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Infinite Power RPG Quick Start Rules
by Michael S. [Verified Purchaser] Date Added: 07/22/2011 13:07:26
While not my favorite supers game, this is a good introduction to the Infinite Power rule system. System is ideal for those who like to tinker with their character's powers.

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Infinite Power RPG
by Sc N. [Verified Purchaser] Date Added: 07/14/2011 10:21:47
Interesting little supers game, using d8's only to determine everything. Some concepts need to be explained a bit better but after a few reads you should understand the concepts. You could do maybe Marvel power levels in this, I don't think it could handle Authority or DC scales though.

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Monsters Attack!
by Darren B. [Verified Purchaser] Date Added: 01/21/2011 05:16:05
Ok, I'm not one to write baqd reviews, but I think that this little game kinda deserves it.

I have to say right here that I purchased for only $2, and I believe that even that was way over priced. In a nutshell, you get 5 monster cards which you print out multiple copies of, 5 city cards which you print out one copy of, an a 2 page set of rules, with one page being an illustration.

Granted the illustrations are great, but that's as far as that goes. Good art doesn't make a good game.

The game play is simple, tedious, and ultimately boring. "Building" your monster consists of nothing more than just laying one card on top of the other on your monster, but the cards do nothing but add or subtract a point of strenght. There are no speical powers to give your monster, no way to pit one monster against another, and your city just sits there and gets whooped with no way of retaliating.

I have to say that I'm very disappointed with this game, and would recommend that prospective buyers save their money and spend it on any number of other, far superior products out there.

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[1 of 5 Stars!]
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Curse of the Night Blood Orcs
by NB N. [Featured Reviewer] Date Added: 07/12/2010 21:22:17
This is my second review of Bonsai products. I have to say they don't disappoint. This product is well written, straightforward, and provides a great set of hooks for your 7th level adventurers. This particular supplement uses mostly creatures from the Monster Manuals, so it will be easy to modify them for any level party (within reason) using the Monster Builder. There are a few new monsters included, which could be replaced with any level appropriate monster if necessary.

The best part of these supplements is the attention to detail. Every town has fleshed out NPCs and plenty of back-up information for when your adventurers start rolling skill checks. If you are a new DM, want to run a one-shot, or just need an interesting quest for your PCs, check out this or other Bonsai Entertainment products. I can't wait to see the next set of adventures.

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Circus of the Stars
by NB N. [Featured Reviewer] Date Added: 07/12/2010 13:29:14
This is a great supplement for a great price. It offers an adventure for a 9th level party perfect to give your players a mysterious side quest to investigate. As per most 4th Ed. products, it gives you several adventure hooks to lure your PCs to the town. The town is described as well as it's important inhabitants. Perhaps most refreshing is the detailed account of all the information your PCs can gather with various skills checks at local establishments. Depending on how well they roll, they will be given more or less information regarding what really is going on in the town. Of course, they will eventually have to break out their weapons and thwart some evildoers.

The encounters are all level appropriate, include stat blocks for all the creatures (even several new creatures and variants), and provide a good bit of diversity. This should make for a solid side quest that takes a few sessions. If you aren't at level 9, there is still a lot of information you could use to build the scenario for any level of play. Or use bits and pieces to make a one session vignette for an evening of merriment and mayhem at the circus.

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