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G1-3 Against the Giants (1e)
by Earl W.
Publisher: Wizards of the Coast
Date Added: 08/15/2015 03:43:15
G1-3 Against the Giants (1e) played these years ago great to see them again and now i can play them as well to kool thank you .... giants !!!!! ;)

Rating:
[5 of 5 Stars!]
What Came Before: 25 Backgrounds for 5E
by Kyle C.
Publisher: Lupus Rex Games
Date Added: 08/14/2015 18:45:17
What Came Before: 25 Backgrounds for 5E I love this supplement. It will help add a fresh twist for all of my players!!

Rating:
[5 of 5 Stars!]
Lankhmar: Savage Foes of Nehwon
by Mark S.
Publisher: Pinnacle Entertainment
Date Added: 08/14/2015 17:53:53
Lankhmar: Savage Foes of Nehwon This is an excellent product for any Savage Worlds GM hoping to run a campaign in Lankhmar. After going through the list of NPC "friends and foes" I actually changed when my campaign was running to before Swords of Lankhmar so that I could use more of the NPC's and creatures detailed in the product as I had forgotten so many of them over the years since I had read the books (which I'm now planning on re-reading). The Bestiary is also extremely helpful and well done and offers some great challenges to players. One thing that I found very interesting and fun was the Adventure Generator - with a few die rolls and a bit of quick writing it was possible to easily make some simple adventures for my group that really had that 'Lankhmar' feel to them. It also opened some great opportunities for the players to meet more of the denizens of the city and even leave it. I highly recommend this product....

Rating:
[5 of 5 Stars!]
New Gods of Mankind Character Sheets
by Marcus H.
Publisher: Dark Skull Studios
Date Added: 08/14/2015 17:33:27
New Gods of Mankind Character Sheets It's fine. No issues. The typable boxes seem a little off before you start typing, but the lettering lines up fine.

Rating:
[5 of 5 Stars!]
Shadowrun: Shaken (No Job Too Small)
by Dirk L.
Publisher: Catalyst Game Labs
Date Added: 08/14/2015 16:37:28
Shadowrun: Shaken (No Job Too Small) This is what a Shadowrun novel should be like. Shaken tells a story in the life of PI/vigilante/runner Jimmy Kinkaid, a near-burnout street mage with an attitude, the mentor to match, and the hots for his ally spirit. This alone all but guarantees I like this book. But it's narrated interestingly, the protagonist is appropriately biased, the book does give him is share of sucker-punches - and I really like the narrative flow, even if it may seem a little slow to some. It's not Michael Bay, it's Fargo. It's a voyage through the decrepit, broken world of Jimmy Kinkaid and damn, it's a nice ride. The best part about this novel - and I'm saying this on top of excellent immersion, well-written characters, and similar world-building - is the fact it is very Noir, very hard-boiled, without neglecting typical tropes and elements of cyberpunk in general and Shadowrun in particular. Jimmy Kincaid is the archetypical Noir protagonist - an anti-hero, a broken, damaged man, struggling as best...

Rating:
[5 of 5 Stars!]
The Dread Codex: Goblin Chronicles
by Andrew J.
Publisher: Fat Goblin Games
Date Added: 08/14/2015 15:54:42
The Dread Codex: Goblin Chronicles This book is awesome and well worth the money. It has a lot of creative information on the different goblin subtypes, complete with profiles for using them in your games as both monsters and characters. Some of the goblin types are kind of boring, but most of them are really cool. The book also has a bunch of feats for goblin characters, and though they are mostly focused on sneak, intimidation and bluff checks, these are goblins, after all, and not warriors. It also contains info on some cool goblin gear, including fireworks and magical fireworks, and goblin-specific magic weapons. This book is exactly what I would want to see from a book about a single type of monster. Though it is kind of pricey for a book with such a narrow focus, it has a lot of info and is around 70-something pages, so its price is fair. The artwork is good, with pictures of each of the goblin subtypes described in the book. My only complaint would be that it is not well edited. It is totally readab...

Rating:
[5 of 5 Stars!]
Dungeon World Playbooks Set
by Michael G.
Publisher: Miguel Angel Espinoza
Date Added: 08/14/2015 15:01:54
Dungeon World Playbooks Set The recent advent of a new set of OFFICIAL playbooks for DW has really only made me appreciate this product MORE. Why do I like them? Well, for one, the clean design of these sheets is readable AND has old-school flair. But more importantly, they are useful and usable. The official playbooks (and other fan-created ones I've seen) are create for *creating* a character, but don't leave room for growth: Want to write new bonds, or go shopping for some new equipment? Get a blank sheet of paper. But these sheets support writing in new bonds or adding equipment (and even tracking load). Anyway, I think they're the best. I'd give a sixth star (if I could) if the author would release a new version that included "The Immolator" class. (I could make it myself with the blank/fillable sheet, but I'm SO lazy.) Great stuff!...

