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A lifelong D&D fan since the age of 3 believe it or not!
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Saturday, 16th February, 2019

  • 08:32 PM - Cergorach quoted Darren Richardson in post Roll20's 4M Accounts Hacked
    Every website on the planet is being hacked at some point in the year, it's a normal occurrence now so most people won't bat an eyelid when a hacker gets successful. No, it isn't. Dismissing a security breach because everyone else is also being victimized by cyber criminals makes poor security alright. No, it isn't all right! Mentioning 'security teams' is generally spin speak for there being none. Why would a company with ~10 people have multiple security teams? :):):):):)e happens of course, but dismissing it and spinning it aren't good ideas. Also keep in mind that Bycrypt is a 20 year old encryption method and has been passed by many other/better encryption methods. The advantage for Bycrypt is that it's 'light' on the server (requires little resources), but 8 years ago the consensus was already there that while attackers would have a hell of a time with just GPUs, FPGA's would crack the encryption a lot faster. That's also before certain shady individuals and companies now sit on huge GPU...

Saturday, 11th August, 2018

Friday, 9th March, 2018

  • 02:34 PM - vpuigdoller quoted Darren Richardson in post Taking A Look At The "New" POD Versions of Star Frontiers And The D&D Rules Cyclopedia
    I think there was several editions of Star Frontiers, which is why it looks different to some people, I have the 1980 purple box set and Alpha Dawn isn't referanced once on it, I'm more interested in weither or not it cames with the 'Crash on Volturnius' module? This is an example of the edition I have Here's an example of the later edition Yes the module Crash on Volturnius is included.

Saturday, 16th December, 2017

Tuesday, 12th December, 2017

  • 12:33 AM - quoted Darren Richardson in post The Enemy Within Coming For WFRP 4!
    It's one of the best RPG camapigns ever written, there's a reason it should be re-done for younger generations to enjoy it! Or they could put it on drivethrurpg or other site specialized on releasing old material and focus on new things. You're mixing them up with Wizards of the Coast. Whoops, sorry, couldn't resist! ;-) I would love to see this game with the same support as d&d 5e, 3-4 new campaigns in 3 years, a proper bestiary and guides for the Dungeon master and players, you could also add the support from other publications... I like the first edition of Warhammer, the book had practically all you needed to play the game. The worst thing about the second edition is the quantity of supplements full of filler but at least they released new material and a lot of other adventures. The third edition was awful but the adventures were really good, we played them using the old rules. Now we have the 4 edition and I've only seen a cover like the old one, the announcement of the old campaign instead of ...

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