Gamegrene Third Edition released, to commemorate D&D's 4th Edition (June 7th, 2008).
People keep telling me this is what d20/3rd Ed. is.
Almost makes me want to sell all of my D&D stuff.
What. The. Fu...
Remind me to try and get a review copy ;)
So, if one wishes to play D&D, rather than actually buy the rulebooks, one should buy this? That said, I'm quite curious as to what it contains.
Sword's Edge Publishing
Sword's Edge E-zine, an electronic magazine of fantasy and science fiction
" ...and even move up in the hierarchy to become a Dungeon Master". a useful little book for social climbing, isn't it?
Hmm... never thought of it as "moving up" in any hierarchy... don't we usually get stuck being the DM ?
Yeah we do. =)
Although, truth to tell...some of us get stuck doing it so long we come to enjoy it.
..or you're stuck GMing for so long, you start to THINK you enjoy it :)
I think I know what you mean.
Wow!! Have you seen the Wizards web site! I can't wait to get my hands on that book:)
heh. Check out the blog.
I have never been into D&D minis but the commoners set sounds great!
here's yet another sighting of that Bigfoot of a book
Incredible. Simply incredible.
Is it just me, or does this book fail to mention what edition it is describing? I mean, obviously 3 or 3.5 from the cover art alone, but a n00b to the game wouldn't know that.
The less we speak of this book, the better; right?
...unless this is an april fool's joke
Doesn't look like it. Now I'm getting spam from Amazon offering a discount on the thing.