A Gruesome Mystery Haunts the Dwarves of Eberron in The Shard Axe

Sabira d’Deneith is a Sentinal Marshal in the city of Stormreach, spending her days dragging criminals in to face justice and drowning her sorrows at the local tavern. A series of horrific serial killings sends her back to the dwarven holds to catch the killer, and she thinks she knows who’s responsible – the same mysterious psycho who killed her partner eight years ago. Continue reading

Dungeons & Dragons Online is Free. Seriously.

You never find puppies in the last room of a dungeon. Always it's scaly, angry things.

You never find puppies in the last room of a dungeon. Always it's scaly, angry things.

Dungeons & Dragons Online has been around for a few years, garnering somewhat mixed reviews and not really making much of a splash in the world of massively multiplayer online role-playing games. Lately, however, the game has seen a huge spike in membership and a lot of buzz on Internet gaming sites. Why? Because they’ve made it totally free to play.

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Eberron Campaign Guide Rich with Intrigue and Wonder

Blind dates with medusas generally don't end well. They don't really start out too well either.

Blind dates with medusas generally don't end well. They don't really start out too well either.

Eberron is huge, sprawling campaign setting with a little bit of everything. Scratch that — it has a lot of everything, with some extra everything thrown in for good measure. Does it make for a usable, cohesive setting? Maybe. Is the Eberron Campaign Guide an awesome book regardless? Certainly.

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Review: Eberron Player’s Guide

No, it's ok, really. I'll just walk.

No, it's ok, really. I'll just walk.

Eberron is the newest full-scale D&D campaign setting, created by Keith Baker as winner of Wizards of the Coast’s huge 2002 campaign setting creation contest. This week, Eberron gets the 4th Edition treatment, with new races, a new class and much more for adventurers calling Khorvaire home.

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