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Temple of the Yellow Skulls

By Paco Garcia Jaen Fantasy novels based on D&D are extremely common. There are a lot of them, but I think it’s fair to say not many of them are that good. They make good reading for teenagers into RPGs, but it is rare to find one that will captivate the imagination of people who’re…
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The G*M*S Magazine Podcast episode 3

Welcome to the third episode of the G*M*S Magazine podcast. This is a different episode, though. In this episode we have just one item. An interview with Jaye Sonia, the writer and creator of Rhune, Dawn of Twilight. I usually try to have a review, and one more interview, but this one went on so…
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Dark Sun novel: City Under the Sand

The plot is fairly straight forward. Aric, a half-elf with a psionic talent that allows him to communicate with metals of all kings, is sent on a mission to the dessert by Nibenay, ruler of the city of the same name.

Wrath of Ashardalon Review

when a magazine I write for was offered up an advance copy of the second in the Dungeons and Dragons Board Game System family, “Wrath of Ashardalon”, I jumped on it like a man on fire jumping into a pool. It recently arrived, and not unlike a five year old child on Christmas, I tore that bad boy in a timeframe normally reserved for atomic activity.

Castle Ravenloft Adventure – Hunt For The Fiend

Well, as promised, I am releasing my Castle Ravenloft Campaign, “Hunt for the Fiend”, which is the proof-of-concept design that will show you, by example, how to build compelling adventures to extend the lifespan of the Dungons and Dragons: Castle Ravenloft Board Game.