Artificial Intelligence (AI) is becoming a key part of the modern technological world, including in video games, despite some not even realizing how common it is. In the bigger picture, AI is the subject of great debate. Some (such as technology rock star Elon Musk) believe its advancement could have
Dungeons and Dragons (D&D) has published a multitude of campaign module offerings throughout its years and editions. A few involve taking down a draconic cult, fighting beneath the surface of the world in the Underdark, and one that involves defeating a vampire lord within his realm of darkness and despair.
Most if not all tabletop games have rules. These rules are used to show players how to play and run the game be it chess, checkers, or a packaged and ready to run board game. Dungeons and Dragons (D&D) is slightly different when it comes to rules. The rules of
Dungeons and Dragons (D&D) entered my life when I was twelve years old. It was around the time that the 3.5 edition of D&D was published. One of my homeschooling friends (yes, I was that weird homeschooled child) was interested in going to a local game store for a D&D