News from Around the Net: 23-DEC-2011

This must be the “It’s nearly Christmas” edition of “Around the Net”! If I haven’t mentioned it enough already, I wish everyone reading a very happy holidays – from Cthulmas and Christmas to the Winter Solstice, Hanukkah, and Kwanzaa! May everyone have a safe, warm holidays in the company of family and friends.

There will be no weekend posts this weekend, as both Christmas Eve and Christmas Day will both be filled with family fun and a bit of charity work. But posts will resume again on Monday with a review of the Dungeonmorph dice and cards I purchased myself as a gift!

In the meantime, please drop by the Discounts and Giveaways! page to register for a $10 gift certificate for RPGNow/DriveThruRPG and check out some of this month’s coupons. Who knows? Personally I think $10 at RPGNow can buy a lot of holiday cheer!

And here’s the week’s news… (I’ve gone back to the older format for now, but am continuing to include all the links in a Bundlr page if you like that approach.)

Food for Thought

Games and Gaming

Publisher News

Reviews

Tools

That’s it for this week on the news front. If you’re looking for even *MORE* news, check out The Gamer Assembly’s “Weekly Assembly”, Chris Hackler’s “What’s Up With D&D” at ENWorld, and Morrus’ collection of the most popular articles of 2010-2011 at ENworld

If you missed any of my articles this week, here are some links to catch up:

I hope everybody has a great weekend and a very Merry Christmas! No article from Ancient Scroll’s Secret Room this weekend as we all share the holidays with our families, but we’ll get back on track in the next couple of weeks once things settle back down.

As always, if you feel I missed something (and it would be impossible NOT to), drop me a quick note via the contact page or drop me an e-mail at news(at)gameknightreviews(dot)com and I’ll add it to the list for next week!

Here are the rest of this week’s stories, Bundlr-style:

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