Ten Links in the Chain: Publisher News – 24-FEB-2013

Before I get going with the day’s links, I want to share why I’ve been gone for a while this week and why that trend will more than likely continue next week…

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I have two daughters and both have birthdays near the beginning of the year – one in January and . . . → Read More: Ten Links in the Chain: Publisher News – 24-FEB-2013

Magazine Review: Kobold Quarterly, Fall 2012, Issue #23

The kobolds have been looking into the abyss it seems… and they’ve come back with a devilish set of articles just in time for Halloween! Kobold Quarterly #23 features 88 pages of content focused on demons, devils, and darkness. Do you think the little draconian beasties were affected by having the abyss stare back at . . . → Read More: Magazine Review: Kobold Quarterly, Fall 2012, Issue #23

Magazine Review: Kobold Quarterly, Spring 2012, Issue 21

There are few magazines these days that I will read every page, cover to cover. Archaeology… Black Gate… And Kobold Quarterly. That’s really it.

And KQ follows a similarly short list of gaming mags over the years that was limited to Dungeon and Dragon whenever I had the money to pick up an issue here . . . → Read More: Magazine Review: Kobold Quarterly, Spring 2012, Issue 21

Magazine Review: Kobold Quarterly: Summer 2011 Issue 18

How is it that a bunch of kobolds can magically create amazing collections of articles every few months? Is it because the kobolds at Kobold Quarterly seem to have five digits on each hand as opposed to the three or four digits their more primitive cousins in the Pathfinder RPG universe have? Or perhaps it’s . . . → Read More: Magazine Review: Kobold Quarterly: Summer 2011 Issue 18

Supplement Review: Book of Drakes by Adam Daigle and Mike Welham from Open Design

Is it possible for a game supplement to be too beautiful? If that’s the case, then the Book of Drakes by Adam Daigle and Mike Welham from Open Design would surely push that boundary to its limits. In a world where the greater dragons get all the press, it’s amazing to see the lesser dragons . . . → Read More: Supplement Review: Book of Drakes by Adam Daigle and Mike Welham from Open Design

Review: Kobolds of the Fallen Halls from Creighton Broadhurst and Raging Swan Press

Before I get into the Kobolds of the Fallen Halls in depth, let me bring up one thing. The back cover and inside the front cover, you get a quote: “In the cloying dark of a dwarven hold long lost to fang and claw, two degenerate tribes of furtive kobolds fight a brutal war of . . . → Read More: Review: Kobolds of the Fallen Halls from Creighton Broadhurst and Raging Swan Press

Interview: Wolfgang Baur of Kobold Quarterly and Open Design

Wolfgang Baur. For me, his name brings to mind years of saving money to buy the latest Dungeon and Dragon magazines at my local game store. Baur was involved in projects at TSR that varied from Planescape and Al-Qadim to Alternity. Since those days, he’s gained the title of Kobold-in-Chief as the editor-in-chief for Kobold . . . → Read More: Interview: Wolfgang Baur of Kobold Quarterly and Open Design

News from Around the Net – 18-FEB-2011

Once again, it’s time for more links. And it was a busy week around the ‘net!

Over at Initiative Or What? they’ve come up with the beginnings of a RPG acronyms list. Been a while since I’ve seen one and have to admit I didn’t know many of them! Check it out here Cheapass Games . . . → Read More: News from Around the Net – 18-FEB-2011

Have the Kobolds Gone Mad? Giving away KQ11!

That’s right. I said it. I have to wonder if the Kobolds have begun losing their minds… Either that or there was a night of heavy grog drinking. (Or was it that the Kobold named “Heavy Grog” was drinking? We’ll never know for sure…)

Why you ask? Because they’re giving away an issue of Kobold . . . → Read More: Have the Kobolds Gone Mad? Giving away KQ11!

Magazine Review: Kobold Quarterly Summer 2010 Issue 14

Yahoo! The Summer 2010 issue of Kobold Quarterly is overflowing with chewy gaming goodness. And if you’re just in the mood for some amazing art, cover to cover is full of spectacular full color and black and white art, starting with “The Paladin’s Treasure” on the front cover. We all knew Paladins were adventuring for . . . → Read More: Magazine Review: Kobold Quarterly Summer 2010 Issue 14

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