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EN World Pre-Release Review – D&D Starter Set by Wizards of the Coast

Editor-in-Chief | July 10, 2014

Warmest greetings, Fellow Gamers and Gentle Readers…
…and I really do mean warmest, as the temperature in my domicile absolutely precludes me being anything but sweltering!  Oh, as surely as I lamented about the unseasonably freezing weather in the Vale of the Wolverine this last winter, the current midsummer heat is just as oppressive… but at [...]

Wizards of the Coast Announces New Dungeons & Dragons Will Be Free!

Editor-in-Chief | May 27, 2014

Some of my Readers might have noticed that it’s been a long time since I’ve written a blog about the new edition of Dungeons & Dragons.  In fact, the last time I blogged anything regarding that new RPG dubbed “D&D Next” was back in August of 2012 – and admittedly, I was a rather outspoken [...]

Mordenkainen Speaks: What would the Great Gygax think about 4E, Pathfinder, and D&D Next?

Editor-in-Chief | December 10, 2012

I can proudly say that I’m what some would call a “lifetime gamer”.  Dungeons & Dragons gave me my introduction to role-playing games back in in 1978, and the Avalon Hill “bookshelf games” started my war / board gaming fandom a couple years later.  And although I’ve played many different styles of role-playing games from [...]

Wizards Watch: D&D Next – Class Balance versus Design of Resentment

Editor-in-Chief | August 27, 2012

s many of you know from my blogs last week, I spent about 80% of my convention time covering seminars and panel discussions – and nearly all of those centered around the topic of D&D Next!  It was an excellent opportunity to hear all about the thought processes going into the creation of the next [...]

GenCon 2012 – The D&D Next Seminars: Why I’m going to continue Playtesting

Editor-in-Chief | August 20, 2012

There’s one thing Wizards of the Coast understands very well regarding “the best four days of gaming” – it’s one hell of an opportunity to press the home turf advantage.  Oh sure, WotC’s offices are way over on the other side of the country from Indianapolis, and they no longer technically own GenCon as a [...]