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Chatty’s Review: The 4e Dungeon Master’s Guide

If you want a very good (albeit mostly positive) review of the 4e Core books, look no further than Martin Ralya’s. I don’t think I can beat it in terms of depth, style and entertaining values, but I’ll do my best to share my thoughts on the book in my own rambling style.

The latest edition of the Dungeon Master’s Guide has in common with its progenitor (Gygax’s lovely and quirky’s DMG) its title only.

Everything in the 4th Edition is focused on one thing and it’s DMing.

I have to agree with Martin that it is, bar none, the best DMG ever written and it’s a must read for all new or recent DMs.

As I was reading, I divided the book in 5 parts:

Adventure/Campaign/World design
DM tools
Quickstart World

Read the rest here:

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This post was sent to me after I had orignally closed my carnival blog submissions but the site did not set the date properly. So since I do not want the person who sent it to me to not get credit, here is the other submission.

Lee said: Reflecting his position as one of the foremost figures of the Renaissance, Leonardo’s versatility is revealed as an artist, anatomist, mathematician and architect.

The entries for my blog carnival were not as good as I would have liked. But here is the one I received. Enjoy

Lee presents The visage of a ravishing, young woman appears again and again in the art of Sandro Botticelli, Early Italian Renaissance painter. It is a face that is almost as familiar to art lovers all over the world as that of Leonardo da Vinci’s Mona Lisa. Botticelli’s model for his most famous art work, The Birth of Venus, was the beautiful Simonetta Vespucci. She was once nominated “The Queen of Beauty”. … read the whole story here…

Simonetta Vespucci – The Face That Launched A Thousand Prints | eArtFair . com posted at eArtFair . com.

Blog Carnival Submissions

admin on May 16th, 2008

I am now taking submissions for the first blog carnival for the SCA Blog.  Submissions will be take through May 21st.  They are on the topic of Renaissance Festivals.  So if you have something to say about this pasttime, go here and give me your thoughts.

 I am highly interested in what everyone will come up with since this is such a big event these days.