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It’s official, Adventureaweek.com is Pathfinder compatible!

Today Adventureaweek.com took another step toward fulfilling our ultimate goal of world domina… oh wait, that’s my other project. ¬†Today we accomplished one of our main goals! I love the Pathfinder RPG and find that the simplified rules (especially when it comes to skills: perception & acrobatics to name a couple) make 3.5 even better. […]

Great Response!

Great Response! Well, so far it’s just Todd and I that can view this blog (and perhaps a couple friends helping with beta testing) but nevertheless, I will continue to post! Yesterday I decided to loose the news of the existence of Adventureaweek.com upon the general populace via Twitter & Facebook. ¬†The response was more […]

The website is almost done!

The website is almost complete! ¬†After experimenting with hundreds of different layouts and images we are almost there! ¬†It’s been a bit crazy and plagued with¬†schizophrenia¬†perfectionism. ¬†Don’t ask me to define that, I just don’t know what I’m saying after an entire day spent staring at code. ¬†I do know that I’m VERY pleased with […]

Submit your Questions for Matt Wilson of Privateer Press

Matt Wilson, Chief Creative Officer of Privateer Press & Director of the film Wolfsbane¬†will be sitting down with NERD TREK for an exclusive interview. Privateer Press is responsible for the WARMACHINE product line as well as HORDES, IRON KINGDOMS, and No Quarter Magazine. The movie Wolfsbane is Wilson’s first foray into the film industry and […]

Dungeons and Dragons – Why I’ll never stop playing

If you’re reading this then you too probably love Role-Playing Games. ¬†I’m not talking about those computer games where you are given 3 different answers to a question but the game still goes down the same path. ¬†I’m talking about table-top role-playing games with paper, pencils, and dice. ¬†(Although some of my younger players now […]

Interview with Todd Gamble: Forgotten Realms Cartographer

The following is an interview with Cartographer, Graphic Designer, Illustrator, and Model Scenery Creator Todd Gamble who spent a number of years working for Wizards of the Coast on the Forgotten Realms Campaign Setting for Dungeons and Dragons. ¬†For me, he has been a creative influence for many years as well as a positive influence […]

Medieval & Steampunk Fashion

This season retro-medieval fantasy apparel is the in fashion for nerds around the globe. Check out these amazing creations by Ukrainian leather-working artist Bob Basset. If you thought backpacks weren’t enough, you are correct my friend. ¬†Here are some more interesting creations by Bob Basset. If you want to order any of the custom works […]

Pathfinder Minis! Paizo & Wizkids announce new partnership

WizKids and Paizo have announced a new range of pre-painted fantasy miniatures based on the Pathfinder RPG. Quoted from the official announcement: Paizo and WizKids Launch Pathfinder Pre-Painted Minis by: Jerome¬† |¬† Published: May 25th, 2011 Beginner Box Release Resurrects Pre-Painted Plastic Fantasy Miniatures May 25, 2011 (REDMOND, Wash.) ‚Äď Paizo Publishing and WizKids Games […]

What is PAX?

You can’t delve into the origins of the PAX (Penny Arcade Expo) without first excavating the history of the webcomic known as Penny Arcade.¬† Penny Arcade is a webcomic written by Jerry Holkins and Mike Krahulik based around video games and video game culture.¬† The comic originally debuted in 1998 on the website loonygames.com.¬† Jerry […]