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About DDOCentral

DDOCentral compiles all of the blogs, websites, and other online resources available for the MMORPG video game Dungeons and Dragons Online (DDO).

4 video game sequels that let me down

Originally posted on Bio Break:
As a gamer, there are few things worse than greatly anticipating a release that ultimately lets you down. But one of those few things worse is when that title is a sequel to a game…

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Monster Knowledge DCs

Originally posted on ThinkDM:
When a party encounters a monster, players often ask, “what do I know about this monster?” This may be because the player has no idea what the monster may be, and wants to leverage any information…

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Elgato Stream Deck XL Review

Originally posted on In Third Person:
In the wake of the Elgato Stream Deck, stream controllers have become a popular addition to one’s setup. They allow streamers to seamlessly manage their shows in ways that aren’t as efficient as one…

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5e Spell templates for VTT

Originally posted on www. Newbie DM .com:
Due to the COVID pandemic, all my gaming has moved online, and while that in it of itself is not a bad thing, it has generally changed my prep and the way I…

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AD&D Session 23: The Ogre-Manticore-Centipede Trifecta

Originally posted on Jeffro's Space Gaming Blog:
So this game, I came in not too excited to play through another one of my one page dungeons. After playing 18 sessions with little to no prep, I just was not…

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The Shadow Crypts

Originally posted on Dyson's Dodecahedron:
Today’s map is another experiment after the sharpie dungeon posted earlier this week. This time I’m trying out a heavy black outline and “splatter” effect around it. I also went with a black half-tone…

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Having Issues Streaming Retro Games With a 4:3 Aspect Ratio on Twitch? Try This Overlay Design Trick in OBS!

Originally posted on In Third Person:
In a world where 16:9 is the norm, retro games created with the old 4:3 aspect ratio can be a pain to stream. Having to fit a square gameplay feed into a rectangle overlay…

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Monster Mania: Water Weird

Originally posted on The Dungeoneers Journal:
Introduced in the Lost Caverns of Tsojconth, the Water Weird is a perfect introduction into elemental enemies for low level adventurers. Water Weirds, in their nature, are very deceptive and sneaky creatures one can…

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5 Cool Games to Play for Halloween

Originally posted on cublikefoot:
So last year, I did an article titled “TOP 5 Games to Play For Halloween”. I had a good time making it, so I figured a sequel was warranted, especially now that we’re in the middle…

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Raids week 195

Originally posted on Micki's Delirium:
Raids 195 were Wednesday October 7 and Saturday October 10. Wednesday 1. Project Nemesis LH I was running Jarvanna and lfm’d for the last two spots since we didn’t fill from channel. Completion time: 13 min,…

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