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Celtic Age
by Michael M. [Verified Purchaser] Date Added: 10/18/2010 20:32:29
Avalanche Press had a great run of doing solid d20 material based on real world folklore and cultures. Celtic Age is no exception. Full of informative material and OGL stats based on everything from Irish hand-to-hand fighters to the gods of the Celts, this guide is a true home run for DMs like myself who run strict Celtic flavor pseudohistory and historical fantasy.

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The Little People
by RAISTLIN W. [Verified Purchaser] Date Added: 07/24/2010 03:09:52
This is a pretty good resource for GMs looking to add authentic Fae lore to their games. There's nothing in here that you couldn't get by doing the research, but what's the point of a supplement if not to save the GM time?

One note: for the love of Isis, if you're going to have a cover like THAT, include a copy with the download! The only cover in the .PDF is in black and white, so it's deceptive to have the original color cover in the product description.

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The Last Days of Constantinople
by Alex C. [Verified Purchaser] Date Added: 07/08/2009 18:31:14
This was my gaming group's favorite module. It's really hard to find modules that are low magic, and this one being set in the Historical (more or less) world makes it perfect for a group that prefers more realistic, low magic gaming.

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The Little People
by Ryan W. [Verified Purchaser] Date Added: 05/17/2008 02:58:18
This is actually a good resource for being so cheap. It ccovers the lore of real world fairy myths anf converts them for the OGL rules. If you already know all the real world fairy lore there is, I wouldn't bother with this book, but if you want to flesh out the fey in your game it's pretty slammin.

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Black Flags: Piracy In The Caribbean
by Wynand H. [Verified Purchaser] Date Added: 02/16/2008 16:06:12
I liked the book, not the ebst pirate game but it was more than up to the task also gave me some good ideas for d20 sea battles

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Celtic Age
by Timothy B. [Verified Purchaser] Date Added: 10/26/2007 12:12:32
What a fun little book this is. Finally a really well researched RPG book on the celtic age and how to play. I do wish it had more meat to it, but I can not complain. A must have book for anyone running a celtic-themed game.

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Celtic Age
by David M. S. [Verified Purchaser] Date Added: 04/03/2007 07:44:16
Este libro es fantástico para todos los amantes de la mitología celta. Contiene todo tipo de información: forma de vida, guerra, las mujeres celtas, etc. además de los complementos para jugar como clases, equipo, dotes y monstruos. Las únicas pegas son que no vienen las tapas y que no hay dibujos demasido chulos, pero es compensado con creces por lo anteriormente mencionado. Escrito en inglés.

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Ragnarok! Tales Of The Norse Gods
by Curt M. Date Added: 03/08/2007 00:00:00
This may well be a decent supplement covering the Nordic myths for the D20 system, but one wouldn't know given the poor layout of the PDF. Paragraphs are broken and resumed several pages later. Some text is noticeably missing. I had high hopes for this product given its low-cost, but my advice is not to waste three dollars until Avalanche Press fixes the layout. These errors occur both in Ragnarok Tales of the Norse Gods and in the companion piece The Doom of Odin


LIKED: rpg drawn from historical myth

DISLIKED: Terrible layout

QUALITY: Poor

VALUE: Ripped Off


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Doom Of Odin
by Curt M. Date Added: 03/08/2007 00:00:00
This may well be a decent supplement covering the Nordic myths for the D20 system, but one wouldn't know given the poor layout of the PDF. Paragraphs are broken and resumed several pages later. Some text is noticeably missing. I had high hopes for this product given its low-cost, but my advice is not to waste three dollars until Avalanche Press fixes the layout. These errors occur both in Ragnarok Tales of the Norse Gods and in the companion piece The Doom of Odin


LIKED: Mythic/Historical RPG

DISLIKED: Terrible layout

QUALITY: Poor

VALUE: Ripped Off


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Black Flags: Piracy In The Caribbean
by Aaron N. [Verified Purchaser] Date Added: 01/14/2007 06:57:13
Let's get the bad out of the way first. The cover, I like the cover a lot, but it has very little to do with the content.

Interior art. Overall...its really bad. Which is a great pity.

Lastly its pretty short at 66 pages. Over pirate rpg's push over the 200 page count. So there is a great deal they could have done and didn't. Like adding the hollywood pirate mythos which while shown on the cover isn't in the interior.

Now the good.

The content while short is good. It covers by and large real historical piracy, The places, the reasons, some politics and economics. While its more a primer its still very well written and gives a good overview if you knew little about pirates. Which is a shame as to the page count. The guy can write in a fun and informative manner. It would have been nice to have had more as it was a pleasure to read.

The book is well thought out and does give you enough new D20 material to recreate pirates in your games.

The price. At 16.95 that would be a hard sell, But at 3.00 its excellent value.

A larger page count with more content and better interior art would have made this a great sourcebook. But its solid content, ease of read and price does still make it a worthwhile purchase. and one you shouldn't regret.

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Ragnarok! Tales Of The Norse Gods
by Yair R. [Verified Purchaser] Date Added: 09/05/2005 03:53:54
THE FILE IS CORRUPTED, or otherwise flawed. It's very disorganized, with pages not following one another and sections confused and jumbled with each other.

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