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"Goodbye, Jean-Luc, I'm gonna miss you. You had such potential. But then again, all good things must come to an end."
- Q, Star Trek: TNG


Take Cover from A Swarm of Stirges

by Ken Newquist / September 24, 2004

The stirge. It is a monster whose name echoes down the halls of dungeon crawling history, evoking terror and scorn as it does so (terror for low-level characters trapped in a cavern with them, scorn for high-level adventurers all but immune to their blood-sucking attacks). This monster, whose roots date back to the dawn of Dungeons and Dragons 30 years ago, gets the royal treatment in Behemoth3's first horde book: A Swarm of Stirges.

The Libertarian Gamer: Arcana Unearthed, Part 2: Races & Classes

by Ken Newquist / August 27, 2004

In Part 1 of this column, I gave an overview of Monte Cook's Diamond Throne campaign setting for Arcana Unearthed and talked about the sort of adventures I'd like to run there. In Part 2, I talk about the races and classes I'd use to achieve the goals set out in the first column.

Oh I Wish I Were in the Land of GenCon...

by Ken Newquist / August 22, 2004

GenCon, that gaming mecca held once a year in Indianapolis, is drawing to a close. And despite having gamed until unconsciousness at my home-grown NukeCon convention, I really wished I'd been there. However, since I couldn't be there, I've decided to round up all the blog entries from the folks who did make the trip.