Comments on: Review of Kobold Quarterly #13 Spring 2010 http://www.neuroglyphgames.com/review-of-kobold-quarterly-13-spring-2010 A D&D 4e Blog Dedicated to Dungeonmasters & Players Thu, 21 Aug 2014 02:51:25 -0400 http://wordpress.org/?v=2.8.4 hourly 1 By: Editor-in-Chief http://www.neuroglyphgames.com/review-of-kobold-quarterly-13-spring-2010/comment-page-1#comment-159 Editor-in-Chief Tue, 27 Apr 2010 23:46:51 +0000 http://www.neuroglyphgames.com/?p=1924#comment-159 Very true, and as it just so happens, I just submitted a 4E article which should be out in KQ 14! And I certainly hope that there are other 4E writers out there who will step up and shoot Wolfgang you're article suggestions... it's not hard to pitch an article to KQ, and you can download the guidelines <a href="http://www.koboldquarterly.com/k/submit" rel="nofollow"><strong>here</strong></a>. Very true, and as it just so happens, I just submitted a 4E article which should be out in KQ 14! And I certainly hope that there are other 4E writers out there who will step up and shoot Wolfgang you’re article suggestions… it’s not hard to pitch an article to KQ, and you can download the guidelines here.

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By: Geshko http://www.neuroglyphgames.com/review-of-kobold-quarterly-13-spring-2010/comment-page-1#comment-158 Geshko Tue, 27 Apr 2010 13:23:14 +0000 http://www.neuroglyphgames.com/?p=1924#comment-158 One thing you failed to mention is that KQ is a user driven magazine. That is to say, they accept submissions from readers for most of their articles. Therefore, if you want KQ to be more 4E crunch-friendly, all you have to do is submit some good 4E crunch-friendly material. Same thing with Pathfinder, or Chuthulu, or what have you. Game on! ^_^ One thing you failed to mention is that KQ is a user driven magazine. That is to say, they accept submissions from readers for most of their articles.

Therefore, if you want KQ to be more 4E crunch-friendly, all you have to do is submit some good 4E crunch-friendly material. Same thing with Pathfinder, or Chuthulu, or what have you.
Game on! ^_^

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By: Jonathan Roberts http://www.neuroglyphgames.com/review-of-kobold-quarterly-13-spring-2010/comment-page-1#comment-153 Jonathan Roberts Mon, 19 Apr 2010 21:16:04 +0000 http://www.neuroglyphgames.com/?p=1924#comment-153 Great review and I'm really pleased you enjoyed the maps. The Goodwife is one of my favourites and I'm really pleased it made it into the print edition in full colour! Great review and I’m really pleased you enjoyed the maps. The Goodwife is one of my favourites and I’m really pleased it made it into the print edition in full colour!

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By: Anon http://www.neuroglyphgames.com/review-of-kobold-quarterly-13-spring-2010/comment-page-1#comment-152 Anon Mon, 19 Apr 2010 18:23:50 +0000 http://www.neuroglyphgames.com/?p=1924#comment-152 I was put off a bit by the editorial. It used to be okay to be a 100% TSR/WotC fanboy, but now that he's on the outside looking in (and trying to pick up a dime doing it), it's okay to like other things? Yeah, really sincere. Just words to take up space. Anyway, good issue on the rest of it, just thought the editorial was sort of hypocritical - especially considering his stance on submissions for retro-clones and earlier editions of D&D. Oh, and as far as the "Old Boys Club" goes - did we need to PAY for yet another Chris Pramas interview/advertisement? I was put off a bit by the editorial. It used to be okay to be a 100% TSR/WotC fanboy, but now that he’s on the outside looking in (and trying to pick up a dime doing it), it’s okay to like other things? Yeah, really sincere. Just words to take up space.

Anyway, good issue on the rest of it, just thought the editorial was sort of hypocritical – especially considering his stance on submissions for retro-clones and earlier editions of D&D.

Oh, and as far as the “Old Boys Club” goes – did we need to PAY for yet another Chris Pramas interview/advertisement?

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