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Kindred, Contacts and Victims Art Pack vol.1
by Josh H.
Publisher: White Wolf
Date Added: 05/13/2018 08:00:47
Kindred, Contacts and Victims Art Pack vol.1 Art is similar to the White Wolf art packs, and is totally appropriate to vampire. I'll be using both packs in upcoming work and I highly appreciate them. The only minor critique is that they come in pdf format, having the individual images in JPEG or PSD would be helpful, but that isn't enough of a critique to take any points off. This is priced well, and is great Vampire art.

Rating:
[5 of 5 Stars!]
World of Farland Campaign Setting
by Rob W.
Publisher: World of Farland
Date Added: 05/13/2018 06:18:22
World of Farland Campaign Setting Great setting for those looking for a world that gives a game a very realistic feel

Rating:
[5 of 5 Stars!]
Cepheus Engine System Reference Document
by Daniel C.
Publisher: Samardan Press
Date Added: 05/13/2018 00:24:22
Cepheus Engine System Reference Document When I first bought the Traveller Black Box I fell in love with the idea of a generic rule set for Sci-Fi. Over time the link between the rules and the setting of the imperium grew. As I looked around I never found a Sci-Fi rule set to replace Traveller, but I wanted more and wished it were not so tied ot the imperium. Along came Mongoose Traveller 1st edition and while ti quickly became my favorate edition of the Traveller rule set it still seemed to push the link between the imperium and the rules. Then came Mongoose 2nd ed and I felt the rules just went in a direction I didn't want to go. Then an unexpected opportunity showed up. The Cepheus Engine. This core rule document, well worth buying, had a blend of the best of the original, the mongoose 1st ed, and was free standing ready for me to add the setting I wanted to use. I love this rule set. If you want to play a traveller like game but not be pulled into the imperium, this is the rule set for you. Clean and open, this set...

Rating:
[5 of 5 Stars!]
Esper Genesis Basic Rules
by Alexander B.
Publisher: Alligator Alley Entertainment
Date Added: 05/13/2018 00:21:46
Esper Genesis Basic Rules This is an excellent take on D&D 5e. With just some re-flavoring it feels like a completely new Science Fiction game, but is incredibly easy to play if you are familiar with 5e. After reviewing the basic rules, I immediately purchased the full version that will give you more races, classes, and rules to take your campaign to 20th lvl. I highly recommend it.

Rating:
[5 of 5 Stars!]
World of Farland Campaign Setting
by John M.
Publisher: World of Farland
Date Added: 05/12/2018 22:18:14
World of Farland Campaign Setting i play D&D 5e, but I'm new to the World of Farland. I just got a copy of this setting, and while I haven't had a chance to go through it carefully, so far I have to say I'm blown away by the amount of quality detail in the setting. I think it's really going to help my DMing if and when I run a game set in this world. I may modify a few things, but in terms of game balance and 5e, it looks pretty balanced. So far, I really like what I see.

Rating:
[5 of 5 Stars!]
Space: 1889 Core Rulebook
by T C D.
Publisher: Clockwork Publishing
Date Added: 05/12/2018 19:35:04
Space: 1889 Core Rulebook Space 1889 was originally created by GDW in the late 1980s, and featured a fantastic campaign setting: a world as might be conceived of in Victorian science fiction. Space travel is possible, and the great powers have established colonies on Mars, Venus, and Mercury (with varying degrees of success). Liftwood from Mars makes the creation of flying ships possible, while the jungles of Venus are filled with dinosaurs. Against this heady background, Europe totters its way towards World War One, with diplomatic incidents and the Great Game of nabobism and border scuffles. It's an amazing setting for an RPG. Being rooted (loosely) in history, it's easy for players to follow what's going on (without reading much background material) and to grasp the attitudes of the time: jingoism, a class based society (and the inherent conflict that brings), and a condescending attitude to locals. The original game is still available through Heliograph press, but there have been two 'modernisations' of t...

Rating:
[5 of 5 Stars!]
DDAL07-06 Fester and Burn (5e)
by Robert N.
Publisher: Wizards of the Coast
Date Added: 05/12/2018 18:30:56
DDAL07-06 Fester and Burn (5e) My favourite adventure of this season yet. Includes some challenging fights as well as some great roleplay encounters. Also gives the exploration option if going the brute force route making it really feel like the party can approach the scenarios however they prefer without hampering the adventure. The tickling clock mechanic is pretty interesting and makes the way the players approach their hurdles matter in a real way. There a lot of life draining enemies in this one which is really dangerous considering the death curse mechanics but can be replaced with other creatures without much issue if prefered. The spellcaster boss is pretty powerful but the amount of AoEs can be kinda awkward considering the relatively small map and the fact that she doesn't really want to kill the capturesdprisoners since they're still needed for the dark ritual. Overall a great introduction to the trilogy and also not too difficult to finish in the estimated time....

Rating:
[5 of 5 Stars!]
DDAL07-05 Whispers in the Dark (5e)
by Robert N.
Publisher: Wizards of the Coast
Date Added: 05/12/2018 18:22:07
DDAL07-05 Whispers in the Dark (5e) Can be very swingy in difficulty. The riddles are just fine difficulty-wise, not too hard - not too easy. The zombie horde can be incredibly deadly if the party doesn't realize fast enough that they have to focus on the puzzle instead of the mobs. The zombies are very tough and very hard to kill for low-level characters and the creeper can potentially one-shot a player and insta-kill them if they're unlucky. The encounter adjustment suggestions for the boss fight seem completely off. the weak party gets just a regular solo Yuan-Ti Pureblood with some Legendary Actions/Ressistances but those aren't enough for her to provide a challenge against a mid Tier 1 party. Definitely needs some additional spellcasting abilities. The tougher options also seem a bit too tough. Should probably use lower HP on the boss in that case. Looting during danger sounds interesting as a concept but has the potential of leaving the party empty-handed at the end. Feels a bit unrewarding considering th...

