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Thursday, 11th July, 2019

  • 10:46 AM - Fenhorn quoted DragonBelow in post Hidden
  • 01:52 AM - Arilyn quoted DragonBelow in post Voting for 2019 ENnies Is Live!
    I get that the publisher sends products for evaluation, and since they are not attending, they probably didn't submit theirs, but it's kind of silly not seeing a single WotC product here. WOTC didn't enter, so they are not on the list. How is that silly?
  • 01:48 AM - LordEntrails quoted DragonBelow in post Voting for 2019 ENnies Is Live!
    I get that the publisher sends products for evaluation, and since they are not attending, they probably didn't submit theirs, but it's kind of silly not seeing a single WotC product here. If you don't enter a popularity contest, you can't lose. And given that WotC is the big fish, do they really need to win? After all, in the popularity contest that counts, paying players and sales, they already are the winners.
  • 01:27 AM - Mercador quoted DragonBelow in post Voting for 2019 ENnies Is Live!
    I get that the publisher sends products for evaluation, and since they are not attending, they probably didn't submit theirs, but it's kind of silly not seeing a single WotC product here. I think publishers have to pay to enter the contest, more than just giving away products. If there's not a lot of visibility, it might not worth it, it's a bit like Pay-2-win. Without WotC or Paizo, it's a bit strange looking contest. At the same time, it's not the same production level of quality. On my side, I know Zweihander because of this contest so I'll follow this year votes as well.

Friday, 28th June, 2019

  • 08:58 PM - Dristram quoted DragonBelow in post D&D Essentials Kit Offers a New Place to Start
    The box itself mentions there are coupons inside for additional content, and it includes a sheet with some some serial codes (like what computer games do). Very interesting. The codes are for D&D Beyond which is where you actually purchase digital content for D&D. Many don't like that since they've already forked out the money for the books. This makes perfect sense here though. Fork out money only for a beginning set, and then buy your further D&D content though D&D Beyond. Won't have the same complaints that way. This might be the way of the future.
  • 05:00 PM - Parmandur quoted DragonBelow in post D&D Essentials Kit Offers a New Place to Start
    Yep, Warrior, Adept, Expert, Aristocrat, Commoner, at least in PF. Don't remember what 3e did. PF took it whole cloth from 3.x, no addition or subtraction.

Tuesday, 18th June, 2019

  • 07:36 AM - FrogReaver quoted DragonBelow in post How many 1st level Fighers can an 11th Level Fighter Kill?
    Seems pretty meaningful to me as a way to get a ballpark idea, you can get much closer with simulations too, but that is basically what he did (I presume). It would be fun to try to reproduce his "findings". If he simulated he will get close. If he just used averages then he probably isn't anywhere near the actual average. Could easily be 30-40% off from his stated value if that's the case.

Thursday, 10th January, 2019


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Sunday, 3rd June, 2018

  • 01:02 AM - Abstruse quoted DragonBelow in post The Next Dungeons & Dragons Storyline Will Be...
    Levels 1-5? that must be a typo right? No, that's what's listed on the official product page. Most likely, it's the first part of the adventure/sourcebook with a focus on city-based rules as well as an adventure that scales a lot (since it's not as combat-focused) and a second part that's yet-unannounced that was solicited to distributors under the codename "Catacombs" for a November 20 release that will focus on dungeon crawling and Undermountain. Similar to how the Rise of Tiamut adventure was split into two books.
  • 01:01 AM - gyor quoted DragonBelow in post The Next Dungeons & Dragons Storyline Will Be...
    Levels 1-5? that must be a typo right? Nope. Its only part adventure, its also part city adventurers guide, Waterdeep Setting book and it has four different seasons of plential play to chooae from, each with its own main villian.

Monday, 12th February, 2018

  • 11:28 PM - Enevhar Aldarion quoted DragonBelow in post Check Out Nerdist's Preview of the Drizzt "Timeless" Book Cover!
    Drizzt is awesome, that's why he keeps coming back. I am glad the decision to keep publishing new stories about him does not depend on folks here... If you think here is bad, then do not read the comments on the Facebook or Twitter posts that WotC made for this today. The number of trolls and posters who think it is hip to hate Drizz't are multiplying rapidly. I hate to think what the comments on Reddit are like. lol

Thursday, 14th December, 2017


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Friday, 6th January, 2017

  • 03:52 PM - Big Mac quoted DragonBelow in post Classic D&D of All Eras Back In Print
    Keep in mind that many of these come from scanned copies of the products (just like the PDFs themselves), they won't be the same quality as the original product, but they'll be the best they can be under those circumstances. That's probably not going to be the case with 3rd Edition and 4th Edition (and 5th Editoin) products they sell. WotC must have a library of all the original files of those.

Thursday, 24th November, 2016

  • 06:51 PM - AngusA quoted DragonBelow in post New Releases In Stores This Week : 21st November 2016
    Cool list, links to products would be nice! I could look to see if I could find links on the manufacturers pages for the games. I don't want to be linking through to sales portals though as I'd ideally like to see people contacting their local games store or mail order outlet to buy them.

Tuesday, 1st March, 2016

  • 06:23 PM - BruceRCordell quoted DragonBelow in post AMA with Bruce R Cordell (The Strange, D&D, Monte Cook Games)
    Hi Bruce, 1) With the OGL for 5e and the DM's guild available, are you planning in filling the psionic void of 5e? 2) I'm intrigued by the Cypher System, and there is a lot of support for Numenera and The Strange. Are there any short, introductory adventures available for the generic system as well, a learn the rules type of adventure? 1) I'm pretty busy writing cool settings (like Gods of the Fall!) for the Cypher System. If I could psionically clone myself, I'd consider it ;) 2) You might find the PDF adventures Escatology Code or Mastodon useful as teaching adventures. They were both written as introductory adventures debuting at Gen Con to help people new to The Strange (and the underlying Cpher System) grok both play and the setting.
  • 05:00 PM - Aldarc quoted DragonBelow in post AMA with Bruce R Cordell (The Strange, D&D, Monte Cook Games)
    Hi Bruce, 2) I'm intrigued by the cypher system, and there is a lot of support for the Numenera and The Strange. Are there any short, introductory adventures available for the generic system as well, a learn the rules type of adventure?I would like to second this suggestion.

Sunday, 4th January, 2015


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