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Underworld Races: Dvergr
by Thilo G. [Featured Reviewer]
Publisher: AAW Games
Date Added: 09/29/2014 08:33:28
Underworld Races: Dvergr An Endzeitgeist.com review This supplement clocks in at 21 pages, 1 page front cover, 1 page editorial, 1 page ToC, 1 page SRD, 1 page back cover, leaving us with 16 pages of content, so let's take a look! We kick off this installment of the Underworld Races with a general subterranean origin-myth for the races that inhabit the lightless depth of Aventyr - which can, coincidentally, be introduced with relative ease into other settings. Now part of this myth is the genesis of the dwarven races, of which the dvergr would be one - to be more precise, the race is most in line with the dueragr base race, though it is modified further with some minor skill modifications. The dour, aggressive dvergr also benefit from quite an array of diverse favored class options, quite a few of which utilize an interesting distinction in that they represent the xenophobic frame of mind of the dvergr by being explicitly efficient against the Upperworlders. The FCOs, all of them, actually a...

Rating:
[4 of 5 Stars!]
Tenocha: Setting Guide
by Simon K.
Publisher: Levi Kornelsen
Date Added: 09/29/2014 06:16:07
Tenocha: Setting Guide This setting has a cool Tekumel-like vibe yet is far more accessible (no language courses required..). Its good to get play out of medieval Europe and into something that feels like a cross between the ancient Americas and Polynesia. Art is very appropriate to the subject matter, and suitably up for interpretation. If the setting and background were fleshed out just a little more it would be a 5 from me, as it stands it would take a lot of work from a GM to put meat on the bones presented here. However some folks may see that as a positive in customising the setting....

Rating:
[4 of 5 Stars!]
Infected: A Living Archive
by Simon K.
Publisher: Levi Kornelsen
Date Added: 09/29/2014 05:09:49
Infected: A Living Archive I cannot wait to try this- a compelling and different take on the zombie apocalypse with a unique rules set geared perfectly to the action, something a more generic rules system could never achieve. The game screams fast pacing and conflict driving the narrative, much like any good zombie film.

Rating:
[5 of 5 Stars!]
Nemezis - Web of Intrigue
by Eric L.
Publisher: GRAmel
Date Added: 09/28/2014 23:04:31
Nemezis - Web of Intrigue For several reasons I will not explain here I've almost completely converted to the digital format for my rpg needs. I can't thank you enough for the layout of this pdf. Most monitors are widescreen nowadays and having a pdf that is in the landscape format makes a lot of sense. Every page fits perfectly on my screen. The layout is clean and easy on the eye. The pricing is great. I see some adventures on here with a similar number of pages priced four times higher. And don't be fooled by how short it is. Some parts have a sandbox approach and could provide hours of play. There's even room to include sub-plots during travel using the adventure generator. The story itself is dark and investigation oriented with some deadly combat. It definitely gives you an idea of what a Nemezis is about....

Rating:
[5 of 5 Stars!]
Armor & Clothing Quick Generator
by James B.
Publisher: Ennead Games
Date Added: 09/28/2014 21:39:59
Armor & Clothing Quick Generator Okay, first of all, no one likes to have their work spoken bad of. I know work went into it. I respect that. Lists of a hundred different things are difficult to come up with. I think it's very user-friendly. A few dice rolls and you've got something. I think it could be used as inspiration for items. I suppose I thought this would have more details and fewer combinations that simply don't work. I don't know what to do with an average scale robe. I'm not trying to find something that comes up with everything for me, but what's average about it? Size? Quality? Average as in everyone has one? Yes, I know those blanks can be filled in on the fly at any time. It's that all of the combinations are like that. It's not horribly common to have a roll that makes sense. I don't even want to try to explain about the complex soft letter jock strap. I've downloaded a few things like this Armor and Clothing generator. I like most of them. This one just wasn't what I thought it would be, I guess....

