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Review of Halls of Undermountain by Wizards of the Coast

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Thanks, Neuroglyph for a well-done review. How useful is this as a resource for people who already have the older Undermountain material?

Review of Beacon in the Dark by Sneak Attack Press

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Do the skill challenges sync up to whatever the current rules for skill challenges are?

Review of Kobold Quarterly Issue #21 (Spring 2012) by Open Design

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Nice review, but I noticed something a bit odd: the "Putting the Band Back Together" article is, as I recall, from the previous issue (#20), not this one. I think the same goes for the "Small...

Review of Player Minion & DM Minion by Goat Head Software

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At the time of this article, I mentioned that I did not know if the developers of this app had plans for ANDROID users. I received an email last night from Ben Knoll at Goathead Software stating...
How WotC Got Its Name
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Here's the story of how Wizards of the Coast got it's name, which of course is intertwined with the story of the inception of the company itself. My early days of D&D were in the late 70's and...

Review of Zobeck Gazetteer (Pathfinder/d20) by Open Design

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Is this only in PDF format?

Review of Lords of Waterdeep (Board Game) by Wizards of the Coast

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2.5 hours? That's long. The game is generally 60 minutes with 2-4 players, and 80-90 minutes with 5 players.

Lords of Waterdeep Boardgame - Merric's Review

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Great review! I was just looking at reviews on BGG, was a bit disappointed at what was there, and gave up to come here for other stuff. Surprise, exactly what I was looking for! (Are you going to...

Pathfinder Review: Distant Worlds

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John Carter was a hell of a romp. :)

Review of Players Option: Heroes of the Elemental Chaos

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I think the book would have jumped a whole point in my estimation if they'd just given the elementalist appropriate 'bending' powers, a la Avatar: The Last Airbender. Make them cantrips or...

Review of Adventure-a-Week.com & Crypt of the Sun Lord (free module!)

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I'm exclusively a 4ther and even I'm tempted to subscribe. This site is gorgeous, and the production value alone is wonderful. Had this been 4e, I'd have subscribed in a heartbeat. I'm really...

Mike Mearls: A Paladin, Ranger, and Wizard With Arcane Tradition Walk Into A Tavern

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After Gen Con and the release of the second Open Playtest packet, I had a third opportunity since December to ask Mike Mearls, Lead Designer of D&D Next some more questions. I want to thank him...

Pathfinder Review: Pirates of the Inner Sea

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Once again, thank you for the awesome and insightful reviews, Steel. They do not go unappreciated.

Pre-Release Review of Heroes of the Elemental Chaos by Wizards of the Coast

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Great review but I would offer one nitpick. Orcs were originally chaotic evil. They only became LE with the AD&D Monster Manual but they were chaotic evil before that. Emphasising the CHAOTIC...

Pre-Release Review of Story Forge by Kelp Entertainment

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Thank you for bringing this to our (collective) attention! I'll be backing this--it's a terrific concept.

Pathfinder Review: Inner Sea Magic

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Definitely a must have! Great book! One small correction. The Campaign Setting line is monthly, not bi-monthly. :)

Review of They Shall Be Paid In Coin of the Realm by Taurus Twelve

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"... the local press showed up... I was away... one of the freshmen... providing the reporter with her version... a number of painful gaffs... the “essence of role-playing” was “finding monsters...

GameMastery Review: Pirate Ship Flip-Mat and Map Pack: Mines

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I have been buying both Dungeon Tiles and Map Packs at about the same rate. They are quality product for those of us who suck at drawing immersive battle maps. The flip mats are decent for the...

Review of The Breaking of Forstor Nagar by Rite Publishing

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As someone who pretty much only buys in print, I'd include that this is available in print at: The Breaking of Forstor Nagar

Review of Kobold Quarterly Issue #20 (Winter 2012) by Open Design

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Thanks for this review! I think it is fair to say that the 4E submissions have been few and far between lately; many of our regular 4E writers have moved on to other things. As always, we can...



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