IDW has sent out a press release announcing that a new Dungeons & Dragons miniseries, Dungeons & Dragons: Cutter, is being co-written by long time D&D writer R.A. Salvatore.
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.
Dungeons and Dragons isn’t just a game anymore, it’s much bigger and Fell’s Five are part of it. Fell’s Five have followed Khal back home to find out what’s wrong with his beloved. See what after the jump.
I know some people have been expecting this since I started writing here, and I’m not one to disappoint, but I didn’t want to start a precedent. Anyhow, now that my conceited notion of self worth is out of the way, start to find out how Fell’s Four originally formed after the jump.
Here at Major Spoilers we get frequent e-mails from our readers and podcast audience. One of the questions we get most frequently for Critical Hit goes something like this:
My friends and I decided that, for a change of pace, we wanted to play an evil D&D campaign. So I ran them through character creation and we started playing… and it was a horrible mess! We didn’t get anything accomplished, the game devolved into a four-hour, player vs. player combat and one of the PCs insisted on killing and raping all peasants, livestock and furniture he came across. Is it even possible to run an evil campaign without the game just falling apart?
Glad you asked, real person. The Answer is yes.
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Rodrigo enlightens everyone on the fourth edition of the very popular Dungeons and Dragons role playing game.
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D&D players will thrill to the campaign set in Arthur’s Camelot and specialized weaponry to combat the vampire menace. Other players can actually take up the mantle of a vampire knight and try and extinguish the hope of humanity forever!
THe game called Vampires vs. Knights is being developed by Tony DiGerolamo.
“Adam Beranek, one of the co-creators of DvKA, and I are thrilled Tony agreed to write the game based on our concept,” says screenwriter/graphic novelist Christian Beranek. “Fans will be able to create their own characters and adventures — there are going to be many awesome battles between knights and vampires for years to come.”
It should be noted that Christian Beranek also wrote the screenplay for the upcoming Dracula vs. King Arthur movie. The game will be in stores in the Spring of 2009, and you can catch a demo of the game at select conventions between now and then.