Month in Review: July 2011

by Ameron (Derek Myers) on August 2, 2011

July was another great month for us here at Dungeon’s Master. In July we began our poll to find the best feats in 4e D&D and thanks to your voting we’re half way there. Our articles on two-hit minions, revamping the skill training system, and reasons to say no to your players all received a lot of comments and sparked lively debate. On the last day of July we posted a preview of the upcoming D&D Game Day which is already proving to be a very popular topic (although I’m sure the scans of the 13 character themes from the upcoming Neverwinter Campaign Setting are at least partly responsible for the traffic spike).

We’d like to thank everyone for visiting us in July and we hope you’ve enjoyed what you read enough to keep coming back throughout August. If you missed any of our articles from July we take this opportunity at the beginning of every month to give you a quick one-stop shop where you can see everything at a glance. This is your chance to read (or reread) all of the articles we ran in July.

Highlights

DM Resources

Player Resources

D&D Encounters and D&D Game Day

Visit the Dungeon’s Master D&D Encounters Archive for all of our ongoing weekly coverage as well as other great D&D Encounters articles and resources.

D&D Encounters: Dark Legacy of Evard

D&D Encounters: Lost Crown of Neverwinter

GenCon

Skill Challenges

The Skill Challenges tab at the top of the page provides easy access to all of our skill aides and skill challenges.

  • Skill Challenge Next - Wimwick shares how he jump started skill challenges in our home campaign after they stalled in many recent games.

A Look Ahead

At the beginning of August we have GenCon, which means plenty of great reports from Indianapolis. We’ll have the final weekly field report of D&D Encounters: Dark Legacy of Evard as well as a report card on the entire season highlighting the good and bad. Tomorrow we’ll share a preview of season 6, D&D Encounter: Lost Crown of Neverwinter and then follow that up with weekly field reports as the season progresses.

Throughout August you can also expect new adventure hooks, skill challenges, a look at moving your game to the epic tier, and we’ll finish our poll to determine the best feats. Bauxtehude has also promised us more stories from D&D camp.  It looks like August will be full of more great 4e D&D materials so be sure to visit us every day.

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