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    Wednesday, 5th March, 2014
    Localized Outages 
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    Due to an error on the part of the domain registrar today, there were intermittent outages in selected geographical areas for EN World. The problem is mainly resolving itself slowly (though if it's affecting you you can't see this). In some locations the website was temporarily replaced with a "domain expired" notice. The domain was not expired, however, and EN World has been up and running just fine all day. Apologies if you were affected!

    Dungeons & Dragons News

    • Click for more about D&DHulther’s Mimics -- More than a cover might protect a wizard’s tome or that nearly forgotten book of lore that your adventurers seek! Find out more about book mimics in this week’s Forging the Realms column.
    • The D&D Next releases at Barnes & Noble have vanished, which is largely in line with speculation that the book company was not supposed to publish that information yet.
    • Spelljammer is amongst the new PDFs on dndclassics.com coming this week, which also include:


    Harbinger House (2E Planescape)
    Spelljammer (2E Spelljammer)
    RA1 Feast of Goblyns (2E Ravenloft)
    DSQ1 Road to Urik (2E Dark Sun
    DSR1 Slave Tribes (2E Dark Sun)


    And next week, we can expect to see:

    The Gates of Firestorm Peak (2E AD&D)
    Something Wild (2E Planescape)
    Masque of the Red Death and Other Tales (2E Ravenloft)
    DSS1 City-State of Tyr (2E Dark Sun)
    SJR1 Lost Ships (2E Spelljammer)
    Forbidden Lore (2E Ravenloft)

    GM's Day

    Today, March 4th, the anniversary of Gary Gygax's passing, is GM's Day.

    All EN Publishing products are on sale for GMs Day, including adventure paths and more. RPGNow/DTRPG also has a whole list of participating publishers and products. It's a great day to pick something up - and, even better, to give it to your GM to say thank you for running your game!

    Best of all you can get - and get this, it's insane! - the ZEITGEIST: The Gears of Revolution adventure path for... $28. That's 13 massive adventures, plus two guides (one of which is 70 pages long!) for either Pathfinder or D&D 4E.

    Gary Gygax's Eulogy

    Luke Gygax has decided to post his father's eulogy (from 2008; thanks to Mark and others for the scoop): "This is my home video footage from my Dad's funeral in Lake Geneva, WI in March 2008. The speakers are Harold Johnson, James M. Ward, Steve Chenault and me. I am uploading it because many people were not able to attend his funeral that wanted to and although this is intensely personal, after six years, I think I am comfortable sharing it. This is a video shot by my wife, Bouchra, from her seat at the funeral home. The auto-focus had trouble deciding where to focus and that creates some significant blurring unfortunately."



    Dungeons & Dragons News

    • As mentioned yesterday, we now know D&D Next's release date and prices. A starter set in July, and the Player's Handbook at Gen Con. [342 comments]
    • Warlock Update -- WotC's Mike Mearls talks about the warlock’s focus on pact and power in this week’s Legends & Lore. "In its final incarnation, the warlock blends some of the concepts of the 4th Edition and 3rd Edition warlock. It also incorporates concepts from the binder that influenced the warlock's 4e design." [31 comments]


    Pathfinder RPG News

    • Comics Alliance writes about Pathfinder: City Of Secrets, an upcoming Pathfinder comic book title which features bonus gaming material in the form of an exclusive Pathfinder Roleplaying Game encounter, sourcebook appendix, and a bonus removable playable tactical map/art poster. "In Pathfinder: City of Secrets #1, the Pathfinder heroes head to the city of Magnimar, and danger isn’t far behind. As the wizard Ezren seeks an audience with the Pathfinder Society, his adventuring allies explore the city’s ancient magic, well-hidden secrets, and deep political divides. The dangers and opportunities of the big city could bring the adventurers closer together-or tear them apart!" The article author isn't too familiar with tabletop gaming, though (which is fair enough - it's a comic book site) and asks "Even if you can’t make heads or tails of the Pathfinder Wikipedia entry (So Pathfinder is Dungeons & Dragons but NOT Dungeons & Dragons???)"
    • Erik Mona has posted about the gorgeous Gargantuan White Dragon miniature for the Reign of Winter set of Pathfinder Battles.




