D&D Insider Review: Warden Essentials

| September 30, 2009

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In this newest issue of Dragon Magazine, they’ve released an article that details a lot more feats that are just for the Warden. I’m glad they did this because I was pretty underwhelmed by what was featured for them in the Player’s Handbook 2. They also added a few new powers and anew paragon path. Oh, and there’s some advice on how to play a Guardian effectively.

Scribblenauts review

| September 28, 2009


Scribblenauts: where a kid can be a kid. Scribblenauts is a game for the Nintendo DS by Warner Bros interactive entertainment. You play as a kid named Maxwell as he travels through a variety of locales collecting starites, all in the name of funsies. You lead Maxwell to these starites by creating any object you […]

Interview: Goldilock (Zuda Competitor Adam Lucas)

| September 25, 2009

From Goldilock by Adam Lucas.

Each month Zuda Comics (DC Comics’ webcomic line) strands the creators of ten online comics on an island in that great contest called Survivor – Zuda. We all get the opportunity to vote them off the island. At the end of the month, the sole survivor gets to go home alone and with a contract […]

You Can’t Do That on the Internet: Benny & Pof-Pof

| September 24, 2009

Curb Stomp Tooth Decay

The Cleric Across the Tabletop

| September 24, 2009

Click on the image for a link to the 3rd Edition Cleric

I played a Cleric back in the day and it was awesome. I remember being able to beat my foes down with a morning star while healing and resurrecting my allies. He was the one guy that never died in the campaign, not even once. Clerics are a strange beast because no one thinks they want to play one but they love having them in the party and when someone actually does play a Cleric they have a great time.

From Superman’s Couch to the MoCCA: Vice-President Danny Fingeroth

| September 23, 2009

Comics professionals Robert Sikoryak, Danny Fingeroth, Arie Kaplan, Jerry Robinson and Eddy Friedfeld at the Museum of Comic and Cartoon Art.

Former Marvel Comics editor Danny Fingeroth, whose book Superman on the Couch helped to inspire Papa Llama Travis Langley’s research on comics fans, has been named as the Senior Vice-President of Education at New York’s Museum of Comic & Cartoon Art (MoCCA). From Comic-Con International’s schedule – July 23, 2008: 1:00-2:30 Comics Arts Conference Session […]

The Bard Across the Tabletop

| September 22, 2009

Click on the image for a link to the 3rd Edition Bard

I won’t lie to you, almost no one wanted to play the Bard. A dude that plays a ukulele just isn’t a sexy as a Wizard that can summon a meteor to blow up the planet or a Cleric that can raise an army back from the dead. All you’ve got are your little tunes. I think this is just because of the way the Bard has been presented. Why isn’t he a rock and roll idol that uses his guitar to smite his foes with lightning? You could totally make the Bard that guy…At least in 4th Edition.

A Review of 4th Edition D&D Adventurer’s Vault 2

| September 17, 2009


Adventurer’s Vault 2 already? Feels like it hasn’t been very long since we were looking at the first Adventurer’s Vault. This offers tons of new equipment but other than offering different equipment from the first Adventurer’s Vault, how is this one a sequel?

The Assassin Rebirth! Part 2: Paragon Paths

| September 16, 2009


This entry just had stuff for powers and Paragon Paths. I’m guessing when these articles are all compiled into the full issue they’ll be organized much better and include the paragon tier feats that are missing here. I know they feature two already but that doesn’t seem proper. Though they could be holding out because they want to sell whatever book that will eventually feature the Assassin (maybe in the Dark Sun Campaign Setting?).

The Barbarian Across the Tabletop

| September 15, 2009


So how has the Barbarian fared in most of its incarnations? I’d say they’ve been shown a lot of love. Anyone from a Frank Frazetta fan to someone that just wants to kick a face in can get behind the Barbarian. Why be a Fighter when you can be the guy that flips out during battle and starts chopping up all of the goblins without the silly burden of thoughts getting in your way?