Fansites are an integral part of our community! So are lawyers:
"The companies or individuals administering the websites listed below are not affiliated with Standing Stone Games or its licensors. The statements and opinions expressed on these websites are solely those of their respective authors and do not necessarily reflect the views, nor are they endorsed by, Standing Stone Games or its licensors. Standing Stone Games and its licensors do not guarantee the accuracy of, and are in no way responsible for, any content on these websites."
AdarDDO is a web site to host an online Guild Airship Amenity builder and several spreadsheets. It is also the home of the DDO Character Planner!
Detailed guides and walkthroughs for fully completing quests and raids, with extra focus on soloing all of the unsoloables, full feature build guides, designed for new or veteran players, complete with gear sets and play guides, and QuickBits videos with useful tips and tricks that will enhance your DDO experience.
All of the videos are narrated and have accompanying music.
Discussions, guides, gameplay and a personal vlog dedicated to DDO. Videos include spoken audio and are from the perspective of a veteran DDO player. The videos on the channel aim to be both entertaining and informative.
Doug Glyndwyr's guild page archives Notes to Strike a Chord, playthrough videos, guides, observations, strategies, and other sundry DDO related things.
The Damsels Game are a group of gamers who talk about things that are important to them. The channel frequently features DDO content.
A weekly audio podcast about the world of Dungeons and Dragons Online! This podcast is made by players, for players of DDO. Each week DDOcast features news, interviews, and lots of fun as well! The podcast has been active since February of 2007.
This blog compiles current online DDO resources for players! Also available on popular social media channels (Facebook, Twitter, etc.)
DDO Players covers all news related to DDO and D&D 5E. We strive to cover all aspect of DDO. Each week we produce a podcast DDO Player News. We are a proud member of The Players Alliance Network.
The DDO Wiki is one of the longest-running fan sites in the world of Dungeons & Dragons Online, and it has long served as the de-facto encyclopedia on the Internet for DDO. The site is intended to be a comprehensive source of information for everything about the game. Using the wiki allows anyone who is a fan of DDO to contribute and help DDOwiki become a great resource for the game. Writers wanted!
The Vault of Kundarak is a small collection of websites aimed at helping players access information and make it available in useful ways.
A blog about my adventures in Dungeons & Dragons Online. I like to talk about lore and try to make links between various aspects of the game and to talk about other game related topics such as quests and builds.
A dedicated DDO channel with dozens of instructional videos about quests, etc. Its focus is demonstrating the capabilities of a druid caster/healer/quasi-tank build. All videos are narrated with playstyle tips and advice. Features a beginner's guide series for people interested in the build but are new to druids.
Creative quality content by MDI, featuring various games such as DDO & more! Status Updates, Let's Plays, Tips, Guides etc.
A website that tries to inspire players into trying new playstyles by giving an answer to questions like "How far does my Greataxe reach, and how about my dagger?", "What sources of Charisma are there, and how high can it go?" "What action boost should I pick, Damage or Attack speed?"
Deadlock has put together an incredible resource of XP tables, maps, Eberron history, and more!
Become a Fansite!
If you run a website, blog, or creative outlet channel which is focused on Dungeons and Dragons Online™ (DDO), we'd like to help you increase your traffic!
To be considered for approval and listing on DDO's Fansite Page, websites must meet the following criteria:
- Content must be mostly focused on DDO.
- Content must be updated on a regular basis.
- Sites must provide a clear link to http://www.DDO.com.
- Site administrators must be age 18 or over.
- Sites must already be online and receiving public visitors. At least some news and information should be accessible to users without registration.
- Sites must not contain any illegal, unauthorized, offensive, or objectionable content or promote the violation of Standing Stone Games' terms of service, code of conduct or end user license agreements.
- Sites cannot contain any copyrighted material (code, images, text or otherwise) without express permission from the original source. However, DDO assets which have been previously published, publicly distributed or released by Standing Stone Games may be used in site creation and content.
- Sites must not contain defamatory content or references to any Standing Stone Games or Wizards of the Coast property, other products relating to the Wizards of the Coast.
- Standing Stone Games may remove links from DDO's Fansite Page at any time for any reason or no reason with or without notice to the Fansite administrator.
To apply to have your site included in the fansite program, send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org with the title "Fansite Application" and include the following information:
- The name of your fansite.
- The fansite URL.
- A brief (around 50 words max) description of your fansite's content (if your site is accepted, this description will be displayed in your site's entry).
- Permission to feature your fansite on our web site, social network channels, and other promotional endeavors.