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The Old School 4E Bestiary (Halloween Special): The Madness of the Allip!

Editor-in-Chief | October 29, 2012

Halloween Week is finally upon us, and if that wasn’t reason enough to be scared, we have what is likely to be remembered as the “Storm of the Century” barreling its way onto the New Jersey shore!  (My hopes and good wishes go out to those affected by Hurricane Sandy – please stay safe out [...]

The Next D&D 4e Homebrew: Fun with Level Draining!

Editor-in-Chief | October 15, 2012

As Halloween nears, it seems only right that a Dungeon Master should be turning his mind to the joys of undead-packed encounters for their campaign!  Whether based upon a zombie apocalypse or a nest of vampires invading the local village, there is plenty of good undead fun to usher in the season with, and bring [...]

The Old School 4E Bestiary: Ghouls & Ghasts

Editor-in-Chief | September 10, 2012

Last winter, when I started playtesting the next edition of D&D with my local group, there was a consensus to shut down the Dark Sun Campaign to concentrate on the new system.  Of course, no one could have predicted the frustration and disappointment that my players experienced dealing with the early versions of the Core [...]

The Next D&D Homebrew: Three Saves or Die!

Editor-in-Chief | June 11, 2012

Last weekend’s D&D sessions on Friday and Saturday nights were some of the most fun, intense, and memorable I’ve run in quite some time.  As much as I hate to admit it, in both games I came really close to having TPKs, and there’s nothing quite so adrenaline charged as having most of your [...]

The Feywild Codex: Archfey, Demesnes, & Other Oddities

Editor-in-Chief | May 28, 2012

Well, my Toledo Campaign is moving on into the Paragon Tier, and so my overall campaign story arc is likely to take them to new and strange locales.  It seems to me that in the Paragon Tier, the hreats have got to increase by a serious factor, the pace of the story has to go [...]