3G: Gaming, Gifts, and Geek Chic

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It’s that time of the year when I break out my goose quill pen and bottle of squid ink and lovingly pen a Christmas wish list to Santa on a sheet of vellum. I give the same list to my wife and...

RPG News from the Last Week

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This is a bit of a catch-up news post, covering some of the stuff that happened while EN World was down last week. We're back up now, and slowly trying to rebuild the site. Here's some of what...

Why D&D Sucks

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Before you get your dander up and decided to cremate me with your +5 flame sword, I’d like to point out that this article is a spoof. Do you hear me, a spoof! I like D&D, you like D&D, everyone...

Feedback

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What are your plans for illustration? In monster manuals, adventures, settings, and anything else needing them. Are these going to be tied in as part of the rules again? Will I be able to hold up...

Pathfinder Review: The Ruby Phoenix Tournament

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In past reviews and columns, I have examined a number of different products and product lines published or licensed by Paizo – and there are still a few lines I’ve yet to look at. Nevertheless...

Review of Critical Hit & Fumble Card Deck by Geek Corps Productions

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Since the days of R.E. Howard’s famed Conan stories, fantasy combats have been messy affairs at best. In fantasy novels, comics, and movies, limbs get hewn off, blood flies everywhere, and...

Review of The Slithering Monsoon by Rattlesnake Games

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I’m not sure if it is just me, but somehow it feels like there has been a greater diversity among types of published adventure material with this current edition of Dungeons & Dragons. Rather than...

Review of Enter the Shadowside by Marco Leon

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I’ve always been a huge fan of occult and horror, whether it’s movies, books, or role-playing games. When Call of Cthulhu first came out, I was ecstatic at finally being able to role-play out the...

Review of Elves with Shotguns by Randomology Games

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The evolution of technology in most fantasy role-playing campaigns is almost always somewhat warped from what we know from our own mundane history. Bronze Age through Dark Age weapons and armor...

Review of The Heart of Fire by Darklight Interactive

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Sometimes it’s just good clean fun to pull out a cliché and run with it. Perhaps one could say that a better word here might be “trope”, but regardless of the term, we DMs have all been done it...

Review of Rusty Axe Dungeon Tiles (Core Set)

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Of all the accessories that can enhance the role-playing game experience, dungeon tiles seem to have come the farthest from their early offerings. While many gamers were content to use the...

Gamehackery: Bringing Tech to the Analog Playtest

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One of the players in my home game has physical limitations that make it difficult for him to play in that old school, pen-and-paper way. Our game is 4e, and the wealth of computer and iPad-based...
Oriental Adventures Pronunciation Guide
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Since Oriental Adventures draws from several different Asian cultures, it includes a variety of unusual words. Because of the blend of languages, pronunciation is problematic. For your...
Appendix N: Inspirational and Educational Reading
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From the 1st-Edition DMG, Appendix N is a list of literary influences which inspired Gary Gygax' development of the game. It's entitled "APPENDIX N: INSPIRATIONAL AND EDUCATIONAL READING" and...

Pages List

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This is a placeholder post while EN World is being rebuilt. Pages below may need fixing and may contain broken links. We're working on bringing everything back ASAP! ZEITGEIST Adventure Path...

Paizo Blog: Are you ready to be a Superstar?

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It's time for RPG Superstar 2013! Every year, Paizo holds an annual open-call RPG design competition to give the best and brightest aspiring game designers a chance to show the world their talent...

Gamehackery: Eff You, Imagination!

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You spent hours making it though... Wouldn't you be better served playing D&D with something like the Neverwinter Nights construction toolset? You could build a 3d environment for that kind of...

Camp Myth: The RPG

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Camp Myth: The RPG: Camp Myth is a summer camp built exclusively for mythological creatures. A place where mythical kids from across the globe gather to earn merit badges for obviously practical...

All the News, and Then Some

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Every traveling minstrel, peddler, and caravan brings news (and false rumors and overblown gossip) to town, its purveyors often trading their words for a drink or a meal at a wayside inn. Read...

Flying Mounts

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Are you curious about the lore of mounts in D&D? D&D Alumni takes you through the stables and out into the air with this month’s column. Read Flying Mounts on D&D Insider here!

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