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Time for a Game-Changer

Editor-in-Chief | January 28, 2013

This past weekend, my local D&D 4E campaign came to an end.  It wasn’t a lack of time or scheduling issues which ended the campaign, nor did bickering among the players, or a character-based inter-party conflict behind the end of my attempt to “upgrade” the Return to the Temple of Elemental Evil to D&D 4E.  [...]

EN World Review – Combat in Motion (Enhanced 4E) by Christopher F. Ash

Editor-in-Chief | November 28, 2012

Greetings Fellow Gamers and Gentle Readers!  I trust that everyone has survived the holiday, followed by the madness that is vicious hordes of Black Friday, the quaint charms of Small Business Saturday, and electronic temptations of Cyber Monday!  For my own part, only the latter caught me in its web, if only for the convenience [...]

The Next D&D Homebrew: Achilles Resistance

Editor-in-Chief | November 19, 2012

As I’ve mentioned in my previous blogs, I’ve been working on a major Feywild adventure series for my  Paragon Tier heroes.  So far it’s gone well, and the players have been progressing well, encountering creatures and allies with a definite leaning toward fairy tale monsters and patrons.  For source material, and to get me in [...]

The Old School 4E Bestiary (Halloween Special): The Madness of the Allip!

Editor-in-Chief | October 29, 2012

Halloween Week is finally upon us, and if that wasn’t reason enough to be scared, we have what is likely to be remembered as the “Storm of the Century” barreling its way onto the New Jersey shore!  (My hopes and good wishes go out to those affected by Hurricane Sandy – please stay safe out [...]

The Old School 4E Bestiary: Ghouls & Ghasts

Editor-in-Chief | September 10, 2012

Last winter, when I started playtesting the next edition of D&D with my local group, there was a consensus to shut down the Dark Sun Campaign to concentrate on the new system.  Of course, no one could have predicted the frustration and disappointment that my players experienced dealing with the early versions of the Core [...]