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GM Aids Set 1: Decision Deck
by David H. [Verified Purchaser] Date Added: 05/04/2014 04:44:37
Being a new GM I've fought to find a way to resolve critical hits and failures in an imaginative way. I've been in many a game where every critical hit is either a headshot or given no narrative beyond "you killed it". Running games for the first time I want to make the narrative punchy and interesting for my players while I pay extra attention to the rules. This card deck allows exactly that. Each card has a different result which makes action more interesting and believable, whilst being fast, random and fair.
Add in to this the extra dimension of poker or dicing off (my Vietnam games need poker!!!) then it's a multiple bargain!

I've even been offered the chance of having bespoke designs by the author, something that for me will be an essential as it prepare to design a long campaign in the jungles of the 'Nam.

Great work Mr Brotherton!

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[5 of 5 Stars!]
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RGP011 - Sci-Fi Scenics - Set 1 - Hover Taxi and Hover Car
by Dave R. [Verified Purchaser] Date Added: 01/28/2014 16:58:18
Simple but nice model. My first one took about an hour and a half from print to completion, I think if I did 2 at once I could do that in about 2 hours (work on one while the other dries).

It's a bit fiddly but then models of this size usually are, it is otherwise quite straightforward. You have to build the ends then wrap the middle over them.
My only real criticism is that the last flap you glue is at the top where it is easily visible; this is where any inaccuracies earlier in the build usually show up so that's not really a good place. If you build carefully and accurately it's not too bad though.

In 28mm scale they are about the size of a medium family car and they come in a nice range of colours.

So if you want a few hover cars lying around in your next game of Infinity that aren't too hard to build and you don't want to spend too much (one dollar!) these are for you. I will be getting my dollars worth anyway!

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[4 of 5 Stars!]
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RGP004 - Paper Minis - Set 1: Animals
by Mike H. [Verified Purchaser] Date Added: 09/09/2012 09:48:35
The art and graphics are in the PDF such that using these images digitally, for example with TTop or another online tool to run RPGs, is effectively impossible.

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Sorry Mike, These are print and play cardstock miniatures intended for use with Tabletop RPGs. I hope to be able to release a set of matching VTT counters in the near future Thanks Tony Brotherton Roleplay Geek Publishing
RGP011 - Sci-Fi Scenics - Set 1 - Hover Taxi and Hover Car
by David W. [Verified Purchaser] Date Added: 03/23/2012 12:56:30
When I first printed out this model, and I looked it over, I saw some very disturbing items:

1) There was NO directions (other than one picture of a completed model on the front page).
2) There were series of difficult folds that had the tabs in the wrong places.
3) The "hover" mechanisms that mount underneath had no dicernable marks or explainations. I assumed that the "bands" were fold-over rings that had the hover disks mount on them.

I am an experienced modeller, so I was able to figure out the strange folds on the front pretty easily. I also noticed that the front and rear parts HAD to be assebled before you could connect the barrel, so by simply moving the tabs around, this was able to be fixed pretty quickly.

All in all, they promise a great looking model for a dollar!! They deliver! Not ONLY that, but the model comes in a half-dozen or so colors, and the end product does look very nice. I would have given this a higher rating (especially due to the very low price), but with the above mentioned problems, I feel that this is a fair rating.

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[4 of 5 Stars!]
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David, Thanks for the review and glad you liked the finished product. I'm sorry to hear that you experienced some issues with the build and I regret the lack of instructions and guidance. I've recently moved over to a different production method and so I hope to rectify these issues as an update in the very near future and to expand the product line. Thanks Tony Brotherton Roleplay Geek Publishing
RGPFREE002 - Paper Minis - Brain VIne and Fungaloid Lurkers
by Francine R. [Verified Purchaser] Date Added: 01/12/2012 14:04:15
A two types of monsters set. One main bad guy and its minions: 3 sizes of brain vines available and 20 fungaloids lurkers. The drawings are nicely done and have good colors.

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[3 of 5 Stars!]
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