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The Starship From Hell
by Eric F.
Publisher: Neoplastic Press
Date Added: 12/26/2014 22:54:27
The Starship From Hell I'm extremely surprised that no one's yet put up a review of this product on Drivethrurpg, The Star Ship From Hell is everything that I needed over three years ago as a science fiction or science fantasy DM. Simply put this is a random tool box of tables that the author/designer has cleverly arranged and created to allow a DM to create a system agnonistic star ship with a clear cut and concise back ground, setting, cargo, back drop and even NPC right along with it. This is done through a series of random tables that lists everything needed to gauge, install, and twist into a system antagonistic space ship and adventure generator all in one package because its done with wit as well as style. Rafeael Chandler is a clever bastard and he's balanced his material against the criteria of the science fictional elements for his creation....

Rating:
[4 of 5 Stars!]
Breachworld RPG
by Justin P.
Publisher: Jason Richards Publishing
Date Added: 12/26/2014 21:55:47
Breachworld RPG While idea of a post-apocalyptic kitchen sink isn't a new one, rarely has it been executed successfully. In my opinion, Breachworld is an example of "do anything" PA done right. I've been following Breachworld since its genesis on Jason Richards' blog. Having been a long time writer for Palladium Books' Rifts and Chaos Earth settings, Jason comes to the table with a wealth of experience writing in the PA RPG genre, so when I saw that he was planning a Kickstarter campaign to make his idea a reality, I knew that I would be contributing. I can honestly say that, having read the book in depth a couple of time so far, I am very pleased with the product and my decision to back. Breachworld is set on Earth at an undisclosed point far in the future. Nearly a century from now, humanity has created technology know as "Gates" that allow people and objects to enter at one point and exit at another which could be down the block or across the globe. The technology fosters a Golden Age where nat...

Rating:
[5 of 5 Stars!]
Gleams of the Livid Plaque (Psychedelic Fantasies #7)
by Eric F.
Publisher: Geoffrey McKinney
Date Added: 12/26/2014 18:51:49
Gleams of the Livid Plaque (Psychedelic Fantasies #7) Weird and strange are two of the words I'd describe this twelve page old school adventure with its own ecological and biological niche within the confines of its alien environment. Everything within it and around it is highly detailed for adventurers to stumble upon the adventure location and some of the adventure's setting elements can be created randomly but the idea here is someplace between a Seventies sci fi paper back cover and a very well done Errol Otis environment dripping some very unusual elements that a DM can exploit for their own benefit. This is going to create a very memorable game. Is the environment and ecology Gaxian? No its Paul Keighian because the author and design has created a highly unique adventure location that is going to exist with or without them. This is an adventure that can be dropped right into an existing campaign but its inclusion is right along the lines of a late night science fantasy book. The module is deadly and make no bones about that playe...

Rating:
[4 of 5 Stars!]
Hc Svnt Dracones
by Amanda N.
Publisher: Weapons Grade Funk
Date Added: 12/26/2014 18:33:32
Hc Svnt Dracones I managed to get a hold of this amazing setting due to some awesome nudging from some friends when the kickstarter was up. I have since purchased it again digitally because I want to support this product as much as possible! The setting itself has some seriously amazing lore, I spent the first several hours reading through that and falling in love with the world. The mysteries of the final days of earth completely excite me, as well as the terrifying monsters that may well be lurking. I really hope the setting gets a few adventures done for it so I can learn more about the setting as it is I'm already DMing a game of this and hoping to play in a game soon so I can run my own character :) If your looking for an interesting sci fi setting with an amazing background this is definitely it....

Rating:
[5 of 5 Stars!]
Orpheus
by Alexander P.
Publisher: White Wolf
Date Added: 12/26/2014 18:08:59
Orpheus Orpheus is a brilliant book, and a fantastic alternative for people who want a ghost game but felt like Wraith was a little too dreary. I'm a huge fan of this entire line. Which is why this review hurts me. I bought a PoD hardcover copy of this product, and couldn't be more disappointed. Many of the pages in this book have black logos behind the text; these are messily printed, to the point where the whole pages are rendered unreadable. Combined with the overall cheap feeling of the pages, I've wound up with an unusable copy of a book I love. Stay away!...

Rating:
[1 of 5 Stars!]
The One Ring - Rivendell
by michael v.
Publisher: Cubicle 7 Entertainment Ltd.
Date Added: 12/26/2014 13:30:26
The One Ring - Rivendell Another excellent supplement. Great artwork and very well thought out enhancements for magical items and expanded treasure boards. As always the only complaint is that some of the source material seems a bit sparse. Rivendell is flushed out well but the other areas: the Trollshaws, cold cells and Ettenmoors, could have used a lot more material IMO. The Heart of the Wild set the bar pretty high and this one falls slightly short. I hope the upcoming Ruins of the North makes up for it. Still well worth it, all that being said....

Rating:
[4 of 5 Stars!]
Villains and Vigilantes
by Michael S.
Publisher: Monkey House Games
Date Added: 12/26/2014 12:58:38
Villains and Vigilantes Fantastic game, been playing for many many many years, since the early 80's. Not a ton in this update.But a fantastic game, overall. Super easy to use and play, and can easily be as much fun to GM as to be a PC.

