Dungeons & Dragons

By Polar_Bear
In Crowdfunding
Apr 26th, 2017
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When playing Dungeons & Dragons, your class is pretty important. Even your race or alignment really isn’t quite as important for your character as your class is. Those others might come up from time to time, but your class comes up pretty much any time you roll the dice. As such, picking j...
By Polar_Bear
In Card Games
Apr 26th, 2017
12 Comments
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Sometimes you want to get your D&D adventuring on, but you just can’t seem to get all your players together. Or you don’t quite have the time to have a full session. Well, before, you might just have to call it quits. But with the Dragonfire deck-building game coming from Catalyst Ga...
By Polar_Bear
In Crowdfunding
Apr 13th, 2017
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Though I’ve not gone in quite some time, I do enjoy camping. Going out there into the woods and getting back to nature. Just gotta watch out for all the forest creatures and make sure you’re not invading their territory. It’s bad enough with bears and cougars and such, but then you&...
By Polar_Bear
In Dungeons & Dragons
Apr 13th, 2017
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Ponies! In! Space! Ok, maybe not quite the same ring as Pigs in Space. But still. Beyond Everglow is a new supplement for Ponyfinder that is also compatible with Starjammer as well as 5th Edition. It adds in new races, new traps, new monsters, new feats, and plenty of other things to take your ponies...
By Polar_Bear
In Crowdfunding
Apr 11th, 2017
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If you believe in Norse mythology, you know that the world will end with Ragnarok (and I say, don’t stop believin’). Well, you don’t have to wait for the end of the world for that to happen. You can head there now (or soon, when you get the book, anyway) with Journey to Ragnarok, a ...
By Polar_Bear
In Crowdfunding
Mar 31st, 2017
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You got your fantasy in my horror! You got your horror in my fantasy! Well, you both got your horror and fantasy in my post-apocalyptic! Apocalypse the Risen is a little of this and a little of that. It’s listed as post-apocalyptic fantasy horror. It’s set on Earth after society has been ...
By Polar_Bear
In Dungeons & Dragons
Mar 2nd, 2017
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Wizards of the Coast’s Dungeons & Dragons is more than just an RPG. It has helped countless people through a myriad of issues as well as inspired other, great works. This issue of Dragon+ looks at some of those stories. Maybe it can help inspire you in some way. Along with that, there̵...
By Polar_Bear
In Board Games
Feb 16th, 2017
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The latest Dungeons & Dragons Board Game from WizKids is now available. Assault of the Giants takes you into the Storm King’s Thunder adventure and lets you take control of an army of giants as you attack settlements in order to gain resources like food, artifacts, and ore. Will you comman...
By Polar_Bear
In Dungeons & Dragons
Jan 9th, 2017
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I’ve got a D&D game that I’m running. Our next session is in a couple weeks. We like to use miniatures to represent our characters and monsters out on the board. I know a lot of you do much the same. But we’re all sticklers for having just the right mini for our purposes. Yes, [...
By Polar_Bear
In Dungeons & Dragons
Dec 13th, 2016
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Most of the fantasy settings we hear about are ancient ones with histories stretching back millions of years, with countless civilizations that have risen and fallen over the vast stretches of time. Choe Pho isn’t like most fantasy settings. Instead, it is a relatively new world. It was created...
By Polar_Bear
In Dungeons & Dragons
Dec 1st, 2016
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On the 17th, we’ll be having the next session of the D&D group that I’m running. Nobody died last session (character or player, thankfully), but it did get kinda nasty for a while. I’m a big proponent of using miniatures for our gaming sessions, but I’m always a little bu...
By Polar_Bear
In Crowdfunding
Nov 22nd, 2016
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Under our feet, deep below the surface is a whole other world. A dark world of winding corridors, terrible monsters, and sudden death. It’s also the home of the Drow, the subterranean elves that are a lot of what can cause that “sudden death” I mentioned. Of Drow Origin is a new Dro...
By Polar_Bear
In Crowdfunding
Nov 22nd, 2016
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It’s probably not a good sign when a temple that’s not been seen for millennia resurfaces. It’s even worse when monsters start coming out of it. But hey, there might be treasure in there! And, you know, you should probably do something about those monsters. Maybe find out why the te...
By Polar_Bear
In Accessories
Nov 18th, 2016
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How’s everyone doing today? Ready for the weekend? I think I’m gonna keep mine rather chill, just putting together the last of my friend’s Guild Ball stuff. They’re already assembled. They just need greenstuff work done on ’em (filling in some small gaps, filling in the ...
By Polar_Bear
In Crowdfunding
Oct 11th, 2016
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I’ve got a 5th Edition game that’s starting up this weekend. I’ve actually not played anything in 5th Edition yet, so it’s been a bit of a learning experience. I have a ton of 3.5 Edition material, but converting it, myself, to 5th is a bit of a pain and a chore. Thankfully, t...
By Polar_Bear
In Dungeons & Dragons
Sep 22nd, 2016
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I’m in the process of getting together a new Dungeons & Dragons group. It’s been about 6 months since I last played, and that’s just too damn long. Hopefully we’ll be getting characters together next month and starting playing shortly thereafter. Now, every group I’...
By Polar_Bear
In Dungeons & Dragons
Sep 5th, 2016
5 Comments
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Gale Force Nine has a preview up of a new model they’ve been working on that’s part of their Dungeons & Dragons line. Just as the cool mornings here are a preview of the cold to come, so is this preview of a Frost Giant a look at the icy death that is sure to […]...
