(Click for bigger) Well, time to lock myself in my apartment for the next few days.
Wizards of the Coast is asking players for their ideas for the next edition of "Dungeons and Dragons." They will start by conducting a playtest of the ideas currently in development at this month's "D&D Experience" convention. Then in spring, they plan to release a growing set of rules, classes and monsters on their website and ask for player feedback.
As someone who was disappointed with the changes in 4th edition, this could be really exciting. What changes would you like to see in "Dungeon
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Fantasy author Jim C. Hines decided one day to pose like the women on the cover of his novel, "The Stepsister Scheme." After realizing how awkward posing like that was, he decided to recreate other poses from fantasy book covers.
"I spent the rest of last night with pain running through most of my back. Even the pose in The Shape of Desire, which first struck me as rather low-key, is difficult to imitate and feels really forced. Trying to launch my chest and buttocks
There is so much more that's wrong with this movie. Most notably, the scene where the werewolf falls in love with the baby. Yep. That is a thing that happens. Just when you thought the movie couldn't get any dumber, the werewolf falls in love with the baby. I need another drink. Hopefully we can get some fantasy or sci-fi movies that aren't completely terrible.