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Peril in Freeport (Pathfinder)
par JK R.
Editeur: Adamant Entertainment
Date Ajoutée: 08/02/2015 02:29:53
Peril in Freeport (Pathfinder) An excellent set of five linked adventures set in the city of Freeport and all on obviously nautical themes. The adventures will work just as well in any seaport - specific details relevant to Freeport are included, but are easy to modify to suit any other setting. The scenarios are set up to allow PCs a good deal of freedom in how to resolve them, and, while they are linked, they don't have to be run consecutively. (OTOH, they are all scaled for 6th to 8th level characters, so you won't want to leave too long between them). The nautical theme works well, with shipwrecks, slave traders, giant squid, and even a tavern brawl to keep the players entertained and active. It can be run straight through as an action piece, but there's also plenty of opportunity for roleplaying for those who want it. All in all, a very good set of adventures....

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Medium Armored Heroes Tokens
par Yuric H.
Editeur: Graemation
Date Ajoutée: 08/02/2015 01:34:41
Medium Armored Heroes Tokens Is much better with printsheets. I to was finding not good to make my own, but did make sheet just a 2 guy to represent army, so nice to have images as well.

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Vampire: The Requiem 2nd Edition
par Caleb H.
Editeur: Onyx Path Publishing
Date Ajoutée: 08/01/2015 22:47:52
Vampire: The Requiem 2nd Edition In 2004, game tables were introduced to the magnificent series of the new world of darkness. The core book “world of darkness” was a brilliant masterpiece of tabletop engineering. Shortly thereafter White Wolf released their flagship template book Vampire: Requiem. Like the core World of Darkness book, Vampire Requiem proved to be a true masterpiece. The writers and creators of these 2004 edition books successfully integrated easy to use narrative style mechanics with accessible, fast rules for new players and veterans alike. The company, White Wolf was ahead of the game in the narrative style RPG’s that are so popular in today’s market. Unfortunately, vampire the Requiem second edition falls flat on its face in comparison to its predecessor. There is a lot I can say about this new edition and my hopes are that I do not ramble too much in explaining why I’m giving such a low review. The 2004 editions of WoD and the subsequent template books are by far my favorite RPG’s. I’ve been g...

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Microscope
par Dave B.
Editeur: Lame Mage Productions
Date Ajoutée: 08/01/2015 17:22:06
Microscope Wow! I'm an old school RPGer and this means my group has been a little uncomfortable with the last decade's wave of narrative story telling. We grew up on Rolemaster and its peers, with a 100 tables for swinging a sword and the like. I had heard about microscope from some podcasts and suggested that my group try it as a precursor to the new campaign we are starting. They were skeptical. really skeptical. But i kept at them and within about 30 minutes the skepticism was gone and before I knew it "Gnomish Superpower" had entered the palette and subsequently appeared in the timeline. We also banned "Dwarves with Scottish accents" and lifted a curse that has plagued our group for 25 years :-)...

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The A.D.E.L. File
par Clint S.
Editeur: HAZARD Studio
Date Ajoutée: 08/01/2015 16:23:03
The A.D.E.L. File This is a terrific product with high production standards - good writing, editing and art, and some really great ideas! Well worth the cost! I will be using a lot of the advantages, disadvantages, enhancements and limitations in my games. And I especially like the rules for Relics! Top Notch, Hazard Studios!

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Southlands Heroes for 5th Edition
par Jeremy E.
Editeur: Kobold Press
Date Ajoutée: 08/01/2015 14:39:26
Southlands Heroes for 5th Edition I realize after some other reviews here and on other sites that I'm in the minority with my opinion but I liked what was done. Now part of the value is based on the current price but to get four new races (plus the modified aasimar and minotaur), new backgrounds, and I think some interesting racial substitutions for less than 5 bucks is worth it. Now 14.99 is a completely different story...and would not be able to recommend it for that price simply due to the lack of enough content.

