Mad Brew weighs in on the Future of Roleplaying, month’s RPG Blog Carnival topic. Take a look at Mad Brew’s vision of the next edition of D&D.
The Labs presents a new item from its line of Pathfinder magic items, a new cosmetic sure to enhance players’ information gathering and object acquisitions.
The Labs presents another magical item for Pathfinder RPG, this time Mad Brew condensed the essence of a good night’s sleep into a shiny potion.
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.
The Labs has tailored a fine piece of fashion for the adventurer, a pair of leather boots that allows the wearer to double the distance moved during a five-foot-step. Only adventurers of impeccable taste are being asked to try them on.
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 discusses how the birth of his daughter, the death of an icon, and GM’s Day makes today a very special day on a personal level.
The Labs serves up another wonderous item for use with Pathfinder, the Talisman of Abundant Life. This item provides temporary hit points by storing healing effects.
A sure to torment players and GMs alike. Marbles of Arcane Abatement come in two varieties and can render charged items useless.
Looking at various mapping methods for tactical play from a design perspective. Hex, square, and other methods are tried.