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Fresh out of the box from Amazon: Andrew, I will bring my copy of Heroes of the Forgotten Kingdoms to you for our Sunday “Dawn Patrol” — you can borrow it if you’re serious about rolling up a Ranger.
As part of the fight at the Bridge of Four I threw a wave of thirty-two goblins at four heroes. Thirty-two goblins. That number is pretty staggering for a number of reasons. Those goblins were matched against first level characters, … Continue reading
So how is this newfangled Essentials Rules Compendium holding up to actual play? Mechanically, the rules are doing just fine. Everything seems to be fitting together without contradiction or error, which is what you’d expect of this revised-but-don’t-call-it-Version-4.5 rules set. … Continue reading
A few random thoughts about the rules and last night’s game, and also an excuse to post silly stuff, like … Bill Gates character sheet … and … Both of these images were heavily in my mind last night as … Continue reading
(Editor’s note — Andrew wrote this in email, but it really deserves an airing here on the blog, so I’ve reproduced it under his name, to his eternal shame and embarrassment. Thoughts and insights are his, editing mistakes and snarky … Continue reading
I got about ninety pages into the Dungeons & Dragons Essentials Rules Compendium last night. I like what I’ve read so far. The rules are approachable and readable. Very little actual rules content so far but with powers and combat … Continue reading