Check this out, it is really funny stuff.
This is pretty old as far as I can tell, but I thought I would post it here anyway. Our good friends from Wizards of the Coast invite to test drive D&D version 4.0. Personally I am not sure new rules will save our game, but kudos to them for keeping the rules alive.
I haven’t tried it myself, so if anybody out there has tried it, please drop me a line. Link below.
Well, the weather has been nice in Denmark, so I have not uploaded the files I initially expected to. However, if I can sit long enough in front of the computer one of these days I will definitely upload some of my old Dragonlance work.
Now I just need to find the files and edit them a bit…
When I started this blog, it was meant as a past time thing. I never really expected to keep blogging here, but for some reason I have kept posting over that past couple of months. Not that I really write anything worth reading, but still…
I recently installed Google Analytics on my blog, and now I can actually see that I get some hits. That really surprises me. I guess this means that I should publish some of my homebrew game material on the blog, so hopefully I can post something this weekend. Friday is a holiday here in Denmark, so I don’t have waste time at my incredibly exciting job as an e-business consultant.
Anyway, stay tuned, I might just post some content in the upcoming days.
I just started a mini project here on the blog that will never die. I am trying to find as many interesting RPG blogs as possible, and syndicate them here on my own blog. Hopefully I will one day have enough to create an OPML file for your downloading pleasure.
So far I have only managed to find three blogs, that are serious about as well as remotely relevant. Well, considering the authors I guess one could argue that they are very relevant. So anyway, if you have a good RPG blog, or know of one, please don’t hesitate to shoot me an email, or leave a comment.