Rating:
[5 of 5 Stars!]
Hc Svnt Dracones
by Matthew S.
Publisher: Weapons Grade Funk
Date Added: 12/26/2014 12:58:12
Hc Svnt Dracones This product was one that caught my eye a few months back. The game is a bit more open ended in its character advancement than I am familiar with, but overall it looks and plays well. I am a bit disappointed in the limited equipment and implants that are currently available, as we as the fact that there is an entire type of character that sound playable in the setting that doesn't even get an illustration, the Cogs. And the transcendent implants are just too deadly to their users to be of much good. But the world building is awesome and the system is smooth. You can create a character in about 10 minutes and be playing. I recommend this game to fans of space oprea, hard science fiction and cyberpunk, and of course furries....

Rating:
[4 of 5 Stars!]
Maid: The Role-Playing Game
by James G.
Publisher: Star Line Publishing
Date Added: 12/26/2014 12:17:53
Maid: The Role-Playing Game This games is brilliant in it's simplicity. It's tongue in cheek nature and the way the GM has very little story to write is great. It is character and story lead and highly amusing, with brilliant things such as loosing your underwear acting as a negative modifier.

Rating:
[5 of 5 Stars!]
0one's Black & White: Medusa Hideout
by Charles M T.
Publisher: 0one Games
Date Added: 12/26/2014 12:02:00
0one's Black & White: Medusa Hideout I got this a couple of years ago and was quite pleased. Apart from the odd English grammar (the author is not a native speaker, so I can forgive that), it is a good starting point for a low-level adventuring party or a drop-in location in a sandbox campaign. Since it does not clarify just what the nature of the Medusa truly is, I decided I would use it in a sci-fi campaign rather than fantasy. My Medusa was a woman with access to technology that emulated the mythical creature's powers. This is worth grabbing whatever genre you decide to use it in. It certainly convinced me to try the rest of the materials released by 0One....

Rating:
[4 of 5 Stars!]
World of Darkness: God-Machine Rules Update
by Andrew L.
Publisher: Onyx Path Publishing
Date Added: 12/25/2014 23:15:44
World of Darkness: God-Machine Rules Update I realise I'm a little late to the party in regards to GMC, that it's been out for quite a while now but that's becasue it's taken me a few attempts to wrap my head around why anyone would see this as a good or worthwhile update, or why White Wolf/Onyx Path/CCP would see this as the best way forward for nWoD which was fairly straight forward. I've been playing WoD since classic, I'm aware that I'm in a minority who actually enjoy nWod (Pre GMC)It was a simple system, a lot cleaner than classic WoD in many ways without being bogged down by a metaplot that can cause issues at the table (I've seen them) between players and ST's. GMC adds a metaplot, it overly complicates some aspects of nWoD, and makes other things a bit to wishy washy to the point of being far more abusable, this however isn't what truely annoys me about GMC, metaplots can be ignored with a firmer stance at games, wishy washy rules can be house ruled with a bit more structure and unlikable rules can be adjusted. What ...

Rating:
[1 of 5 Stars!]
Traveller Spinward Marches - Excellent Maps for Explorers and Merchants
by Alvin P.
Publisher: 13Mann Verlag
Date Added: 12/25/2014 22:15:33
Traveller Spinward Marches - Excellent Maps for Explorers and Merchants While the scoutmap is OK, it is little different from other sector maps over the years. However, the trade map is actually quite useful, and provides some good additional information for the premiere Traveller setting. I hope the publisher will consider generating a map for the entire Imperium, or even all of Charter Space - I would buy it!

Rating:
[4 of 5 Stars!]
The Harvester from Outer Space (Psychedelic Fantasies #5)
by Jim C.
Publisher: Geoffrey McKinney
Date Added: 12/25/2014 17:16:24
The Harvester from Outer Space (Psychedelic Fantasies #5) Not a bad dungeon crawl (in orbit, though the map doesn't even try to look like a spaceship) through a prison/research vessel that has been mostly taken over, largely trashed and rendered considerably more dangerous by the former inmates. I may have had a misspent youth and dubious choices in reading matter, but this seemed more restrained, serious and playable than the inferences dropped by the cover and product description might have suggested.

Rating:
[4 of 5 Stars!]
The Wreck of the Tereshkova
by Jim C.
Publisher: Spica Publishing
Date Added: 12/25/2014 16:24:12
The Wreck of the Tereshkova As our heroes investigate the crashed vessel, a mystifying sight reveals its bizarre and horrible fate. Well-developed detail should provide a rich short-run experience. The location may take some thought to fit in to particular settings.

Rating:
[4 of 5 Stars!]
Vampire: the Requiem 2nd Edition
by Michael H.
Publisher: Onyx Path Publishing
Date Added: 12/25/2014 15:25:56
Vampire: the Requiem 2nd Edition OPP has really outdone themselves here. This is a fantastic product for any World of Darkness fan, and a welcome addition to my collection. I can't wait to introduce my players to it.

Rating:
[5 of 5 Stars!]
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