by Mike Shea on 10 June 2009
Last week I was one of a handful of guest bloggers who had the opportunity to discuss the past and future of D&D 4th Edition with James Wyatt and Chris Perkins of Wizards of the Coast on The Tome Show, 4th Edition - One Year Later. Listen in awe as I break James Wyatt down into a long pause followed by a very audible sigh of despair after my stumper of a question.
One of the best tips I heard came from Phil from Chatty DM where he described his six to eight session mini-campaigns that let his players explore different characters more often than longer campaigns. I may try this myself after we finish the current series of published adventures.
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