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From Hyperborea to Athas: Inspirations for a Dark Sun Campaign

Editor-in-Chief | March 18, 2011

Due to various “real life” issues amongst both the players and myself, my Michigan-based campaign, the Ebon Cabal, has been on hiatus.  While my other campaign, the Doombringer Saga, has been chugging away in Toledo – with only the odd holiday and mid-winter blizzard to miss a session – the Ebon Cabal has not gotten [...]

Review of Dark Sun Comic Issue #1 by IDW

Tizzbin Fizzlewitz | January 5, 2011

Editor’s Note: Today, as with the Issue #1 of the Dungeons & Dragons Comic Book, we are offering TWO reviews for the price of one! Tizzbin will once again serve as guest-blogger for this Review of the Dark Sun Comic Issue #1, and you can click over and check out for the EN World [...]

Wizards Watch: Review of Revenge of the Marauders

Editor-in-Chief | October 22, 2010

This week in Dungeon #183, Wizards of the Coast released a new Dark Sun Adventure entitled Revenge of the Marauders This adventure, penned by Bruce Cordell is a sequel to the official Dark Sun adventure released in August, Marauders of the Dune Sea.  Some readers may recall that this earlier adventure was not received particularly [...]

En World Review: Marauders of the Dune Sea by WotC

Editor-in-Chief | September 22, 2010

It’s Wednesday again, and today’s Review of the Dark Sun Adventure, Marauders of the Dune Sea, is posted over at EN World.  In addition to this review, I plan to do a Review of the Dark Sun adventure released in Dungeon Magazine, The Vault of Darom Madar, which was written by “Blackdirge”, and see how [...]

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 [...]