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New D&D Products Seminar
fewer products means more QA, promises Mike Mearls. But I'm still not letting him near my dog.
The Madness of Gardmore Abbey sounds dangerously like an adventure set you'd find in 2nd Edition AD&D....
Also, about bloody time they de-randomzied the DD mini boxes. It was never much of a standalone game anyway, and was not, from personal experience, a viable way to get minis to represent beasties my players were running up against.
I remember looking at these D&D branded monster pieces. I wanted to use them for my dungeon maps, but $20 per 1 or 2 pieces was ridiculous. I ended up using plastic army men.
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