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Posts Tagged ‘Dungeons and Dragons’
Having had so much fun with my first dungeon map I really couldn’t wait to do the second level. Having drawn up the basic sketch on Saturday night I got really annoyed when my felt pens ran out last night and I couldn’t finish it! Guess where I rushed …
We’ve been running an original D&D campaign for our group on a Friday night on and off for a few months now. So far we’ve played two B Series modules and have just started a third with me acting as DM again.This week I’ve been wandering about the w…
In this Box Breaking Matt delves into the Illithid Raiding Party from Gale Force 9 for the Dungeons and Dragons Roleplaying Game. The Illithid Raiding Party is a truly unique box set that will certainly enlighten most players. You can learn more about the Illithid Raiding Party at GF 9. Related articles Box Breaking 86 [...]
A few months ago (wow, has it really been that long?!) I made a comment about how a miniature I was painting reminded me of a certain NPC cleric of my past. I thought the mini seen below was based upon Aleena the cleric from the Metzer red box ed…
Happy 40th Anniversary D&D! Though the date varies depending on who is asked, I see that today seems to have been chosen as the official day to celebrate. I did not start playing in 1974 (I was only three years old) but it wouldn’t b…
Today marks the 40th birthday of Dungeons & Dragons, well at least most people think it is and it would be unfair not to celebrate this behemoth of a game.We don’t often talk about roleplaying games on this little blog but there is one I hold…
Happy Birthday Dungeons & Dragons! I’m not the greatest D&D player there is, yet by the guess of experts in the field, January 26th 2014 marks the 40th anniversary of Dungeons & Dragons (though as the author admits, it’s tough t…
In this Box Breaking Matt takes a look at the highly detailed model Drizzt Do’Urden and his companion. Drizzt is made By Gale Force 9 for use with Dungeons and Dragons. If you play D&D with the collectible miniatures don be alarmed; this figure is not the same scale. Hope you liked it. Check [...]
My head is filled with disease.
My skin is begging you please.
I’m on my hands and knees
I want so much to believe.
Don’t take it away from me.
DEEPER INTO THE MINES
When I heard the premise for Being Human, my first thought was “What a stupid show”. Seriously, a vampire, a werewolf, and a ghost sharing a flat in current-day Boston? This can’t be good. It wasn’t until the middle of the third season that I finally saw an episode. I couldn’t have been more surprised. […]
Berronar Truesilver was first detailed in Roger E. Moore’s article “The Dwarven Point of View,” in Dragon #58.
The Dwarven Mines
Yesterday, I wanted to read a series of articles I wrote some time ago on Designing Alternative Spell Systems. Finding them was no problem, but when I finished one it was rather cumbersome and unintuitive as to how to get to the next one. I want people to easily navigate to next/previous articles, so I […]
ProFantasy just released Character Artist 3! I haven’t purchased the previous versions, but I’ve been wanting this one and anxiously awaiting its release. For those not familiar with the product, CA3 is an addon to Campaign Cartographer 3, that allows you to create a full-length portrait of your character. These portraits can be scaled to […]
Storming the Hive, Capturing the Farm
Yesterday I wrote an article entitled “What Version Should I Use“. Since then, I have received more emails about that article than any other since I started this blog. I’m surprised because it was, imo, a timid, inoffensive article with no real content. My assessment must be right on the money though because that is […]
Changing Gardain’s Domain from DEATH to LIGHT.
Thank goodness she was wearing armor.
For someone just getting into D&D, picking an edition must be a daunting choice. Until recently, previous editions were out of print which limited choices severely. Now that WotC has reprinted these older editions, every version is equally available, not to mention all the retro-clones, offshoots, and similar RPGs. So how does a new D&Der […]
This is the first of a series of articles aimed at new players who have never played D&D but want to learn how. Specifically, it is geared for those who want to become a DM. Unlike traditional board games, you can’t just skim the rules and jump into D&D. Actually, players can to some degree. […]
The Ring of Gyges
Today marks the 4th anniversary of the starting of this blog. Actually, yesterday does because, as usual, I got distracted and put this off too long. But in any event, Happy Anniversary! When I started this, I didn’t give any thought to how long I’d keep at it. Even with a few long breaks along […]