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Fans of the Forgotten Realms have a new way to enjoy their obsession: a volume filled with intricate designs, blood chilling monsters, and valiant heroes for hours of coloring enjoyment.
“Everything a Dungeon Master needs to weave legendary stories for the world’s greatest role playing game.”
“A menagerie of deadly monsters for the world’s greatest role playing game”
“Everything a player needs to create heroic characters for the world’s greatest roleplaying game.”
“Explore subterranean labyrinths! Plunder hoards of treasure! Battle legendary monsters!”
Whether you’re a fan of Dungeons & Dragons from way back, or completely new to the city of Waterdeep, you’ll be completely hooked in just a few rounds.
The Companions: The Sundering is just a fabulously written story that draws you in and keeps you guessing on nearly every page. From start to finish, you will be shocked and delighted at the newest twists and turns in one of ...
We looked at the beta of Neverwinter in perhaps too much detail upon its release back at the end of April; since then the game has had regular patches and adjustments, leaving Cryptic Studios and Perfect World Entertainment fee...
The fact that Neverwinter is still in beta is not in question - the game is definitely playable and surprisingly good fun despite the current sense of being incomplete, but it cannot escape that feeling of incompleteness. Some ...
If you’re a fan of classic RPGs, you may want to take a quick look at Good Old Games’ special offer this weekend – ten Dungeons & Dragons games in a bundle for $21.10. It includes the original Baldur’...
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