In 2065, a secret supersoldier project resulted in the creation of the first hybrids.
Despite sucessfully splicing human DNA with that of various different species of animal, only two main types of hybrids were mass produced – the primates of the Silva variety and Cat type hybrids. To this day, these two are seen as synonymous with the entire hybrid program.
After we talked about a few aspects of copyright related to role playing games there were a number of comments defending the stated cases on behalf of the users of protected content. This offers a brilliant introduction to another aspect of the debate. Continue reading
This is something I have been thinking about for some time now:
Race is always a strange thing in fantasy games, especially those in the vein of D&D. It means a lot to players, because it can change how a character works and performs in very essential ways. At the same time, it makes little actual difference in the game world. Continue reading
I've liked playing paladins since I picked up my first AD&D book. In the 3rd edition, the celestial mount was one of the most prominent features, but I had to wait until the release of Essentials to get it back as an optional feature for the Paladin (Cavalier). It was released in Dragon #393 for those of you who are interested.
However, I still like the idea of hopping on horseback and charging at your enemies. Continue reading