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Narratives Unlimited D10
by Michael J.
Publisher: Narratives Unlimited
Date Added: 09/04/2015 14:00:07
Narratives Unlimited D10 The update did make the book easier to understand. And gives a very wide range of results for die rolls, as any roll on a d10 can turn out -40 or so to +40 or so. As in all universal systems, 2/3 or more of the book is useless if you are playing one genre as the rest is used in other genres.

Rating:
[4 of 5 Stars!]
About Federation & Empire
by Michael J.
Publisher: Amarillo Design Bureau
Date Added: 09/04/2015 13:48:34
About Federation & Empire It does a good job of explaining what the game is and does. Very good job on that. Sadly the game is even more complex than Star Fleet Battles. And nearly all about economics. And is of such a scale that whole fleets could just zip by each other in the same hex and never interact since they are so far away.

Rating:
[4 of 5 Stars!]
The House of Wish and Wonder
by Michael J.
Publisher: Khaghbboommm
Date Added: 09/04/2015 13:39:51
The House of Wish and Wonder I mistook it for a solitaire dungeon like T&T is famous for. That's my mistake. Their mistake is putting out a DM run scenario that requires more work and writing than if the DM starts from scratch.

Rating:
[3 of 5 Stars!]
Letters from the Flaming Crab: Winged Cavalry
by Troy D.
Publisher: Flaming Crab Games
Date Added: 09/04/2015 13:31:04
Letters from the Flaming Crab: Winged Cavalry Hello all! Flying mounts have always been a favorite of mine regardless of gaming system so when I had the chance to review Letters from the Flaming Crab, Winged Cavalry I could not pass up the opportunity. Bottom Line Up Front (BLUF) – If you like any type of flying mounts, or flying items for that matter and especially if you have a Cavalier, then this is something you probably should pick up. Construction: 13 pages with a cover, Contents and Writers, and 2 pages of OGL at the end give us nine total pages of content. Let’s take a look shall we? First off, apparently Letters from the Flaming Crab (LftFC) is a monthly feature from Flaming Crab Games. Each month they touch on a new subject all from the view point of a vagabond sky-ship thrown into the planar void due to an experiment by two people we all know well. A Mister Einstein and Sir Tesla. LftFC follows an alternate history that quite honestly fascinates me. I am looking forward to getting to know these people right f...

Rating:
[4 of 5 Stars!]
DEADLY MISSIONS: Scum And Villainy
by sergio g.
Publisher: Grey Matter Games
Date Added: 09/04/2015 13:28:36
DEADLY MISSIONS: Scum And Villainy I think that DM: Scum and Villainy is a good source of information for new players. For more experienced players that tend to create their own villains and baddies this does not offer much to them. If the characters were more original, offering new ideas or skills , it would appeal to a broader audience as it will offer a platform for new players, and some ideas to experienced players.

Rating:
[3 of 5 Stars!]
A Brother Lost (5th Edition Compatible)
by Joe G.
Publisher: A Hole In The Ground Terrain & Games
Date Added: 09/04/2015 13:06:29
A Brother Lost (5th Edition Compatible) I played this with a 13 year old. It took about an hour, and he was able to get through it without dying, even though he was playing a wizard. It helped that he rolled 5 natural 20's in that hour! I've been playing D&D for a very long time, but he was a true noobie, although he plays computer games. The interesting thing to me was that he played it very "scared" -- he didn't want his character to die. I had to force him to drink one of the healing potions (he was going to ignore it, even though he was at 2/8 hp). He tried very hard to avoid confrontation (although it is conveniently forced a bit in this module). To try to get him in to the spirit of things, I did add a goblin (4hp, AC 10, dagger) at the bridge on his way to the first encounter in the module. That seemed to give him a good feel for the basics of combat in the game (although he refused to loot the body, and left another healing potion and a few coppers behind). I find it very interesting that both of the around...

Rating:
[5 of 5 Stars!]
Mind's Eye Theatre: Werewolf The Apocalypse Beta Slice Playtest Rules
by Ralph E.
Publisher: By Night Studios
Date Added: 09/04/2015 12:56:36
Mind's Eye Theatre: Werewolf The Apocalypse Beta Slice Playtest Rules This book is very clear about its purpose and provides a lot of detail about the setting. Character creation is straightforward and most rules are easy to understand.

