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He was surprised that players got stuck at this point. Have a go yourselves.
Judy Garland. It manages to convey a lot of information and atmosphere in few words, with a unique and interesting background plus a few rumours, giving at least three different reasons for PCs to visit the location.
They may be after the evil sorceress Dark Odo and her bandit retinue thought to be hiding in the area, or the band of Xvarts last seen heading into the Lichway, or after the treasure of the Sandlanders, the original long-lost builders of the place.
Dark Odo with her urn full of the ashes of past lovers, is a character full of potential drawn in few words, and the Lichway itself is a great setting showing how an unusual monster can be made the centrepiece.
Some are horrendously complex one that involves calculating damage absorbed by layers of armour, flesh and bone for 31 different hit locations and some sensible a suggestion from Roger Musson that essentially prefigures touch and flat-footed AC.
No trout for me today. To catch this, first I need to approach it a slip a noose around it. Next, having got it within my noose I need to quickly tighten the noose and flip it onto land. So I don't get a chance to roll to catch it when it is flopping around on land.
Too complicated? What do you mean? That's highly realistic gaming.
Molten Magic discusses new figures whilst Treasure Chest is a miscellany of ideas and Open Box covers reviews. Some can still be found today in modified form.
The Warlock Cat has basically become the Bezekira Hellcat , for example, and the Necrophidius is still with us. A few themes can be found in these early monsters. Magic missile could become e. In issue 10 they go for broke and give a pseudo-template, the Inverse Monster, to cover all eventualities.
These get a bit wearyingly repetitive. Rogue Trader. The general level of grimdark was pretty low and they even included battle reports for the good specialty games as and when they got released, most notably Mordheim and Battlefleet Gothic. Oh and they used to actually put army lists before all of their battle reports, and gave the actual turn-by-turn play. They stopped doing the former because people with calculators were able to backwards engineer army lists from them and thus not download codices luckily the internet came along, making downloading anything that can be stored in a PDF strictly optional , and they stopped the latter because it meant that their flavor-of-the-month army could get humiliated.
Sales fell from here. It was a depressing time for games Workshop.
White Dwarf also used to have a Chapter Approved column with experimental rules and errata. The errata went away when GW realized that they could put errata online and use the saved space for more advertisements, and by the time the experimental rules became actual rules, GW was no longer doing playtesting in public.
Anyway, White Dwarf is alright, but no where near as awesome as it once was. The real point of decline was when it started shilling for the Lord of the Rings game that no-one ever played. This magazine would focus on wider hobby news, Citadel model painting examples, various articles to deal with conversions, etc.
Although since they have gone back to the monthly model. In the magazine got a soft reboot of its contents, being now more like the older times: And at least for the first number of it there are no references whatsoever to the latest GW releases.