Review: Players’ Option: Heroes of Shadow, Part Two

In part one of our look at Players’ Option: Heroes of Shadow, we discussed the new classes and class builds. In this installment, we’re going to take a look at the options meant to supplement previous material such as the new feats, races and paragon paths. Some players will consider it a bummer that the … Continue reading

Review: Players’ Option: Heroes of Shadow, Part One

The aggregated consciousness of the collective RPG blogosphere has already dispensed its fair share of opinions on Player’s Options: Heroes of Shadow, the latest book for Dungeons & Dragons 4th Edition. Rather than attempt to summarize or respond those opinions, I’m going to go straight into my own review. Heroes of Shadow is the first hardcover … Continue reading

Dungeoneering: Bark at the Moon

If I wasn’t bound by time, space and money, I’d probably run every single published adventure I could get my hands on. Now I understand that there’s some pride to be taken from making your own stuff, and there are definitely a great many campaign and adventure ideas I’d like to develop myself. Still, I … Continue reading

An Interview with Metagame, Part Two

Metagame is a web series about a group of quirky role-playing gamers and the DM who suffers their psychological hang-ups and neuroses. I enjoyed the series so much, that I knew I just wanted to get an interview with its creator and the principal cast. Metagame is written and directed mostly by Matthew David,  and … Continue reading

An Interview with Metagame, Part One

Metagame is a web series about a group of quirky role-playing gamers and the DM who suffers their psychological hang-ups and neuroses. I enjoyed the series so much, that I knew I just wanted to get an interview with its creator and the principal cast. Metagame is written and directed mostly by Matthew David,  and … Continue reading

The Art of 4th Edition: Ralph Horsley

Over the two year of life span of 4th Edition so far, a few names have emerged as the go-to illustrators for the product line. Such illustrators, like William O’Connor and Wayne Reynolds, have become a recurring presence that have come to represent the visual identity of 4th Edition, much like Jeff Easley and Larry … Continue reading

Why Go To Polyhedral: Triple Crit?

With last month of 2010 rolling in, we at My Girlfriend is a DM are holding the third POLYHEDRAL, the only RPG-centric event in Metro Manila. With apologies to my friends from outside the archipelago, I must say that if you haven’t been to POLYHEDRAL then you’re totally missing out. So for today, I present … Continue reading

Review: Heroes of the Fallen Lands, Part 3: Slayer, Thief & Knight

This post is a continuation of an extensive multi-part look at Heroes of the Fallen Lands, written by guest writer Phil Corpuz. Phil is an editor at Nosfecatu Publishing, a local publisher of Philippine mythology themed supplements for Dungeons & Dragons 4th Edition. Content from their products is represented on a regular basis at POLYHEDRAL. In the last … Continue reading

Video Wednesdays: Monstrous!

Clearly this man does not build monstrous race PCs for the stat bonuses. 

Review: Heroes of the Fallen Lands, Part 2: Warpriest & Mage

This post is a continuation of an extensive multi-part look at Heroes of the Fallen Lands, written by guest writer Phil Corpuz. Phil is an editor at Nosfecatu Publishing, a local publisher of Philippine mythology themed supplements for Dungeons & Dragons 4th Edition. Content from their products is represented on a regular basis at POLYHEDRAL. In the … Continue reading