Friday, November 27, 2009

Shareapic a Fun Way to Share Your Pictures

Well looking around the net you can find all kinds of neat sites and Shareapic happens to be a great one share your pictures and earn a little extra cash that's pretty much the gist of the neat web site. Every 1000 pictures viewed and you earn about .22 cents. not bad for sharing pictures.
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Feature your best pic on the Shareapic home page in December 2009!

Enter your best pic now for the chance to be featured on the Shareapic home page! To enter, follow the directions in this forum post. Be sure to submit your pic soon so you don't get left out! By the way, most of the winners are getting thousands of views on their featured pic :) Good luck!

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Thursday, April 30, 2009

Top Follow Friday Rank 9 Wow!

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Friday, April 24, 2009

For Vin

Yeah that's right Vin Diesel Plays Dungeons and Dragons, got a problem with that.
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Saturday, April 4, 2009

Welcome to the Fools Grove

Hey looking to find some strange creatures to torture your players with then you may want to send them to the Fool's Grove. You will find creatures like the Campestri mean spirited little fungi, how about the Flail Snail for a little battery.
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The Dungeon Delve supplement introduces the delve style of adventure to anyone who hasn't had the fortune to be at a convention featuring our RPGA delves. Coinciding with Dungeon Delve's release last month, we are pleased to offer the following "missing" delve—originally set for party level 2 1/2.

In a time long before the current age of the world, fomorians began magical experimentation with myriad life forms, fey and otherwise, to produce nefarious guardians and soldiers. Such experimentation inevitably results in successes and failures. Loath to part with their failed experiments without sowing some form of wickedness, the fomorians devised mystical prisons for their underwhelming monstrosities. These they built upon or near the surface of the world, where their castoff pets could do harm to the fomorians' enemies.

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Tuesday, March 31, 2009

A Gentlemen's Duel

Here is a great little animated short By Blur. It's called "A Gentlemen's Duel.
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From Games Information Blog

I thought this was very cool. I was checking my email today and got this great surprise my blog was used to as an example of "100 Pen and Paper Roleplaying Games You Should Play Before You Die" in fact it is the 1. Dungeons and Dragons. Thanks to for using my blog.

Now shoo, go read the full list.

Games Information Blog

100 Pen and Paper Roleplaying Games You Should Play Before You Die

Pen and paper roleplaying games are now a small-ish hobby. But if you’re a fan of this type of recreation, there are a few pen and paper roleplaying games which might be considered essential. Here’s my list; check off the ones you’ve played, then give the rest a try.

  • 1. Dungeons & Dragons - The original game that started the pen and paper roleplaying hobby. Play any and every version of it that you can. Dungeons and Dragons is fun.
  • Fantasy Roleplaying Games

    All pen and paper roleplaying games are “fantasy roleplaying games”, but this particular subcategory refers to “fantasy” in terms of the more traditional sense of “sword & sorcery” type fantasy.

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    Monday, March 30, 2009

    Gaming Humor

    Here are some funny things that happen at the gaming table. These are all clipped from Wizards of the Coast, you can read more just follow the link.
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    It helps if you pronounce the hyphen

    From Jacob:

    DM: The marilith disarms you.
    PC: But I'm a monk. I'm not using any weapons.
    DM: My bad. Let me do this again... she dis-arms you.

    As Columbus writes "Spain" on the right edge of the paper…

    DM: The passageway ends. You can go left or right.
    David: Let's go left.
    Jacob: Wait. Let's go right.
    David: Why right?
    Jacob: Well, I just think that because we fought the trolls back in a room that was on the right, we should go right.
    David: [Incredulous] What?
    Jacob: I'm on the edge of the paper. If we go left, I'll run out of paper.
    David: OK, let's go right.

    Spelling counts

    From Bob:

    A player passed me a note to tell me that he was disguised as a "pheasant." He was extremely surprised when the bad guys entered the tavern to see his character in a bird costume, trying to be discreet.