Rating:
[5 of 5 Stars!]
WK0 Night of the Mad Kobold (5E)
by Devin M.
Publisher: Cut to the Chase Games
Date Added: 08/14/2015 14:14:54
WK0 Night of the Mad Kobold (5E) A well thought out adventure all on its own ( i have not read other related adventures noted within). It is an excellent blend of investigation and adventure. The descriptions of key characters, key locations, and flavour texts are well descriptive and wonderfully written; Weird Dave does a great job with immersion. The "race against the clock" element is refreshing, a welcome change from the norm, and is incorporated into the adventure brilliantly. A must have.

Rating:
[5 of 5 Stars!]
Malifaux - RULES ONLY Handbook - 2E
by Nathan H.
Publisher: Wyrd Miniatures
Date Added: 08/14/2015 14:14:43
Malifaux - RULES ONLY Handbook - 2E Excellent quick reference and a cost-effective way to learn the game

Rating:
[5 of 5 Stars!]
Savage Island Encounters
by Eric F.
Publisher: Fishwife Games
Date Added: 08/14/2015 14:09:11
Savage Island Encounters This is a damn fine product that covers the bases of pulpy lost world goodness with plenty of encounters, ideas, and everything that you need to populate an island or lost world. Everything here is striped down to the bone and ready to go straight out the door for you to do either a long term or a pick up game as you like. For the price point this is a solid investment for the DYI dungeon master to add or subtract as needed. The pdf is easy on the eyes and the printer, I was able to turn this around within a night and get it at my table in fifteen minutes. The encounters adapt to just about any system or rpg with an adventure theme. The encounters could be used for everything from post apocalyptic to full on full lost world. The ideas here are both cheesy and fun to play with Dave knows his subject and how to get his play on with this project. The book is well done and very easy to use across the board. This is a tool kit that allows the DM to put his players right into the thick of ...

Rating:
[4 of 5 Stars!]
A Collection of Poisons
by Devin M.
Publisher: Assassin Games
Date Added: 08/14/2015 13:44:08
A Collection of Poisons This is an excellent supplement that nicely fills an often neglected niche. The material is creative, the descriptions are well written, the poison effects are well balanced and well thought out and the layout of the pdf is pleasing to the eye. The only thing that I wish was different is that it were longer. Everyone should download this and be using it to liven up their game, I will be first chance I get

Rating:
[5 of 5 Stars!]
Dark Heresy Second Edition: Enemies Within
by Hans O.
Publisher: Fantasy Flight Games
Date Added: 08/14/2015 12:36:03
Dark Heresy Second Edition: Enemies Within This latest system update to Dark Heresy 2.0 perpetuates the science fantasy (as opposed to science fiction) of the Warhammer Universe, but unlike earlier attempts to provide players and gm's with useful tools for creating engaging sessions I believe that Enemies Within is a solid step in the Right direction. While not nearly as robust in its gm toolkit as systems like Stars Without Number, this book none-the-less provides gm's with setting-appropriate adventures in the vein of the Abnett's Eisenhorn stories and Sandy Mitchell's "Innocence Proves Nothing." To me, the most engaging stories of 40k's grimdark are the those where ill- or mis-informed but no less goodly and skilled servants of the Imperium carry their torch into the deep and the dark places, look into the madness that therein dwells, and fight feverishly to burn out that rot with cleansing flame, and this supplement, more than any other fantasy flight has since put out, is their best effort to allow players fulfill that fan...

Rating:
[4 of 5 Stars!]
Elemental Evil Player’s Companion (5e)
by Sam B.
Publisher: Wizards of the Coast
Date Added: 08/14/2015 12:35:36
Elemental Evil Player’s Companion (5e) I have a player converting an aarakocra from 3.5 to 5, so this is going to be invaluable. I understand the need to have the same basic set of races in the PHB every edition, but I always find it necessary to have the ones that are just a little weirder as well.

Rating:
[5 of 5 Stars!]
Vampire 20th Anniversary Edition The Dark Ages
by greg m.
Publisher: Onyx Path Publishing
Date Added: 08/14/2015 12:22:22
Vampire 20th Anniversary Edition The Dark Ages To me, this book fell flat. Yes, it is nice to have most everything you need to run a game set in the century at your fingertips, but I suppose my big complaint is I wanted a 20th anniversary of Dark Ages: Vampire; not Vampire: the Dark Ages. Beyond that, the artwork is good, the chapters are nicely organized, and the index is a vast improvement from White Wolf material. The inclusion of the Salubri Sentinels was a great bonus, and mechanics for dirtier, more primitive versions of the Cainite sorceries was nice too. I backed the project on Kickstarter, so I got to see the evolution of the pdf from a draft to a finished product. My quibbles with the product are all vastly personal opinion, as I hinted at in the first paragraph. If you like romantic historical fiction, are a fan of vampires, or an experienced V:tDA, I recommend this book....

Rating:
[3 of 5 Stars!]
Numenera FREE PREVIEW
by John S.
Publisher: Monte Cook Games
Date Added: 08/14/2015 12:15:39
Numenera FREE PREVIEW Great preview. Made me want to buy the game. Which i did. An incredible setting.

Rating:
[5 of 5 Stars!]
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