Tagged: 4e

Want to know about Parsantium? Watch this.

When the lovely Jay interviews the equally lovely Richard about his fantastic Parsantium City Sourcebook, it’s well worth watching. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mxkCmTJ9G6c Done that? Good. Find out more about Parsantium (and buy the book!) right here,...

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...

Review: Elves With Shotguns

I’ve been playing rather a lot of Torchlight lately. Partly that is in anticipation of the imminent release of Torchlight II, but also because it happens to be one of my youngest son’s favourite...

Drow are raiding the UK!

The Drowathon is drawing near, folks! Grab your trusty dice and get yourself to Nottingham to join the best of UK gamers for a day of role-playing goodness. The Drowathon is a free event for...

I come not to bury 4e, but to praise it

Fourth Edition D&D is brilliant. I have said it, and mean it sincerely too. History will look back at your tenure of the D&D name in much the same way we look back at...

What 4e does right, part two

We’re looking at the things which Fourth Edition D&D does well and highlighting the elements which the next edition of D&D could inherit. Later posts will take a look at earlier editions of D&D,...

What 4e does right, part one

The next Edition of D&D has been announced and the designers have said that they will be looking at every prior Edition to learn from them and aim to make this Edition the best,...

Have a free Points of Light campaign setting map

You’re welcome. This is how a Points of Light setting should be. Ask a local villager where the nearest town is and they look fearfully at the Dark and Looming Hills to the North....

Why D&D should be more like Warhammer 40,000

Now there’s a contentious blog title if there ever was one, but hear me out. You just might like my line of thinking. For those (few) of you that don’t know, Warhammer 40,000 is...

The Unconstrained GM

Imagine being able to GM on the fly with no books by your side, no prep notes, no monster manuals with pages bookmarked, and no laptop and increasingly essential (no pun intended) D&D Insider...