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A source of inspiration for Dungeon Masters of any level

This core rulebook for the Dungeons & Dragons® Roleplaying Game features advice and rules for Dungeon Masters of all levels of experience, with a particular focus on running adventures and campaigns in the paragon tier (levels 11—20). It includes advanced encounter-building tools (including traps and skill challen
Hardcover, 224 pages
Published September 15th 2009 by Wizards of the Coast
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Michael Burnam-fink
The Great Edition Wars have begun, and because of that, I've been going back and looking at some 4e classics. The first DMG was a really solid book, covering playing psychology and the elements of adventure design. In fact, I thought that it was praiseworthy because it was the first DMG that I'd seen where somebody who had never played an RPG before could pick it up, read it, follow the steps, and run a semi-competent adventure.

DMG2 continues the trend, but focuses on designing more complex Para
Randy Lander
Despite a host of good GM-ing advice from luminaries like James Wyatt and Robin Laws, and the usual high production values and solid editorial content from Wizards, I believe that the Dungeon Master's Guide continues to be the weak link in the D&D 4E line.

It's not that this is a bad book. I'm certain I'll get some use out of the traps, and the notions for a collaborative, semi-improvisational campaign are quite interesting, and more the province of work in the indie RPG community, which thri
C.D. Gallant-King
One of my favourite D&D books by WotC. Full of useful tips, great advice and helpful ideas, instead of bloated rules crunch like most 4E books.
Very good, helpful, interesting ideas.
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