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Rule-of-Three: 12/26/2011
Rich Baker

Y ou've got questions—we've got answers! Here's how it works—each week, our Community Manager will be scouring all available sources to find whatever questions you're asking. We'll pick three of them for R&D to answer, whether about the about the making of the game, the technical workings of our DDI studio, or anything else you care to know about... with some caveats.
There are certain business and legal questions we can't answer (for business and legal reasons). And if you have a specific rules question, we'd rather point you to Customer Service, where representatives are ready and waiting to help guide you through the rules of the game. That said, our goal is provide you with as much information we can—in this and other venues.



1 Why is there no new Rule-of-Three column today?

The folks in R&D are on their holiday break (even people who work on D&D need a break once in a while).

1 When will Rule-of-Three return?

Look for a new Rule-of-Three column here in two weeks, on Monday, January 9th.

1 What about the other columns? Are they on holiday break, too?

We've woven some holiday magic and summoned up something special for both Legends & Lore and The Dungeon Master Experience. Come back later this week to see what we've conjured. Design & Development will return in the New Year.



How can I submit a question to the Rule-of-Three?

Instead of a single venue to submit questions, our Community Manager will be selecting questions from our message boards, Twitter feed, and Facebook account. You can also submit questions directly to dndinsider@wizards.com. So, if you'd like to have your question answered in the Rule-of-Three, just continue to participate in our online community—and we may select yours!

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