Supplement Review: The Defenders of Midgard (4e) by Richard Green & Brian Liberge from Open Design

Sure, I read tons of articles and books for RPGs across the spectrum of theme, setting, and system, but for the last couple of years I’ve mostly been playing D&D 4e. And though I love everything from Open Design/Kobold Press, most of the Midgard-based resources have been based on the Pathfinder RPG (and would likely . . . → Read More: Supplement Review: The Defenders of Midgard (4e) by Richard Green & Brian Liberge from Open Design

The Gassy Gnoll: Social Perils

This may come as a shock, but this old Gassy Gnoll isn’t the most social of beasts. Occasional flatulence aside, these fuzzy canine wiles only get me so far. You wouldn’t think that a pack-beast like myself would prefer a more feline, solitary existence, but there it is.

In all seriousness, I am an introvert . . . → Read More: The Gassy Gnoll: Social Perils

RPG Review: Dungeon Crawl Classics RPG from Goodman Games, Part II

Three decades ago I was introduced to 1st edition D&D. More weekends than I can count were spent in imaginary places as a fighter, thief, cleric, or magic-user. (I loved the monk and the bard, but never had the opportunity nor the inclination to play either.) Eventually I also picked up the red and blue . . . → Read More: RPG Review: Dungeon Crawl Classics RPG from Goodman Games, Part II

Friday Knight News – Triskaidekaphobic Gaming Edition: 13-APR-2012

Happy Friday the 13th, everybody! That’s right – a haunted day and me without my hockey mask and machete… What does it have to do with gaming? Nothing! As far as I’m concerned, it’s just another Friday. Regardless of any bad luck, ladders or black cats in your path I hope you enjoy it… We . . . → Read More: Friday Knight News – Triskaidekaphobic Gaming Edition: 13-APR-2012

Andrew’s Angle: Clerics are NOT Healbots

Welcome to Dungeons and Dragons! Lets have the players introduce themselves…

‘Hail! I am the mighty Fighter! Through extensive training I have become the master of all forms of martial combat. My heavy armor absorbs the blows of my foes as I spin my weapons in a dazzling array of powerful techniques. I have the . . . → Read More: Andrew’s Angle: Clerics are NOT Healbots

Supplement Review: Divine Favor: The Cleric by Stefan Styrsky from Open Design

Open Design‘s Divine Favor series has done a good job of presenting some interesting options to player characters (PCs) using the Pathfinder Roleplaying Game. Many of their options revolve around classic traits of traditional classes and Divine Favor: The Cleric continues in that vein. Some of the ideas come from classic myths and literature and . . . → Read More: Supplement Review: Divine Favor: The Cleric by Stefan Styrsky from Open Design

The Gassy Gnoll: Pondering Mage Slavery

Have you ever considered the true cost of a standard magic item? No, I’m not talking about the actual cost of making a magic item in D&D terms, with XP and gold. I’m talking about the hidden black market of magic item manufacturing… Yes, I know this topic has been covered before – as with . . . → Read More: The Gassy Gnoll: Pondering Mage Slavery

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