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Southlands Heroes for 5th Edition
par calvin h.
Editeur: Kobold Press
Date Ajoutée: 08/01/2015 13:11:41
Southlands Heroes for 5th Edition Its nice to see some 5e player options, but this PDF just isn't a good example of what they should look like. The art is really nice and the truly new elements are cool but there are even more problems overall. A lot of the formatting follows pathfinder conventions rather than 5e conventions, the subraces are more in line with pathfinder ability replacement than 5e sub-race packages, and the Aasimar (and to some degree Minotaur) is taken word for word from the WotC books but with added variant abilities at the end, again ignoring the sub-race standard set out by 5e. Not all of the sub-classes they present are particularly new either, the Rogue-Ambush Predator is more like a compination of other already published archtypes not something new. At the end of the day this entire document really reads like it was made by someone with only a working familiarity with 5e who just wanted to make another Pathfinder book....

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A BROTHER LOST (5th Edition Compatible)
par Jay L.
Editeur: A Hole In The Ground Terrain & Games
Date Ajoutée: 08/01/2015 13:00:25
A BROTHER LOST (5th Edition Compatible) An adventure that accomplishes what it set out to do. A fun, quick and easy introductory adventure for a one-on-one session. Never enough of those.

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BLUEHOLME Prentice Rules
par Michael E.
Editeur: Dreamscape Design
Date Ajoutée: 08/01/2015 08:31:45
BLUEHOLME Prentice Rules I couldn't afford the original Holmes Basic D&D set so I was advised to get this one instead and I have to say it's brilliant! The fact that it was free only adds to the fantastic worth of this volume.

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Introduction to Clement Sector
par Philip W.
Editeur: Gypsy Knights Games
Date Ajoutée: 08/01/2015 03:19:11
Introduction to Clement Sector A very good introduction to the Clementsector. Good background information is given. The Clement Sector offers a refreshing change from the standard Traveller settings. Gives the impression of being closer to 2300AD than 'regular Traveller. ' I would recommend this to anyone thinking about gaming in this setting.

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Basic Tavern
par Zsolt S.
Editeur: DramaScape
Date Ajoutée: 08/01/2015 02:33:28
Basic Tavern Üdv! Most ismerkedem ezzel a műfajjal. Gyönyörű grafika. Nagy felbontású kép. Jól használható sokféle történethez. Hibát nem találtam benne. Zsolt Szélesi, Hungary. Welcome! I'm new to this genre. Nicely edited characters. Easy to use. Zsolt Szélesi, Hungary.

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Art's 4E Attack Types Font
par Zsolt S.
Editeur: Skullduggery Press
Date Ajoutée: 08/01/2015 02:29:25
Art's 4E Attack Types Font Üdv! Most ismerkedem ezzel a műfajjal. Szépen szerkesztett karakterek. Jól használható. Zsolt Szélesi , Magyarországról. Welcome! I'm new to this genre. Nicely edited characters. Easy to use. Zsolt Szélesi, Hungary.

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Southlands Campaign Setting
par Carl C.
Editeur: Kobold Press
Date Ajoutée: 08/01/2015 01:51:12
Southlands Campaign Setting Southlands is massive. It's "face" is made out of two well-known tropes, both in a unique "Midgard" version - Arabian Nights and Pharaonic Egypt. These are the places an explorer from the north are likely to encounter first, and they are reasonably familiar to most gamers - except that these takes are special, not just the standard rehashed. Further south are even more exotic places, likely less well known to most gamers - jungle and desert lands. Each country is detailed as a homeland, there are rules for Traits and sometimes whole races typical to the origin. The feel of these places is more sword-and-sorcery than medieval romance. Few places are good or bad, it is very much a patchwork of greys. On one hand, this is the GM's secret world book detailing new and exotic places. On the other hand, it is the player's handbook for a new continent, with loads and loads of new character opportunities. And perhaps this is the problem with the book; it doesn't quite know who it is for. ...

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B5 Horror on the Hill (Basic)
par chuck m.
Editeur: Wizards of the Coast
Date Ajoutée: 08/01/2015 00:27:53
B5 Horror on the Hill (Basic) I love this adventure, own in in print but was missing the cover. It was worth the price and my players love it. They never see the twist in the adventure.

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Southlands Heroes for 5th Edition
par David G.
Editeur: Kobold Press
Date Ajoutée: 07/31/2015 18:50:41
Southlands Heroes for 5th Edition The product has some good content, but the design feels a lot more like Pathfinder than 5e, especially with the races. Only one of the new class options is really a new subclass (the sorcerer) and there is some awkward working in several of the racial features. I wanted to like this but sadly cannot recommend this product.

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