Greetings fellow gamers, I hope this week finds you well, and that you are enjoying the weather of these amazing post-summer pre-autumn days as much as I am! Leaves are beginning to change color rapidly now here in the Vale of Wolverines (aka Michigan), and personally, I’m already looking forward to getting my hands on some fresh apple cider from the local cidermill!
And in honor of yeaterday’s National Voter Registration Day, I want to take this opportunity to urge all my fellow gamers to get registered this week and get out to vote – there are only a few more days left if you want to take part in this year’s election!
Today I am reviewing a D&D 4E adventure by Darklight Interactive called The Heart of Fire. This is a massive adventure, a mini-campaign really, and set up for characters around the transition between the Heroic and Paragon Tiers.
For a complete overview of the product, please click the link below to go to EN World News and read the full text of the review:
I was very impressed with this adventure overall, and consider it well worth picking up given the amount of content and the very humble pricetag. I’d definitely love to see more products of this caliber for D&D 4E, and hope that the author of The Heart of Fire keeps working on other adventure releases!
So until next blog… I wish you happy gaming!