The Stele of the Silver Thane has been published on Dragonsfoot! An ambitious sorcerer schemes to hold sway over a fragmented eastern marchlands. An adventure for 1st or 2nd level characters. While we often advertise free products by other groups, this one is special as members of the & team contributed significantly to the production: […]
D&D related posts that are not advertising anything!
This blog on Tenkar’s Tavern is interesting … and sad. Read the blog comments, especially Tim Kask’s. 🙁
The long awaited next segment of the Castle Triskelion mega-dungeon is now available: the Inner Ward Ground Level! This module features 67 encounter areas, plus new monsters such as the Jousting Wasp and Glutinous Gunge, as well as known monsters like the Talon Goblin and Cadaver Spiders. Wait! You don’t know what the Jousting Wasp […]
We haven’t mentioned it in a while — the Rended Press maintains a list of Old School Zines. This up-to-date list includes links to sites, including sources of some out-of-print magazines. http://rendedpress.blogspot.com/p/old-school-zines.html
Last week Dragonsfoot published issue #23 of Footprints. To the best of my knowledge, this is the longest running old school D&D fanzine around. Among the many fine articles are several by Andrew Hamilton and Ian Slater of the & Publishing Group! http://www.dragonsfoot.org/ft/
Dragonsfoot’s 22nd issue of Footprints has been published! Click here to download your copy!
A fellow who goes by the handle of Landifarne has been compiling a list of modules for AD&D and for other TSR-era D&D games, and their more modern open-source successors. He started the list in March 2013 and has been keeping it updated as he learns of new modules. I believe it started out as […]
I’m finding a lot of editorials. Some are just blathering, but some (like this one) remind us of reasons why we play D&D. I don’t agree with all the thoughts presented, but the overall sentiment is spot on. http://www.polygon.com/2014/7/14/5898063/the-dice-can-kill-you-why-first-edition-ad-d-is-king
I found a good interview with Gary Gygax. It’s long, I’m only part way through, but it’s detailed. There is no date on the page, I’m going to contact the author to ask him to update it. http://www.thekyngdoms.com/interviews/garygygax.php
Over a year ago we published Fingolwyn’s Fighting Man’s Guildhall in Issue 4. He sent me the key to it, which wasn’t included in the published map. The key has been sitting on my hard drive — our old site was a bit of a PITA to update, and I’ve been swamped recently and haven’t […]