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100 Oddities for an Enchanted Forest
par Richard P.
Editeur: Skirmisher Publishing
Date Ajoutée: 06/29/2017 10:05:53
100 Oddities for an Enchanted Forest Love the ideas, love the art. Some really thought-provoking encounters here to inspire you. This series is awesome but each product is individual so you do not need to own any of the others to get the full benefit. My players are just finishing White Plume Mountain and have a forest to return through next week, looks like they will be encountering an oddity or three...

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Adversaries of the Righteous: Cynis Borok and Regara Feria
par Werner V. V.
Editeur: Onyx Path Publishing
Date Ajoutée: 06/29/2017 09:52:22
Adversaries of the Righteous: Cynis Borok and Regara Feria Great product, and definitvely a recommendation for folks who are excited for the Dragon-Blooded book on the horizon. Just as a heads up, it would appear someone made a minor error when calculating the Magnituted of the Crew and Protectors of the two characters. As far as I'm aware, these should be 9 for the Crew and 8 for the Protectors, since the calculation is 7 + Size. Otherwise, great product, and for this cost, you'd be crazy not to get it!

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Minimal Playbooks Plus - Dungeon World
par Logan H.
Editeur: Sentinel Sheets
Date Ajoutée: 06/29/2017 08:50:07
Minimal Playbooks Plus - Dungeon World So tidy and perfect! These are so handy and streamlined. I love the inclusion of Flags!

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Dungeons & Zombies
par Megan R. [Featured Reviewer]
Editeur: Eden Studios
Date Ajoutée: 06/29/2017 08:46:29
Dungeons & Zombies Opening with fiction detailing a typical fantasy dungeon delve encounter with zombies (and its aftermath), Chapter 1: Delving Down talks about how everybody - not just players of role-playing games - indulges in fantasy from time to time, but of course gamers do so more intensely than most. Here however, 'fantasy' is defined more precisely, it's the swords and sorcery sort, the kind where you go dungeon delving... only in this book there are, of course, plenty of zombies added to the mix. These opening remarks are followed by Chapter 2: Swords, Sorcery and Shambling which explores character creation for heroic fantasy All Flesh Must Be Eaten games, as well as new rules and game mechanics necessary to make the game work in this genre. This is followed by no less than four settings taking you on a wild trip through 'classic' role-playing fantasy, literary fantasy J.R.R. Tolkien-style, the world of King Arthur, and an Asian-influenced one, as well as a complete dungeon delve ready to r...

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Achtung! Cthulhu - Shadows of Atlantis Campaign
par paul h.
Editeur: Modiphius
Date Ajoutée: 06/28/2017 23:45:03
Achtung! Cthulhu - Shadows of Atlantis Campaign I really wanted to like this product, but 118 pages in, and I've decided it's not only not playable, it's not even readable. The writers suffered for their art, and now, so must the readers. Clearly lots of research was done, but we the reader don't need to see it, unless it's pertinent to the story. Ninety-nine percent of what you must read through to get to the "plot" has little to no bearing on running the adventure. Far too much useless period detail and far too little playable material. Sure, the trappings are fine; nice art, nice layout etc. but if I'm going to read hundreds of pages of historical wankery, there should at least be a decent adventure behind it. There isn't. The adventure is way too much "go here, do this, go there, do that" with little purpose or apparent character motivation. Each section forces the party into needless scene changes, encountering NPCs that are virtually identical to each other, whose only purpose is to deliver redundant plot elements, or to dr...

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ZWEIHÄNDER Grim & Perilous RPG (FULL VERSION)
par Liam B.
Editeur: Grim & Perilous Studios
Date Ajoutée: 06/28/2017 23:37:52
ZWEIHÄNDER Grim & Perilous RPG (FULL VERSION) I loved Warhammer growing up. 20-25 years ago I spent a long time travelling up and down the Reik River trying desperately to save the Empire and failing as much as I succeeded. I was an Initiate that became a Cleric then a Witch Hunter. I pursued Chaos with vengeful abandon, in cities, in ruins, and in the countryside. I fought Rat-Things in the darkness while in the glittering palaces above, the nobility gorged themselves. All the while their peasants huddled in the darkness, terrified. The game was great, the system simple. The presence of darkness and decay, of the rot within were new to me, and interesting. The career system was exceptional, and felt realistic. No more levels and exponential hit points for me. How does a Warrior get 10x the number of Hit Points anyway? Does his flesh become tougher? His flesh like iron? It made no sense! I was not alone either. There was a whole crowd of commited gamers producing fan content for this great world. From the French titles, to...

