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The Dark Elf Trilogy Revisited

The Dark Elf Trilogy Revisited

Listening to the R. A. Salvatore interview on this site compelled me to read all of the Drizzt books. At that time, The Dark Elf Trilogy was the only set of Drizzt books I had ever read. I found very quickly that I had forgotten just how good these books really are. Chronologically, this marks the very beginning of the famous ranger’s life, literally introducing Drizzt’s pregnant mother in the very first chapter. But let’s not...

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#036 RA Salvatore Interview: Charon’s Claw

#036 RA Salvatore Interview: Charon’s Claw

Join us for this special mid-week podcast as Brandon, Chris, Danny and Matt talk with RA Salvatore about his new book Charon’s Claw, dnd next, Forgotten Realms and more.  Look for our review of the new book later this week and enjoy the show! We appreciate any and all 5-star reviews on iTunes and likes on Facebook.  Tell your friends about the show and send any comments, questions or ideas to podcast@crimsonbastards.com Don’t...

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Review: IDW’s D&D Forgotten Realms #1

Review: IDW’s D&D Forgotten Realms #1

IDW and Wizards of the Coast have been working together lately to churn out a growing number of Dungeons and Dragons related comic books and the latest of these is a new Forgotten Realms series.  Avid readers will remember that I did a review of the trade paper-back version of the re-release of the original Forgotten Realms comics a while back.  Not long after that the announcement of this new series was made and I have been waiting ever...

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Review: Dungeons and Dragons Classics Volume 1

I recently reviewed the first volume of the Forgotten Realms Trade Paperback  reprinting by IDW comics which covers the first eight issues of the original comic.  Today I’m reviewing the first volume of Dungeons & Dragons Classics which contains the first eight issues of that comic which was originally published in the late 1980′s.  This comic series is once again placed in the world of Faerûn and starts before the...

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Review: Abolethic Sovereignty Trilogy

The transition from third edition to fourth edition D&D consisted of many changes in the game. For Forgotten Realms the change in editions also heralded changes in the world of Faerûn mostly in the form of the Spellplague.  The story told in the three books of the Abolethic Sovereignty follows a group of adventurers several years after the Spellplague has washed through the land, changing magic and generally disrupting the world....

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