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'Undefeated'
March 22, 2003
Paizo Publishing, publisher of Dragon, Dungeon , and Star Wars Insider magazines, is evaluating a new magazine, Undefeated , with an eye toward launch this summer.
Forbeck's Redhurst Academy of Magic
March 15, 2003
Human Head Studios has announced its first paper game -- The Redhurst Academy of Magic , by game industry veteran Matt Forbeck.
Fall Debut Planned
January 19, 2003
Wizards of the Coast is planning to release a D&D CMG this fall utilizing pre-painted plastic miniatures in starter sets and boosters.
Plus Free Food, Schwag!
January 5, 2003
Major new product announcements are planned for the GAMA Trade Show, the game industry event for retailers, which will be held at the Orleans Hotel in Las Vegas March 17th through March 20th.
Phenomenon, Deal, Controversy of the Year
December 29, 2002
We chose organized play as the Game Phenomenon of the Year, the Wizards of the Coast divestitures as the Game Deal of the Year,...
'We Are Committed'
December 20, 2002
The news that Wizards of the Coast would be cutting back on non-WotC RPGs in its chain of retail stores elicited the following response from Don Williams, Public Relations Manager for Wizards of the Coast, which is the first offical statement on the topic from the company.
Sword and sorcery in the tradition of Lord of the Rings
December 12, 2002
A Paid Advertisement. CPM Manga has announced the release of the fourth volume of Record of Lodoss War - Chronicles of the Heroic Knight , the hugely successful manga inspired by Dungeons and Dragons .
New Volumes Out in July
December 6, 2002
Wizards of the Coast has formally announced that it will publish revised editions of its three core D&D rulebooks in July of 2003.
Via Goodman Games
November 19, 2002
EN World and Goodman Games have announced plans to publish a quarterly d20 magazine, EN World Player's Journal , beginning March 2003.
Dragon 300 Sub Copies Start Furor
September 21, 2002
A controversy has erupted over the sealed 'mature content' sections of Dragon #300, prompted by the arrival of the first subscription copies in mailboxes last week. R etailers, distributors, publishers, and creators have in turn attacked and defended its publication.
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