Icons Superpowered Roleplaying

Steve Kenson, the designer of the best-selling Mutants & Masterminds delivers a superpowered new role-playing game, inspired by the fast-playing old-school games and the new generation of narrative role-play! Within its pages are complete rules for character creation, abilities and powers, random adventure generation, a rogue’s gallery of villains, a complete adventure and all the […]

Orcs of Stonefang Pass, a review

This is more like it for a game and a company the calibre ofDungeons and Dragons andWizards of the Coast. Although my previous posting about the Dark Sun adventure was far from complimentary,  WOTC has proven they can do it right when they want to. For starters the cover illustration is by one of the […]

Dark Sun: Fury of the Wastewalker

Dark Sun Let me put one thing straight from the moment go. I have been praying ( yes, praying) for Dark Sun to come back to publishing since the moment it was abandoned over a decade ago. It was my first setting I actually run when I was a young man and it was the […]

New Dungeons & Dragons books hit the shelves!

This month, Wizards of the Coast has ramped up the production on 4th Edition Dungeons & Dragons books, releasing four new volumes! They cover the gamut from an exhaustive look at the Abyss and the demons who live there, to revisiting a classic 1st Edition adventure location: the Tomb of Horrors! The Demonomicon presents the definitive treatise on […]

PaizoCon 2010

I haven’t been to a gaming convention in 15 years or more, and the last one I went to I organised. Also, I will point it out now just so you can stop reading this if you decide not to like me, I don’t like Birmingham, which is where PaizoCon took place. So, as you can imagine, I was well of practice and out of my comfort zone.
For about 10 minutes.

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