    Reviews at OBS

    A couple of articles recently have surfaced in which the authors talk about reviews guidelines for staff reviewers at OBS (the company which owns DrivethruRPG, RPGNow, etc.). The first was this one from prolific Pathfinder reviewer EndZeitgeist: "I’ve been made aware of the fact that featured reviewers (an illustrious circle to which I happen to belong) on OBS (Drivethrurpg & RPGNow) usually don’t post bad reviews there – i.e. no 1 or 2-star ratings. From a business standpoint, that’s a valid decision on their part." The second was from The Douchey DM and Happy Jack's RPG Podcast: "After about a year, DrivethruRPG told us that if we downloaded a product, we HAD to review it, either on their site (preferably) or on our blogs (they hadn’t heard of podcasts, I guess) and provide a link. Soon after this, they said that reviews on their site had to be 4 or 5 stars. After all, we’re getting free product, right? We were also encouraged at one point to not mention that we received the product for free. "

    I'm not too sure how strict that is - EndZeitgeist gave EN Publishing a 2-star review on RPGNow/DTRPG very recently (in full disclosure, not that I'm desperate to advertise it - but it seems pertinent!) and the latter article seems to indicate that the policy has existed for at least a couple of years, so perhaps it's not particularly strictly enforced. With that in mind, and with speculation wandering round forums, Facebook, and Twitter, I figured it would be useful to reach out to OBS to ask them for the actual policy. They were kind enough to reply very quickly:
    Featured Reviewers are all volunteers from the gamer community, we do not have any "staff reviewers" or paid reviewers of any kind. Just enthusiastic volunteers.

    Some are members of the RPG blogging and podcasting community, others are just regular gamers who like writing reviews.

    We would much rather they focus on the cool, interesting, exciting titles that are available on the site when investing their time in writing a review. So, we suggest that if something isn't good enough or something they would not encourage others to purchase they don't bother reviewing it.

    There are many, many new RPG titles hitting the site(s) each day and these volunteers only have so many hours in a day to devote to writing reviews, so why focus that time on products they don't enjoy?

    Featured Reviews show up in our weekly newsletter and occasionally on our social media feeds.

    On the subject of removing reviews:

    We only remove reviews that have profanity, spam or issues unrelated to the actual product. Regarding that last one, if someone had a technical issue that was not the fault of the publisher like a faulty download we'd work with that customer to make sure they got the file and then let them know we'd be removing the review (and encouraging them to post a review of the actual product instead).

    We've even had publishers ask us to remove negative reviews and we have declined since the customer's opinion is their own and we're more than happy to have them share that view on a title they have purchased.

    The Featured Reviewer program has evolved quite a bit over the years and we're looking at new ways to encourage discussion of everything we have available on the site. We recently added the threaded Discussion feature to all of the product pages on every site so gamers can share questions, interact with publishers and more for every title we have available.

    To be honest, the reactions on social networks and the like to the above blogs feel a bit exaggerated, which is why I felt it would help to ask OBS directly (which nobody seemed to have done). I think the issue would be cleared up in an instant if they just called the featured reviews "Recommendations" or something. Nobody can fault anybody for recommending cool stuff!

    Other News

    Sunday, 2nd March, 2014
    D&D NEXT Release Dates! 
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    Click for more about D&DBarnes & Noble has the initial D&D Next releases on its website. Notably, it looks like the game's name has been settled on as simply "D&D". The Player's Handbook is also looking like a fairly solid Gen Con release date, as expected. [342 comments]

    • D&D Starter Set -- July 15, 2014, $19.95
    • D&D Player's Handbook -- August 19, 2014, $49.95

    Announcing the Co-Hosts of the 2014 ENnie Awards

    The ENnie Awards is proud to present the co-hosts for this years ceremony to take place on Friday, August 15: Bill Cavalier and Jen Page!

    We are excited to have such luminaries co-hosting the event and we look forward to seeing you there.



    Bill Cavalier aka THE DUNGEON BASTARD -- Born during a rare convergence between Asgard and the Elemental Plane of Badassitude, Bill Cavalier aka THE DUNGEON BASTARD has inspired thousands of gamers with his peerless wit and brash advice. Whether it’s choosing a race (anything that ends in “warf”), choosing a weapon (anything ending in “axe”) or choosing a snack for your game (anything ending in “jerky”) Bill fearlessly offers his professional ADVENTURE COACHING to the unenlightened masses who seek counsel at www.dungeonbastard.com. He puts the ‘A’ in “AC”, the ‘natural’ in “Nat 20″ and the Dagger of Venom in the ribs of the half-elven bard. Bill is honored to grace the stage alongside the incomparable Jen Page this year since — like any good powergamer — he made Charisma his dump stat.

