Dungeons and dragons - My confession

I have always been fascinated about fantasy. The computer games I appreciated most during my young days was role-playing game such as Baldur's Gate, Diablo and Neverwinter Nights, all games with their own mysterious setting there evil lurks at every corner. For half a year ago, a friend of mine introduced me to Dungeons and Dragons 5e and I was hooked. Maybe a little too much. As usual.

Now, six months later I have spent several hundreds of hours of reading adventures, D&D lore, creating characters, being a Dungeon Master (DM) for my kids, got a resin printer [1] and printed out miniatures, sanded, airbrushed and painted these miniatures, watching lore and D&D tips on Youtube, supporting D&D related kickstarter projects ( [2], [3], [4]) and (too) much more.

I've even begun to read solo adventures (Endless Quest [5] ) just to get more of this fantasy world.

The purpose of this post is to give you a little hint (warning?) about that the following posts probably contains a lot of D&D stuff including book reviews, campaigns and so on.

D&D is also so separated from my other stuff so it has also got its own submenu.