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Never Mind the Dice Rolls issue 031

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Welcome to issue 31 of Never Mind the Dice Rolls zine, your friendly monthly TTRPG magazine. Each issue contains reviews, scenarios, advice, and other things TTRPG!

 

Highlights of what is in these 32 pages of Never Mind the Dice Rolls Issue 31:

Daggerheart – Has the OGL fiasco created the biggest rival for D&D? Well, Daggerheart certainly has all the hallmarks of being able to take the crown from the throne. Read our article on the latest game from Darrington Press and Critical Role to find out more.

Review: The Electric State – Jim and his group played the first adventure for this new game from Free League and takes an indepth look for us. 

24 Hour Party People – Our eternal GM Oscar takes us on a journey to why more games should have parties and what things it takes to make that party go with a bang.  

And more! 

This issue was published on the 28th of March 2024

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