This is an ongoing series in which I highlight what I think were the best D&D-related blogs each month. This is the article for February 2013. The criteria for this honor is:
- The blog must be on the WotC Blog site.
- It cannot be made by a featured or staff blogger (the point is to highlight blogs that might otherwise go unnoticed).
- It cannot be made in the blogs for a specific group.
- It must pertain to D&D (of any edition).
- It must be in English.
- It must not be reposted from or pushing content on another site.
- It must tickle my fancy.
While we remain in playtest phase, I'm segregating playtest reports into a separate list. Please take a look at the great work of these Heroes of Blogging, Chroniclers of Blogging, and Heroes of Playtesting!
HEROES OF BLOGGING
- David Givens paints minis with his daughter, goes to ORCCON with his son, and likes Unearthed Arcana.
- Doctor Necrotic expands a world.
- Don Diablo find the map is not enough.
- Grimli remembers an empty chair.
- Hartlage thinks unrealistic hp are brilliant, hits the sweet spot, rides the power curve, tastes bounded accuracy, trades accuracy for damage, and changes the balance of power.
- iisaphd travelrs across Cyre.
- lunaelf just wants to play with you.
- Marine1970 reviews Gygax Magazine.
- Miladoon knows weapon lore and featherflight archery.
- Kezzek solves class design, rolls for and scores the abilities, differentiates the cleric , eats his own LFQW cake, and checks skill checks.
- Orkbard makes a skill rank module.
- Ranger Ed makes his own RPG
- Rhenny eliminates AoOs, makes spellcasting interesting, makes skill dice for all, likes easy-to-hit monsters, and actively chooses.
- RJP takes on history.
- Rumbletiger creates an arcane order.
- Sigfile goes virtual.
- The Meat Shield discusses paladins.
- Uskglass plays theater of the mind (4e) and charges for dailies.
- Webster reviews the Alternity PHB.
CHRONICLERS OF BLOGGING
- davidgiven chronicles Encounters.
- Khilkhameth chronicles the Red Order.
- Xaspian chronicles Madness Awaits.
HEROES OF PLAYTESTING