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D&D 4E 3G: Converting Adventures to 4E, Part 1

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I’ve played D&D since 1982, and I’ve been through every edition. When I started DMing, I started collecting – and I still have all the books, modules, and Dragon and Dungeon issues I used over...

RPG News for Monday, 21 Jan, 2013

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Dungeons & Dragons News WotC reports that this week's Legends & Lore will be hitting tomorrow instead of the usual Monday release Roleplaying Games News The Kobold Guide to Worldbuilding...

Ten Ways to 'not' Kill off your Campaign

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When I’m walking down the street, the question people most often ask me is, “Are you married?” but that’s completely beside the point of this article. One question I see popping up over forum...
Boardgame Review: DUNGEON! from Wizards of the Coast
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Not every game that hits my table is a multiple-hour marathon. Not everything has to be packed with countless miniatures or handfuls of colourful wooden cubes. It’s safe to say that a fair few games I own could even be considered as being for kids, though we’re not talking Twister or Buckaroo here; there’s plenty out there that is not only accessible enough for younger players to get into but also offer older gamers enough of a challenge. The newly reissued version of Dungeon! from Wizards of the Coast fits into that space in spades.

Gamehackery: Dungeonmaster to the Stars - On Tour with Harmontown

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It might not look exactly like the dream you had of becoming famous as a dungeon master. But Spencer Crittenden is on tour all this month as "Dungeon Master to the Stars." And you're not. Chew on...
A chat with Pedro Gil, author of Spanish retroclone RPG "Aventuras En La Marca Del Este"
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This interview is by Ciro Alessandro Sacco. Aventuras En La Marca Del Este is Spanish in origin, has been translated into Italian, an English edition is in the works and it makes a great job...

RPG News for Friday, 18 January, 2013

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Pathfinder RPG News Paizo reports than nearly half a million votes were cast in RPG Superstar Round 1. Although am I reading that right? One person voted over 8000 times? Yikes! Dungeons &...

RPG News for Thursday, 17 January, 2013

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Dungeons & Dragons News WoTC Back on RPGNow? Now this is wonderful news if it's true! DiceMonkey, a featured reviewer for RPGNow/DTRPG, says: "This morning, I began receiving alerts to me...

Fear of the Dark: The Mythopoetry of Goblins

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What's that noise? Do you hear something? What was that? Is anybody there? Hello? Anybody....? Fun fact: there's no standard, accepted scientific term for a fear of the dark. There's names...

Pretty Darn Fun (a look at new PDFs)

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Diversity is the watchword of PDFs. Ever week we see such a variety of publishers (from the small one-man operation to the top companies in the rpg community) and systems (from the OSR to new...

RPG News for Tuesday, 15 January, 2015

  • 0 News The Pathfinder Online MMO Kickstarter smashed through its goal at the last minute yesterday to beat it by a whopping $91K! Well...

3G: Games, Games, Games Redux

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My tabletop group has plans to play our first D&D game of the year next weekend, but some of us were able to get together Saturday and play some other games, just for something different. We...

RPG News for Monday, 14 Jan, 2013

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Dungeons & Dragons News Mike continues with his overview of D&D Next by diving deeper into the details behind the two main goals for the game. This is the second of two articles; the first...

8 Ways to Run a Game Online

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Technology has done many interesting things to the tabletop RPG market. There are many applications, programs, platforms, and tricks to enhance your games with technology. Unfortunately, I think...

RPG News for Saturday, 12 Jan, 2013

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Dungeons & Dragons News Yesterday, there was a live Google Hangout video chat interview with D&D Next designers Mike Mearls and Jeremy Crawford. You can watch it in the video below. We're...
Boardgame Review: Eclipse by Touko Tahkokallio
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Taken from the Noble History of The Terran Directorate: “The Terran Directorate had spent centuries peacefully coexisting in their own little corner of the galaxy. Though their empire was small, they were a self sufficient race that was content to keep to their own. Some small exploration once in a while brought about expansion and new blood to the Directorate, but beyond their borders something was stirring that would change history forever…”
A (Typewritten) D&D Review from 1974 by Arnold Hendrick
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"In general, the concept and imagination involved is stunning. However, much more work, refinement, and especially regulation and simplification is necessary before the game is manageable. The scope is just too grand, while the referee is expected to do too much in relation to the players. If you need ideas to help you along into your own fantasy adventure games, these booklets will be of use; otherwise your ten dollars will be wasted. I do not suggest these to the average wargamer." - Arnold Hendrick.
Interview with Dave Arneson
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Article: The Ultimate Interview with Dave Arneson This interview was conducted by Ciro Alessandro Sacco of It is presented here with his permission. INTRODUCTION David (Dave)...

Gamehackery: How Long Can PDF Last?

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Let's face it -- in the publishing world, RPG products are a bit of an anomaly -- they're both text and graphic rich. The better ones have the same sort of attention to graphic detail as a coffee...

RPG News for Friday, 11 Jan, 2013

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Pathfinder News A few weeks ago, Paizo held a competition to stat up characters from Dave Gross' Pathfinder Tales. Here are some of his favourites. I was fortunate enough to be able to ask...

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