• The International Dungeons & Dragons contest! Win the Red Box, Rules Compendium, Heroes of the Fallen Lands and Dungeon Tiles!

    Well, this is something a bit new for us!  We’ve gotten a number of authors who are writing authoritatively on Dungeons & Dragons 4e!  I’m very excited by this prospect because D&D 4e represented a big...

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  • Gaming with Kids: Kingmaker Session #4 (The Gold Mine)

    Our fourth session picked up where session #3 left off and saw the addition of a new player, bringing the total number of kids involved in the roleplaying activities of the after-school club to a record...

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  • 4E AP: Osirion Session #8 (The Lost Tomb)

    Session #8 saw the addition of a new player to our group who happens to be a colleague of mine; although he had never roleplayed before, he had all the other geek “credentials” so I figured...

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  • Putting the Swing Back in D&D

    Some time ago, I experimented with lowering the hit points of monsters and increasing their damage in an attempt to speed combat along.  In the process, I learned an important lesson.  Swing is fun! I define...

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  • Dungeon Design in 20 Minutes

    If your gaming group is anything like mine, you’ll someday find yourself sitting around a table not wanting to play your normal campaign due to a severe lack of VIP’s, that is to say, Very Important...

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  • If knowledge is power, your skills are your army

    What your PC knows can say much about who he (or she) is. More, even, than their choice of character class as they can help describe how your character acts, where they came from, and their...

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  • Dungeons & Dragons story in the New Yorker

    D&D is the subject of a new piece of fiction in New Yorker magazine. Check it out here.

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  • An Introduction

    For those of you who don’t know me, my name is Tracy Hurley, also known as Sarah Darkmagic in a number of online circles. In terms of playing, I’m a relative newcomer to Dungeons & Dragons....

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  • Review – Kingmaker, Volume 4: Blood for Blood

    Blood for Blood marks an important transition for the Kingmaker PCs, transforming them from adventurers who run a kingdom on the side to rulers who adventure to protect their kingdom. They find their nation under assault...

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  • Character du Jour: Theros Cordellian, the Godsthief

    The greying sergeant scratched his head while the merchant raved. Last night, his store had been raided. This in itself wasn’t unusual, especially with the trollwar making generally honest men turn to illegal activities just to...

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