Harley Stroh, the line editor for Goodman Games' Dungeon Crawl Classics took some time before GenCon to chat with me a bit about what 4th Edition products from Goodman Games, what it's like to write adventures for 4th edition D&D, and how to write adventures that don't suck.
Paizo is running organized play along with the Pathfinder product line called the Pathfinder Society. While at Origins 2008 they ran a panel describing what they were planning to do and I was there to record it.
The promo was for the Vorpal Network, which also has the show's forums, which you should totally be at right now.
The Tome's Summer 2008 contest is coming to a close at the end of August. But I wanted to give you one quick chance to hear what sort of quality things you could win. Why haven't you entered yet? What are you thinking?!?!? Get over to the website and enter today before it's too late.
Also, I am so very excited to bring you the Vorpal Network, which I serve on the Board of Directors for. Go check out the site, the new forums, and the news page. We have some big plans and want you to be in on the ground floor.
The Pathfinder RPG/Sticking with 3.5 Seminar from Origins 2008 included Publisher Erik Mona, Lead Designer Jason Buhlman, and Director of Marketing Joshua Frost all of Paizo Publishing. They chat about the Pathfinder RPG, what it is, what it will be, and what you can expect from it.