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WotC WotC Dungeons and Dragons -- The site for all your official Dungeons and Dragon's information. Main page has an RSS feed for this site. WotC Play Network -- WotC Play Network. List of upcoming events and an event/game locator. This page also has a store and vendor locator for most WotC products.
4e Third Party Software i4e application for the ipod -- Download your 4th edition character sheet for the ipod here. 4e Turn Tracker -- GREAT! 4e turn tracker software. Allows the DM to display a player only page, set up tracking for NPCs, monsters and PCs and their HP, effects, and turn related events. The tracker actually allows you to move through the encounter turn by turn, and will pick up and drop off effects dependent on the status you have determined EoNT, SotNT, etc. It is worth a read by anyone interested, since players and DMs can track for the party or the entire encounter!
D&D Adventures -- Great site with miscellaneous updates, posts, downloads and D&D related content. D&D Adventures Dungeon Master Resources -- D&D related downloads for DMs and players. I haven't tested every link and download so I can't verify that they are all safe.
Dungeon Mastering -- A great site for dungeon masters. Has blogs, campaigns and discussion. It is a great site to connect with many other avid D&D adventurers.
Campaigns Scales of War -- Scales of War wiki. Popular. Includes adventures and characters. Living Forgotten Realms -- Living Forgotten Realms site. I assume this self-evident! LFR Archives Link -- LFR Archives page. NHLFR Warhorn Page -- Warhorn site for LFR events, organization and news. You can sign up for LFR evens here! You will be taken directly to the NHLFR maintained page. Warhorn -- Main Warhorn site for LFR events, organization and news. You can sign up for LFR evens here! The events calender will tell you well ahead of time where many group LFR meetings are throughout the US.
Miniatures Painted Fantasy Miniatures -- Miniature site with good selection. They have a huge focus on Warhammer 40K and some of what they produce can be quite expensive. They have D&D page with a small selection of miniatures. It appears that the selection and gallery is still under construction. Even if you want to buy your own basic miniatures and paint them yourself, this site will provide you with many ideas and color schemes! The Compleat Strategist -- A great selection of tabletop games, including miniatures. They are located at: 957 Commonwealth Ave #6, Boston, MA. 02215.
Blogs 4th Edition Blog -- Get the latest Dungeons and Dragons 4th edition information here. Dice of Doom -- Dice of Doom blog. Mostly focused on D&D and D20 roleplaying, rules and player commentary. Some of the commentary can be quite informative for the new DM or PC, since will often discuss and give advice as to how to handle specific situations or events. 20 Sided Woman -- 20 Sided Woman Blog. Definitely a female perspective with female commentary. Strays a bit off the ol' D&D path with other geeky discussion. Interesting though. She is a self-proclaimed nerd who loves all things geeky including LARPing, RP, video games like Mass Effect and many other related games, endeavors and commentary. She also enjoys Terra Nova and vampire RPG.
Terrain, 2D and 3D Game and Graphics Software 3D Terrain Software -- Free 3D terrain/object creation software. Appears to have a premiere version you can buy. Updated regularly as of 8-24-11. 3D RTS Terrain Editor and Game Engine -- Links to information page, part of their forums. Downloads are on the linked page.
Miscellaneous Johnny Lee's Project Site -- Johnny Lee's site, of interest to us, includes a description of using the Nintendo Wii technology to create a cheap functional white board. Some players have used this to create a tabletop that senses the position of the player's chits, and updates a tabletop which is projected onto the table. Field of vision, fog of war, etc is calculated and updated automatically. A DM can use a PC to make other changes and move enemies and other objects throughout the tabletop, shown to scale and projected on the table.