Monthly Archives: August 2009

Planning Stages: HomeCon

Inspired by my desire to be at GenCon, and my own attempts at creating a Virtual GenCon experience for myself I’m planning on doing a home based onvention for my family, and perhaps a few additional close friends. For time … Continue reading

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Upcoming Campaign Setting: Dark Sun

Last week at GenCon, Wizards of the Coast announced that their campaign setting for 2010 would be Dark Sun. Prior to the convention I’d heard a lot of people guessing that the next setting would be Dragonlance, and while I … Continue reading

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Virtual GenCon Pt 3

Perhaps this is a bit late, with GenCon ending today, but with Virtual GenCon there is no time limit! We can keep enjoying GenCon for weeks if we’d like. Some of these are repeats, now that GenCon is in swing, … Continue reading

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Virtual GenCon Part 2

With the whole Internet to search, I’ll probably never find all the GenCon coverage, but here are a couple more people and places to keep an eye on (You can see Pt. 1 of Virtual GenCon here): Twitter: @Gen_ConCan’t believe … Continue reading

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Virtual GenCon

For those of you, like myself, staying home this weekend rather than heading to Indianapolis for “The Best Four Days in Gaming”, here are a couple ways to keep up with what’s going on at GenCon 2009 in Indianapolis. I’m … Continue reading

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DM Briefing Room: Giant Spider (Pt. 3)

DM Briefing Room provides a look into some of my personal ideas on game design. This continues my test drive of the DDI Monster Builder, and takes a different route to another Giant Spider. Again I’ve started from an existing … Continue reading

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DM Briefing Room: Giant Spider (Pt. 2)

DM Briefing Room provides a look into some of my personal ideas on game design. When I posted the Giant Spider last week, I didn’t know just how close the DDI Monster Builder was to going live, so here’s a … Continue reading

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