Category: RPG

UK D&D Tweetup 4

Here’s the Press Release for the 4th annual UK D&D Tweetup. Subject to my work schedule, I’m hoping to be there and look forward to meeting loads of lovely UK gamers. See you then!...

Why you should buy……. Moldvay D&D

Dungeons & Dragons is a lot like Doctor Who. No, bear with me on this one. It will make sense in a minute. Just like Doctor Who, D&D regenerates into a new edition every...

D&D Classics is live!

Once upon a time, darkness filled the land and there was much gnashing and wailing of teeth. Wait. That doesn’t sound right. Either way, folks were unhappy because Wizards of The Coast pulled PDFs...

The Magic of Spells

It is all too easy, and far too tempting, to distill the essence of spells down to their raw numeric components, and doubly so in D&D where all too often numbers are given more...

Forty years old and still ahead of their time

The role-playing hobby is, give or take a few years and who you ask, around forty years old. Even so, other hobbies are still only just beginning to catch up with elements of RPGs that we,...

Mythological multiverses

Here’s my contribution to the If I Ruled the Multiverse blog carnival for D&D Next. The dwarf stared into the campfire, then spat suddenly. The gob of tobacco sizzled in the flames, and the...

The Cleric

Who says Clerics can’t use sharp pointy things? Not this guy. Rendered in DAZ Studio. I’m very pleased with how he turned out. Best viewed full size.

Storm Over Baldur’s Gate to be dual format?

This is pure wishful thinking and speculation on my part, but what if Storm Over Baldur’s Gate is released with both Fourth Edition and D&D Next statblocks and rules? SOBG is the first adventure...

The Lady of The Bronze Phoenix

Here’s a render of The Lady, rakshasa pirate captain of the Bronze Phoenix, a Titanic-sized steam-powered (and very steampunk) flying ship that is the current “dungeon” in our ongoing D&D Next campaign. Hey, who...