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Bulletin - D&D 4th Edition, Was It That Bad?

When it comes to hot topics in the tabletop gaming space, the high and low points of particular editions is probably right up there. Everyone always has a preference, quite often it’s the edition you came into the game with, other times it’s simply the edition that you’ve found fit you best. 355 more words

Bulletin

Shakespeare: memory and modern cognitive science

Here is someone doing interesting interdisciplinary work as an English don without plying the usual woolly pseudo-inquiry tripe. See article here.

Philosophy Of Mind

Skill Challenge: Navigating the Underdark

In my Out of the Abyss campaign, I moved the characters through 3 phases of Underdark travel which were dependent on their level and abilities. 826 more words

5e

D&D showcase 4

Teflon Reed- The boy wonder of wizardry

One thing I enjoy about building characters that would be echoed throughout other games and systems is 1 of two things- 1 I want to either challenge myself in a different role or 2 I wish to take something familiar and twist it to make it my own. 989 more words

Role Playing

Cavey Adventures

Today, we started the session with an interlude where we all play as my mount, the cave drake. Here’s the soundtrack:

And here’s what it looked like: 241 more words

4e

Is the Glass Half Empty or Half Full? The New Perspective You Need to Hear!

Once upon a time this cliché was a profound question. If a glass is filled exactly to the middle, is it half empty or is it half full? 600 more words

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