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    Sunday, March 29, 2009

    Famous People Who Play Dungeons and Dragons

    Here is a small list of famous people who play Dungeons and Dragons, on the list Stephen Colbert, Vin Diesel, Wil Wheaton, Hulk Hogan, Seth Green. Here is an URL for a larger list

    Wil Wheaton is still Playing D&D
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    Tim Duncan, Judi Dench, John McCain

  • Mike Meyers claimed to play D&D on Inside the Actor’s Studio.
  • Vin Diesel, a longtime player, wrote an introduction to the book Thirty Years of Adventure: Celebrating Dungeons and Dragons.
  • Judy Dench was reportedly introduced to the game by Vin Diesel.
  • Matthew Lillard has played (and apparently beat) kids for charity.
  • Basketball player Tim Duncan is a long-time player.
  • Robin Williams has played for charity, but admits to playing at home as well.
  • Ben Affleck and Matt Damon were introduced to the game by Kevin Smith.
  • Daryl Hannah supposedly plays (though I could find no coroberating evidence).
  • Jesse McCarthy and Lauren Graham have at least touched a D&D box.
  • Joss Whedon played D&D in college.
  • Stephen Colbert was a big player as a kid and still plays now.
  • Will Wheaton reportedly played on the set of Star Trek: The Next Generation (stop the presses!).
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    Thursday, March 26, 2009

    Freeport Shall Live In 4e

    (XRP) Expeditious Retreat Press has been given the right to publish the Freeport Companion which will be compatible for 4th edition Dungeons and Dragons.
    Expeditious Retreat Press Acquires the Rights to Produce the Freeport Companion compatible with the 4th Edition Dungeons & Dragons

    (Coshocton, OH; March 25, 2009) Expeditious Retreat Press has acquired the rights from Green Ronin Publishing, LLC to produce the Freeport Companion compatible with the 4th Edition of Dungeons & Dragons. The book will complement The Pirate’s Guide to Freeport, a systemless setting book published by Green Ronin in 2007, and make it easy for GMs to us e Freeport in their 4e campaigns.

    "We're excited about the opportunity to translate Freeport into the 4th Edition Dungeons & Dragons mechanics," noted Suzi Yee, XRP's project manager of the 4e Freeport Companion. “Freeport began as a d20 System setting,” added Green Ronin President Chris Pramas, “so it’s only natural to adapt it to the new edition and XRP is the perfect company for the job.”
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    The Obsidian Portal

    Now here is a site for you to gather all your story and campaign moments into a living journal. The Obsidian Portal allows you create a blog and a wiki of your Dungeons and Dragons game so the you may create a better story, take hold of your creations and have a better gaming experience.

    What is ObsidianPortal?

    Obsidian Portal allows you to create Dungeons and Dragons campaign websites and other tabletop role-playing games. Rather than trying to automate the playing of the game, Obsidian Portal provides tools to help facilitate the storytelling. Every campaign gets a shared blog/wiki to showcase their story, as well as integrated tools to help track NPCs, locations, treasure, and all the other minutae that makes up an RPG. Check out this video for more details.

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    Wednesday, March 25, 2009

    Penny Arcade

    I listened to the podcast episode of this today and it cracked me up so here's the strip. Click on the image to by a print. Long live Penny Arcade.
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    Latest Art Gallery from Wizards

    Visit Wizards of the Coast for the latest art gallery. There are some really cool picks should you subscribe to D&D Insider you can download them all and any future art released from Wizards.
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    Monday, March 23, 2009

    A Small Excerpt From Arcane Power

    I was visiting Wizards of the Coast website today and taking a look at what coming out in the next products. I found the Unseen Servant and needed to share it, here at Dungeons and Dragons Shall Never Die. The Unseen Servant is one of the most useful rituals of the arcane set up camp, open doors are just a few things that the Unseen Servant ritual could be used for.

    What are some uses you can think of?

    For more on upcoming products follow the link below.

    If you know of any other gaming company's I can share here let me know by leaving a comment.
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    Unseen Servant

    Why bother with real servants when magical ones are so much more obedient?

    Level: 1
    Category: Creation
    Time: 10 minutes
    Duration: Until your next extended rest or until you dismiss the servant
    Key Skill: Arcana (no check)
    Component Cost: 20 gp, plus a focus worth at least 25 gp
    Market Price: 50 gp

    You conjure a Medium unseen servant of invisible force. It obeys your commands, moves at your speed, can lift up to 100 pounds, and performs basic functions and repetitive tasks, such as cleaning, making camp, and moving, holding, or carrying objects.

    An unseen servant never tires. It cannot move more than 20 squares from your space. It does not occupy any space and cannot attack or be attacked. Each unseen servant you currently control doubles the component cost to create the next.

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