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- My forums are very active. If you have a question or a topic you wish to discuss, it's a great place to start!
- Keep an eye on upcoming D&D releases on my D&D 5E Release Schedule page. This page is for "official" stuff only.
- The Reviews Section is designed to aggregate ratings and comments on RPG products. Feel free to quickly rate and comment on a product you've got!
- OGRE is my Online Generic Randomizer Engine. You can use it to create and share random tables and generators.
- You can buy and sell used RPG products in my marketplace/classifieds system.
- Looking for a game? My game locator database allows you to search for gamers in your area on a nifty map. It has tens of thousands of people on there.
- What's the buzz? Tell me what's a'happening! I have a Hot Games page which tracks over 1000 websites, forums, and blogs and works out which games are being talked about the most. You can even see it in real-time pie charts or access historical data!
- Downloads: the downloads area contains many sections, and I heartily encourage you to add your own content!
- Main downloads page
- Character sheets: Hundreds of fan-created character sheets covering all sorts of RPGs (and, of course, all editions of D&D and Pathfinder). Please upload yours so that everybody can share it!
- Conversion Library: Conversions of pre-3E adventures to D&D 3E/3.5. Not that these are conversion notes, not the actual adventures themselves. You'll need a copy of the adventure in question.
- I held a $1000 RPG contest in which contestants were invited to create an RPG in one week. These are the entries.
- I held a D&D Next adventure contest in which contestants were invited to create a short adventure for the new edition of D&D.
- System Reference Documents: System Reference Documents (SRDs) are compilations of Open Gaming Content, usually released under the terms of the Open Gaming License (OGL). I have several of them hosted here.
- My YouTube channel contains interviews, features, and more. Even an animated series!
- OGCSRD.com (also known as Open Gaming Content DOT com) is devoted to news about open gaming and system reference documents. It is the successor to Ryan Dancey's Open Gaming Foundation.
- EN Publishing is my little publishing company. I've published over 200 products over the last decade. You can get them at RPGNow, DTRPG, or Paizo. You can also check out the three adventure paths I've published:
- What's O.L.D. is N.E.W. is a pair of roleplaying games I'm authoring.
- I am the owner of the ENnies, the Gen Con EN World RPG Awards. These take place every year at Gen Con, and I'm very proud of them.
- Echohawk has put together what can only be described as an exhaustive and comprehensive list of D&D products, devided into editions and settings.
- There are various features and interviews on Eric Noah's Unofficial D&D 3rd Edition News (Archive).
- Adventure Contest
- Conversion Library
- Review of Dragon #274, the first all-Third Edition issue
- Eric at Gen Con 2000: Reports from the release of Third Edition
- Ryan Dancey: the D20 System and the Open Gaming Movement (March 19, 2000)
- Interview with WotC's Ryan Dancey about the status of Third Edition shortly before release (May 26, 2000)
- Interview with Scott Matthews, President of Fluid Entertainment (May 27, 2000)
- Ryan Dancey on the Role of Luck at Wizards of the Coast (June 1, 2000)
- Interview with WotC's Monte Cook, author of the Dungeon Master's Guide (September 30, 2000)
- Interview with WotC's James Wyatt, author of The Speaker in Dreams and co-author of Defenders of the Faith and Monsters of Faerun (March 3, 2001)
- Interview with Rob Kuntz, formerly of TSR, Inc. (May 10, 2001)
- Look at these screenshots of the messageboards from August 2000 and August 2001.
- April Fools Editions: