A few months ago, when Monte Cook split with Wizards of the Coast, he mentioned a new project that was in the pipeline. He opened the garage this week to let us see what he’s been working on — a far-future Earth RPG where ancient technology looks like magic, with a streamlined game system focused [...]
D&D Experience, a D&D-centric game con held in Indiana, happened this past weekend. In a series of seminars, an assortment of Wizards of the Coast creative people illuminated the future of D&D for those of us who have been eagerly hanging on every word they’ve released about the secretive project. Here’s a brief analysis.
It’s called Mega Dungeon 1. The name alone carries a lot of weight, but it’s the 100 double-sided map sheets that really tip the scales. Those of you with fond memories of the 2nd edition Undermountain boxed sets will be delighted by this giant stack of dungeon maps and the accompanying adventures.
Paizo’s RPG Superstar design contest is winding its way to the conclusion, and now the field has been narrowed to four. Competitors had to design a villain lair to be rated by the celebrity judges. The lairs are cool enough that you can steal them for your own 3.5 D&D campaign.