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Forgotten Tomb (5e)
by Ricardo S.
Publisher: R&D Adventures
Date Added: 09/16/2016 13:23:26
Forgotten Tomb (5e) It's nice encounter for an hour or so, it properly introduces combat and traps to beginers but it could maybe use some minor social/diplomatic event and/or a travel sequence so that new players get an idea of how to do other things outside of dungeons.

Rating:
[5 of 5 Stars!]
The Illusionist's Daughter
by Raymond H.
Publisher: Alderac Entertainment Group
Date Added: 09/16/2016 13:11:38
The Illusionist's Daughter A fun simple to run module that leaves a lot of room for roleplay. The location is well fleshed out with enough details to draw from on the fly but not so much as to make it hard to customize. Not a combat heavy module in any way but with good challenge at the end.

Rating:
[4 of 5 Stars!]
Adventures in Middle-earth Player's Guide
by Carol D.
Publisher: Cubicle 7 Entertainment Ltd.
Date Added: 09/16/2016 12:49:08
Adventures in Middle-earth Player's Guide I really like this supplement, there's a ton of well thought out information in it and a different look at how to play in Middle Earth! I am looking forward to running my first campaign for family members in Middle Earth. I think this supplement is inspiring and very helpful in getting me started. The culture aspect for the races and classes is really interesting and ought to help with the roleplay of the characters. The journey feature adds a lot to the play, with the roll tables to help determine how your next foray into the forest will go, its a huge help to the Loremaster! It's going to be a fun ride! Thanks!...

Rating:
[5 of 5 Stars!]
Malifaux - RULES ONLY Handbook - 2E
by Rob F.
Publisher: Wyrd Miniatures
Date Added: 09/16/2016 12:47:24
Malifaux - RULES ONLY Handbook - 2E A really nice set of rules, it is so much more strategy than simple die roll combat. Malifaux may turn out to be my all time favorite minature game. The addition of story driven characters just makes it   more fun nand the dark environment adds a lot to the feeling of this game.

Rating:
[5 of 5 Stars!]
Mutants & Tassels: Yellow Jade Pagoda
by Gary M.
Publisher: Just Insert Imagination
Date Added: 09/16/2016 12:35:16
Mutants & Tassels: Yellow Jade Pagoda Another amazing product by Just Insert Imagination. This quick one shot type adventure has a great "stranger things" meets "mad max' feel to it.

Rating:
[5 of 5 Stars!]
Village Backdrop: Ashford (5e)
by SD M.
Publisher: Raging Swan Press
Date Added: 09/16/2016 12:28:48
Village Backdrop: Ashford (5e) I've really enjoyed the village backdrops by Raging Swan. This one, in particular is quite nice. The NPCs in this backdrop are described in sufficent detail to RP, but not Ad nauseam. This is the perfect type of backdrop for a campaign that involves a traveling BBEG that the PCs are trying to find. You can lead the part to believe that they might find who they are hunting for in this area, at risk of being infected by the plague, or "converted" by the cult. For example, I am using it as an offshoot of the Emental Evil Campaign, to bridge the gap between the Larrakh in the Tomb of Moving stones (who escapes), and the PCs have tracked him to Ashford, which I placed about 10 miles from the Sword Mountains to the west of Red Larch. Lots of places to explore, plots to develop, etc. Really wish they would convert the old swamps & marshes pack for 5e. Worth the cash!...

Rating:
[4 of 5 Stars!]
Hex Kit Volume One: Fantasyland
by Customer Name Withheld
Publisher: cone of negative energy
Date Added: 09/16/2016 12:26:50
Hex Kit Volume One: Fantasyland Every single hex is lovingly crafted in a delightful art style. It's hard to make a map that's not beautiful with these.

Rating:
[5 of 5 Stars!]
Knights Battling Hydra
by Vesa P.
Publisher: Dean Spencer Art
Date Added: 09/16/2016 12:25:33
Knights Battling Hydra There is really a feel of action in this one and the picture is well suited for all kinds of fantasy publications.

Rating:
[5 of 5 Stars!]
Tattooed Sorcerer
by Vesa P.
Publisher: Dean Spencer Art
Date Added: 09/16/2016 12:23:12
Tattooed Sorcerer Quaranteed Dean quality for reasonable price. It´s hard to find full color illustrations and Dean´s work is really top of the line.

