posted Friday, November 21st 2008 by
News, Reviews & Culture
There are, of course, other roleplaying game blogs out there. Here’s a round-up of this week’s news and events.
Especially interesting this week is Greywulf‘s speculative article, What if 4E came before 3E? In this alternate reality, a company named Sorcerers of the Coast buys TSR and releases fourth edition in 2000, and Greywulf gives a review as if third edition had been released in 2008. Amusing and insightful.
From ENWorld this week, BBC News reports on Dungeons & Dragons’ online features and their relationship to the traditional game. Paizo has an open call for Pathfinder writers, while ENWorld’s forums have a thread on the new 4E Draconomicon. Gnome Stew recommends twelve RPGs you should play at least once.