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Sunday, April 05, 2009

Havn't updated the site in years. Eberron 4e is due in June or July. Does anyone want to buy this domain name?

Wednesday, May 03, 2006

DDO Site Update

We are excited to announce our weekly screenshot contest! Each week we will pick several player-submitted screenshots and post them up for you to vote on. The screenshot with the most votes at the end of the week will be declared the winner.


Do you have pictures of you and your friends in an epic battle or narrowly avoiding a deadly trap? Perhaps you found a particularly picturesque location in game, or were discussing your adventures with guild mates while relaxing in the local tavern? Here is your chance to show off your photography skills in the world of Eberron.

To read the whole article click here:

http://www.ddo.com/index.php?page_id=20&pagebuilder[module]=article&pagebuilder[display_item]=409


WESTWOOD, MA - May 1, 2006 - Turbine, Inc. announced today that Keith Baker, the original creator of the DUNGEONS & DRAGONS® Eberron® campaign setting, will pen additional storylines and works of fiction for DUNGEONS & DRAGONS ONLINE™: Stormreach™ (DDO).



To read the full article visit here:

http://www.ddo.com/index.php?page_id=20&pagebuilder[module]=article&pagebuilder[display_item]=408

Monday, May 01, 2006

Official Site Update

Sharn Inqusitive: Drystone Pulls Out of Korranberg Competition

KORRANBERG—Declaring that the collapse of its massive clockwork horse was the work of saboteurs, engineers from the Korranberg Library’s Drystone college announced on Wir that they wouldn’t attempt to rebuild the statue.
Before its collapse last Mol night, the metal skeleton of the horse, dubbed “Fleet Providence,” stood nearly 40 feet tall, and the grinding of its gears could be heard across the city.

Wednesday, April 26, 2006

DDO Site Update

Azalai Korias discovers a tomb containing runes that may shed some light on the history of the Storm Giant.

Eighty thousand years ago, the giants owned Xen'drik. We crawl about the decaying remnants of their civilization like insects feeding on a corpse. Stormreach itself rose from the ruins of an ancient port, with great pillars and blocks too heavy to lift without the powerful magic scattered across her cityscape. The greatest of the giant races are the storm giants, over twenty feet tall and twelve thousand pounds or more. They towered over their cousins and led them in creating their ancient empire.

See the full profile here:

http://www.ddo.com/index.php?page_id=20&pagebuilder[module]=article&pagebuilder[display_item]=405

and here

http://www.ddo.com/index.php?page_id=293

Tuesday, April 25, 2006

Official Site Update

Sharn Inquisitive: Dozens Claim to Have Seen Lantern-Bearer

SHARN—The mysterious—and some say folkloric—figure known as the Lantern-Bearer of Keshaware has been seen in Sharn this week at least four times, eyewitnesses said.

“He had these dirty white robes, a long gray beard, and tousled hair,” said Maretha Ducain, a cobbler from the Underlook district. “The lantern was covered in jewels—so much so that the jewels themselves seemed to be glowing. And just like in the woodcarvings, he has the lantern on the end of a staff, and he walks all bent over.”

Thursday, April 20, 2006

DDO Update

DUNGEONS & DRAGONS ONLINE™: Stormreach™ (DDO) is now available for download on Direct2Drive.com for the purchase price of $49.95. So put your fortitude, reflexes and will to the test as you challenge the deadly secrets hidden across the mysterious continent of Xen'drik!



http://www.ddo.com/index.php?page_id=20&pagebuilder[module]=article&pagebuilder[display_item]=400

Monday, April 17, 2006

Official Site Updates

Sharn Inquisitive, News for Sul, Eyre 8th, 998: Breland Comissions New Warships

WROAT—King Boranel announced on Zor that he planned to commission more than a dozen new warships to ply the Thunder Sea on antipiracy patrols.

“Let my voice carry to the south on winds of justice: Any ship flying the bear is under the protection of the great nation of Breland. Crawl back into your holes, villains, or face the wrath of our new warships,” said the crown decree.

Thursday, April 06, 2006

Monster of the Week - Moonfall Drake

This week the Eberron Bestiary's monster is the Moonfall Drake. This unusual dragon has such a strong connection to the moons orbiting Eberron that many believe they are born from eggs fallen from the moons themselves. The strange globes of light that surround the creatures are sure to add an interesting twist to your mid-level encounters.
Here is a sneak peak:

The lithe, reptilian creature before you cautiously advances. It walks on four legs, the first two of which double as wings, a leathery membrane stretched between two elongated fingers and the creature’s body. A long tail slides behind the drake, and its scales shimmer in the moonlight.

Moonfall drakes are dragons that are said to be children the moons themselves, carried to Eberron by meteorite-like eggs. It is true that these drakes nest at impact sites, and guard over the meteorites like which lie at the centre of the dragon’s small hoard, but their otherworldly nature has never been confirmed. The meteorites that the drakes watch over, known as moonfall stones, are thought to have powerful arcane properties, so are often sought by wizards and artificers as components in complex spells and eldritch machines.

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Tuesday, March 21, 2006

Monster of the Week - Do'rhashan

This week, the Eberron Bestiary presents the Do'rhashan, an enormous reptile spoken of in ancient lizardfolk legends. The voices of these mysterious creatures fill the night at certain times in Q'barra, a great way to add a bit of atmosphere to your games. This update also comes with bonus material at the end of the monster entry, so be sure to check it out!

Here is a sneak preview:

An enormous lizard over 15ft. at the shoulder races through the trees unhindered. Atop its serpentine head stands a tall rainbow crest which trails off towards the creature’s neck. Its long tail ends with a wickedly sharp bony blade.

The tale of the Chorus of Q’barra is a legend that dates back many thousands of years. When the lizardfolk were driven from the Talenta Plains by the Dhakaani, a large force of Dhakaani pursued them further with the aim of total extinction of the rebellious lizardfolk. Though most of the lizardfolk escaped, a single tribe fell behind and found themselves surround by the relentless goblinoids. Legends say that the forest itself came alive with glorious song, calling its children out from the trees to fight off the goblinoid forces. With the aid of the mountainous reptilian creatures that answered the forest’s call, the lizardfolk destroyed the goblinoids and drove any other hostiles back into the Talenta Plains, ensuring the Dhakaani would never again disturb the lizardolk. Of course, time has exaggerated the facts.

Wednesday, March 01, 2006

DDO Update

PayByCash.com and Turbine are offering 60-day game passes to enable subscription without a credit card.

Gamedaily.com has a review of DDO. Result: 4.5 Stars of 5
Gamersinfo.net has also reviewed DDO.

NYTimes.com has a article on Dungeon Masters Online