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Multi-classing and social mobility

Here’s a thought to ponder. The rules for advancing and changing class within D&D reflect the social mobility opportunities from the time they were written. Let me explain. Back in the Classic D&D Age...

What Third Edition gets right, part three

We’re taking a whistle-stop tour through each edition of D&D (with a few detours along the way) to focus on the positive elements of each. It is the turn of Third Edition and in...

Wizards of The Coast to reprint 1st Edition AD&D

No, seriously. They will be available from April 17th 2012. And it’s all to support the Gygax Memorial Fund. Wonderful news, indeed! They are only going to be available in the US and Canada,...

Oh Crud

“I can’t seem to find anywhere else to display my disgust. I have played D&D for over fifteen years. I love the game and have spent hundreds if not thousands of dollars on the...

What Third Edition gets right, part two

We’re looking at what each Edition of D&D gets right to see if they can all be mashed together to make the best darned edition of D&D, ever. This isn’t quite how the next edition...

On Jan 18, this site will go dark

Greywulf’s Lair will join countless others on January 18th and blackout in protest against the Stop Online Piracy Act (SOPA) and the Protect IP Act (PIPA). These acts undermine the US Constitution and eliminate...

Fun with Genesis Base

Genesis is the latest award-winning figure from the nice people at DAZ3d. The Base figure comes bundled with DAZ Studio Standard Edition along with a decent selection of clothes and poses to get started....

What Third Edition does right, part one

We’ve looked at what Fourth Edition D&D does right (here, and here) and now it’s the turn of Third Edition D&D. We are taking a stroll through every edition of Dungeons & Dragons to...