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DnD Next Class Groups

DnD Next Class Groups

Let me start this article by saying I’m a fan of D&D Next.  I like what the design team has done so far by bringing the game back to its roots and making it feel like true D&D once again.  I can tell they all have a passion for the game and want to make it the best it can be which makes me excited to play the full version once released.  With that said I read the Legends & Lore : Class Groups article from earlier this...

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#065 Coffee Talk with Chris & Danny

#065 Coffee Talk with Chris & Danny

Chris and Danny put their heads together to tackle the Goblin beat tagline, the future of Dungeons and Dragons, the latest playtest for D&D Next and other exciting topics. It’s pretty funny stuff even if I wasn’t there. Enjoy! Oh, and here is the link to the podcast where we talked about our D&D Next thoughts way back when. Those were the days! Please consider giving us a 5-star review on iTunes as well as subscribing to...

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Choose Your own Adventure

Choose Your own Adventure

Vote for what adventures you’d like to hear in our upcoming podcast episodes.  As we talked about in episode 64 you can vote here to choose which game systems and settings we use in upcoming recordings.  You can pick up to three systems and up to four settings.  As always feel free to leave comments, especially if we left something out you would like to hear. Thanks for letting us know what you’d like to hear and we’ll...

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Final 2012 DnD Next Playtest Packet Today

Final 2012 DnD Next Playtest Packet Today

Wizards is releasing the last D&D Next playtest packet of 2012 today as a ‘holiday gift’ (very politically correct) to all of us out here awaiting the newest iteration of the venerable RPG.  In the announcement post in Legends & Lore Mike Mearls also does a lot of talking about prestige classes in DnD Next and how they will work.  Keep your eyes peeled for the email announcing the release of the new playtest materials...

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The Fey in DnD Next

The Fey in DnD Next

In this week’s Wandering Monsters James Wyatt talks about the Fair Folk and how they may be portrayed in D&D Next.  Overall the tone of the article looks great to me and I’m happy with the descriptions of Fey creatures that he includes within the article.  The only problem I have is the apparent backpedaling from the Feywild as a core part of the D&D cosmology.  In 4e the Feywild and Shadowfell became the light and...

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