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

April 13th, 2012 by Ed Grabianowski

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 […]

Dungeons & Dragons Online is Free. Seriously.

October 14th, 2009 by Ed Grabianowski

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 […]

Eberron Campaign Guide Rich with Intrigue and Wonder

July 31st, 2009 by Ed Grabianowski

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.

Review: Eberron Player’s Guide

June 16th, 2009 by Ed Grabianowski

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.