Tagged: DnD 3e

FREE Version of Microlite20 Comprehensive Edition Now Available

The Pay What You Want/Free (no art) version of the Microlite20 Comphrensive Edition is now available. Microlite20 is a tiny version of 3.x designed to allow use of 3.x supplements and adventures without all of the complex 3.x rules. In its raw form, Microlite20 and its more important optional and supplemental sections are...

The Microlite20 Comprehensive Edition is Now Available

The paid version of the Microlite20 Comprehensive Edition is now available. The free version will be out early next week. If you buy the paid version of the Microlite20 Comprehensive Edition you will receive the following: a pdf of the single-column digest-sized version — 164 pages, with art a pdf of the two-column...

Microlite20 Comprehensive Edition Available Next Week

Coming next week: the Microlite20 Comprehensive Edition. As I mentioned about a week ago, I discovered a copy of a game I was working on in 2015 on my drive. I have finished it up and will be releasing it next week. The price for the paid version will probably be $7.50. What...

Playing D&D 3e Without Tears

Playing D&D 3e Without Tears

A week or so ago, I mentioned that I was playing in a D&D 3e game — a long running campaign that started as a 2e game in the early 1990s — and that the campaign avoided most of the many 3e problems discussed on forums because the game was played as if...

Microlite74 Ultimate Edition Arriving Soon

Microlite74 Ultimate Edition Arriving Soon

This last year has been a bit hard with the move to Ohio, but I am finally getting back into the swing of things game-design-wise. The first project on the plate is the Microlite74 Ultimate Edition. It is finally complete and should be available in the next week or so. The Microlite74 Ultimate...

Microlite20 Rules Now Available in a Tablet-Friendly PDF

Microlite20 Rules Now Available in a Tablet-Friendly PDF

While I’m not much of a tablet (or smartphone for that matter) person, I was given an Acer A1-810. I don’t really use it for much more than a fancy ereader to supplement my old nook. I have used it enough to know that using multi-column pdfs is a real pain, even using...

Does the World need a “Microlite20 Extended”?

Does the World need a “Microlite20 Extended”?

I have received what appears to me to be a very strange request: that I write an “extended version” of Microlite20. After some back and forth in email with this person (who I will refer to as Jack), I think I finally understand what this means and it is probably something I could...

Another TSR Interview: Skip Williams

Another TSR Interview: Skip Williams

Random Wizard has done another good interview with a former TSR employee. This time its Skip Williams talking about his first adventure, his early days at TSR, his thoughts on 4th edition, his recent work for WotC, and what he has been up to lately. Skip Williams Interview Skip worked on a lot...

No D&D Next (If I was in Charge of D&D at WOTC)

No D&D Next (If I was in Charge of D&D at WOTC)

I’ve made no secret of the fact that the new “D&D Next” isn’t doing much for me. I’ve been asked what I would do if I were in charge of D&D at WOTC several times over the past year. Here’s my answer. First, I’d hire a couple of D&D 4e experts to go...