Rating:
[2 of 5 Stars!]
Basic Fantasy RPG
by gustavo t.
Publisher: The Basic Fantasy Project
Date Added: 09/28/2014 19:08:53
Basic Fantasy RPG very good for introducing someone in pen and paper rpgs,and can serve as a base for d20 rpgs like DnD and pathfinder.But it is barebones and there are some (little) things that are not well explained. And its free.

Rating:
[4 of 5 Stars!]
Fantastic Heroes & Witchery
by Didier I.
Publisher: DOM Publishing
Date Added: 09/28/2014 13:37:43
Fantastic Heroes & Witchery Bonjour, le contenu de ce livre est très dense, il n'y a pas de floriture, ce qui en fait une formidable boite à outil compatible avec tout ce qui existe en OSR. Une petite introduction de ce qu'est un JdR, et ce qu'apporte le livre par rapport au autres pointure du genre OSR. Des règles simples (D20) avec de nombreuses options permettant de cadrer avec plus de règles (pour ceux qui aiment). L'originalité c'est de balayer de la Sword & Sorcery en passant par l'Heroic Fantasy et en touchant le Space Opéra. Ce qui permet d'ajouter de l'exotisme dans votre jeux. Ce travail réalisé par un Français est en Anglais. Pour autant cela reste très abordable et fluide probablement parce que ce n'est pas sa langue natale. Du superbe travail....

Rating:
[5 of 5 Stars!]
FirstFable
by Jessica M.
Publisher: OneBookShelf, Inc.
Date Added: 09/28/2014 12:27:27
FirstFable I really enjoyed this easy and short core book. I think it'll be perfect for when my daughter is old enough to start playing RPGs. I'm so happy this is on the market because I've been looking for something like it/ It was very easy to understand, nothing like the crazy rules and stats used in Dungeons and Dragons. Three stats and a few special moves for each character makes it easy for kids to understand. It was a short read, only 41 pages with maybe 20 or so filled with the information to help you get started. The other pages include a short adventure, sample character sheets, and an actual character sheet for your new adventurer to fill out. This is a highly costumizable game that let's you and your kid(s) create your own adventures or character classes. I'm looking forward to more fun and adventures from these creators....

Rating:
[5 of 5 Stars!]
Fate Core System
by Ben F.
Publisher: Evil Hat Productions, LLC
Date Added: 09/28/2014 12:22:10
Fate Core System I have been running Fate Core for a year now, and have done everything from steampunk to medieval fantasy. It is a very clear system that is INCREDIBLY easy to adjust to your liking (such as converting to 2d6 instead of fudge dice, adding magic as stunts, adapting it to an Attrubute-Skill type system, etc.). It truly is generic, but requires a little bit of work on the part of the GM to make it fit the genre or to simply redo the system but keep base mechanics. All-in-all, it is a great system. Likes: >Easy to adjust to liking from lethality, to skills, to using attributes, etc. >Very character driven, which is a nice change of pace from more "numbers driven" generic systems like GURPS >Can be minimized and maximized as a system, making it able to range from rules lite to rules heavy Dislikes: >Requires a bit of adjusting before playing, especially if you are not quite as fond of the dice mechanics as others...

Rating:
[5 of 5 Stars!]
The Baron of Blood: A Dungeon World Adventure Front
by Marc K.
Publisher: PG Games
Date Added: 09/28/2014 11:59:52
The Baron of Blood: A Dungeon World Adventure Front This really exceeded my expectations! Great, interesting, original storyline with lots of flexibility to allow for players to adapt. This adventure fits in well with any campaign and can serve as a solid starting point. Excellent old-school cover, very useful maps, helpful illustrations. Plenty of depth of material with biographies of key NPCs, special moves, weapons, and monsters to fully support play without requiring massive prep. Whether a seasoned GM or nervously new to GM role, this adventure is fantastic! Includes very helpful GM advice to keep action going. I look forward to more adventures from this author!...

