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RPG News for Tuesday, 18 Dec, 2012

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D&D News If you don't have it already, you can download yesterday's new D&D Next Playtest package. The forum discussion for it is here. Another tiny tidbit from Mike Mearls (see yesterday's...
Pretty Darn Fun (a look at new PDFs)
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The gift giving season is upon us. This is great for those of us who like PDFs (or are curious). We can now get some really good PDFs on the cheap as publishers start releasing some of their older...

How to Sabotage your RPG Session

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Many GMs attempt to get their games to run smoothly. They minimize distractions, set the mood, and try to maximize the gaming experience for their players. As a player, it’s probably in your best...

Review of Age of Cthulhu (Vol. V): The Long Reach of Evil by Goodman Games

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There is something extraordinarily terrifying about Lovecraft’s Cthulhu Mythos. Sure dealing with vampires and werewolves warring against each other is creepy at times, and everyone has their...
New Hobby Game Releases UK
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The following will be hitting UK stores this week. For further information please contact your usual suppliers for details. This list was compiled by Angus Abranson.

Gamehackery: EN World: Community of Ideas

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EN World is bouncing back from a devastating hacking. The databases are still there, and we still have our decade+ of history -- but the custom code that has accrued over the years has been...

RPG News for Saturday, 15 Dec, 2012

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D&D News http://www.wizards.com/dnd/images/dragon_418.jpgCheck out our review of Mordenkainen’s Magnificent Emporium, the latest review I've salvaged from the Great Breach of 2012 and placed...
Review of Mistborn Adventure Game (Part 1) by Crafty Games
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There has always been a strong link between storytelling and role-playing games, and it is that link that differentiates RPG’s from board games and war games. Sure, board games and war games...

RPG News for Thursday, 13 Dec, 2012

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Pathfinder News http://www.enworld.org/newsimages/emspire.jpgPaizo has announced the lineup of 12 game designers who will be creating levels of the Emerald Spire Superdungeon, a stretch goal...

Experience Point: Try it! You might love it!

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I did something really cool last night. I got to try out blacksmithing! I’ve wanted to do this for a long, long time. For at least a dozen years I’ve been going to the North Carolina State Fair...

RPG News for Wednesday, 12 Dec, 2012

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http://www.enworld.org/newsimages/achtung.jpgD&D News When you think about D&D, what do you think its essence is? Jon goes over what he and his colleagues at Wizards have discussed, plus brings...
Pretty Darn Fun (A look at new PDFs)
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With the shutdown and phoenix-like rebirth of EN World we were unable to post last week's Pretty Darn Fun. However, that does not mean the info was lost forever. No, this week we have a double...
RPG News for Tuesday, Dec 11, 2012
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D&D News Today, WotC's James Wyatt talks about Elementals. Other RPGs Cubicle 7 has released The Ballad of Bass Rock, a 1920s Cthulhu Britannica scenario for Call of Cthulhu, written by...

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...

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