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Podcast #161: ZEITGEIST Campaign Setting with Ryan Nock
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This week, Morrus and Peter are joined by Ryan Nock to talk about EN Publishing’s campaign setting ZEITGEIST! In the news, D&D’s Jeremy Crawford clarifies Dungeons & Dragons canon policy, Games...
D&D Beyond Cancels Competition
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D&D Beyond has been running an art contest which asked creators to enter D&D-themed portrait frame. DDB got to use any or all of the entries, while the winner and some runners up received some...
News Digest for the Week of July 30
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Hello everyone, Darryl here with this week’s gaming news! Wizards of the Coast clarifies policy on D&D canon, Hasbro’s shareholders earning call once again highlights Dungeons & Dragons, GAMA...
Stealing Stories For The Devil: An Interview With Charles M. Ryan (Monte Cook Games)
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Monte Cook Games has a new Kickstarter for a new zero-prep heist RPG, Stealing Stories For The Devil. MCG COO, Charles M. Ryan, agreed to answer my questions about the project, the free primer...
This Potbellied Kobold Is Full of Surprises
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Most official 5e adventure collections come in one of two styles; a campaign style storyline meant to be played straight through or a collection of vaguely themed adventures to be dropped in...
EN5ider #405 - Mini-Adventure: Lucky Copper Inn
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Ready for a good night's rest? EN5ider has just the place! It's so great you'll never want to leave. Which is good because you'll always end up back there.
WotC Explains 'Canon' In More Detail
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Recently, WotC's Jeremy Crawford indicated that only the D&D 5th Edition books were canonical for the roleplaying game. In a new blog article, Chris Perkins goes into more detail about how that...
Dragon Reflections #47
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Dragon Publishing released Dragon issue 47 in March 1981. It is 80 pages long and has a cover price of $3.00. In this issue, we have a new RPG called Crimefighters, planar adventures, and the AD&D...
Pre-Order Doctor Who 2E Now!
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The Doctor Who RPG 2nd Edition is now available as a PDF or hardcover as a pre-order. The award-winning Doctor Who: The Roleplaying Game has regenerated into a new Second Edition that is...
RPG Print News – Cubicle 7, Mongoose, EN Publishing and More
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This week involves travel back to the 70s, 80s, and 90s for inspiration. There are adventures for the world’s oldest roleplaying game and its various versions. So two adventures for D&D...
RPG Crowdfunding News – The Devil Made Us Do It, Druids, Fedora Noir, and More
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In this article, I look at RPG crowdfunding projects ending between July 30th to August 19th. This week’s offerings include an idea fit for TV, multiple 5e products, magazines, a convention, and more.
Games Workshop Gives Staff £5,000 Bonus
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While the pandemic has hit many industries hard, the tabletop gaming industry has -- shipping issues aside -- not suffered the way many others have. Nottingham-based Games Workshop is one such...
What's In A Capstone?
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A capstone feature represents the highest point of your adventuring career: that special ability you get when you reach 20th level in your chosen class. It’s a reward for countless adventures —...
The Horned Rat: A Review
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One of the great joys of the Warhammer Fantasy RPG lies in its ability to blend grim darkness with wild, fantastical creativity, and this is on full display in The Horned Rat. Over the course of...
EN5ider #404 - Villain Spotlight: Illusive Fool
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This issue of EN5ider might seem like more clowning around—which is all part of the act and what makes this illusionist so dangerous!
Mythological Figures: Friar Tuck
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Here’s hoping you're ready for a jolly entry in Mythological Figures—and that you brought your own drinking flask. It’s that big witty lumbering drunkard and expelled member of the church: Friar Tuck!
Camping and D&D: Preparing for the Trip
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I've been recently named Scoutmaster of my Boy Scout troop, so I thought it'd be a good opportunity to introduce Dungeons & Dragons to my younger Scouts during camp downtime. But first, I had to...
How Does Stealth Work in D&D 5E?
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Stealth is a complex skill. The rules can be found in the Player’s Handbook, largely on page 177. On the surface, it seems simple: it is a Dexterity (Stealth) check opposed by a Wisdom...
Podcast #160: RPG Kitchen and Roleplaying Rentals with Adam RKitch
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This week, Morrus and Peter are joined by Adam RKitch to talk about the roleplaying game rental service RPG Kitchen! In the news, new Critical Role sourcebook, R. A. Salvatore comments on...
WotC Is Designing Adventures With Shorter Content Chunks
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In a recent interview, WotC’s Jeremy Crawford talked about how WotC’s D&D design accommodates streaming and busier adult gamers by dividing adventures into shorter, bite-sized content...

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