    Jen Page -- If there was such thing as real life ‘Experience Points’, Jen Page would be racking up the geek stats. She’s modeled for various game art including Magic: The Gathering, Dungeons & Dragons and Forgotten Realms. Her likeness appears in three different graphic novels and she’s been made into a mini, twice. She’s also ambitiously pursuing her own art contributions to RPGs including illustrating maps, mythical races and monstrous creatures. She enjoys genre writing for film, web series and short subjects. Her acting career embraces gamer and sci-fi/fantasy interests such as the explosively visual smash-hit Project London and the beloved Gamers films. Catch her this year in Chop Socky Boom, season 2, The Coffee Table, season 2 and lending her voice to the CGI feature film, Dead Salvage. She looks forward to co-hosting the ENnies this year with a certain Dungeon Bastard, knowing full well she’ll need to make some successful Sanity Checks.

    D&D Next Adventure Contest Closed!

    A nice selection of D&D Next Adventure Contest entries! The judges Kevin Kulp, Sean K Reynolds, and Keith Baker) should have fun reading those throughout March. Some of the production values on them are much higher than I'd have expected. During March, only the judges can download the entries. They'll all be available for free in April though. Good luck to all the contestants!

    Dungeons & Dragons News





    Here is what we learned about the Warlock:

    Warlocks have spellcasting, and invocations.

    Spells: At higher levels, the highest level spell they have is level 5, and they don't get many spells. At 2nd level he has two spells. BUT, he has spells per Short Rest rather than spells per day. So each time they take a short rest, they get all their spells back. The spells they get don't scale much, though a few do like burning hands. He used burning hands. He also had, hellish rubuke, command, and charm person (so he seems to know four spells at 2nd level). He has cantrips too. In this example, his character had: eldritch blast, thaumaturgy, and minor illusion. In sum, he can use spells more frequently than other casters, but less potent.

    Invocations: Unclear if they start with them or get them at 2nd level, but at 2nd level the sample character has two invocations: One lets him cast disguise self at-will, and the other helps him improve his eldritch blast. Invocations are always based on abilities or traits.

    He is a diabolic (or infernal) warlock, which means he gets temporary hit points when he drops someone to 0 hp with an attack.

    At level 3 the class chooses one of: blade (warrior-like), chain (pet), or tome (caster-like).

    It's a little bit of a fusion of the 3e and 4e Warlock, with some elements of the 3e Binder class and the Pacts from 4e.

    They also mention, "Traits, Flaws, and Bonds" of the characters. By playing to his background, one player gained an inspiration point. He was told that when doing something related to his "traits, flaws, or bonds" he can spend the inspiration point to gain advantage on a check.

    On Twitter I asked Mike Mearls about Inspiration Points, and he said:

    "It's basically a micro-reward a DM can hand out for good roleplay or any other reason. Spend it to gain advantage on a roll."

    I asked about the Traits, Flaws, and Bonds issue, and whether it was part of the Storygame module. He replied:

    "They're not a storygame thing - just roleplaying elements that a DM can reward mechanically." "With caveat that to me, storygame is much more about plot control in the game for players."

    N.E.W. Playtesters

    • There are 20 new playtest slots open for the N.E.W. roleplaying game. See www.woinrpg.com for details. Existing What's O.L.D. is N.E.W. playtesters should download the latest playtest 280-page document dated 28 FEB 2014, along with the new playtest adventure, A Visit to Keepsake.


    Dungeons & Dragons News

    • In this week's D&D Next Q&A, Rodney looks at sorcerer/wizard spell lists ("The sorcerer also has some spells on its list that the wizard does not have, and vice versa"); metamagic effects; and the "gish" fighter, which I'm given to understand is a term used on the WotC messageboards to refer to a fighter-wizard type. [34 comments]
    • Livestream: Scourge of the Sword Coast -- Join members of the D&D team as they play through the latest season of D&D Encounters, featuring the Scourge of the Sword Coast adventure, which follows up on the events of the 25-hour Extra Life marathon game. It's between 11 AM and 1 PM (PST) most Fridays for the next couple of months (or 8pm-10pm GMT).
    • Today is the LAST DAY to get your D&D Adventure Contest entries in! The deadline is midnight GMT, which for those of you in the US is between 2pm and 6pm, depending on your time zone.


    Extended ZEITGEIST Player's Guide

    Fan of the ZEITGEIST: The Gears of Revolution adventure path? If so, there's some great news for you!

    The all-new EXTENDED Player's Guide for ZEITGEIST: The Gears of Revolution! Powered by Kickstarter, this Player's Guide is a whopping 75 pages of FREE material for players planning on delving into the ZEITGEIST adventure path. The free Player’s Guide is designed for players of the ZEITGEIST adventure path, and contains background information and character options. This is the D&D 4th Edition version of the guide - the Pathfinder version is coming very soon!