Rating:
[4 of 5 Stars!]
Shadow of the Demon Lord
by Eric H.
Publisher: Schwalb Entertainment
Date Added: 09/04/2015 12:35:12
Shadow of the Demon Lord This is the best game I have ever purchased. I have a long history with d20 variants - I have GMed or played everything from AD&D 1e, AD&D 2e, 3.5, 4e, 5e, Pathfinder, Labyrinth Lord, Castles and Crusades, etc. Never have I encountered a game with such simple yet elegant mechanics. This one pdf is as complete as games with a players, Gm and Monster book. And this is just the beginning. Additional settings and modules are planned to give more options. But, really, none of that is required. You could play the game with just these core rules, without the need for anything else. My vast collection of other RPGs will now be collecting dust....

Rating:
[5 of 5 Stars!]
Masters of Umdaar • A World of Adventure for Fate Core
by Jake L.
Publisher: Evil Hat Productions, LLC
Date Added: 09/04/2015 12:33:53
Masters of Umdaar • A World of Adventure for Fate Core I love Masters of Umdaar. I'm a Patreon subscriber to Evil Hat's various new Fate settings, and this is the one I love the most right "out of the box," so to speak. The random character generation is compelling, and this scratches my Masters of the Universe / Kamandi / John Carter of Mars itch. Good stuff!

Rating:
[5 of 5 Stars!]
Android: Free Fall
by Brander R.
Publisher: Fantasy Flight Games
Date Added: 09/04/2015 12:30:51
Android: Free Fall Just finished the book. I'm not at all familiar with the game so I my review is focused on the actual book. Overall I liked it. Good detective in the near future, and a solid grasp on the technology elements. Sometimes the pacing was a little clunky, but forgivable. Worth a read.

Rating:
[4 of 5 Stars!]
Can Do! - A Game of Meeseeks
by Berke C.
Publisher: Newstand Press
Date Added: 09/04/2015 12:30:51
Can Do! - A Game of Meeseeks It looked really fun for a game that made really fast, I never had a chance to play it yet but my friends who played said that it was really difficult at first then they got used to it. Keep up the good work

Rating:
[4 of 5 Stars!]
SLA Industries
by Morten P.
Publisher: Nightfall Games
Date Added: 09/04/2015 12:28:14
SLA Industries One of the darkest role playing settings I've played. But also one of the most fascinating. You can only be sure of one thing: SLA wins. It would be helpful if the pdf came with bookmarks, as the index is one of the least helpful I've encountered. And this is the problem with SLA. the book is not very good, but the setting is fantastic. There is a necessity for some house rules, but after implementing a few clarifications, it is a decent system.

Rating:
[5 of 5 Stars!]
Shadow of the Demon Lord
by Matthew W.
Publisher: Schwalb Entertainment
Date Added: 09/04/2015 12:26:01
Shadow of the Demon Lord dare i say this may be the best rpg book i have purchased in a decade! click add to cart now!

Rating:
[5 of 5 Stars!]
Tomb of Nyarlathotep
by Ubiratan A.
Publisher: Brian Seligman
Date Added: 09/04/2015 12:20:01
Tomb of Nyarlathotep The concept and atmosphere for this adventure are good, but the opponents placed within (other than the final enemy) are a bit underwhelming. This doesn't feel like it should be an adventure for first-level characters. Thankfully it shouldn't be hard to stock the dungeon with more impressive enemies and treasure while keeping the overall story the same.

Rating:
[3 of 5 Stars!]
Battle Maps: The Haunted Manor House
by Sean C.
Publisher: Stoneworker Cartography
Date Added: 09/04/2015 12:11:19
Battle Maps:  The Haunted Manor House It's pretty great. My only complaint is that I wish it came with a whole version, so I didn't have to piece it together myself. I'm using this in a Roll20 game, so I spent a good bit of time assembling these into single images. Aside from that, the artwork is excellent and the mansion is well designed.

Rating:
[4 of 5 Stars!]
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