• Game Master Tool Illustrated: Plot Flowcharts

    Today I want to share a simple and fast way that makes planning easier. I was going through old gaming papers recently and came across a partially crafted plot flowchart. This would be a short plot...

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  • Bringing back that old school style

    You know what the biggest difference is between Fourth Edition D&D and previous versions? Layout. The D&D Essentials line goes a large way toward proving this – it’s a re-presentation of the same rules we’ve seen...

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  • Gaming with Kinds: Kingmaker Session #3 (Perlivash & Tyg)

    Our third session was an abbreviated one due to one missing player and another who had to leave early. However, it moved the story ahead nicely and set up a major showdown between the group and...

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  • Mass Combat with D&D 4e – The War at Large

    In my previous article , I talked about using military formations to create the epic feel of high level heroes taking on hundreds of regular soldiers.  That’s good for a single encounter, but not for much...

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  • Castle Ravenloft (the Boardgame)

    Do you like boardgames with a lot of pieces?  Do you like D&D?  Do you like Ravenloft?  Then you will probably be pretty pleased with this board game! In case you don’t know, Castle Ravenloft is...

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  • What shape are your squares?

    My squares, Grey? Well…… they’re square. The clue is in the name. Squares are square, right? Ah, but they don’t have to be. When it comes to Fourth Edition D&D, those battlemats, dungeon tiles or whatever...

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  • Cleric Token Set Review

    Last March, the table-top gaming world was pleased to learn that Wizards of the Coast and Gale Force Nine were teaming up to release a new line of accessories for the Dungeons and Dragons game. I’ve...

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  • Dark Sun Campaign Prep – the Challenges of Starting a New Game

    The opportunity to start a new campaign is usually both a challenge and joy for most GMs. In the planning of my new Dark Sun campaign, the challenges appeared first. I had been wanting to start...

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  • 4E Starter Set: Actual play with photos

    My 8-year-old son and I played through the “Your First Encounter” section of the Starter set’s DM’s Book using characters we created using the solo adventure in the Player’s Book. He’s playing Ruflin, elf rogue, while...

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  • Let’s talk about stats baby

    Let’s talk about stats baby. Let’s talk about you and me, Let’s talk about all the good things and the bad things that may be. Sorry. You caught me channelling a little Salt’n’Pepa back there. Where...

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