Well, you’ve seen the banner in the sidebar there for about a month now. This weekend is Regulator Con, and we’ll be bringing you news, pictures from the battle interactive, and a podcast of a totally different format. If you’re within driving distance of Gettysburg, PA, come visit, and if you’re not, stay tuned!
First up: In case you didn’t know, Wizards of the Coast premiered its Monster Builder this week for DDi subscribers. The reception was less than warm, and A Walk in the Dark gave us a really interesting technical look into why. I’m not a programmer, but I still found this article very informative.
And who could pass over the Dungeon’s Master article entitled: Avenger: Worst Striker Ever? I mean, agree or disagree, just the name has you clicking the link. You know you want to…..
If you’re looking to give your players a moral dilemma to wrestle with instead of a cave full of monsters to destory, check out Do the Ends Justify the Means over at RPG Musings. A ton of good adventure seeds to steal there.
Greywulf’s Lair had a fun little article outlining the number of various monsters you’d need to kill to reach 1,000,000 XP (or, in other words, go from 1 to 30). Neat.
Finally, The Fascinating World of Charles Ryan reminded us that sometimes we make bad character choices, and it’s ok for the DM to allow something more robust than a simple “retrain.” He calls it the “First Session Rule.” And there’s a good Star Trek reference to boot.
Whose blog did we miss this week? Leave it in the comments!