Rating:
[3 of 5 Stars!]
DDAL07-04 A Walk in the Park (5e)
by Robert N.
Publisher: Wizards of the Coast
Date Added: 05/12/2018 18:11:29
DDAL07-04 A Walk in the Park (5e) Enjoyed this one. The adventure is very raildroady but that's fine for a 2h module. Also one of very few that can actually be completed in the estimated time without rushing players. The beginning is probably the weakest part of the adventure, the entire chase scene feels like filler and is honestly completely unneccessary to the scenario. My party just skipped the chase part by casting sleep on the children. The satchel shop scene was fine but getting the players to ask the right questions can be a problem. Part 2 is a trip through the jungle of Chult. Wadumu is a fantastic NPC and the given quotes and his little story really helped with fleshing out the lil' fellow. The final fight provides a fine challenge but the open ending can feel pretty unsatisfying for people that don't run the next part in the trilogy directly after....

Rating:
[4 of 5 Stars!]
DDAL07-03 A Day at the Races (5e)
by Robert N.
Publisher: Wizards of the Coast
Date Added: 05/12/2018 17:41:43
DDAL07-03 A Day at the Races (5e) Some clunky parts, some fun parts. I feel like the suggested adventure hooks are kind of misleading as they suggest the point of the adventure to be the investigation against the yuan-ti. In actuality, that whole conspiracy plot just felt like an excuse to have a giant dinosaur race. The betting in part 1 is a bit hard to grasp (it's only one race, how can there be multiple winners?). I do like all the fluff included in the registration though, my party greatly enjoyed coming up with a mascot. Part had the actual race itself and the whole setup was very grand and fun to imagine. Especially liked the multiple different stages here. Some of the stages were really clunky though, like the fishing for stones bit which felt kinda static (not many options besides a bunch of Ivestigation/Perception checks) or the triceratops at the end which has the potential of really dragging on. Would recommend against using rolls for "The Others". Feels like the opposition would be lagging behind ...

Rating:
[4 of 5 Stars!]
Wiseguys: Demo Kit
by John R.
Publisher: Just Insert Imagination
Date Added: 05/12/2018 16:40:56
Wiseguys: Demo Kit This is a gorgeous book, the setting is tons of fun to play in, and I'm really looking forward to the final, completed product. Even if the setting itself doesn't interest you, many of the awesome new rules and various other goodies can easily be adapted for a variety of uses and are well worth taking the time to check out. Highly recommended!

Rating:
[5 of 5 Stars!]
Amazing Tales
by Michael V.
Publisher: Amazing Tales
Date Added: 05/12/2018 16:09:29
Amazing Tales i have been in search for the perfect RPG to play wth my kids (6, 6, 8 and 10). I've played a bunch of them—No Thank You Evil!, Tiny Dungeon: Hatchling Edition, Hero Kids, and now Amazing Tales. They all have pros and cons, and sometime I'll have to write up a comparison, but as much as I like NTYE and the others, Amazing Tales is now my go to for my two youngest. I have yet to try it with my two older kids, buy I think they will like it (though they are capable of understanding more rules than Amazing Tales requires.) I'm pretty new to DMing, and this has helped get more confident improvising. Of all the games I mentioned, this one requires the least prep—not just in terms of character creation, but in feeling empowered to sit down without a plan and create a story together. It was very easy to understand, while also FINALLY providing a fun way for my kids to use polyhedral dice (all the others use either single d6 rolls, or various d6 dice pools. They work well, but I've been ...

Rating:
[5 of 5 Stars!]
DDEX2-03 The Drowned Tower (5e)
by Remington A.
Publisher: Wizards of the Coast
Date Added: 05/12/2018 15:55:11
DDEX2-03 The Drowned Tower (5e) This adventure has some great intrigue for role playing. The characters feel as if they don't know exactly who to trust; everyone has their own motives and potential downsides. I like how the characters have multiple options for resolving the end, which in turn leads to slightly different endings. The tower itself is excellent, with a great sense of urgency and a variety of encounters for players. The only issue with this adventure is its run time. Even with cutting some things out, this adventure ran late. To anyone with a time limit, I recommend reading this module pretty closely in advance, to decide on what you feel is ok to cut out. I recommend some of the weaker combat encounters in the tower. Overall, a great adventure!...

Rating:
[4 of 5 Stars!]
DDEX2-10 Cloaks and Shadows (5e)
by Eric W.
Publisher: Wizards of the Coast
Date Added: 05/12/2018 15:39:07
DDEX2-10 Cloaks and Shadows (5e) One of the best modules I've ever run. It manages to stay contained without feeling railroady at all. The players have almost absolute freedom and it brings certain elements that only an urban adventure can. Highly enjoyable and if you've got a player who asks if there's anything like Assassin's Creed they can play in, look no further. Slightly able to become broken if your players are highly-prestiguous members of The Cloaks, but it's easily fixed to keep things interesting.

Rating:
[5 of 5 Stars!]
DDAL05-17 Hartkiller's Horn (5e)
by Eric W.
Publisher: Wizards of the Coast
Date Added: 05/12/2018 14:54:39
DDAL05-17 Hartkiller's Horn (5e) The module itself is good. The Beast of Talos is a fine challenge and can really demolish a party while giving them a major feeling of accomplishment for defeating it. And then they find out what the magic item is as a reward.

Rating:
[3 of 5 Stars!]
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