Rating:
[5 of 5 Stars!]
Calidar, In Stranger Skies
by Nurthor L.
Publisher: Calidar Publishing
Date Added: 09/28/2014 08:37:51
Calidar, In Stranger Skies Excellent supplément pour PF ou D&D. Bien dans l'esprit Old School. De belles histoires et un monde complet qui attend vos aventuriers!! Le tout bien illustré avec des cartes magnifiques!! À avoir chez soi !

Rating:
[5 of 5 Stars!]
Adventures Dark and Deep Bestiary
by Dominique C.
Publisher: BRW Games
Date Added: 09/28/2014 02:23:21
Adventures Dark and Deep Bestiary This is truly the best OSR monster book I got so far. Everything is in there, and there is an old-school-style black and white illustration for most of the monsters. Overall it looks great, and I prefer it to the original monster books it emulates. Someday I will probably get it in print too. I am the publisher of Fantastic Heroes & Witchery. I would recommend this monster book to those who use my game and want to know which monsters to use. They would fit very well. I intend to later publish a monster book of my own, but this one will still nicely complete what I intend to do. There is one thing I don't like though: you need Acrobat Reader 10 to read it. With version 9 and below it simply doesn't open at all. My opinion is that a PDF file bought on RPGnow should be readable with most older versions of Acrobat Reader. I don't see why you should have the latest technology to read files. There should be no obligation to upgrade your computers (I can read it on my PC, but I cannot ...

Rating:
[5 of 5 Stars!]
World of Darkness: The God-Machine Chronicle
by Mateusz J.
Publisher: Onyx Path Publishing
Date Added: 09/28/2014 02:01:18
World of Darkness: The God-Machine Chronicle The good: Setting: excellent Rules update: needed. The bad: Way how rules update is presented (need for old WoD corebook) Print: First book I ordered in "standard" print and... well, meh. I guess I'll stick to premium for any future orders. It's not bad, it's just... below standard. There is full bleed - and that's a giant plus imo. Text is readable, but a little bit more of contrast would be nice. Illustrations - some look just fine (mostly simple ones, outlines without color fill), most look bad, as there is very noticeable banding/smearing present (nothing like that in premium color books I own). Paper is thin, so if there is a full page illu on one side of a page and text on another, page curls. I guess standard color is a good option for a second copy (one that will be abused in backpack/on gaming table or used to make notes) or for books that you want to read but otherwise don't find as "important". If you're a collector, caring how book looks, standard color ain...

Rating:
[4 of 5 Stars!]
God-Machine Condition Cards
by Mateusz J.
Publisher: Onyx Path Publishing
Date Added: 09/28/2014 01:44:30
God-Machine Condition Cards I'm amazed with quality (POD). First order of pod cards here, and I'm blown away. Excellent, well worth the price. As for cards "usability" - a nice, quite useful accessory.

Rating:
[5 of 5 Stars!]
Prosthetica
by Lorne F.
Publisher: Dakkar Unlimited
Date Added: 09/28/2014 01:15:45
Prosthetica Prosthetica is an expansion to the Victory Core Rulebook. That rulebook is required to make sense of the statistics, and some of the terminology, presented in Prosthetica. If you don't have Victory core rules, this book has a few things that might be of interest in terms of 'what is life?' or 'can an artificial construct be a slave or a free entity?', but you really won't get a lot of it without the Victory Rules (if you're not sure about Victory System, try the Party Pack starters from Dakkar Unlimited - they're free at the time of this writing, and contain a very basic introduction to the mechanics of Victory, as well as some starting characters and villains, to allow you to see if you like it enough to buy the core rules). Prosthetica covers in detail 'Mechanica' - cybernetics, steampunk constructs, clockwork machines, artificial intelligences, mental imprints, and robots. There are heaps of example designs you can 'pick up and play with', as well as lists of features, parts a...

Rating:
[5 of 5 Stars!]
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