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

Review: Dungeon Fog

Originally posted on Return of the Dungeon Master:
Returning to D&D two and a half years ago, I made a very conscious decision to run my games digitally. A big part of this decision was down to my personal situation…

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DMs Guild Review – Modrons, Mephits & Mayhem!

Originally posted on The Kind GM:
Modrons, Mephits & Mayhem! is an adventure for three to five characters of levels 5-8, by Tim Bannock. The Story The characters are asked by githzerai monks to investigate why the river coming down from…

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Review: D&D Essentials Kit

Originally posted on Return of the Dungeon Master:
If I had to list my favourite D&D adventures of all time, “The Lost Mine of Phandelver” would definitely be up there. It marked my return as a Dungeon Master in 2016…

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Cities in MMORPGs #IntPiPoMo2019

Originally posted on GamingSF:
For this first installment of screenshots for the 2019 edition of International Picture Posting Month, I’m going to present some of my favourite city views from various MMORPGs. Cities are almost always a major hub or…

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Deities and Demigods: The Extended Ability Scores Tables

Originally posted on Wayne's Books:
Back in the day, playing Advanced Dungeons & Dragons, we never used the Deities and Demigods rulebook as a “Monster Manual of gods” (though this apparently happened in other groups). We got way more…

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Adventures in Fantasy (1979): A Post-D&D project for Dave Arneson

Originally posted on Wayne's Books:
Haven’t had a Adventures in Fantasy box set in the shop in years, so I thought this would be a great time to profile the set. The set is “Signed!” – which is super…

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The broken promise of the MMO genre

Originally posted on Hardcore Casual:
Could you imagine playing the same videogame for a decade? Ten years, one game? If this question was asked in the 90s, it would seem silly. That would be at least two generations of consoles,…

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Now Arriving: Games of November 2019

Originally posted on Gamer Crash:
I know I’m a little late on this one but it’s better late than never! We’re in the home stretch of the holiday season as November really presents the last major release hurdle. Sure, December…

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Days of the Dragon: 1981 Dungeons & Dragons Fantasy Art Calendar

Originally posted on Wayne's Books:
Following up on my post earlier this week (Days of the Dragon: 1982 Dungeons & Dragons Fantasy Art Calendar), I have a 1981 Days of the Dragon calendar. They are similar in format, and…

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Thankfull for the All-in-one MMORPG

Originally posted on GamingSF:
After coming back from working a gruelling four-day weekend (circa 42 hours worked), I’m now battling a dose of cold/flu and have found myself rather listless when I’m not at work. Motivation to play anything seems…

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