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Friday’s 4E Freebie: Dusk by Mike “Gabe” Krahulik

Editor-in-Chief | June 11, 2010

“Please don’t take offense, but we’d appreciate it if you’d refrain from hunting in this immediate area. We have to stay inconspicuous, you understand.”  ~ Carlisle Cullen (Twilight, 2005)
Look, let me set the record straight right from the start – I am not a Twilight fan.  I also don’t judge folks who are fans of [...]

Friday’s 4E Freebie: Haruuc’s Tomb by Wizards of the Coast

Editor-in-Chief | March 12, 2010

“Kings know that the throne and the sword are jealous lovers. A king born to the throne may grow to love another, but the king who fights his way to the throne already has queen and mistress both.” ~ Lhesh Haruuc Shaarat’kor (Word of Traitors, Prologue, Don Bassingthwaite)
This past week, Wizards of the Coast released [...]

Friday’s 4e Freebie: Oracle of Orcas by Alea Publishing

Editor-in-Chief | December 4, 2009

Earlier this week, I had the distinct pleasure of reviewing Alea Publishing’s Adventurer’s Guide to Cthonia. If you have not checked out this product, please feel free to read my review, as it is an incredible world setting based upon Medieval Europe, as it emerges from the Dark Ages, but with the important fact [...]

Friday’s 4e Freebie: Book of the Dead by Mesh Hong

Editor-in-Chief | November 27, 2009

Rick: “Is he supposed to look like that? “
Evie: “No, I’ve never seen a mummy look like this before. He’s still… still…”
Rick: “…juicy.” (The Mummy, 1999)
I have always been a big fan of creepy undead monster movies.  Whether they are serious and scary, or goofy and tongue-in-cheek, if it’s a movie about zombies, ghouls, vampires, [...]

Friday’s 4e Freebie: Combat Advantage #14: “Savages”

Editor-in-Chief | November 20, 2009

Hawkwood: Bless you Martin, your reward is in Heaven.
Martin: I’d rather be paid sooner if you don’t mind. ~ Flesh+Blood (1985)
If you’ve never seen the movie Flesh+Blood, well then you may want to pick it up and see it at least once, assuming you are of appropriate age, of course. [...]