Radiance House Publishing released Secrets of Pact Magic and Villains of Pact Magic a couple of years ago as supplements for 3.5 Dungeons & Dragons. Dario Nardi, the man behind the books, recently updated the series with a free 4 page Pathfinder conversion guide. The guide makes the rules supplements more accessible for groups using Paizo’s successful iteration of D&D 3.5.
Do you want to design games? Are you already a game designer? You need to read Jesse Schell’s The Art of Game Design: A Book of Lenses. It doesn’t matter if you want to design board games, roleplaying games, or video games, this book has tools you can use.
My picks for the top 5 blogs that focus on Dungeons & Dragons 4th Edition. If you play or DM 4e, subscribing to these blogs is mandatory. If you think I missed someone that should be on this list, speak your mind in the comments.
After playing Pathfinder for a few months, I am already hankering for some new options. I have played solely as a Cleric, though at different levels as well as both positive energy and negative energy versions. I love the new channel energy so I have crafted some fine new Feats for the Cleric that should prove very useful.
Dave Chalker officially announced that the RPG Bloggers Network will be handed off to Duane O’Brien of A Terrible Idea. You can read the announcement at the RPGBN Google Group.