It’s Monday morning and people at work keep asking you “Are you OK?” and you can’t even muster the energy to answer (until that first mug of coffee kicks in)? Oh believe me I know how you feel. But don’t worry I have a solution for you:
- Sit down in front of your computer
- Click on these links
It might even look like you’re working!
4e Reviews is a resource for independent reviews, interviews, and opinion pertaining to 4th Edition D&D, Pathfinder, 3.5 OGL, and d20 RPGs.
- They have an interesting article on combat in 4e, spurred by the release of Keep on the Shadowfell.
- You’ll also find an interview with Wolfgang Baur. He shares his thoughts on Open Design, 4e vs. d20 for independant publishers, and more.
Dragon Ave. is one of the high-quality blogs in the RPG world. They keep coming with useful and entertaining content.
- Check out Dragon Avenue’s D&D 4th edition resources pages for character sheets, trackers, random encounter generators and more!
Wizards of the Coast
There’s one thing I didn’t see on the Dragon Avenue resources page:
Scott babbles about games, books, and whatever he’s into at the moment. Well, he was into writing a great article this week! Scott used to run Llama Fodder. He imported all the articles from his old site to this new corner of his.
Phil – the notorious Chatty DM – also rounded up useful D&D 4th edition links. He has more than you can shake a +1 stick at. (But he’s still going down)
- Are you into world building? Check this out: medieval demographics made easy.
- If Eberron is a setting you enjoy, you might to look at playing a warforged in 4e from Dragon Magazine.
- Still from Dragon Mag: I enjoyed the bits on goblins and kobolds. Every DM can use more of these classic monsters. Even at high level if there is a way to throw a few of them in a game it’s always good.
That’s it for this week!
Let me know what you think on the 4e tools, the goblins, the kobolds.
Have fun at work.