Oct 222015

In this flip Through Matt Takes a look at out of the Abyss.  I’ve always been a fan of the underdark and I love the role reversal they do with this title.  Most books are about delving into the darkeness, this one is about trying to run from it.  There are so many good things about this book.

I think it’s one of the best written adventure guides I’ve ever read.

Apr 132015

In this Flip Through Matt takes a look the the Princes of the Apocalypse. This adventure can be played for months.  Watch as Matt Shares the basics with you.

I’m super excited for this, my children know nothing the the Temple and I believe they will all die

Feb 172015

In this Figure Forge Matt Assemble the Scoundrels of Skull Port from Gale Force 9.   These are some great D&D Miniatures.

These were a lot of fun I’ll try and get the second video up in a day or so.

Jan 292015

In this session on creating character Matt talks about the BIG 3, or if you prefer the influences that help your character make decisions.


I’ve been having a lot of fun with this and I hope you have been too.

Jan 092015

In this episode Matt speaks on the topic of “bastards”.   In role-playing  this isn’t necessarily a bad thing.   It doesn’t mean you’re an illegitimate child or a bad person, instead it means you ae an individual who doesn’t fit in because of race or some other factor.  T his conversation includes half elves, half orcs, and everything els (those weird races that can be awkward to play).

I had a lot of fun with this.   I have totally put a new spin on creating characters that are just odd.  I hope it does the same for you.

Oct 232014

In this Flip Through Matt takes a good look at The Rise of Tiamat without spoiling it.  This book is full of content, very few pictures.

The Rise of Tiamat will be available in stores November 4th 2014.   you can also grab a sample at D&D Organized Play.

Jul 212013

Murder in Baldur’s GateD&D: Forgotten Realms: Murder in Baldur’s Gate

$34.95 SRP

Murder in Baldur’s Gate is an adventure for character levels 1-3 set in one of the most popular cities in the Forgotten Realms. Players take on the role of heroes defending the city against an ancient evil long thought slain.



64 page Campaign Guide

32 page Adventure Book

DM Screen

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Jan 252013

Being a player of Dungeons and Dragons for oh almost 30 years now I am looking forward to getting some of my old books.


At our Gen Con 2012 keynote address, Wizards of the Coast was pleased to announce that in early 2013 we would be releasing the first wave of D&D backlist products in electronic format.




Today, Wizards of the Coast together with DriveThruRPG, is thrilled to announce the official launch of Dungeons & Dragons Classics, a new online PDF store containing classic content from every edition of D&D, including fan-favorite supplement materials and iconic adventures. A one-stop-shop for classic D&D content, DnDClassics.com offers an easy way to access and download favorite titles electronically by computer, mobile phone, or tablet (including iPads).


How does it work? It’s easy! Simply create an account* and instantly gain access to a wealth of D&D titles.  There are 80 titles available at launch, with smaller batches of additional titles being released on a rolling basis starting in early February.  Favorite titles can be downloaded to an online Library or saved to a “Wish List” for purchase later. Most titles can also be printed. Settings can also be customized and users can opt to get email alerts whenever favorite publishers or topics get new items (*Users can also sign-in using their DriveThruRPG.com or RPGNow.com login).


We encourage you to share this exciting news with your readers. For more information, check-out DnDClassics.com or visit the Legend of Lores column by Mike Mearls located on www.Wizards.com/DnD.

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Dec 172012

Watch as Matt delves into Dungeon from Wizards of the Coast.


Dungeon is not what I was expecting.  I was expecting a game that leaned more towards an RPG feel.  But  after I got over my expectations and played the game for what it is; a board game.  I thoroughly enjoy Dungeon.  The game is simple enough that an eight year old can grasp the concepts While an adult can seek more tactical challenges.

The concept of the game is to gather treasure.  Each player assumes the role of a character; Rogue, Cleric, Fighter, or Wizard.  Each Class has a set amount of treasure they need to gather and then get out of the dungeon.  Combat is pretty simple you roll two dice and compare the roll to the number you need to beat on the monsters card.  The greater the challenge the greater the reward.   The rules suggest appropriate threat levels for  the classes.  To be blunt Rogues are wimps so they fight low level monsters.

All in all the game turned out to be pretty good even though I expected something else.  You can play Dungeon with 4 player  a couple of times in an evening fairly easily.