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Scott Thorne over at ICv2 is concerned that the RPG deal-of-the-day site Loot! is going to harm retailers. What will concern us is if Army Builder (or any other product) shows up regularly on the Loot website as that will Read More
Over at Grognardia, James asked a question about the preferred format for mega-dungeons. Naturally, this is a topic close to my heart, as my own Castle of the Mad Archmage reflects. However, someone made specific reference to my own humble Read More
I’ve never understood why spell books aren’t part of the regular treasure tables. I mean, you can find a Manual of Puissant Skill at Arms, but the spell book of a 4th level illusionist is a non-starter? Pfft. Here’s a Read More
Every once in a while I see references to house rules that emphasize the various “types” of magic. Those types are the parenthetical notes in the Players Handbook in the spell description sections; alteration, enchantment/charm, etc. They don’t really have Read More
Late last year I discovered Hexographer, which is an excellent and quite versatile program for creating maps suitable for use with RPGs, wargames, etc. (both fantasy and sci-fi). That, and the equally excellent Coat of Arms Design Studio to continue Read More