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EN World Review – Adventures Dark and Deep Player’s Manual by Joseph Bloch

Editor-in-Chief | March 20, 2014

Greetings and Happy Spring, Fellow Gamers!
I’ve had an incredibly busy week since my last post, as I’ve been judging a ton of games and accessories for this year’s Origins/GAMA Awards at Origins Game Fair!  Actually, it wasn’t a ton, but was pretty close to 75 pounds of game books and a bunch of PDFs up [...]

EN World Review – Against the Slave Lords by Wizards of the Coast

Editor-in-Chief | July 17, 2013

“We ride on the Hells… tomorrow!” (Figuratively speaking, of course.)
Welcome Fellow Gamers and Gentle Readers!
With the recent scorching heat wave blasting much of the Midwest this week, that quote from the old series of Dragon Magazine articles regarding the Nine Hells seems to cross my mind about a half dozen times every day!  Thankfully, conditioning [...]

EN World Review – Monsters & Magic by Mindjammer Press

Editor-in-Chief | June 26, 2013

Greetings and Salutations to you, my Fellow Gamers and Gentle Readers!
As I’m sure many others feel like on any given Wednesday-Humpday, it felt like this day would never end!  Between having to arise uncustomarily early to make a jaunt deeper into the Vale of Wolverines, and having to run errand after errand between meeting after [...]

Wizards Watch: Bounded Accuracy & Risk versus Reward

Editor-in-Chief | June 25, 2012

Last Monday I wrote a fairly extensive blog on the troubling negativity toward 4E by D&D Next designers and proponents (Kicking 4E Under the Edition Bus).  I touched on WotC articles and blogs regarding Feats and Bounded Accuracy, and got some great responses from the community.  I really enjoyed the lively discussion in the blog [...]

Wizards Watch: Preserving the Past… in 5E’s Future?

Editor-in-Chief | October 29, 2011

Like many D&D gamers, I’ve been wondering quite a bit about D&D 5th Edition.  Questions like…
“When is it coming out?”
“What’s it going to be like?”
“How will it affect my D&D campaigns?”
…are all valid concerns, given that my current satisfaction with D&D 4E is generally quite high, and I don’t see a need right now for [...]