Links of DOOM: D&D 5th Edition Sneak Peak


It's that time of the week again: Time for a random list of stuff that you probably won't click on. And why not, I ask? There's lots of neat stuff out there on the interweb, and here I am consolidating it for you in one nice, neat package.

PICK OF THE WEEK: The good folks at Gothridge Manner pointed out this book review and the author's insane response in the comment section. SWEET MOTHER OF GOD, this is hilarious, and I hope I don't react like this if anyone ever reviews my work.

Here's a cool post about turning mistakes into character-building opportunities at Exchange of Realities.

This guy is having an existential crisis about our favourite hobby. Check out KORPG to see if you can figure out if we're really still playing D&D or not.

Redwald told me in the comments of a post a few weeks ago that I should try Labyrinth Lord. I didn't know much about it, but then I stumbled upon this great review at Gaming Brouhaha.

Convention season is approaching (actually, a few have already started), so here's a helpful Convention Survival Guide from Roles, Dice and Fun.

What would happen if Tiamat had a Facebook profile?

I love MapTools. But this guy is way better at using it then I am.

Need some cool music for your game? Or just want some awesome metal/industrial/electronica to brighten up your day? Check out SHOUTcast DEMONIC. Go, do it now. I'll wait.

That's it for me! Have a great weekend!

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P.S. Yes. The title of the article was my lame April Fool's joke.



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