• AD&D Monster Manual part 30

    Lurker Above: This monster, sort of like a manta ray that clings to the roof of a dungeon and drops on the heads of adventurers, first appeared in The Strategic Review #3. Gary must have been...

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  • Review – Labyrinth Lord, Revised Edition

    Up for review today, the Revised Edition of Labyrinth Lord (LL). What is LL? As one of the earlier entries in to the retro-clone releases of old versions of Dungeons & Dragons, LL’s goal is to...

    • Posted 3 years ago
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  • Game Bandit—Loot Edition

    A new daily-deal website, Gamerati Loot , offers 45-75% off games (both board game and RPG products), 5 days a week. Spin Master is inviting fans to design their own Mechtogans for Bakugan’s Mechtanium Surge Dream...

    • Posted 3 years ago
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  • Review: Warhammer Fantasy Roleplay Player’s Guide

    I haven’t been aware of the WHFRP Player’s Guide until I got a coupon code for a review copy in my email inbox. But I have to admit it was a pleasant surprise. Even though I...

    • Posted 3 years ago
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  • Word of the Week: FRIPPERY

    Frippery is defined as finery in dress, especially when showy or gawdy. I can not help but think of the movie “I’m gonna get you Sucka!”. This also reminds me of an adventure our party went on...

    • Posted 3 years ago
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  • One Third of a Six-Pack – Reviews of Battle’s End and Desecration

    If you’ve not come across the 6-Pack Adventures from Postmortem Studios while browsing RPGNow, then you need to do yourself a favor and check them out. These are small adventures, designed for a single session and...

    • Posted 3 years ago
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  • Where are the Wrath of Ashardalon bonus adventures?

    I’ve owned Wrath of Ashardalon for a couple of months now and like the game – it’s fun, plays fast, and offers enough replayability that playing the same scenario twice isn’t boring. Nevertheless, I’m annoyed that...

    • Posted 3 years ago
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  • One plus one equals four: Solo Gaming With 4e

    Let’s face it. Four Edition D&D is unashamedly geared toward group play. This is a game which has taken a leaf out of MMORPGs (and, I would argue, the superhero genre) and each character has a...

    • Posted 3 years ago
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  • Into the Caverns

    Our start the next day was not as late as it could have been. Shasuki, number one maid, was sent to the market to buy many healing potions. The human child, Hekari, sulked over her breakfast...

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  • One Million XP

    1,000,000XP is how many experience points it takes to go from 1st level to 30th level in Fourth Edition D&D. A large part of the game is how you get from one end of the scale...

    • Posted 3 years ago
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