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Thursday, 8th November, 2018

  • 01:52 AM - LordEntrails quoted Joseph Nardo in post Waterdeep: Dungeon Of The Mad Mage Preview Roundup!
    A question.....your facebook page....you fully wrote the encounters for the originals maps? Holy cow! Yep, well, I'm proofing the first level now. Don't have the other levels done yet, but have lots drafted. Wanted to wait until DoMM so I can better integrate with their storylines etc. Unfortunately I've had trouble converting from the database to text layout (and then PDF) so only the Fantasy Grounds version will be ready Friday. I'd like to have the PDF ready by the 20th, but, that's unlikely :(
  • 01:21 AM - LordEntrails quoted Joseph Nardo in post Waterdeep: Dungeon Of The Mad Mage Preview Roundup!
    41 FULLY WRITTEN numbered encounters. The originals of which I own were by far mostly left for the DM to populate. EVERY single level of this version is fully written, again a huge difference from the originals. Absolutely. But 41 isn't sufficient for me. Hence; https://www.facebook.com/UltimateUndermountain
  • 01:14 AM - LordEntrails quoted Joseph Nardo in post Waterdeep: Dungeon Of The Mad Mage Preview Roundup!
    Due November 13th? Or this Friday, the 9th? 9th for WPN, 20th for general distribution. The map to level 1 has been shown!!!......and it has 41 numbered locations!! Is that impressive or depressing? You know the original had something like 400 right? Here is a link to level 1 if you don't have roll 20.......http://www.belloflostsouls.net/2018/11/dd-dungeon-of-the-mad-mages-maps-are-intricate-and-massive.html Thanks! There are 34!!!!! Different monsters and NPCs to be encountered in level 1!!!!!..... Again, that impresses you? Cuz you know the original had ten times that right?

Saturday, 22nd September, 2018

  • 12:10 AM - Reynard quoted Joseph Nardo in post …Wait till you see Waterdeep: Dungeon of the Mad Mage (Spelljammer?)
    The main dungeon has almost 60 levels. There are over 1000 numbered encounter areas. I'm pretty sure that rapan is considered a mega dungeon. Now add in all the new 5e material which includes additional main dungeon levels AND brand new dungeons and I doubt it could be finished short of five years of playing.You know what? You're right. I should have researched before I replied. I bought and ran RA when it first appeared at the dawn of 3E and then it was certainly a neat old school death trap dungeon, it was not especially "mega" in either scope or scale. It seems the designers have continuously expanded upon it over the years, which is one of the important conditions for a megadungeon. If anyone is curious, I am using the OSR definition of the term, which is built around Castle Greyhawk as a definitive example, and which Undermountain is another example. People quibble over Myth Dranor and Xak Tsaroth, though I think the former is one and the latter is simply meant to evoke one.

Friday, 31st August, 2018

  • 01:16 AM - gyor quoted Joseph Nardo in post Waterdeep: Dragon Heist Hot Off The Press
    Satine is now a official employee of Wotc. Obviously, working for the DnD team. This is an awesome addition which can only help DnD! She truly deserved this position because of the insane amount of good will she has done over the years. Hey that means I was part right!

Sunday, 9th July, 2017

  • 11:50 PM - GameDaddy quoted Joseph Nardo in post How big's the RPG market?
    What is really fascinating is that the global "games" market which includes everything that is considered gaming has eclipsed $24 billion!. It has even surpassed the global market for box office movies!!!!. Umm. sorry no. Box office revenues for movies in 2016 was somewhere in the neighborhood of 71-91 Billion Dollars U.S. let's see.... Global Games Market 2016 (This is everything included and especially video games) https://newzoo.com/insights/articles/global-games-market-reaches-99-6-billion-2016-mobile-generating-37/ Global Theater/Box Office Revenues 2016 https://www.statista.com/topics/964/film/ Film Entertainment Revenue in the U.S. 2016 https://www.statista.com/statistics/259984/filmed-entertainment-revenue-in-the-us/ ...and you can get a second opinion by adding up all the top grossing movies worldwide for yourself... http://www.the-numbers.com/box-office-records/domestic/all-movies/cumulative/ If the tabletop games market is 24+, it still has to beat 39 or so, to eclipse movie earnin...

Friday, 7th July, 2017

  • 03:57 AM - Loren the GM quoted Joseph Nardo in post How big's the RPG market?
    One billion for the global boardgame market?...where did this data come from? CNN?....try this...Board games are returning as a mainstream entertainment among families, kids, and even child-less millennials looking for a new way to socialize with friends.The board game boom has not only led to the creation of new games but also to cafes and bars focused on gaming. Global sales of games and puzzles have grown from $9.3 billion in 2013 to $9.6 billion in 2016, according to Euromonitor International, with expected year-on-year growth of more than 1 percent this year. The article states (as does the graph) that these figures are US and Canada only.
  • 02:41 AM - Morrus quoted Joseph Nardo in post How big's the RPG market?
    One billion for the global boardgame market? Not global board game market. US/Canada hobby games market. Hobby games and boardgames are not synonyms. Monopoly is a boardgame but not a hobby game. ...whereCOLOR did this data come from? CNN? Links to sources are in the article. Global sales of games and puzzles have grown from $9.3 billion in 2013 to $9.6 billion in 2016, according to Euromonitor International, with expected year-on-year growth of more than 1 percent this year. We’re not discussing global sales of games and puzzles. We’re discussing the North American hobby game market. Entirely different thing.

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