Dungeons & Dragons Online Articles
The next expansion for Dungeons & Dragons Online, Isle of Dread, has been delayed. The team does have a new behind the scenes look at the design process of the feline Tabaxi race, which comes with the expansion.
The Temple of Elemental Evil is one of the most widely known modules ever created for D&D. Written by Gary Gygax and Frank Mentzer it was originally designed as an adventure for Advanced Dungeons & Dragons and took place in the World of Greyhawk. Released in 1985 ToEE set the standard for massive modules.
During last week's Wayback Wednesday, our own Grakulen spent some quality time with Dungeons & Dragons Online's Senior Producer Erik Boyer and a few additional members of the DDO team. See what they chatted about and discovered in game in this week's Wayback Wednesday with DDO Devs.
2012 will bring some big, sweeping changes to Turbine's Dungeons & Dragons Online. One of the most exciting is the journey into the Underdark, a Forgotten Realms setting that should give players a lot to look forward to and that's just the beginning. Check out what else Turbine has up their collective sleeve for DDO in our exclusive report.
At the recent PAX Prime convention, MMORPG.com writer Carolyn Koh had the opportunity to talk with Adam Mersky, Director of Communication at Turbine about Update 7 scheduled to arrive in October. Update 7 will bring Half-Elves and Half-Orcs online as playable races as well as the Devil Assault 12-man raid. Update 7 will be released on the public test server very soon. Check out Carolyn's update and then let us know what you're thinking on our forums.
With the launch of Dungeons and Dragons Unlimited, the F2P version of Turbine's D&D Online, looming on the horizon, Garrett Fuller had a chance to ask a few questions of the game's Executive Producer Fernando Paiz.
MMORPG.com news Manager Keith Cross submits this interview with DDO's Kate Paiz where the senior producer talks about the changes to character advancement in their upcoming module.
News Manager Keith Cross recently had the opportunity to speak to Kate Paiz, Senior Producer for Dungeons&Dragons Online. It was our regular monthly chat with the folks at Tubrine and coming into the interview I was concerned that there wouldn't really be anything to talk about, with the GDC and Codemaster's connect events being so recent in our memories. But in the fast paced world of game development there's always something new to talk about, such as Module 7 and the Monk, the recent Shavarath invasion, and a few hints at Module 8.
Today sees the launch of Dungeons and Dragons Online: Stormreach's Module 4: Reaver's Bane. Yesterday, Managing Editor Jon Wood had the chance to sit down for a talk with James Jones, the Executive Producer of DDO and Kate Paiz, the game’s Producer.