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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...

Review: Pathfinder Minis: Heroes and Monsters

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The local FLGS here (Victoria BC) is selling the large single-mini cartons (Ogre, Ettin, etc.) at $11.99 each...or was, as of last weekend. I forget what the small ones were priced at. The $6...

Review of The Secret Fire by George Strayton

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This quote is amusing: A skilled MC and a table of dedicated players can spend entire sessions of TSF without rolling a single die, yet explore dark, dangerous, and exotic lands, as well as...

Pathfinder Review: Bestiary 3

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There better be a Bestiary 4. No monster line is ever complete, any TTRPG company should know that! They have more Divs, Asura, Celestials, Behemoths, Kami, Oni, and many other creatures to add...
WotC, DDI, 4E, and Hasbro: Some History
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After Vince Calouri was pushed out of Wizards of the Coast he was replaced by Chuck Heubner. Chuck basically had to manage Wizards on the downslope from the Pokemon salad days. Hasbro has been...

Review of Innistrad Decks: Deathly Dominion & Carnival of Blood by Wizards of the Coa

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In terms of newbie-friendliness, I would have to say that Spectral Legions is a lot easier to grasp for a new player, and is still an amazingly powerful deck; there are a few cards in it that are...
4 Hours w/ RSD - Escapist Bonus Column
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As many of you know, the Escapist has recently run a 3-part series on the past, current and future of Dungeons & Dragons. The ENWorld coverage begins here. I contributed some insights to that...

Review of Karma Deck & Booster Pack: Requiem by Creation’s Edge Games

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This is a fine review, but I do have to say that I'm sad to see that this is a direction that 3PP are moving with 4e. I was fine with the 'card' system presented in 4e. I thought it was just a...

Review: The Book of Vile Darkness by Wizards of the Coast

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Pre-Release Review: The Book of Vile Darkness by Wizards of the Coast In what must be one of the oddest choices for a Holiday Season release, the 4E version of The Book of Vile Darkness is...

Mega-Double Review / Interview Special: Gauntlgrym & Neverwinter by R.A. Salvatore

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When I attended GenCon 2011 this past August, and got the chance to sit down with the Wizards of the Coast Brand Manager Laura Tommervik, I had no idea that the conversation would lead to some...
4 Hours w/RSD: Run Away!
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“The party is currently split ... in two different dimensions. Mei Ling is "mostly dead" and being dragged like a meat balloon through zero gravity tunnels by Marteen and Bog. Temper is very badly...

Review of Heroes of the Feywild by Wizards of the Coast

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I'm surprised your view of the Skald is so negative. I think it does a great job of "essentializing" the original Bard. It gets to use Charisma for its basic attacks, which means those at-will...

Review of Advanced Encounters: Terrain Toolbox by Sneak Attack Press

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A great idea for a product! That's something I could use.

Review: Pathfinder Beginner Box

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As a committed 4e player, WOTC should be standing up and taking notice of what their competitors are doing and doing a million times better. I get the impression that Pathfinder is a heavy load...

Streets of Zobeck by Open Design

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Isn't this actually a pretty old format? I'd argue a bunch of the Judges Guild books from the 1970s would qualify for the adventure setting format, as described.

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