Forged Sword Reviews and its Impact on the Tabletop Role-playing Scene
I am currently making an audio channel that I will call the Forged Sword Review. This channel will allow me to take a dive into the material that I personally enjoy, and I will be able to create content based on that.
My goal with this platform is to take a look at the newest products that some of my favorite tabletop role-playing gaming companies produce and see if they can hold up in a proper game. I wanted to take a look at some of the most recent works from Wizards of the Coast with their newest renditions of Dungeons and Dragons 5th edition and the source book that was just published titled Tasha’s Cauldron of Everything. The book mainly covers a handful of subclasses and rules for Dungeon Masters to use in their campaigns. Looking through this book for example, my goal would be to highlight some of the subclasses that were added and reprinted to this book as well as give my thoughts on them and if I would recommend them in a live game of D&D.
The target audience for this would be people interested in tabletop role-playing games such as Dungeons and Dragons and people looking for advice on how to run games. The purpose of Forged Sword Review is to bring another opinion in to help future purchasers make a decision on if a certain product is for them or not by highlighting all of the pros and cons that the product may have in it.