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Sage Advice: Jeremy Crawford on Ability Checks & What They're Not
A new Sage Advice column has arrived. In this one, Jeremy Crawford discusses ability checks and spellcasting. Questions include whether attack rolls and saves are basically ability checks (no), whether the hex spell's target has disadvantage on attacks and saves which use the chosen ability (no), whether the bard's Jack of All Trades feature applies to attacks and saves (no), and whether an ability check to grapple or shove is an attack roll (no).

Why Is Chris Perkins Tweeting Page Snippets Of Mongrelfolk?

I didn't see that either. Do mongrelfolk appear in one of the adventures they've released, or is...

D&D 3E/3.5 Player's Handbook 3.5 now available as a PDF

Yay! The core rulebooks are finally starting to appear on the DNDClassics site. And it looks...

Adventure Time Book For D&D?

I wonder what this is about. https://twitter.com/ChrisPerkinsDnD/status/590711704616620034 I...

Hasbro CEO: "D&D is Really on a Tear"

Sorry, that laugh was a result of clumsy fingers on my phone.

Princes of the Apocalypse Basic Rules Supplement

I like that they're doing this, I like it a lot!

D&D Starter Set at Walmart

Well that is surreal. Did they have anything like that in the book department?

Elemental Evil Player's Companion Now Available in Print!

Drivethru is offering a POD version of the Elemental Evil Player's Companion (premium and...

The Second PRINCES OF THE APOCALYPSE Review

Between this and Fildrigar's review (not to mention the AL preview), I'm eagerly awaiting this...
The Hellcow Report
What's Eberron creator Keith Baker up to? Quite a lot, as it happens! Q&As about dragon marks, news on his new card based roleplaying game Phoenix: Dawn Command, conventions, and podcasts. Plus, of course, the big question - Eberron in 5E? He says "I still don't have any news about official Eberron content, other than that I am still talking with WotC about it and that I do believe it will happen (though I don't know what form it will take). Progress is slow, but it's still progress."

Ernest Gary Gygax (July 27, 1938 – March 4, 2008)

Thank you Gary. For everything. For the game, the friends, for your children, including Ernest...

Book of Lost Spells On Sale Now

It's out? Cool! And now I'm *really* nervous! :) Cheers!
Second 5th Edition Survey! Plus Results of the First Survey: The Ranger Gets Some Attention!
A new survey is up on the official D&D website. It looks like its covering the classes not in the last survey and the recent Eberron material. WotC also reports on what was learned from the last survey. "For our second survey, we’re focused on the final six classes in the game and the Eberron material that we rolled out in last month’s Unearthed Arcana. If you haven’t looked at that article and want to provide feedback, read it over and come back to the survey later. Even if you don’t have a chance to use the Eberron material in your game, your reactions to it are helpful. You can also skip over the Eberron questions if you don’t want to give feedback on that material."
Unearthed Arcana - The 5E "Battlesystem" Mass Combat Rules Are Here!
The mass combat rules have been posted in the latest Unearthed Arcana. "The D&D combat rules in the Player’s Handbook are designed to model conflict between small groups—an adventuring party of perhaps three to six characters against monster groups that rarely exceed a dozen creatures. Combat on this scale keeps the focus squarely on the adventurers. In some D&D campaigns, though, the story might hinge on battles involving dozens or hundreds of monsters and warriors. In this second installment of Unearthed Arcana, we build on the standard combat rules to model conflict on a much larger scale, allowing players and DMs to control whole armies. At the same time, these rules for mass combat allow individual adventurers to lead an army’s charge against an enemy regiment, rally dispirited soldiers to rejoin the fray, or defeat powerful enemy monsters or leaders."
Sneak Peak of Realm Works on the Web!
Lone Wolf Development makes the popular Hero Lab character generation software, and is also the creator of Realm Works, a campaign management suite. They've sent along an update and preview of the latter in video format, which you can see below. "Brought to you by the creators of Hero Lab®, Realm Works is the tool every Game Master has dreamed about for managing campaigns. Spend less time preparing, more time creating, and focus on sharing the story with your players! Built by a team of experienced GMs, Realm Works can be used with any game system and allows you to create and manipulate your world like never before."

The City of Brass comes to Kickstarter in 7 days

Next Friday, March 6, The City of Brass Kickstarter goes live. If you haven't heard of it yet, The City of Brass is an app designed to help you manage the mechanics of your game, so you can focus on what matters: playing that game.

Video Review of Temple of Elemental Evil Board Game

A video review of Temple of Elemental Evil is has been posted, and reveals a LOT of details about the game, including all the fighter's powers, the meaning of the runes on the tiles, the trap tokens, upgrades that can be purchased, and lots more. The review is by Tom Vasel of The Dice Tower and is about 15 minutes long.

Jeremy Crawford's New Sage Advice Column

Thanks. I hadn't seen it.

Princes of the Apocalypse, the four prophets (Spoiler Alert)

Based on the air prophet picture above, I wonder if we're going to see the return of Murdock's...

Unearthed Arcana Unearthed Arcana is Here - and it's all about EBERRON!

Pretty awesome that this series has started :D...
EN5IDER and TRAILSEEKER Articles & Adventures
This is a list of the articles and adventures commissioned so far for EN5ider and TRAILseeker. If you're interested in writing or art for either, check out the submissions page. When we launch, each will have 3 articles and one adventure for free. They'll be the free samples which will show you why you should subscribe! Each publication will initially produce four items per month, including one system-neutral item and one adventure.

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