How early D&D fiction impacted play styles.
Our nerdy obsession with Dungeons & Dragons, the 40-year-old game that remains misunderstood.
Hit points are aplenty in D&D 5e. Does that make combat and dungeon exploration a little less dangerous and exciting?
Saint Cuthbert isn't well known among today's D&D players, but let's look at his origins.
Have you ever heard the term 'eucatastrophe?' Joseph, the resident J.R.R. Tolkien expert of Nerds on Earth, is familiar, but eucatastrophe is a word that is admittedly a deep cut. Eucatastrophe is a term actually coined by Tolkein, who used…
Wargaming has a crazy history. We track it from the Egyptians to Gary Gygax, taking a detour through HG Wells.
You may have noticed here at Nerds on Earth that we are into many nerdy things but two probably stand out: comic books and roleplaying games. When I heard there was a product that combined those two things well, it was assumed that we would…
Nerds on Earth takes a look at Expedition to the Barrier Peaks, one of the all time classic Dungeons and Dragons modules that is getting new attention through games like Starfinder.