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Posts tagged “D&D”

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Could RPGs be more fun if they let you be more flawed?

I've recently started playing with a new Dungeons & Dragons group, drafted in after one of their numbers upped and left town. It's my second time playing table-top D&D, after a splendid stint a couple of years back with Jim Rossignol (late of this parish) DMing, and it's a properly good time. And what I've learned is that it becomes a much better time the…

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Post-Modern Roleplaying: Rebooting D&D

Not 100% relevant to PC gaming, but 1) D&D's rules have been enormously influential on computer RPGs 2) whatever the new edition ends up doing will almost certainly filter down to a PC game or six at some point 3) your mum. Wizards of the Coast are taking another pass at Dungeons & Dragons, after the recent fourth edition rules proved more than a little…

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D&D: Daggerdale Gets To The Fighting

The most exciting news in the last 24 hours has nothing to do with PC games. And yet it still feels like it does. HBO have revealed the first fifteen minutes of their adaptation of George R. R. Martin's Song Of Ice & Fire series, in the form of Game Of Thrones. And it looks utterly flipping excellent. (Warning: the clip stops before showing tiny…

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Dungeons & Dragons Offline Online

It's been a few years since I've been an avid Pen & Paper Tabletop roleplayer. Like - say- about sixteen or so. However, I've dabbled sporadically ever since and have tried to keep an occasional eye on the hobby, if only for old time's sake. So I was aware that Wizards of the Coast had announced they were releasing a fourth edition of the D&D…

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