Inside D&D 4th Edition
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The real scoop on the upcoming changes in Dungeons and Dragons 4th Edition.
Date: June 2, 2008
Writing: Jeremy Petter
Edited by: Graham Stark
Artwork: Derek Hand
Dungeons and Dragons 4th Edition has received criticism for "dumbing down" some key aspects of gameplay, but Scott Rouse and Mike Mearls confirm that this was not their intention; Wizards of the Coast intend to dumb down all aspects of gameplay.
- Derek Hand (known in the forum as Tensen01) previously contributed artwork to Dinosaur.
- The original artwork for the three monsters was auctioned off during Desert Bus For Hope 3
- D&D monsters referenced include the Gelatinous Cube, Carrion Crawler, Mind Flayer, Invisible Stalker, and a Deva, a form of Celestial.
- In the brief kitchen scene, where the gelatin is placed on a counter, a sign can be seen on the wall that reads "This is a bagel free kitchen" with the logo from Bagel Time, as a reference to Paul's statistical analysis from that video.
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