D&D adds Psionics: What Could Possibly Go Wrong?

Tue 29 August 2017 by David Hartlage from DMDavid

While editing the third Dungeons & Dragons supplement, Eldrich Wizardry, Tim Kask developed D&D’s first rules for psionics. He loved psionic combat and threw his enthusiasm into the task. His rules answered D&D’s biggest critics. First, they stood separate from unrealistic …


A Quick Look at Starfinder by Paizo

Mon 28 August 2017 by Mark Van Vlack from Dust_Pan_Games

I think I am obligated to say: I'm not affiliated with Paizo in any way. No"review" materials were provided by Paizo prior to this writing. Here is ae link to the official Paizo information about the Starfinder game. I bought the book from Amazon. I get nothing from ...

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Gygaxian

Fri 25 August 2017 by Chris Jones from Classic RPG Realms

Gygaxian The term Gygaxian probably rests most strongly in three different qualities:      4. The use of DM fiat, and contesting the skills of the players instead of characters What I wanted to visit today is how the two qualities of Gygaxian Naturalism and Unnaturalism intermingle to form what I think ...

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Reading James Maliszewski

Fri 25 August 2017 by Chris Jones from Classic RPG Realms

I have been re-reading all of James Maleszewski's blog entries over the past few days. I miss Grognardia and I miss James. Frankly, I think the internet gaming community did him wrong. I don't know the whole story, and I'll probably earn myself some enmity as well ...

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Tags James, game, D&D, james, d&d

Reading James Maliszewski

Fri 25 August 2017 by Chris Jones from Classic RPG Realms

I have been re-reading all of James Maleszewski's blog entries over the past few days. I miss Grognardia and I miss James. Frankly, I think the internet gaming community did him wrong. I don't know the whole story, and I'll probably earn myself some enmity as well ...

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Tags James, game, D&D, james, d&d

#RPGADAY2017 - Day 18

Fri 18 August 2017 by Justin Isaac from Halls of the Nephilim

Day 18: Which RPG you played the most in your life?

I've definitely played more D&D than anything else. I started playing with 2e (along with some 1e and basic thrown in) when I was 10. Six years later I switched to 3e when it was released. When ...

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Return to the Keep on the Borderlands (2e)

Tue 08 August 2017 by Unknown from Dungeons & Dragons Classics Newest Items

First published in 1981, B2, The Keep on the Borderlands by Gary Gygax as been played by more people than any other roleplaying adventure, providing an introduction to the hobby for hundreds of thousands of gamers. Now, almost twenty years later, the Keep has declined into a sleepy outpost settlement ...

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