By Polar_Bear
In Crowdfunding
Aug 26th, 2016
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The Var’Lande used to be a very nice elven thorp. However, it would seem as though some goblins have come marauding through there. The citizens have been slain. Some of the children have even been carted off. That would be horrible enough, warranting some adventurers to go avenge the slain and ...
By Polar_Bear
In Crowdfunding
Aug 18th, 2016
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Are you the type of RPG player (the video-game kind) that loves to make your way away from the main storyline in order to go find the big, bad monsters that are almost invariably lurking around? Do you love to go and find those super-tough monsters and take them out with a party of fellow […]...
By Polar_Bear
In Crowdfunding
Aug 16th, 2016
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I’ve said it countless times before and I’m sure will say it many more times in the future: there’s no such thing as too many resources for GMs to draw from for their games. Sometimes that comes from new world books. Sometimes that comes from new monster compilations. Sometimes that...
By Polar_Bear
In Crowdfunding
Aug 3rd, 2016
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I’ve said it before and I’ll say it again: There’s no such thing as too many resources for your RPG games. Well, the folks over at Rogue Robot Studios is looking to bring you plenty of more material with the release of at least three books that are compatible with Pathfinder/5th Edi...
By Polar_Bear
In Dungeons & Dragons
Jul 29th, 2016
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There are lots of things that can keep a gaming group from actually getting a session in. For the longest time, “distance” was a big one. Well, with virtual tabletops becoming a much more regular thing, that’s not a factor. One of the most well-known virtual tabletops is Roll20. Wel...
By Polar_Bear
In Crowdfunding
Jul 19th, 2016
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As we all know by now, I feel that you can never have too many options when it comes to your RPG. You should be able to create the character you want when playing, and having more resources to help make that character a reality is good. That’s why Interjection Games made their Strange Magic [&h...
By Polar_Bear
In Dungeons & Dragons
Jul 19th, 2016
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Here we are once more, ladies and gentlegamers. Monday is past. The work week is well underway. Just gotta take it one day at a time until we’re once more deposited in the weekend. To help get you there, we’ve got some gaming podcasts to help take you out of the regular office drudgery an...
By Polar_Bear
In Crowdfunding
Jul 18th, 2016
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I have a young niece. As such, when I visited my parent’s place a couple weeks ago, and my sister brought her kids over (I also have a young nephew), I was exposed to various children’s television shows I might not have otherwise been inclined to see. One was something about friends being...
By Polar_Bear
In Dungeons & Dragons
Jul 5th, 2016
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Well, hopefully you had a good 4th of July (whether you celebrated anything or not. I still hope you had a good Monday). For those getting back to the office today, you might need a little something to help you get through it. I suggest gaming podcasts, as it’s a bit of the weekend’s gami...
By Polar_Bear
In Dungeons & Dragons
Jun 28th, 2016
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The week marches on. Monday’s finished with and we’re getting ourselves through Tuesday. Hopefully your Tuesday is going well. Mine’s… dragging along a bit. You know what I need? Some gaming podcasts to listen to while I work on the rest of the day’s posts. This week we ...
By Polar_Bear
In Crowdfunding
Jun 17th, 2016
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The gods of old didn’t really get along. One would say the other’s toga looked wrinkled, or that their laurel wreath was browning, or their mother’s recipe for ambrosia tarts was better. And then all hell broke loose… Or, I guess it was “all heavens broke loose” as...
By Polar_Bear
In Accessories
Jun 8th, 2016
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It’s going guys. The week is continuing on. We’ll make it. The weekend will be here as soon as it can. In order to make sure we have plenty of strength, we should stock up on some bite-sized gaming stories. Today we have: 5E RPG Condition Cards on Kickstarter, Polyversal Update- 300 backe...
By Polar_Bear
In Board Games
Jun 2nd, 2016
9 Comments
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WizKids is all about efficiency. Like for HeroClix , you get your minis already assembled and painted. That sort of efficiency goes all the way to their press releases. Like here, we’ve got the announcement about a new Dungeons & Dragons board game as well as a new set of Dungeons & Dra...
By Polar_Bear
In Dungeons & Dragons
May 25th, 2016
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Spring is in the air… everywhere that I go. And it’s certainly in the air in the town of Pertalo. They’re getting set for the Fertility Feast of Agnor, a yearly celebration of winter coming to an end and warmth returning to the land. However, amid the preparations, an evil force had...
By Polar_Bear
In Dungeons & Dragons
May 12th, 2016
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On June 1st, Meltdown Comics will be holding a special Dungeons & Dragons session with various comedians. They’ll be playing a new adventure, run by Matthew Mercer (veteran voice actor and leader of the Critical Role series). The game is going to be broadcast on the Dungeons & Dragons...
By Polar_Bear
In Dungeons & Dragons
May 10th, 2016
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Monday is gone. Tuesday is here. I’m working on still recovering a bit from the CMON Expo. Though last night I got a wild notion to make 2 batches of double-chocolate cookies and then make homemade raspberry sauce and attempt my first batch of homemade caramel. Because… *shrugs a lot* Whe...
By Polar_Bear
In Dungeons & Dragons
Apr 28th, 2016
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The first game I ever picked up was Magic: The Gathering. Back at the time, the only card games I’d known of were Gin Rummy and Poker. So the idea of a game where you can build your own deck just sounded weird. But like most, I soon learned exactly what that all meant and […]...
By Polar_Bear
In Crowdfunding
Apr 21st, 2016
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As I’ve mentioned many times before, variety is the spice of life and there is no such thing as having too many options for your RPGs. Whether you and your group decide to use things exactly as they’re written in a book, or they use what’s written as a starting point for something m...