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Dungeons & Dragons Pathfinder

Monster Books

I’ve always loved monster books – in fact, my first Dungeons & Dragons book was the AD&D 2e Monstrous Manual rather than a Player’s Handbook. While I couldn’t completely understand the stat blocks until I bought the other rule books, the Monstrous Manual was full of interesting beasts and story tidbits that were perfect fodder […]

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Dungeons & Dragons

Dynamic Affiliations

The affiliation rules in Player’s Handbook II for Dungeons & Dragons 3.5 allow characters to both gain benefits from maintaining good standing within an organization and also use that organization to further their own goals. I’ve been taking a hard look at these rules in order to mine them for ideas that could be used to […]

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Dungeons & Dragons

My Model for Epic Adventures

Bastion of Broken Souls is my model for what a high-level Dungeons & Dragons adventure should look like. It is the final adventure in the adventure path published by Wizards of the Coast for D&D 3rd Edition, and it is intended to take characters from 18th to 20th level (the normal level cap in D&D […]

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Dungeons & Dragons Reviews

Pathfinder Chronicles Campaign Setting

Pathfinder Chronicles Campaign Setting is a campaign source book covering the Pathfinder Chronicles setting.  It is published by Paizo, and it is compatible with the Dungeons and Dragons 3.5 role-playing game which also means it is easily usable with 3rd Edition or Paizo’s Pathfinder rules. The first chapter of the book covers character races and […]