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Toolcards: Fantasy Towns/Villages Maps
par Shawn C.
Editeur: post world games
Date Ajoutée: 06/28/2017 23:21:13
Toolcards: Fantasy Towns/Villages Maps Once again Jim Pinto's graphic design is on point with this excellent, system-independant resource for generating unique villages for any encounters. I debated between this one and some other similar products but ultimately chose this one because I'm familiar with Jim's work in the past and I knew that visually it would end up the superior option. I was not disappointed.

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DDAL05-17 Hartkiller's Horn (5e)
par Timothy J. L.
Editeur: Wizards of the Coast
Date Ajoutée: 06/28/2017 22:05:42
DDAL05-17 Hartkiller's Horn (5e) All around, I liked it, but would have liked to see an explicit option for both big battles. It seems a shame to leave one out.

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DDAL05-16 Parnast Under Siege (5e)
par Timothy J. L.
Editeur: Wizards of the Coast
Date Ajoutée: 06/28/2017 22:04:46
DDAL05-16 Parnast Under Siege (5e) The whole idea of a seige is pretty great, and seems to work well. DMs who are running this should read the suggested level and pay attention to it - characters below L4 will have a lot of trouble here.

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DDAL05-15 Reclamation (5e)
par Timothy J. L.
Editeur: Wizards of the Coast
Date Ajoutée: 06/28/2017 22:01:36
DDAL05-15 Reclamation (5e) Like DDAL04-14, this is underpowered for the tier it's written for - it's not quite as soft, but it's still not hard. It requires multiple adjustments to make it a decent challenge.

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DDAL05-14 Reeducation (5e)
par Timothy J. L.
Editeur: Wizards of the Coast
Date Ajoutée: 06/28/2017 21:59:22
DDAL05-14 Reeducation (5e) I have to concur with some of the other assesments. For a well played or well optimized group, this adventure seems like a bit of a pushover. It requires a lot of adjustment to make it a viable threat.

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Dark Camelot
par Dillard R.
Editeur: GRAmel
Date Ajoutée: 06/28/2017 18:10:59
Dark Camelot Off the charts imaginative setting. Just waiting to be updated to 2nd edition. Made for classical mid to late middle ages mythology present in such movies as First Knight or Excalibur. I am presently running a solo campaign geared more towards dark ages Britain in the 400s AD. Don't have to change much more than add Sub-Roman Britons.

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Hundred Devils Night Parade: Strix and Zicnal
par Connor M.
Editeur: Onyx Path Publishing
Date Ajoutée: 06/28/2017 15:52:12
Hundred Devils Night Parade: Strix and Zicnal Excellent writeups, Zicnal is a great addition to the Exalted mythos and a welcome type of statblock to have as well. The bit of world-building in his sidebar and in the Storytelling Traits are phenomenal. The Strix is awesome. Giant owl friends for your Survival oriented characters, what's not to like? This is a highly recommended purchase if you like Exalted and want more beasties to work with. You could easily get a great encounter or a character concept out of the Strix (Strix Totem Lunar, here I come!) and Zicnal could be a great character in a story or a chronicle involving the Wyld. His city of Marakanda is a great addition. ...

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The Domesday Book Issue VIII
par Matthew S.
Editeur: Troll Lord Games
Date Ajoutée: 06/28/2017 13:18:25
The Domesday Book Issue VIII This is a fanzine for Castles & Crusades and it is 63 pages of fan created content including character classes, house rules, adventures and artwork.

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Macchiato Monsters ZERO
par Troy H.
Editeur: Lost Pages
Date Ajoutée: 06/28/2017 11:32:21
Macchiato Monsters ZERO This tight little OSR-indie game combines the spiciest bits of The Black Hack and The White Hack, and then throws in some flavoring of its own to create a delicious stew of low-prep, quick-to-learn, quick-to-run, caffeinated fantasy gaming. The two bits I like best about MM is the risk die and the way characters are built. The risk die comes to MM by way of TBH's usage die, but the scope of the risk die is expanded quite a bit in MM. At base, risk dice are used for things in the fiction that are expendable, brittle, dangerous to use, etc. You assign a die, anything from a d12 to a d4, to an object. When the object is used/tested in play, the risk die is rolled. On a result of 1-3, the die is replaced with the next smallest die in the d12 to d4 run. The second thing I like best about Macchiato Monsters is the way characters are built. No classes or races, per se! Building a character is like buffet shopping from a list of possible stat upgrades, traits, and abilities. This lea...

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