Monthly Archives: March 2012

Enter the Lost Temple of Moradin

Once stout dwar­ven hands carved this tem­ple into the stone, but the runes have been destroyed and des­e­crated. The coal fire on the now demol­ished altar has died and no longer lights the forges in the sur­round­ing cav­erns. Drow have … Con­tinue read­ing

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Individual Group XP

Yes­ter­day we had our reg­u­lar D&D 3 ses­sion. Our dm had a really good idea regard­ing the award­ing of indi­vid­ual xp, e.g. for good role play­ing. I usu­ally find it hard to award those because you may eas­ily award them … Con­tinue read­ing

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Baldur’s Gate secret uncovered

Today the count­down on baldursgate.com ran out. Due to a heavy server load I was unable until now to read the news, but I finally got it. There will an enhanced edi­tion of Baldur’s Gate and Baldur’s Gate 2. The … Con­tinue read­ing

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Places You Always Wanted to Visit

Inkwell ideas has started a great con­test, in which I just took part. You can send in up to eight short descrip­tions of hex crawl loca­tions. Those will be used to add some more fluff to the hexes of hex­o­g­ra­pher … Con­tinue read­ing

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Interview with Goodman Games – Part 2: And the rest

Sec­ond part of the inter­view with Joseph Good­man and Harley Stroh. The first part you will find here, the trans­la­tion of the Ger­man part one there. Part 2 in Ger­man will fol­low today evening. Arga­mae: What was the ini­tial spark for … Con­tinue read­ing

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Interview with Goodman Games – Part 1: About the DCCs

First part of our Inter­view with Joseph Good­man and Harley Stroh. Sec­ond part and Ger­man ver­sion will fol­low shortly. Arga­mae: Was there a spe­cific rea­son for mak­ing the Dun­geon Crawl Clas­sics line? You count among the fore­run­ners of the OSRCon­tinue read­ing

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