Alex | August 16, 2010
Aion and City of Heroes: Going Rogue are two MMOs that have managed to hang on to their existence in an era of MMOs being dominated by the titan that it World of Warcraft. Check out some exclusive gameplay footage from these two games!
Nick Langley | March 26, 2010
This is a sequel to the class expanding Martial Power. Wizards of the Coast has managed to make their previous books not just rehashes of the same formulas to try to make another sale. These books are about evolving Dungeons and Dragons better and faster than in 3rd Edition’s entire lifespan. As to be expected, this isn’t just a clone of Martial Power with some switched around bells and whistles.
Jessa Phillips | February 15, 2010
Courtesy of TempleCon Guest writer Jessa Phillips blogs at http://sultryminxzoe.wordpress.com. TempleCon kicked off the 2010 New England gaming convention schedule this past weekend. Taking over the Crowne Plaza in Warwick, Rhode Island, 2010 celebrated the event’s fifth year, bringing players together from all forms of gaming. Billed as an event experience unlike any gaming convention, […]
Nick Langley | November 13, 2009
“That’s like saying you don’t enjoy icecream because you tried to eat it using your bare hands.”
What could I possibly be talking about!?
Nick Langley | November 12, 2009
I’ve compiled a bunch of mini-reviews together for each article detailed in this issue of Dragon magazine. The Seeker Read the article HERE Abyssal Genasi The equivalent to deformed in the Genasi community, their abyssal counterparts are shunned for their bizarre manifestations. Genasi are closely connected to the elemental planes of existance and in the […]
Nick Langley | October 30, 2009
Forum Friday is here again! This time, I take a look at homebrewed classes…
Nick Langley | October 29, 2009
The first in a new series of articles! Nick offers his insights on creating a new 4th Edition D&D campaign.
Nick Langley | October 23, 2009
This is just a compilation of house rules I found on a thread called “What are your house rules?” where people listed short and sweet summaries of what kind of stuff they do in their D&D campaigns. Here, I’m going to break down why I think some are pretty nifty, to pretty mediocre, to pretty stupid.
Nick Langley | October 21, 2009
The Ranger is one of my favorite classes. In 3rd Edition is was far too easy to crank their damage up to 11 by picking a few select feats and making sure to have a nice attack bonus. What made them really wonderful was part of what made the Paladin wonderful. They were a class that could physically attack their target but had more options because of their access to spells. A lot of people love these guys because of some classic characters in literature that were Rangers, guys like Aragorn or Drizzt.
Nick Langley | October 20, 2009
It’s understandable to see how they would fill new Player’s Handbooks and Monster Manuals, but another DMG? Read the review to find out how they do it…