Dungeons and dragons has been one of the singularly unique and engaging roleplaying experiences since its introduction over 40 years ago. At the core of the game has always been a compelling set of rules that both established a foundation for the story and gave the dungeon masters and players the opportunity to explore their limitless imaginations, with few restrictions. Through the digital age we have seen many attempts to fuse these rules into the structure of a video game. While many games have captured the feel of the Dungeons and Dragons settings and gameplay, the collaborative storytelling experienced by a group of players sat around a table has remained lacking in its recreation. The newest entry into the D&D video game pantheon Sword Coast Legends, looks to make inroads into capturing the iconic tabletop multiplayer feel with it’s robust Dungeon Master Mode.