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D&D Monday morning speedlinking

Written by Expy - Published on November 11, 2007

DNDMMSL 11-12-07

It’s Monday morning and you’re back at work but it doesn’t mean that you’re actually working!  Here are a few items of interest that should keep you busy until lunch.

  •  Those of you who need a fresh RPG system but still want a D&D-esque medieval fantastic atmosphere can check out True20.  It looks like a professionally done game and the source books are available in PDF format.  In case you haven’t guessed True20 is a d20 system game.
  • Check out Draconian.com for free dragon art.  I found them because they show up at the top of the Google search results for “dragons are awesome”.  Why was I googling that?  It’s top-secret.
  • I’m not a big fan of WotC blogs and podcasts in general but I do keep an eye on them because they’re the one in charge of all things D&D.  Wizards lost me at podcast is an article dealing with the way WotC broadcasts some of its content and I’d be very interested to hear more about what’s your take on the subject.
  • Just because Dragon and Dungeon magazines are out of print doesn’t mean you can’t get them anymore.  Take a look at Paizo’s back-issues list.
  • Here are a couple of sites I’ve linked to in the past but that keep passing the “I’ve got enough time to go there all the time” test.

Have a fun week at work!

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3 Responses to “D&D Monday morning speedlinking”
  1. Patriarch917 says:

    My take on the subject? He’d rather read a blog than listen to a podcast, because he has a short attention span and wants to skim.

    I’d rather listen to a podcast, because I spend a lot of time in the car, and I already have enough blogs to read.

    No doubt there is someone who would prefer the material be published in Dungeon and Dragon magazine, because he likes the crackle of paper between his fingers, computer screens give him headaches, and he’s deaf.

    There’s a big difference between “I can’t stand to listen to podcasts” and “podcasts suck.”

  2. Pé0 says:

    Never been a big fan of podcast. Dragon magazine on the other hand was the perfect bathroom lecture. Right next to the IKEA catalog…

  3. Dave T. Game says:

    The problem, though, is that a podcast is not a good way to disseminate new information. It’s an extra barrier to entry getting to it, both in terms of technology and time expenditure. It’s not a good way to get the info out there and get people interested. If ENWorld or something similar didn’t exist, it would be much harder to find the info about fourth edition.

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