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Posted by: WotC_Trevor on Apr 12, 2010 at 05:34:51 PM
Last week we had an early look at the Class Acts:Warlock article. This week we're taking a look at Deities and Demigods article about Torog and some of the followers of the King that Crawls. This article was going to come out later in the week but has now been pushed up to tomorrow, so consider this more of a glimpse into the very near future.
With no further ado, here's a bit of the upcoming article along with a graft that can be used as part of a template:
With fervent pleasure the Order of Amalgamation invokes terrible rituals, willingly grafting monstrous limbs and organs onto their flesh as a perverse adulation for the King that Crawls.
Posted by: WotC_Trevor on Apr 5, 2010 at 05:32:37 PM
This Wednesday a Class Acts: Warlocks article goes live and I thought I'd give you a look at what you can expect. This one features a description of the Crimson Knights of Bael Turath - warlocks and paladins of the lost empire whose knowledge still survives today. Now, paladin/warlocks are near and dear to my heart as I'm playing a hybrid paladin/warlock in Perkins' Wednesday night Iomandra campaign. When I was talking with Youngs about the article, he seemed pretty excited about it and added, "I love how the article supports the idea of less...noble paladins." I'm loving the freedom of personality I can have with a 4E paladin so Youngs' words and the little I've seen of the article have got me pretty excited.
Speaking of the bit I've seen of the article, I suppose it's time...
Posted by: WotC_Trevor on Oct 26, 2009 at 10:28:21 AM
Chris Youngs recently posted a call for submissions in the DDI group (it's a private group for D&D Insiders, so no reason to click if you're not a member) and I thought it would be cool to repost that information here.
Before we get into it, I want to blatantly repost the first step (Do Your Research) that you'll find in the Online Writer's Guidelines:
Know what's out there. If you're a D&D Insider subscriber, odds are you're already aware of the types of content we're looking for. Familiarize yourself with the articles we produce before you send in a proposal. This will help you know what we've done recently. If we just printed an article of new bard powers, we're probably not looking to publish another article on bard powers for a while.
This basically means you'll have a much better...