    ZEITGEIST is a critically acclaimed adventure path from EN Publishing, brought to you by the same people who created the War of the Burning Sky campaign saga and featuring the same level of intriguing plot, memorable NPCs , and a strong, immersive storyline. In the ZEITGEIST campaign saga, your characters serve in the Homeland Constabulary of the nation of Risur, protecting the country and its citizens from foreign threats lurking within Risur's borders. During missions of espionage and assassination, your duty will be to root out hostile spies and pursue international conspiracies. As you learn more of your homeland's own secrets, however, your loyalties may be tested, may even be turned, and you may find that it is you whose hand controls the gears of the turning age.

    Other News

    • Christina Stiles has launched a crowdfunding project at IndieGoGo which is designed to encourage women and children to get involved in RPGs. It's called Medusa’s Guide for Gamer Girls, and contains advice on making games more welcoming for women, along with essays from several women in the industry and blogosphere.


    Aaron Allston Passes Away

    Sci-fi author and game designer Aaron Allston passed away yesterday. Over the years, he worked for Steve Jackson Games, TSR, and a number of Star Wars novels. You can read a eulogy here. "Novelist and game designer Aaron Allston has died in Branson, Missouri, age 53. Cause of death is currently unknown, but Aaron suffered a massive heart attack in March 2009 and bouts of poor health thereafter. Aaron was an endlessly inventive creator, one of the best roleplaying gamemasters ever, a mordant authority on bad films, and a rare wit."

    Dungeons & Dragons News

    • Campaign Themes -- Since we’re building on larger concepts of late, James has chosen to address the topic of themes in D&D campaigns. What themes do you use—if any? [34 comments]
    • What D&D books would you like to see after the core? [35 comments]
    • Tomorrow (Friday) is the LAST DAY to get your entries in for the D&D Next Adventure Contest. You entry must be uploaded by midnight GMT on Friday. If you're in the US, that's 2pm-6pm, depending on your time zone.


    Pathfinder RPG News

    • Thunderscape: the World of Aden is now available to the public via DriveThruRPG and Studio 2 Publishing! The PDF is available for download in both locations and the hardcopy is available for pre-order through Studio 2, who will be shipping the book in March. A successful kickstarter project, Thunderscape is a setting and mechanics sourcebook for Pathfinder with twelve new races, nine new classes, and a world that first appeared in the 1990s hit PC games Thunderscape and Entomorph.


    13th Age News

    • Check out this review of the 13th Age Bestiary. "Is the 13th Age Bestiary a game-changing tome? Very nearly, and it is excellent at what is does. Gone are the days when a Monster Manual can contain just page after page of statblocks (I’m looking at you, Fourth Edition D&D) – this puts the monsters’ stories front and centre."
    • Jomathan Tweet has written a Pathfinder/3.5 Player’s Guide to 13th Age.


    What's Going On With What's O.L.D. is N.E.W.?

    You're probably tired of hearing me talk about it! Anyhow, the What's O.L.D. is N.E.W. Kickstarter is approaching. It'll be launched when enough people have registered an interest. If you would like to receive a single email to notify you when the Kickstarter for the O.L.D. and N.E.W. roleplaying games launches, just enter your email address here. This will ONLY be used to send you an email to let you know when the Kickstarter launches. You won't be spammed, and the email won't be passed on to anybody. The email will also include a link which will let you download both playtest documents for free so you can check it out before you decide whether to support it or not.

    If you're still wondering what this all is -- O.L.D. and N.E.W. are two gorgeous, crunchy, compatible roleplaying games - medieval fantasy and far-future science fiction.



    This Year with The One Ring

    Cubicle 7's The One Ring RPG has a whole bunch of cool looking stuff planned for this year:

    Summer

    • The One Ring Revised Core Manual"As stocks of the current box set are running low, we’re taking the opportunity to revise and reprint The One Ring Roleplaying Game in a single volume, clarifying some rules and adding in some new art by John Howe. For those of you who own the existing set, don’t worry, we’ll make any revisions and clarifications available as a separate PDF, but we’re confident that you’ll want to add this volume to your collection all the same."
    • Rivendell"Our next major setting supplement will take your adventures west across the Misty Mountains to the Last Homely House. This supplement expands play into eastern Eriador, covering not only Rivendell itself, but Angmar, Fornost, Mount Gram, Tharbad and everywhere in between. There are also rules for Magical Treasure, Rangers of the North, Elves of Rivendell, the Eye of Sauron and loads more besides."



