Now, products must have been sold for at least US$0.20 before the sale counts against progress.
Finlam Elman runs the indie publisher Purple Lizardman and describes themselves as a 6th level Jokemaster. As it happens, there’s some credibility to the Jokemaster claim as Finlam’s first D&D product So You Want to be a Slime?…
The download is split into four chapters, and as the plot progresses there will be the chance to save a baby drow, meet Mordenkainen and in keeping with The Witcher inspiration - you also might get a bard sidekick.
Part two, $1 for a page, maybe my favourite as the selfie seems to have been taken in bed.
But what about the role of phones? Should players be able to check them during the game?
The Haunt from Phil Beckwith is an adamantine best-seller at the Dungeon Masters Guild.
Mercer notes that the Blood Hunter was the first class he ever created for the game and admits he had a lot to learn.
While Anne is cautious about letting players spend too much time paying attention to the small screen rather than the gaming table, the overall mood of D&D fans is generally in favour of the smartphone.
Nearly two thousand dollars worth of D&D goodies for less than two hundred as community creators at the DM's Guild publish eight hugely discounted bundles.
The download costs less than $4, was uploaded just at the start of the year and contains nearly 30 pages. In it, you'll find 33 races (and that's not counting the subraces mentioned).