Friday, June 29, 2007

New Race I'm working on At the wiki

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The Kalgeshi are an ancient race of humans who developed their powers in wizardry through the aid of demons. Most Kalgeshi are cruel and elegant, they have very little sentiment toward other humans or races the Kalgeshi are decadent and chaotic in nature. They are highly intelligent and magically inclined they are highly accomplished wizards and associate with demons on a regular basis, the Kalgeshi are excellent at creating pacts with demons and have been known to have demons bound to them in service and or items. They enjoy many decadent pleasure and are considerably wealthy race they rely heavily on their slaves who out number them by scores, they are the absolute rulers of their empire and have free reign on their world.

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Wednesday, June 27, 2007


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This creature looks like a black-scaled old crone with a pronounced dragon-like snout. Her long limp hair reeks of sulfur and rot.
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Mind Flayer

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The most feared of the psionic races are the illithids or mind flayers, alien octopus-headed creatures that dwell in dank places, manipulating the minds of lesser beings. A small but significant minority of these creatures have levels in psion, though all have significant inherent psionic ability. The most powerful mind flayer city is Oryndoll, a massive complex in the Lower Darklands. Ruled by the Encephalithid (NE elder brain psion 20 [telepath]), an incredibly powerful elder brain, Oryndoll is one of the most imposing and powerful cities in the Underdark. Recently, astral travelers have reported seeing strange explosions in astral space near portals originating in Oryndoll. Psychics among them claim to have heard strange alien screaming and have seen visions of an enormous, tentacle-headed being quaking in anger. Some whisper that Ilsensine, the god of the illithids, is angry with Oryndoll, but this is only conjecture.

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Dungeons and Dragons Cartoon

Growing up in the 80's was awesome dude, specifically 09/17/1983 when Dungeons and Dragons the Cartoon hit the air waves. I couldn't wait until the next Saturday came along to catch that next episode. The cartoon ran for three years and I watched every Saturday without fail at 9:30 am and then I would go outside and pretend I was one of the heroes mostly Hank. All my friends would play and we would travel into to the woods and back slaying evil monster and fighting off Venger. If you remember this show then pick buy it it is well worth the memories and if you have kids you can share the adventure with them. Not only is it the complete series but it also has current 3.5 Dungeons and Dragons stats on all your favorite characters.

Monday, June 25, 2007

For War Hammer Fans

Now I am a big fan of gaming in general so your not just going to see Dungeons and Dragons on this site expect to see links or blogs of other great gaming sites and this is a good one. I would like to consider my site a online magazine of sorts I welcome all to comment or ask to be a writer for this site write stories reviews gaming material what ever your heart desires.

Warhammer 40,000: Squad Command marks the first time that the brutal, war-ravaged world of Games Workshop's Warhammer 40,000 universe will be playable on the PSP. Warhammer 40,000: Squad Command features fast, action-packed combat through turn-based strategy and an engaging, authentic single-player storyline.Gamers play as the elite Space Marines of the Ultramarines chapter and strive to combat the encroaching evil of the ruthless and daemonic influenced Chaos Space Marines through 13 cinematically-tied missions. With a robust multiplayer mode featuring 9 unique missions, gamers will team up and go head-to-head with other gamers worldwide as either the Imperium of Man or Chaos Space Marines, ensuring hours of unique replayability.Warhammer 40,000: Squad Command will also fully utilize all the portable functionality of the PSP, bringing the Warhammer 40,000 universe to life on handheld.
Compelling single player game consisting of 13 unique missions.
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Sunday, June 24, 2007

Our Wiki Is Growing

Our Wiki is growing so feel free to check it out you can also contribute, just email me at and ask how you can write and edit on our Wiki. We are also asking for support through donations even if you can only donate a dollar it will go along way to helping us build the largest role playing Wiki on the net. Recently updated Planescape Campaign, Worlds.
Come visit or join our Wiki.

Calvin and Hobbes by Bill Watterson

Calvin and Hobbes is my favorite comic strip of all time
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Saturday, June 16, 2007

Black Dragon

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300 for Dinner?

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Friday, June 15, 2007

Paper Castles

Want to make some great paper castles then tis is the site to go to.
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Wednesday, June 13, 2007

Drow of the Underdark

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Drow of the Underdark (Dungeons & Dragons d20 3.5 Fantasy Roleplaying)
Drow of the Underdark (Dungeons & Drago...

by Robert J. Schwalb

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Online Gaming Anyone

Online gaming is all about community, so in addition to the in-game chat and Messenger-based invitation ability of our new multiplayer games, we’ve been researching new social and community features for both the games and our site in general.  That’s part of what makes online gaming what it is. 
Gaming is so cool that it’s practically mandatory, and being good at games can be a great social boon.  Gaming does Google’s recent in-game advertising patent present a dream come true for marketers, a nightmare for gamers, or something in between.  Gaming communities are powerful, profitable, and yet very fragile.  Gaming, the firm notes is one of the fastest growing of all entertainment sectors, outstripping feature films in terms of revenue generation.  Gaming is inherently social and playing games has been closely linked with building relationships and social hierarchies throughout history. 