    Autumn

    • Ruins of the North"To accompany Rivendell, Ruins of the North is an adventure anthology that takes your company from Wilderland and into Eriador, hunting Trolls, Barrow-wights and malignant spirits, and exploring the ruins of Fornost, Angmar and into the Barrow-downs. There’s some great stuff in here, including some well-loved characters from Bilbo Baggins and Glorfindel to Tom Bombadil himself…"
    • The Adventurer’s Companion"Not long after the release of the new core manual comes the first supplement aimed squarely at players. Including a whole wealth of advice, ideas and background for making your own hero and company, as well as new Heroic Cultures including Bree-folk, Riders of Rohan, Dwarves of the Blue Mountain, the Elves of Lorien and Men of Gondor, a new Calling in the form of the Captain, and expanded rules for generational play."



    Winter

    • Horse-lords of Rohan"Our second setting supplement takes us south along the Anduin and into the land of the Rohirrim, where we explore not only the culture and lands of the Riders of Rohan, but also their rivals the Dunlendings. We’ll also venture into the depths of Fangorn Forest and into Isengard itself."


    Other News

    • The "Crone" tabletop RPG is preparing to launch its Kickstarter. It's "a witchy new roleplaying game is gearing up for a crowdfunding campaign on Kickstarter. Crone places it's focus solely on the elderly witches of folktale and legend; wise, powerful, and maybe just a little bit wicked."
    • A new scenario had been released for Trail of Cthulhu. The Many a Deaths of Edward Bigsby is from the pen of seasoned ToC author, Adam Gauntlett and is compatible with Pelgrane's Bookhounds of London campaign.
    • Gnome Stew writes about things a GM should own.

    Dungeons & Dragons News

    • The Lost Triarchy of Scorune -- “A proper triarchy!” These words have a specific meaning in the Realms, and Ed explains the lore behind them, plus gives you hints about treasure caches that you can bring into your game.


    Other News

    • This post on Harbinger of Doom deals with the transition from mid-level play to high-level play, and includes a variety of plot seeds for high-level play.


    The REAL Reason to Back What's O.L.D. is N.E.W.

    This is the REAL reason you should support What's O.L.D. is N.E.W. Don't believe any other videos which may or may not appear soon. This one tells it like it is.



    On a more serious note, be sure to sign up for notification of the Kickstarter launch. There will be an early-bird discounted pledge for the first 100 people, so you'll want to know about it quickly!

    Dungeons & Dragons News

    • There's just FIVE DAYS left to get your entries in for the D&D Next Adventure Contest. The deadline is this coming Friday. Don't miss out!
    • Sorcerers in D&D Next -- Mike talks about how the sorcerer evolved back to basics in this week’s Legends & Lore. "In the end, we preserved the concept of a warrior-mage within the fighter class, in addition to the ability to create a fighter/wizard through multiclassing. For the sorcerer, we went back to the class's first appearance and started from scratch." [50 comments]


    Pathfinder RPG News

    • Erik Mona's latest miniatures blog looks at four Reign of Winter miniatures which are ideal for PCs: Pale Tower Guard, Nadya Petska, Greta the barbarian,a and Ratibor the Bold.




    Other News

    • In an interesting - if slightly unusual - Kickstarter, Paco Jaen of GMS Magazine is raising funds for Dice & Slice, a video series about tabletop gaming and cooking! "15 episodes of tabletop games and food with friends in which you choose the games and the food!"


    Sign Up For What's O.L.D. is N.E.W. Kickstarter Notification

    If you've been interested in the various previews, snippets, and other news items for the O.L.D. and N.E.W. roleplaying games, you should sign up here to get a one-time (no spam) email to notify you when the Kickstarter launches. In addition, that notification -when it comes - will include links to download BOTH playtest documents for free to you can check it out before you decide to support it. And, on that note, the Herbalism & Alchemy chapter in O.L.D. is coming along well. Check out this character sheet addendum:

    Friday, 21st February, 2014
    Happy 30th Anniversary Dragonlance! 
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    Happy 30th Birthday To Dragonlance

    WotC has a lengthy article on its website today celebrating 30 years of Dragonlance, the campaign setting and adventure path originally created by Tracy Hickman and Margaret Weis. [42 comments]

    Thirty years ago this March, the world of Krynn debuted in the Dragonlance series of adventures and novels. There have been quite a few twists and turns in the years since -- and today we offer a brief history of one of D&D’s most innovative settings!




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