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EN World Review – Amethyst: Evolution by D.E.M.

Editor-in-Chief | July 27, 2011

Well it’s Wednesday once again, and only one week to GenCon 2011, and you can almost feel the gaming community twitching in anticipation!  But as it is Wednesday once again, it is also the day for another installment of my review on EN World, and this week is no exception – impending convention or not!
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Return of the Techans: A Preview of Amethyst: Evolution

Editor-in-Chief | March 14, 2011

early one year ago, I had the opportunity to do a preview review of an exciting adaptation of the 4E rules.  Dias Ex Machina Games, or DEM Games for short, was producing a sci-fi/fantasy game setting in which high-tech and magic battled for dominance of a post-apocalyptic future Earth.  Amethyst: Foundations daringly mixed genres under [...]

EN World Review – Monster Vault by WotC

Editor-in-Chief | December 1, 2010

Well, here we are, Wednesday again, and today I have posted yet another review over at EN World News site for the D&D Essentials Monster Vault by Wizards of the Coast.  And unlike some of the Essentials product line, which is not necessarily useful to DMs running Traditional 4E campaigns, the Monster Vault is packed [...]

The Hexblade Rebooted

Editor-in-Chief | October 29, 2010

This morning, WotC released a new excerpt from Heroes of Forgotten Kingdoms, featuring a new build for the Warlock class – the Hexblade.  Frankly, I am just not sure what I feel about the release of this new build, due no doubt in part, from my previous opportunity to DM to an incredibly dynamic portrayal [...]

Can we get The Libram of Unambiguous Design… please?!

Editor-in-Chief | October 15, 2010

I just read the Magic Items Excerpt from the new D&D Essentials product, the DM Kit, and I had to resist the urge to face-palm myself.  Not because a lot of what was said had been said before – one of the Essentials Preview already discussed the nature of item rarity – but because of [...]