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Act now and get this Headband of Continual Light wherever fine artificers are found

Brion Bearclaw Woods has illustrated a concept for a mundane magical item (can that be a thing?) that any dungeon delver or dwarven miner can take advantage of. The Headband of Continual Light is a cheeky exploitation of that fine 1st edition AD&D spell, continual light. As far as I know, there’s no officially sanctioned 5th edition spell that will achieve …

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This live-action car ad with Dungeons & Dragons cartoon characters will make you want a whole series

Rumors and photos were making their way around the net for a while, but the full video has finally shown up. All our heroes from the 1980s Dungeons & Dragons Saturday morning TV show are here: Hank, Eric, Diana, Presto, Sheila, Bobby, and even Uni. And of course, Venger makes an appearance, and even the Dungeon Master. It’s a Brazilian commercial for …

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Eye of the Beholder’s Promising Trailer

Guestwriter: Nick Monitto I would venture to guess that many of Multiverse’s readers are tabletop gamers who began to play in the golden age of the 1970s and 80s, or are younger folks who were inspired to dig into the RPG’s of the past. Wherever you may fall on the timeline, though, it is almost certain that you knew about …

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A Peek At Midgard Worldbook

A Peek At Midgard Worldbook (created by Wolfgang Baur and Richard Green) Review by Ivar J Randall Midgard Worldbook was published in hardcover format, measuring 11 1/4th inches tall by 9 inches wide and 1 ½ inches thick. The book cover is chunky and very sturdy. The book has a heft about it, weighing nearly five pounds. The cover art …

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Dhavon: Avremier Supplement 1 from Mothshade Concepts

David A. Hill’s follow-up to Avremier offers a grand expansion to a uniquely fetching OSR world. Fans of the Original Edition and the many excellent retro-games that spring from it, take heed.   This is the second in a series of reviews focusing in on Mothshade Concepts “Original Fantasy RPG” supplements series. These supplements offer both a glimpse into a …

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Trollhammer, a fun solo adventure

Guestwriter: John Enfield Playing roleplaying games is a blast with friends new or old, but what do you do when you want to scratch that RPG itch but cannot get a group together that day? You play a solo adventure, of course. Many game systems have solo adventures written for them, but only a few are designed for solo play …