Tag Archives: Dungeons & Dragons

Book Review: Mordenkainen’s Tome Of Foes

Mordenkainen’s Tome Of Foes, by Wizards of the Coast One of the best things about this book is that it does a good job at explaining the eternal foes of various conflicts, why and how long they have fought, and … Continue reading

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Book Review: Xanathar’s Guide To Everything

Xanathar’s Guide To Everything, by Wizards of the Coast In reading this book, I thought it actually would be a guide to everything, and although it has quite a bit of material (some of which I was already familiar with), … Continue reading

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Book Review: Ghosts Of Saltmarsh

Ghosts Of Saltmarsh, by Wizards Of The Coast When I read a book like this one, my goal is to see some worthwhile scenarios that one can play and some insight as to the world that D&D is set in, … Continue reading

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Preface: Demonology In Public Culture

Demons are something that the ordinary world talks about in a rather casual way.  For example, earlier this week I received an e-mail that examined the question of whether databases are demon possessed.  Pass.org, an organization that seeks to promote … Continue reading

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Book Review: Primal Power

Primal Power (Dungeons & Dragons), by Mike Mearls While this book is disappointingly a 4th edition D&D supplement, and therefore not very useful to those of us who prefer the 5th edition, there is still something worthwhile here in the … Continue reading

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Book Review: The Book Of Vile Darkness

The Book Of Vile Darkness (Dungeons & Dragons), by Robert J. Schwalb This particular book is an interesting one because it reveals something that is not commonly known when it comes to Dungeons & Dragons (and indeed a great deal … Continue reading

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Book Review: Into The Jungle

Into The Jungle (Dungeons & Dragons:  Endless Quest), by Matt Forbeck This book serves as a reminder of the immense difficulty of creating compelling choose your own adventure stories.  After all, such stories depend on a variety of matters, including … Continue reading

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Book Review: Elminster’s Forgotten Realms

Ed Greenwood Presents Elminister’s Forgotten Realms, by Ed Greenwood This was a very interesting book, and it helps demonstrate some of the ways that the creativity of various people helped to make the Dungeons & Dragons universe as rich as … Continue reading

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Book Review: Forgotten Realms Player’s Guide

Dungeons And Dragons:  Forgotten Realms Player’s Guide, by Rob Heinsoo, Logan Bonner, and Robert J. Schwalb I must admit I was disappointed by this book.  That isn’t to say that this is a bad book, exactly, because it is not … Continue reading

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Book Review: Dungeons & Dragons: Forgotten Realms Classics #9-14

Dungeons & Dragons:  Forgotten Realms Classics #9-14, by Jeff Grugg, Rags Morales, and Dave Simons Although it is rare for me to read graphic novels, from time to time I enjoy them, and this book was a pleasant reminder of … Continue reading

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