Tag Archives: Dungeons & Dragons

Book Review: Dungeon Master 4th Edition For Dummies

Dungeon Master 4th Edition For Dummies, by James Wyatt, Bill Slavicsek, and Richard Baker The biggest issue with this book is that it focuses attention on the 4th edition, which is likely the least accomplished edition of D&D to come … Continue reading

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Book Review: Baldur’s Gate: Descent Into Avernus

Baldur’s Gate:  Descent Into Avernus, by Wizards Of The Coast It may not be a popular observation to make, but the D&D mission books do have an educational mission that is not always sufficiently recognized either by those who are … Continue reading

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Book Review: Cityscape

Cityscape:  An Essential Guide To Urban Adventuring, by Aril Marmell and C.A. Suleiman In general, at least in terms of its concept, I found this book pretty compelling.  Like many people, I have spent a great deal of my life … Continue reading

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Book Review: Waterdeep: Dungeon Of The Mad Mage

Waterdeep:  Dungeon Of The Mad Mage, by Wizards Of The Coast Intriguingly enough, this book has a book that comes from a previous volume that I read and reviewed in this series [1], and it too uses the Yawning Portal … Continue reading

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Book Review: Guildmaster’s Guide To Ravnica

Guildmaster’s Guide To Ravnica, by Wizards RPG Team What would a fantasy world be like if it was one giant city filled with quarreling factions?  Aside from not seeming all that different from our contemporary world, it would be quite … Continue reading

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Book Review: Tales From The Yawning Portal

Tales From The Yawning Portal, by the Wizards RPG Team It’s easy to see why this book exists.  There are some books where the purpose of their existence is puzzling and has to be explained, but here, even if the … Continue reading

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Book Review: Storm King’s Thunder

Storm King’s Thunder, by Wizards RPG Team If you are familiar with the various Norse heathen myths of frost giants and other forms of giants who were at odds with the Norse gods than a lot of this book’s mythos … Continue reading

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Book Review: Princes Of The Apocalypse

Princes Of The Apocalypse:  Elemental Evil, by John-Paul Balmet I have to admit that this particular scenario seemed to me to be a bit overpowering for its target gaming party.  This particular scenario involves serious threats to a region that … Continue reading

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Book Review: Waterdeep: Dragon Heist

Waterdeep:  Dragon Heist, by Wizards RPG Team As someone who has read a great many books relating to tabletop role playing games, I am always intrigued when someone attempts to do something different, and this complex campaign does manage to … Continue reading

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Book Review: Acquisitions Incorporated

Acquisitions Incorporated, by Wizards RPG Team This is a book that has a lot of promise and does not end up quite being as enjoyable as one would hope.  As a general concept, this book certainly does provide an interesting … Continue reading

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