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The Dungeon Survival Handbook

The Dungeon Survival Handbook

Into the Unknown: The Dungeon Survival Handbook is a D&D 4e supplemental guide that goes along with the most recent season of D&D Encounters.  This guide is divided into sections providing general information about dungeons and has sections that will be interesting to players and others geared more towards dungeon masters.  There has been some grumbling about this because there are large sections of this guide that are useless to...

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Book Review: The Wind Through the Keyhole

Stephen King is a wonderful writer. No doubt of that. He’s sold millions of novels over his long writing career. My personal favorite has been “The Dark Tower” series. I’ve spend many a good hour with Roland Deschain, Mid-World’s last “Gunslinger” as he journeyed across his post apocalyptic World in search of the elusive Dark Tower and the final confrontation with the his nemesis the “Crimson King” After this conflict, I...

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Dad Reviews: Red Dragon Codex

We have been going through a definite dinosaur/dragon fest at my house lately. My son recently brought home a book titled “Bronze Dragon Codex” from his school library and showed it to me.  I flipped the book over and started reading the back, mainly because you don’t hear much about bronze dragons outside of D&D, and quickly realized the setting of the book was Krynn, the world of Dragonlance.  I also soon found out...

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Dad Reviews: Kenny and the Dragon

Dad Reviews: Kenny and the Dragon

Back in the late nineties my friends and I got our hands on the Planescape box set for second edition Dungeons and Dragons.  There were tons of things about the set that were compelling, immersive and just plain cool.  But what I remember most about all of it now looking back is the art work.  Something about it made me love everything to do with Planescape and to this day I can’t look at a single drawing from that set without...

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Understanding the Abyssal Plague

Over the past year or so I’m sure most of you, like me, have seen new D&D novels coming out marked as part of the Abyssal Plague series of books.  I’ve done a fairly decent job keeping up with reading all of these and have found them fairly enjoyable.  I have even been pleasantly surprised by some of the tangentially related off-shoot novels ( Sword of The Gods) but when I found out the last book in the core trilogy was...

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