Just last night, we wrapped up the taping of our very first podcast. It’s going to be called “Level Up” and it’s aimed at PLAYERS (yes! I know!) who want advice and tips on character creation. Keep an eye out for it right here on the site, we’ll be posting it soon. And if you have a character creation question, or if you want ideas for the feat or power you should take next level, email us! The link is over there on the right. You could be featured in the next podcast! And now, on to the articles…
Someone on Twitter (sorry, don’t remember who) pointed us to David Ewalt’s Forbes blog, where this week he talked about how to get started in D&D. In the wake of NBC’s “Community” episode featuring the game, many people are wondering how the game is played. And of course, he suggests The Red Box.
The Dungeon’s Master had two different articles this week that caught our eye. The first is a list of six items every adventuring party should have; there are some interesting items there that you may have overlooked. The second was an article discussing ways to make sure everyone at the table is involved in a skill challenge. This is especially important for groups that like to roleplay a lot. We suggest you check both articles out.
Tarrasqueous had some interesting homebrew Gamma World “monsters” called “Gamma Portals.” This was especially interesting to us, as we just finished the first Gamma World novel “Sooner Dead” where “ripples,” similar to Gamma Portals, featured prominently. Kind of neat to see some crunch put to the fluff in the novels.
At-Will‘s Ryven started a great discussion of WotC’s plans to introduce multiclassing to 4th edition. But really, the discussion is only started, and there is still a lot of speculation, as we do not have WotC’s actual mechanics in front of us. Still, it’s fun to add to the discussion!
RPG Musings had a great article on roleplaying that everyone should read. We especially like the idea of “taking ownership of the character’s actions,” and how that informs the way a player describes what the character does.
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