Well, inclement weather has postponed our game this week. *Sigh* Guess we should read some hot-off-the-press blog articles for our much needed D&D fix, and get together some article-y goodness for you while we’re at it.
Sly Flourish had a great buyers guide to D&D books for new DMs. The book landscape has changed quite a bit since the outset of 4th Edition, so if you’re looking for everything updated, start here.
Icosahedrophilia (say THAT five times fast…) had a very interesting article on the history of miniatures in D&D. Specifically, how the rules, as written, supported (or didn’t support) the use of miniatures on a battle map. Good read, even if you’re only interested in the general history of D&D.
For all the Arts & Crafts and Hirst Arts nuts out there, Ben’s RPG Pile had a fun tutorial on building ruined hallways with your Hirst Arts molds. Mold numbers and pictures included! Woo hoo!!
And Finally, RPG Musings had an article on speeding up D&D 4e. I know, I know, everyone’s sick of the talk about “the speed of combat in 4e.” Actually, if you read that again, the word “combat” isn’t there….hmmm….
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