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Tuesday, June 12, 2007

More From Monte Cook

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Design Diary: Part VII: Running a Ptolus CampaignDesign Diary: Part VII: Running a Ptolus Campaign
From Design Day One, I knew
that there would be a Part VII of the Ptolus
book. Well, I didn't know it would be "Part VII," but I knew there
would be a part of the book that dealt with new rules material. Remember, practically
everything I've written for Malhavoc Press (and a lot I've done for Fiery Dragon,
Atlas Games, and others) has come out of the Ptolus Campaign. It's always been
a testing ground for new 3rd Edition rules material -- in fact, it was one of
the first such testing grounds...
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Suprise! Take a Look at Stealth

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Several installments ago, this column identified four basic character roles: sturdy brawler, stealthy rascal, arcane spellslinger, and divine guardian. We've already examined the sturdy brawler in detail. Now, we'll turn our attention to the stealthy rascal.

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Just Added Movielink to the Blog

Movielink, LLC
Not only that at the bottom of the blog you'll find video game down loads. If you play Dungeons and Dragons then you must love movies.

Sunday, June 10, 2007


I added Worlds today to the Wiki go ahead and check it out, also if you have a world you would like to create go for it or even add a world you have already created. If you have trouble getting into the wiki to edit email me and I'll try to help you out.

Thursday, June 7, 2007

Do you Want to Help Build a DnD Wiki

I'm looking for people who want to build a wiki on role playing games specifically Dungeons and Dragons please email me if interested

Tuesday, June 5, 2007

Why I Have This Blog

I have been playing D&D for over 26 years, originally I found the Deities & Demigods at the Duluth public library in Minnesota. I was 10 years old and the cover just called to me, I thought it was so cool that I ended up keeping it, yes I know we had to pay the fines, at least I hope we did. Ah the pictures at that time that's all that mattered since reading was an issue for me. Those pictures were amazing, we didn't have cable every where then or computers like today mostly they were black screens with green letters, we look through comic books, went to the arcade and played outside until the street light came on. But those pictures they sparked an imagination that could not be contained, I would show all my friends and we would pick the deity we wanted to be and do battle, cast spells (using grass and leaves and sometimes dirt as spell effects that we would throw at each other), sticks as swords and bows, in fact I was known in the neighborhood as the weapons master, I created every thing I would tie string to the stick for bows and make arrows, I made crossbows with rubber bands, spears, I even made shurikens out of nails and plastic (that was a little dangerous). Little did we know that people sat at tables and rolled dice, (weird) they wrote down their characters on peaces of paper and someone told a story. Then in 1983 something wonderful happened Dungeons and Dragons was on T.V. Saturday morning cartoons. Every Saturday I would watch and after it was over I be outside with friends playing D&D I was always Hank even though my name was Eric (who really likes their name at that age) we would go up to the wood by the T.V. towers and fight Venger and his evil minions, some days just like in the cartoon we would battle Tiamat and always end up running, it was fantastic! It was a few years later when I was visiting my uncle Wade and his family, that I discovered that Tom my new cousin had books and books and magazines The Dragon what became Dragon magazine. That was when I found out how to really play using dice of course (duh no more bruises). I got to play some real games and that turned out to just as fun I would play on and off for a few more years until my mother packed us up and moved us to a small town in Minnesota called Sleepy Eye maybe you heard of it, on Little House on the Prairie, if your mother watched it. That's where I met my first and most cohesive group of players. Bob, Steve, Jason, Matt (Doc), Justin and of course Myself, as we played over the years more people would come and go. We had Magnus or Mag for short, Mike, Joe, Chris, Curtis and others I can't think of (sorry). During that time we all worked or went to school, I even started a hobby sore and you can guess what I sold. Eventually I moved to Florida and others moved or settled down with family Steve still DM's games regularly and I try to find groups. Lately though I haven't played in a group and it can be rough, so that's why I decided to start this blog and the wiki I really hope you enjoy.

Monday, June 4, 2007

Larry Elmore One of the Finest Fantasy Artist.

If your into collecting great art prints the check out Larry Elmore one of the finest fantasy artist of all time in my humble opinion. Below you will Find Drizzt, Wulfgar, and Bruenor.
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