Decisions, decisions…

gameknight-1I hope everyone had a good holiday, and is having a good 2009 thus far.

If I may, I’d like to make use of the collective knowledge of the interwebs here and ask you all a couple questions, based on my christmas presents.


One of my gifts I recieved was a Crackberry Bold.  I am looking for a good dice roller program for this tiny addictive handheld.  Anybody know of a good one?


I also recieved some gifts to fund my hobby.  Specifically I got

  • One free D&D book of my choice (thanks Christine).
  • $100 in gift certificates for my FLGS (part of the old layout of which is pictured above, click to go to their website).

So I have some purchasing to do, and I need to decide just what to get.  Most of it will probably be 4e books, though I’m open to other suggestions.

The 4e PHB2 is definitely in that bundle.  Aside from that, though, I’m just not sure.

Manual of the Planes looks nice, but so do Draconomicon and Open Grave.  The Eberron Campaign Setting and Player’s Buide both are on my list of books to get, but they aren’t around until June, and I should be graduated and earning money by then.

Suggestions?  Should I just blow it all on minis?  Has there been any further news of a 4e d20 Modern?

Aside from all that, it’s Christine’s (current DM, other writer, my fiancee) birthday today!  Everybody wish her a happy one!


Christine  on January 1st, 2009

You’re welcome! And uh… thank you 😀

Happy New Year everyone!

Geek's Dream Girl  on January 1st, 2009

Happy Birthday Christine!

The Chatty DM  on January 2nd, 2009

Happy Birthday to our favorite Graham’s characters killing DM!

Oy, we spoke about that yesterday, I think you ,might want to sleep on that certificate and wait it out a bit.

I’m currently reading the Manual of the Planes and its very very fluffy. If you want that go for it.

PHB2, no contest.

Dungeon Tiles!

The Paizo Flipmats, imprevious to all forms of markers! I’ve chucked all my vinyl battlemaps for those a few months ago.

World Peace

Slurpys in January!

Hmmm… sorry about that, it’s 5h30 am and I don’t have caffeine yet.

SuperSooga  on January 4th, 2009

Would have to be Manual of the Planes for me. I’ve never ventured into the planes in any game of D&D I’ve played but what I hear of the content in this book makes me really want to. Sailing around the Astral Sea just seems too good an opportunity to pass up.

Graham  on January 10th, 2009

Well, the decision has been made.

Manual of the Planes
Open Grave

And, to fill it all out, The Gamers: Dorkness Rising. 😀

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