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Sell your RPG creations at the D&D Dungeon Masters Guild

by 3 weeks ago

I've often found Dungeon Masters to be creative people.  While modules can be used to create a setting or tell a story, the DM needs to be able to take …

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A Toolkit Like Never Before — Dungeon Master’s Guide

by 4 months ago

Just as every game needs a Dungeon Master, all dungeon masters need their own tricks, tools, and options. While not strictly essential to running a game, the Dungeon Master’s guide …

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The Right Way to Learn-D&D Starter Set Review

by 4 months ago

Continuing its trend of inviting new players into the hobby, Wizards of the Coast has released the Basic Set for Dungeons and Dragons 5th edition. Included is everything needed to …

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Return of the King-Dungeons and Dragons 5th Edition Player’s Handbook Review

by 5 months ago

After many years of trial, error, and reformation, the original genre creator returns to claim its place as the lord of high fantasy. Wizards of the Coast has had a …

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A New Kind of Darkness-Pathfinder Occult Adventure Review

by 5 months ago

Delve not into caverns nor dungeons, but the threatening darkness of the unknown with this newest supplement for the Pathfinder line. The theme of this work is an air of …

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Crazy Eights: Stephen Radney-MacFarland on Pathfinder’s vigilante class

by 7 months ago

One of the traits of the Pathfinder system is known for being able to take multiple classes and mix them together.  Right now Paizo is in the middle of a …

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Playtest Open For New Pathfinder Book: Ultimate Intrigue

by 8 months ago

Paizo Inc. continues to build on its strong relationship with fans and consumers, offering the latest supplement to its highly successful roleplaying franchise for playtesting. Playtesting is available for four …

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The Sixth Gun unlocks seventh stretch goal

by 8 months ago

For a while, westerns were one of the most popular genres on television.  Gunsmoke, Maverick, The Lone Ranger, and Bohnanza were an influential part of the TV landscape.  While we've …

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WizKids @ Origins Game Fair 2015

by 8 months ago

WizKids has had a string of hits, with the Attack Wing series and Dicemasters.  However, they are more than just those two games.  I spoke with Scott D'Agostino from WizKids to …

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Beware the Rage of Demons

by 9 months ago

Wizards of the Coast has been doing a great job with creating a theme to tie their campaigns together.  The current set features the Temple of Elemental Evil, which has …

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Crazy Eights: Eight Questions with Mike Selinker about Apocrypha

by 9 months ago

Mike Selinker is a major developer in the board game world.  His most recent large success is the Pathfinder Adventure Card Game system, but he's had plenty other titles under …

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Unchain yourself with the latest Pathfinder book

by 9 months ago

It seems like now is a great time to be a fan of RPGs.  The updated D&D 5th Edition has been a hit and is coming into it's own.  FFG …

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