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There was no mention of Planescape in any of the Gencon WotC seminars. As you're probably aware, Sigil appeared in the Dungeon Masters Guide 2, and you could cobble together some useful material from …
answered Aug 21 '10 by Bryant
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Well, if we're only counting the WotC ones, in no particular order: Dark Sun -- 3.x material in Dragon and Dungeon, and of course it just came out for 4e. Eberron -- winner of the setting search, by …
answered Aug 19 '10 by Bryant
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My impression is that there's not as much drift; people not only tend to stick to the rules, they tend to stick to WotC-specific material. This is based on the unreliable evidence of reading a lot of …
answered Aug 21 '10 by Bryant
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4e does not. I don't like giving out bonus experience on a per-player basis, since it tends to skew that player's character -- generally speaking someone who does something exceptional once can do it …
answered Aug 19 '10 by Bryant
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Maybe a transparent overlay? Cavalier Games is currently selling 2" hex grids on transparent material. The table-makers at Geek Chic sell transparent Lexan hex grids as part of their Sultan table. T …
answered Sep 1 '10 by Bryant
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There's been nothing announced from WotC, so my guess is that we won't see much. It's entirely possible that they'd be interested in publishing a Dungeon article on the setting, though.
answered Aug 21 '10 by Bryant
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There's a comprehensive list here. It hasn't been updated to include Lamentations of the Flame Princess yet, but otherwise looks OK.
answered Aug 29 '10 by Bryant
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The players in my Greyhawk campaign are about to enter the Bright Desert, and I'd like to use some desert-specific random encounter tables — does anyone have anything suitable? Edition is irrelevant, …
asked Aug 19 '10 by Bryant
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Weem put together a combat sheet designed to address this question. It's divided into things you do when you're attacking and things you do when you're defending; the defending section is further brok …
answered Aug 30 '10 by Bryant
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I'd see if I could find people who were interested in gaming as an English as a Second Language technique. This is totally hypothetical, but I know a few language instructors who've used gaming as a w …
answered Aug 20 '10 by Bryant
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Pros: no arguments about where something is no confusion based on differing visions of the world if you use 3d terrain and so forth, it can be very evocative easier/quicker to do crunchy strategy …
answered Aug 20 '10 by Bryant
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I grapple with this question all the time. I'm not sure this is the best answer, but I try to start by having the enemy negotiate with them. Early in a campaign, I'll have the enemy surrender on rea …
answered Sep 9 '10 by Bryant
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The two games are very different, despite sharing the same underpinnings. I know plenty of people who played previous editions who don't like 4e, and I know plenty of people who played previous editio …
answered Aug 23 '10 by Bryant
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It's always going to be difficult in that situation; I'd personally encourage the GM to tend towards more open spaces, but of course that won't always be reasonable. I would reserve a spot up front …
answered Sep 14 '10 by Bryant
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I don't tend to use prominent NPCs a lot if at all. However, if I did, my top priority would be to keep them from overshadowing the PCs. Particularly in a heroic fantasy setting, the players ought to …
answered Aug 23 '10 by Bryant

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