Rating:
[5 of 5 Stars!]
No Laughing Matter (Level 5 PCs)
by Tyler M.
Publisher: Dan Coleman Productions
Date Added: 09/16/2016 12:22:32
No Laughing Matter (Level 5 PCs) I very much enjoyed this product. I sat down with some friends and played through the entire story in one sitting. Lots of fun was had I highly recommend it!

Rating:
[5 of 5 Stars!]
WK2 Curse of the Kobold Eye (PF)
by Martin S.
Publisher: Cut to the Chase Games
Date Added: 09/16/2016 11:04:44
WK2 Curse of the Kobold Eye (PF) ***This review contains spoilers*** This adventure is the second part of the Wrath of the Kobolds series. While you could use it on its own, it is enhanced when used as the follow-up to the first adventure. In the first module, the characters put an end the Kobold Queen’s reign of terror in the Talon Hills. As she dies, she curses them with her last breath. This module begins when the characters start to feel the effects of the curse. This is something I have not seen often in all my years. Characters can find cursed objects and have to get rid of them, but it is rare to have them suffering from a curse. Usually, they help others get rid of their curse. As the characters become haunted by the spirit of a powerful kobold warlord, they have a chance to figure out what is going on and travel to a place call the Lone Library. This library is located in the Liverswood. When the characters reach the woods, they may notice that it is very creepy. The place is also under curse, like them...

Rating:
[5 of 5 Stars!]
Agent of the Imperium
by Customer Name Withheld
Publisher: Far Future Enterprise
Date Added: 09/15/2016 19:18:31
Agent of the Imperium This book is amazing. I've only recently gotten interested in Traveler and thought this would be a good into to the setting. Well, not only is it good for that, its also simply an outstanding sci-fi novel. I'll probably re-read this soon, which is a rarity for me, and desperately hope for a sequel. Buy this book! Read this book! You will not regret it.

Rating:
[5 of 5 Stars!]
Cryptic Entry (Level 1 PCs)
by Chris T.
Publisher: Dan Coleman Productions
Date Added: 09/15/2016 18:27:11
Cryptic Entry (Level 1 PCs) I started a game with 4 players who were brand-new to D&D, and after searching the net for a simple module to introduce them too, I landed on Cryptic Entry. It was simple to DM, had a great story that the players could easily get into, and was very easy to fit into the world I am building for our campaign. My suggestion for improvement would be regarding the telling of the backstory to the players. I spent a good amount of time doing pre-work to create NPCs who would reveal the backstory because otherwise the players would never have discovered it. I am not complaining though, as it gave me the opportunity to liven up the town they started in and have it not just be another cliche starting point. I will definitely be looking out for more material coming out of Dan Coleman Productions!...

Rating:
[5 of 5 Stars!]
Castles & Crusades Beneath the Dome
by Timothy B. [Featured Reviewer]
Publisher: Troll Lord Games
Date Added: 09/15/2016 16:49:18
Castles & Crusades Beneath the Dome Beneath the Dome is an adventure for the Castles & Crusades game by none other than James M. Ward. The current versions out in game stores and OneBookShelf are a combination of four smaller adventures. It is really like a small campaign or a longer adventure in four parts. Each section challenges characters of progressively higher levels (1-5, 4-7, 10th and above) and deals with the invasion of a race of giant humanoids, the Amdromodon. Aside: While the new monsters here are interesting enough, I couldn't help but think it might be cooler if instead, I replaced them with Slaadi from the old Fiend Folio. But that was only a thought. The adventures are interesting and I love the whole "invasion" and corruption vibe. It made it feel a little different than your typical adventure dealing with outer planar creatures. A little fleshing out with some other adventures the Castle Keeper could really make a nice campaign with this. The only thing really missing is a very high leve...

Rating:
[4 of 5 Stars!]
Castles & Crusades I3 Dogs of War: Felsentheim
by Timothy B. [Featured Reviewer]
Publisher: Troll Lord Games
Date Added: 09/15/2016 12:23:56
Castles & Crusades I3 Dogs of War: Felsentheim 22 pages, for 4-8 characters levels 3 to 5. Felsentheim is the epic conclusion to the I series of adventures. As with the last adventure the GM should be knowledgeable on all the NPCs and factions in this adventure. Again it can be played on it's own, but works best as the conclusion to the I series. While the adventure is shorter there is quite a lot of combat in this one. All together these three books are greater than their parts and make for an interesting set of adventures.

Rating:
[4 of 5 Stars!]
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