that edition.