It may not be the most popular sentiment here in New Jersey, but GO PATS!
I’ve got to say, this post over at ENWorld is quite insightful. The upshot of it is that there are two distinct schools of thought as to what constitutes combat as it should be in D&D. It’s long, but well Read More
One of the great things about the World of Greyhawk is that it isn’t just one setting. It’s multiple settings, all of which are adjacent to, overlap with, and/or interact with the others. Over the many years I’ve been using Read More
When they’re done right, the glossy looking historical (or, in some cases, fantasy) drama series are really great things to behold. Rome was absolutely terrific, and it was a shame that it was so expensive to produce that it only Read More