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 November 2012. 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
- abanathie crunches fighters, rogues, and monks and masters skills.
- Alan-Kellogg has a lot to say.
- arderkrag discusses the murderhobo.
- chaosfang satirizes verisimilitude.
- condorDMaDnD2ed advises Dungeon Masters.
- damnedmage lauds combat maneuvers.
- DanTracker summons rare dragons, beasts, villains, and heroes.
- DM Nel updates his way .
- hartlage remembers D&D, Melee, and Wizard, how battle maps conquer you, solves the limitations of battle maps, keys illustrations, and boxes text.
- JakeZim takes on dead fighter levels.
- Lofgren essentializes the wizard, the druid, and the warlock.
- LordArchaon develops a cosmology both old and new
- Lunaelf is not an easy jester.
- Pashalik Mons hates the five-minute workday.
- SarialMorphoPracktix reviews the Book of Vile Darkness movie.
- VacantPsalm designs a psionic system
- Verdigris Sage reviews the new playtest packet.
CHRONICLERS OF BLOGGING
- Blackfyre8 chronicles the Curse of the Nine Hells.
- DavidGiven chronicles Encounters.
- Khilkhameth chronicles the Red Order.
- Lunaelf chronicles Battle with a Devil.
HEROES OF PLAYTESTING