If you’re anything like us, today you’re unwinding from the holiday, sitting around with family, and most importantly, playing some games. It could be D&D, Gamma World, or maybe just a board game like Dixit. At any rate, the end of the year draws nigh, so we thought we’d dip into the 2010 archives of some of our favorite blogs. No summaries this time because the list is longer than normal. We’ll let the article titles speak for themselves. (Blogs with more than one author may get more than one mention…)
In the Eye of the Beholder – Heroic Actions in Skill Challenges
Newbie DM – As the World Scales…
Sarah Darkmagic – Encouraging Ritual Use
Dungeon’s Master – 5 Ways to Include Rituals in Skill Challenge Design
Angry DM – Setting The PCs Up To Fail
Daily Encounter – How Do I Write a Skill Challenge?
Sly Flourish – Making Terrain Fun
Dungeon’s Master – More LFR Changes – Level Bands and Encounters Levels
At-Will – Serious Skills Series
Critical Hits – Is Your Home Campaign Organized?
Dice Monkey – Player vs. Character Knowledge
Icosahedrophilia – Rewarding Fluff With Bonus Crunch
Dread Gazebo – 4e Plays Like a Video Game, and That’s Awesome
Dungeon’s Master – 8 Rules That Will Make You A Better DM
The Weem – Alternate Goals in Combat
Critical Hits – The Final Stage of an RPG Group: Dissolution
Save Vs. Death – Writing the Hardest 4e Module, Ever: Part 0
This Is My Game – Everyone Died, and Everyone Loved It!
What is your blog’s most popular 2010 article? Which of your 2010 articles are you most proud of? Let us know in the comments!