Shelly Mazzanoble’s latest article for Dragon magazine is particularly funny. It tackles the topic of “game shame” where people try to hide that their gamers, and also has humorous accounts of Shelly’s experiments with mixing D&D with her normal activities. I for one am happy to advertise that I play D&D.
It looks like Wizards of the Coast is discontinuing its support for the D&D Minis skirmish game. They’ll still be making miniatures to support role-playing, but they won’t include skirmish rules any more. My wife and I started playing the game after they updated the rules only about half a year ago. We had a […]
Shortly after D&D 4E’s launch, my friend Charles started running a campaign so that my gaming group could try out the new rules. After some deliberation, I decided to try out an eladrin wizard. Because nobody picked to play a class with the leader role, I ended up multi-classing into cleric in order to help […]
The Forgotten Realms Campaign Guide is one of the two primary source books covering the Forgotten Realms setting. It is written by Bruce R. Cordell, Ed Greenwood, and Chris Sims and published by Wizards of the Coast for use with the Dungeons and Dragons 4th Edition role-playing game. It is worth noting that I am […]
H3: Pyramid of Shadows is the third adventure in the “Heroic” series from Wizards of the Coast. It is written by Mike Mearls and James Wyatt for use with the Dungeons and Dragons 4th Edition role-playing game. This review contains spoilers, so do not read it if you intend to play a character in the […]