With 2011 nearing completion the Dungeon’s Master team is taking another look at some of our favourite articles from the past year. With over 250 articles posted over the past 12 months there are bound to be a few that you missed somewhere along the way. If you’ve only found Dungeon’s Master recently, this is a good way to discover some of our best work. For those readers who have been with us since the beginning, we think you’ll enjoy revisiting these articles again.
Over the next two weeks we’ll dig up those hidden gems that generated a lot of discussion among the gaming community or that we think best represent what we’re all about.
Each of our greatest hits articles will include the original article in its entirety, along with a new introduction. In some cases our opinions may have changed since the article was originally published and in others we’re still holding fast to our initial stance.
You’ll have to check out the greatest hits every day to find out which articles from 2011 made the cut and what new insights we have to offer on those topics.
Even though we’ll be running our greatest hits for the next two weeks we will continue providing weekly recaps of D&D Encounters through out the last two weeks of December.
In January 2012 Dungeon’s Master returns to its regular publishing schedule. Be sure to visit Dungeon’s Master every day for great 4e D&D articles.
- Greatest Hits 2011: Should PCs Charge Other PCs for Services?
- Greatest Hits 2011: Exploiting Racial and Class Powers: Dragon Breath
- Greatest Hits 2011: Let Monsters Use the Treasure
- Greatest Hits 2011: 7 Appalling Things I Witnessed at the Gaming Table
- Greatest Hits 2011: The Little Details Make a Big Difference
- Greatest Hits 2011: My Love Affair With Minions
- Greatest Hits 2011: The Importance of Trust and Honesty in D&D
- Greatest Hits 2011: Band of Brothers: Adventuring Parties of the Same Race
- Greatest Hits 2011: Make Magical Item Identification Harder
- Greatest Hits 2011: Two-Hit Minions
- Greatest Hits 2011: Character Catchphrases
- Greatest Hits 2011: Hurry Up and Wait – A Look a Delaying and Readying Actions
- Greatest Hits 2011: Are You Willing to Provoke an Opportunity Attack?