Privateer Press' Chief Creative Officer, and founder, Matt Wilson has posted a lengthy explanation of why some customers are finding it hard to get their miniatures or why it is taking a long while for orders to arrive.
Once human, these characters were subjects of the great magic humans have ever cast and their souls bound to their mortal remains. They cannot be killed.
The DM's Guild has just published this Eberron Setting bundle for D&D 3.5 and 3.0. There are about $70s worth downloads currently available for $20.
Renamed animal logic: Porcupines become stab rabbits, snakes become danger noodles, skunks become fart squirrels, and curious brown bears become Sir Huggles Von Deathcuddle. Obviously.
Wizards of the Coast will only make 1,974 (D&D was published in 1974) sets of these dice, and even though they cost $300, I suspect they'll sell out.
I liked the Cinematic preview. Now the £65 book has arrived I'm even happier. It feels like an excellent investment, a good game and a worthy addition to my gaming library.
Aliens in D&D is a wild-card of an idea, but it's an intriguing possibility, even though I suspect as many people will wrinkle their nose in displeasure as who'll embrace the idea.
While we now have a world where both surveillance and sousveillance technology has openly revealed the flaws of those in power but, paradoxically, every piece of data is seen as a clue to a greater conspiracy.
Trail of Cthulhu publisher, Pelgrane Press, has two different Cthulhu themed bundles up on the discount website Humble Bundle.
The 6" model is unpainted and unassembled but does arrive with exclusive Unexpected Threat cards for Hellboy: The Board Game.