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: […]
Links to sites that readers might find interesting. Most are D&D, some might be tangents to D&D.
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/
Ron pointed out a review on the War Beneath The Earth blog regarding issue 11. I enjoy this review more than most for two reasons: It mentions the For Further Reading column, that it’s a valuable resource. We get basically no feedback on columns like that, so it’s good that someone finds it to be […]
We generally get good reviews, but this one was over the top! Swords & Stitchery – Old Time Sewing & Table Top Rpg Blog
Ron, our PR director, spotted this blog recently. The timing is good, as the next segment of the Castle Triskelion mega-dungeon should be publishing within the week! Stay tuned for more news!
I find that the plethora of social media is fantastic for finding things of interest. Browsing Facebook this morning someone on a D&D group posted the link to this HP Lovecraft site which claims that all his horror stories are available in audio and eBook format. Personally, I’m not interested in the audio — I […]
A tremendous oversight in the listing of pages of D&D interest is the Rended Press – Old School Zines page! The author, Matthew Schmeer, is maintaining a very extensive list of magazines devoted to D&D and related games. This list includes links to active sites, and in some cases sites that archive other material. Some […]
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 was browsing a Facebook group I belong to and spotted the link for GM Advice: How to Design a Campaign Primer. Sounded interested so I navigated to it. Surprisingly enough, it was interesting. Short, to the point, valid for pretty much ANY RPG game system. So I poked around a bit, to find out […]
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