Ready for something really fun? Check out this sneak peek of Jim Henson’s The Storyteller: Dragons #2, from Archaia.
I’m really looking forward to Jim Henson’s The Storyteller: Dragons #1, it should be a good time for those who love the series from Archaia.
Want to see something totally awesome and totally freaky? Check out Valeriano Fatica as he takes a watermelon and carves it into something totally radical.
Dreamworks sent a new trailer for the upcoming Dramworks Dragons: Race to the Edge series coming to Netflix in June.
The House Targaryen have ruled the iron throne and the dragons for years in the fictional land of Westeros as seen in Game of Thrones. But where did they come from? It’s time to go into the old books of the past and learn all their secrets and legends. So sit back and enjoy as Ashley and Jason begin their geek history lesson. You might learn something. Enter your Mind University!
Press Release Based upon the Academy Award®-nominated film, How To Train Your Dragon, DreamWorks Dragons is back for its second season of epic adventures and high-flying hijinks on Thursday, Sept. 19 at 7:30 p.m. (ET, PT) on Cartoon Network. In the new season, DreamWorks Dragons: Defenders of Berk Hiccup (Jay Baruchel, This Is The End) and his dragon Toothless lead the way as the gang graduates from experienced riders to confident defenders. The group will face a surprising enemy, rare and wild dragons and exciting adventures.
I get frequent e-mail questions about gaming from our Critical Hit listeners. Often they ask me my opinion on a game setting or a particular power in 4th edition; but there is one question that I get more than any others, and it goes something like this: Dearest Rodrigo, HELP! I have an awesome campaign planned but ever since my players discovered that they can sell copper for 2 silver a pound they’ve decided that they are just going to become miners and settle in a sleepy mining town. How do I get them to pick up their swords
This Saturday you will be able to download the first episode of Season 4 of Critical Hit. Take the jump to read some information on the setting, and the official announcement of the new season’s title.
Hello, bacteria amusement parks. It is I, your robot overlord. Last season I spoke to Rodrigo, the game master for the Critical Hit podcast. In that interview we found out many points of data about the game. It appears it was well recieved and so, as “Celestial Crusade” draws to a close it is time to speak to this gaming mammal again. Be forewarned though. If you have not completed the season, you are in for many, many spoilers.
Wizards of the Coast is starting the new year with a bang, not only are previews for Dark Ascension up, they have officially announced that a new edition of Dungeons and Dragons is on the Horizon. Not only that, but they are saying that the consumers will be much more involved with the product, attempting to “…build a set of D&D rules that incorporate the wants and desires of D&D gamers around the world.” But what does that mean for you?
Raise your hand if you’ve played Neverwinter Nights for PC! I didn’t mean literally, put your hand down, you’re at work! You want your boss to see you? Alright, that was close… …Anyway Wizards of the Coast is apparently aware of all the love that game (by the now famous Bioware game studio) has garnered over the years. And so for the first time WoTC has dedicated a whole supplement detailing the Jewel of the North. …which has been hit by a meteor.
I used to play a Halfling Monk back when I was in college. As it turned out I made a lot of thematic choices that made the character really powerful, which is nice. Unfortunately, as my poor karatehobbit found out, sometimes you can make thematic choices that completely screw you over.
I’m not particularly good about keeping up with the latest from gaming companies. So my first interaction with the announcement that Wizards of the Coast has discontinued its miniatures collections came primarily from angry tweets. So I went to WotC’s page, I read the announcement, I thought about it for a bit, and here’s my opinion: It’s not surprising.
There has been a lot of Buzz about the Dungeons and Dragons Fantasy Roleplaying Game Starter Set, colloquially known as “The Red Box.” Unlike a lot of other RPG products you can find it almost anywhere; book stores, comic stores, even major chains like Wal*Mart are carrying it. But what lies within the mysterious crimson cardboard? And who is this product aimed at? Is it compatible with Fourth Edition? Are there new rules and powers for experienced players inside? Well, Let’s crack it open: