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News Digest for the Week of April 3
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Hello everyone, Darryl here with this week’s gaming news! April Fools products and posts from across the industry, TSR co-founder Brian Blume passed away, entire cast of Far Veronia quits over an...
Crowdfunding News – The Griffon’s Saddlebag, Fading Suns, and More
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This week I look at RPG crowdfunding projects that end between April 10th and 16th. This sampling includes projects that run on D&D 5e, Pathfinder, Starfinder, Powered by the Apocalypse, and more...
5E EN5ider #324 - Mini-Adventure: Aberrant Echoes
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Who hasn't ventured into a dungeon with psionic dangers and psychic threats? It's practically a rite of passage. Today however, EN5ider asks you all: have you delved into a labyrinth that is itself a potent consciousness possessing mighty mental powers?
5E Epic Monsters: Lucifer (1 of 3), Falling Angel
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Today’s entry in Epic Monsters isn’t the most epic yet, but it’s on its way there: a portrait of modern religion’s greatest villain as he plummets from the heavens, that dastardly falling angel Lucifer! This is the first if three increasingly powerful builds: Falling, Fallen, and Lord of Hell.
News Digest for the Week of March 27
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Hello everyone, Darryl here with this week’s gaming news! More COVID-19 updates from conventions and companies, new Dungeons & Dragons Unearthed Arcana, new Pathfinder releases, Chaosium announces...
Ranger, Why Do You Guard the Frontier?
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Rangers are warriors who roam the wilds defending civilization against monsters. Determining why your ranger lives such a rough life may open up new roleplaying opportunities for you to explore...
Crowdfunding News: The Greatest Thieves in Lankhmar, Monsters! Monsters RPG, and more
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Between April 3rd and 9th, a number of Dungeons & Dragons 5th Edition crowdfunding campaigns end. These books include adventures, new rules, and a project about hair in D&D. Add to that, Lankhmar...
5E EN5ider #323 - Enchanted Trinkets: Zlick Willy's Wily Wares
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The annual day of pranks is fast approaching and EN5ider has an article sure to help with injecting a bit of (likely much needed) levity into your games: 10 prank-oriented enchanted trinkets ranging from a barrel of sea monkeys to friendly joybuzzers, omni-dimensional dribble glasses, talk rocks™, and much more!
5E Mythological Figures: Prospero
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“My high charms work, and these, mine enemies, are all knit up in their distractions. They now are in my power.” If you’re thinking that I’m talking about the central character in Shakespeare’s The Tempest, you know today’s entry in Mythological Figures is Prospero!
Explorer's Guide to Wildemount Review
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The combination of Critical Role's success and its patronage from D&D Beyond in its second season probably made Explorer's Guide to Wildemount inevitable. Wizards of the Coast is virtually...
Crowdfunding News – Beam Saber, The Midnight World, Ascendant, and More
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This week I review RPG crowdfunding projects that end between March 27 and April 2. From RPGs featuring mechs, superheros, and horror to RPG zines and gaming accessories, there’s variety to consider.
5E EN5ider #322 - ZEITGEIST 10 : Godmind (Part 1)
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In the 10th module of the ZEITGEIST adventure path the PCs face a fundamentally altered world filled with a host of fey titans!
5E Epic Monsters: Caliban
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“That, if I then had waked after long sleep, will make me sleep again | and then in dreaming, the clouds me thought would open | and show riches ready to drop upon me, that when I waked I cried to dream again.” If you know who today’s entry in Mythological Figures is already, unlike me you’d have answered that televised trivia show question with The Tempest and won the game: Caliban!​
When Pandemic Isn't Just a Game
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The World Health Organization (WHO) recently announced that the outbreak of the COVID-19 virus is officially a pandemic. The implications for what a pandemic means for the tabletop gaming industry...
Dragon Reflections #31
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TSR Periodicals published The Dragon Issue 31 in November 1979. It is 56 pages long and has a cover price of $2.00. In this issue, Gary Gygax tells us why you can't game in Middle Earth, Eric...
Crowdfunding News: Ptolus, Pasión de las Pasiones, and more
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Among the RPG crowdfunding projects that end between March 20 and 26, there are several that use Dungeons & Dragons 5th Edition rules as well as some Powered by the Apocalypse options...
5E EN5ider #321 - Intriguing Organizations: The Gutter Guild
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Keeping a medieval city clean is not an easily handled matter or one to be ignored—and that's where the Gutter Guild comes in, cleaning up sewers by wrangling cubes, jellies, oozes, and puddings through the passages below!
5E Mythological Figures: Titania
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“Then I must be thy lady: but I know | When thou hast stolen away from fairy land… | Your buskin'd mistress and your warrior love, | To Theseus must be wedded, and you come | To give their bed joy and prosperity.” The thespians among you likely already know who I’m quoting, but to everyone else take heed for today Mythological Figures considers the Faerie Queen Titania!
Rise of the Artificial Game Master
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In the past, computer role-playing games (CRPGs) have largely sidelined the role of the game master in favorite of simple automation chiefly dedicated to managing non-player characters (NPCs). But...
Hands-On VR--Star Wars: Secrets of the Empire
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Chris Cocks, the CEO of Wizards of the Coast, mentioned the possibility of an augmented-reality game for Dungeons & Dragons in 2017. Three years later we're still waiting. But a new advanced in...

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