My picks for the top 5 blogs that focus on Dungeons & Dragons 4th Edition. If you play or DM 4e, subscribing to these blogs is mandatory. If you think I missed someone that should be on this list, speak your mind in the comments.
At-Will introduces a new service for 4e D&D Skill Challenges: The Skillforge. Besides being your number one source for all things Skill Challenge, you can also download a free PDF I collaborated on.
A new villain for your campaign, Xephero Valderann, a Mad Archwizard archetype. Xephero is the headmaster of the Arcane Academy where he is cursed to instruct any apprentice who seeks his vast knowledge of magic, but at what price?
The Heroic Tier version of the Tyrant King villain, Acario Macellarius IX. The provided template should detail and reference everything you need to set this villain against your players.
The people should hail me as a hero for executing those noble thieves and reclaiming the lands that belonged to my ancestors. But instead they hate me and speak of revolution behind closed doors. Well, they shall repay me with sweat and blood as I forge a new empire! Devils be damned…
Wizards make a move to remove PDF sales from online retailers prompting other publishers to give some PDF love to its patrons. I applaud Wizards for giving us good deals on non-Wizards products.
Mad Brew gives an in-depth review of Dungeons & Dragons 4th Edtion core. He highlights the changes from the last edition, what he feels works well, and what he feels doesn’t. Is it 4e bashing, or is it an even handed review?
Mad Brew takes a look at the new Game System License (GSL) and System Reference Document (SRD) released today from Wizards of the Coast. Give you three guess on what he thinks of it… the first two do not count.
Mad Brew unveils his latest project a combat tracker for D&D (3.x & 4e). While still in development, he provides a look at where he wants to take it as well as a demo to download to check out the look & feel.
Another monster has been caged inside the Mad Menagerie. The Labs has a detailed analysis of the Keymaster, a unique being that guards a forgotten nexus of inter-dimensional gateways.