Thursday, August 30, 2007

Dungeons & Dragons 4th Edition: Part 2

Dungeons & Dragons 4th Edition: Part 1

Evolution of D&D

Wednesday, August 29, 2007


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4th Edition has finally been anounced, it's official

This is a little late but I haven't been home.

If you have been paying attention you all have heard the buzz that 4th edition is going to be release early 2008. It was inevitable that a new edition was coming out soon. So here are some highlights in it's design straight from wizards.
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The Design & Development article series premiered on the D&D website back in September 2005, and has been a staple ever since. With the approach of 4th Edition, and our designers and developers focused on the new edition, this column will be the primary vehicle for 4th Edition coverage. We’ll not only give you peeks at what’s forthcoming, but also the “how” and “why.”

Keep in mind that the game is still in a state of flux, as refinements are made by our design and development staff. You’re getting a look behind the curtain at game design in progress, so enjoy, and feel free to send your comments to
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Tuesday, August 28, 2007

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Armour History

A Brief History of Armour

Who at some point in their lives hasn't dreamed of being a great hero? One of the greatest heroic images in history is that of the Knight in Shining Armour. Most people don't realize that this image is just one step in the world's long history of warfare.

From my personal perspective warfare is a fascinating tactical and technological evolution. The technological evolution of warfare can be broken down into two equal, basic forces, ways to kill people (Arms) and ways to keep people from being killed (Armour.)

Arms include everything from clubs, to swords, to modern firearms.

Armour literally means "a protective covering." Today this can refer to such things as Kevlar body armour, a hockey helmet, or even the heavy steel plates that blanket most modern assault vehicles. Historical body armour is separated into three classifications; "Lamellar", "Plate" and "Mail."

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