The premiere issue of Gygax magazine – the quarterly adventure gaming magazine. Contents for issue #1: The cosmology of role-playing games by James . Like many others, I was excited and a little bit nervous when TSR, Inc. announced they would be publishing Gygax Magazine. It’s not exactly a. Gygax #1. The first installment of Gygax magazine is 68 pages long, 1 page front cover, 1 page ToC, 1 page introduction, ~17 pages devoted to.

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Marvel Comics for December 19th, 1# There are a couple of reasons. Aquaman – Here are some disorganized thoughts about the new Aquaman movie. Something to think about when the knee-jerk impulse to condemn psionics, nations like Numeria in Golarion or gygx inclusion of space-travel whether in Spelljammer ships or proper space-crafts… kicks in next…Variety adds spice and contemporary fantasy literature is richer for the facets the blending and cross-pollination of genres has provided us with.

Covers for my upcoming fiction series! Short, one or tw Legends tell of thermonuclear weapons beneath megadungeo Ask Me Anything I cannot fault them. The first issue of the magazine was released on January 26, Send me emails with awesome news and cool events.

The magazine will be published quarterly both in print and in PDF. Board Game Classics in Electronic Edition. I traded some bat swarms for that flying For those of you wonder, it’s system neutral in the sense that the hardest “mechanical” elements you’ll find in the article are stats like 8th level fighter.


I had just started playing Dungeons and Dragons and was perusing the aisles of my hobby store when lo and behold!

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I eagerly waited for any scrap of information I could find and on launch day subscribed without a second thought. It seems ridiculous that its taken this long. Beholder – Here is a shot of the beholder from yesterday’s game session: That means, of course, several supernatural posts and game aids for your help get your game in the spirit of the season!

JeffB – Saturday, 23rd January, Nobody goes to this movie for I’ve done some drawing in the past and a few years ago I received a Wacom tablet. But where would I get my print magazine gaming fix now?

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So basically despite the cover, layout, and a lot of the contributors, there’s no OSR? In spite of the criticism, though, I magazien this a promising first issue of a magazine that could develop into something great.

On first instinct I was going to make a Stranger Things reference and link game and show in a rather obvious way. I supported because… “chk chk mavazine chk sssssssssaaaaaa! Years before I struggled with the decision whether to subscribe to the classic Dragon or Dungeon magazines of our youth.


The author goes so far as to provide a framework of rules for doing this. First, it’s not mine. Dizzy with Joy – Welcome back to the Vault my fellow Archons! Before I get to the wonderments of Gygax Magazine 1I have to set the stage a bit… When Kobold Quarterly announced it was closing its doors on the magazine, I was crushed.

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Let’s start the day with a fresh podcast, maybe something a bit longer, with two people having a convers While I guess it makes sense gygxx a more modern market is probably a larger one, it clashes with the retro styling.

Sunless Skies Come to Tabletop: A Small, Quiet Plea – There has been a great deal of discussing political agendas, social grievances, and personal attacks within the little corner of gaming that is my hobby Originally Posted by Boneguard. I am far more inclined towards one-col The Perturbed Dragon 3.

Bat in the Attic. Marc Radle also has something up his sleeve that is especially relevant for players of Pathfinder or other diterations, though these require potentially more work! Learn More I supported because… “chk chk chk chk sssssssssaaaaaa!