Last year I did my Dungeon Magazine picks, and now it’s time for the best modules from Dragon magazine. I came up with nine. Rereading them gave me … Modules from Dragon that have aged well
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Games without Politics
I used to worry that writing about dragons and wizards and elves is kids stuff. It’s what I love doing, but it seems so disconnected from, well, more IMPORTANT things. And that FEAR stopped me for a long time from following through on my projects. It kept me always searching for jobs that seemed serious. Continue reading “Games without Politics”
Learning probability through Dungeons and Dragons
People say meta-gaming is against the spirit of Dungeons & Dragons, because it is. But that doesn’t mean players can’t use Dungeons & Dragons as an introduction to probability. It is actually possible to improve your odds of survival by calculating probabilities, combined with an analysis of monster types. More here.