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EN World Review – D&D Monster Manual (5th Edition) by Wizard of the Coast

Editor-in-Chief | September 18, 2014

Happy Thursday, Fellow Gamers!
I hope your week is going well for you, Gentle Readers, and that you’ve got some great gaming plans for this weekend.   Personally, I’ve got some awesome gaming plans this weekend, with a D&D 3.5 game to play in coming up on Friday night and on Saturday I’ve got my new Savage [...]

EN World Tripleplay Review – Monsters of Sin (Avarice, Envy, Lust)

Editor-in-Chief | September 20, 2012

Greetings fellow gamers!  I apologize for the lateness of my post – I actually had my blog done a few hours ago – but I ended up in a long and drawn out debate with an old college buddy about the current Presidential election, the current political climate, and the various merits and draw-backs to [...]

EN World Review – Midgard Bestiary by Josh Jarman

Editor-in-Chief | September 8, 2011

As I mentioned in previous blogs, I’ve been getting offered quite a few new RPG products of late, for not only D&D 4E, but for a wider array of fantasy and science fiction role-playing games.  Not only that, I have a couple RPG related computer games in the review queue, not to mention a couple [...]

Review of Dark Sun Creature Catalog by Wizards of the Coast

Editor-in-Chief | September 6, 2010

“He’s got huge, sharp… er… He can leap about.  Look at the bones!” ~ Tim the Enchanter (Monty Python and the Holy Grail, 1975)

The world of Athas is a completely unique D&D setting in many ways.  Isolated from the rest of the “multiverse” of worlds, torn apart by wars and ecological disaster, and even separated [...]

Review of Urban Adversaries by Escape Velocity Gaming

Editor-in-Chief | June 14, 2010

“It’s survival in the city / When you live from day to day / City streets don’t have much pity / When you’re down, that’s where you’ll stay…” ~ In the City (Joe Walsh, Warriors Soundtrack, 1979)
For some Dungeon Masters, city-based adventures are a real challenge.  Cities and urban centers, even in fantasy worlds, present [...]