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Heroic Maps - Ships: The Auspice
by Ken B.
Publisher: Heroic Maps
Date Added: 09/30/2016 13:05:55
Heroic Maps - Ships: The Auspice Fantastic looking sailing ship with multiple levels and great detail. Got it on sale, so could not beat the price. There is a little overlap to the print version thatI like--gives you a little leeway when cutting / taping / glueing. Will definitely look at their other products as a result.

Rating:
[5 of 5 Stars!]
Urban Designs: New Glory Naval Base
by Aronne G.
Publisher: Darkfuries Publishing
Date Added: 09/30/2016 12:36:51
Urban Designs: New Glory Naval Base Wonderful, I plan to use it as a military base in the future but for now it has been a valid source for other kind of buildings, like an office in a city. Even if you don't need a full base, it's very helpful in a bunch of situations, as a base it's very detailed and feels authentic.

Rating:
[4 of 5 Stars!]
5e Creature Decks: More Constructs, Giants, Humanoids, & Undead
by Randall B.
Publisher: Inkwell Ideas
Date Added: 09/30/2016 12:31:46
5e Creature Decks: More Constructs, Giants, Humanoids, & Undead I like the convenience of the cards; however, with only 4 to a sheet of cardstock and no means to enlarge or place more on a sheet leaves much to be desired. Yes, only 4 to a sheet and there is a lot of white space around the print area. The area that is printed is the size of a standard playing card. I would give these a C+ ​ Randy Black The Blue Wiz

Rating:
[3 of 5 Stars!]
5e Creature Decks: More Dragons & Monstrosities
by Randall B.
Publisher: Inkwell Ideas
Date Added: 09/30/2016 12:31:02
5e Creature Decks: More Dragons & Monstrosities I like the convenience of the cards; however, with only 4 to a sheet of cardstock and no means to enlarge or place more on a sheet leaves much to be desired. Yes, only 4 to a sheet and there is a lot of white space around the print area. The area that is printed is the size of a standard playing card. I would give these a C+ ​ Randy Black The Blue Wiz

Rating:
[3 of 5 Stars!]
5e Creature Decks: More Aberrations & Fiends
by Randall B.
Publisher: Inkwell Ideas
Date Added: 09/30/2016 12:30:39
5e Creature Decks: More Aberrations & Fiends I like the convenience of the cards; however, with only 4 to a sheet of cardstock and no means to enlarge or place more on a sheet leaves much to be desired. Yes, only 4 to a sheet and there is a lot of white space around the print area. The area that is printed is the size of a standard playing card. I would give these a C+ ​ Randy Black The Blue Wiz

Rating:
[3 of 5 Stars!]
5e Creature Decks: Constructs, Giants, Humanoids, Undead
by Randall B.
Publisher: Inkwell Ideas
Date Added: 09/30/2016 12:30:16
5e Creature Decks: Constructs, Giants, Humanoids, Undead I like the convenience of the cards; however, with only 4 to a sheet of cardstock and no means to enlarge or place more on a sheet leaves much to be desired. Yes, only 4 to a sheet and there is a lot of white space around the print area. The area that is printed is the size of a standard playing card. I would give these a C+ ​ Randy Black The Blue Wiz

Rating:
[3 of 5 Stars!]
5e Creature Decks: Aberrations, Fiends, & More
by Randall B.
Publisher: Inkwell Ideas
Date Added: 09/30/2016 12:29:57
5e Creature Decks: Aberrations, Fiends, & More I like the convenience of the cards; however, with only 4 to a sheet of cardstock and no means to enlarge or place more on a sheet leaves much to be desired. Yes, only 4 to a sheet and there is a lot of white space around the print area. The area that is printed is the size of a standard playing card. I would give these a C+ ​ Randy Black The Blue Wiz

Rating:
[3 of 5 Stars!]
5e Creature Decks: Beasts, Oozes, & Plants
by Randall B.
Publisher: Inkwell Ideas
Date Added: 09/30/2016 12:29:24
5e Creature Decks: Beasts, Oozes, & Plants I like the convenience of the cards; however, with only 4 to a sheet of cardstock and no means to enlarge or place more on a sheet leaves much to be desired. Yes, only 4 to a sheet and there is a lot of white space around the print area. The area that is printed is the size of a standard playing card. I would give these a C+ ​ Randy Black The Blue Wiz

Rating:
[3 of 5 Stars!]
5e Creature Decks: Dragons & Monstrosities
by Randall B.
Publisher: Inkwell Ideas
Date Added: 09/30/2016 12:27:49
5e Creature Decks: Dragons & Monstrosities I like the convenience of the cards; however, with only 4 to a sheet of cardstock and no means to enlarge or place more on a sheet leaves much to be desired. Yes, only 4 to a sheet and there is a lot of white space around the print area. The area that is printed is the size of a standard playing card. I would give these a C+ Randy Black The Blue Wiz

Rating:
[3 of 5 Stars!]
DG1: Secrets in the Dark
by Michael M.
Publisher: Dan Hass Endeavors
Date Added: 09/30/2016 12:10:32
DG1: Secrets in the Dark Great beginner story for a new party and a new DM to get their feet wet! Thank you!

Rating:
[5 of 5 Stars!]
Worlds of Adventure: Fantasy Realms Players Guide
by Graham S.
Publisher: Applied Vectors
Date Added: 09/30/2016 11:32:15
Worlds of Adventure: Fantasy Realms Players Guide The first outing, though second edition, of this heroic game series provides the 146 page Player’s Guide, which contains everything needed to create characters for the adventures ahead. My hardback is on its way. If you are familiar with Blue Planet, which I’m not, then the brief introduction to the game mechanics will be like a sensual plunge into those balmy waters of ‘Synergy’, as this game uses that engine. More on that in a moment. Just to be clear, you don’t get much in the way of game in this book. The opening section gives an outline providing some context for the characters to come. Characters are mostly defined by Attributes, Aptitudes and Skills. You start with a power level that essentially governs how may points you can spend in each of the key areas: Everyday, Exceptional and Elite. The example character is an Elite. Unless you are wanting to level grind, or want to play ordinary people in extraordinary situations, you’re going to pitch for the bouncy elite’s with l...

Rating:
[4 of 5 Stars!]
Dark Places of the Dominions
by Olivier S.
Publisher: GRAmel
Date Added: 09/30/2016 11:05:28
Dark Places of the Dominions Just like *Beasts of the Dominions*, **Dark Places of the Dominions** is a good product but with a strange title since some of its chapters are more adventures than mere locations (OK, all adventures have to take place in some fantasy location...). No map is provided since it either works with the abstract navigation system or with a written description of the ins and outs of each visited room. I must say I am not a fan of the latter system : in the free downloadable *Moonless night over Grimdell* (a castle crawl adventure), a good old map would have done a better job than lengthy descriptions. Whether you're using props or not, the players will inevitably ask you (as a GM) about the shape of the rooms they have to explore... Are you supposed to draw a full map of the castle before starting the module ? Fortunately, this system works better in **Dark Places** because it is used with locations having a particular shape (a tower, a ship's hull), while castles can display all kinds of...

Rating:
[5 of 5 Stars!]
Godbound Art Pack
by Vesa P.
Publisher: Sine Nomine Publishing
Date Added: 09/30/2016 09:21:04
Godbound Art Pack This is just awesome. Pictures are really great. Thank you so much!

Rating:
[5 of 5 Stars!]
Star Fleet Universe Coloring Book #1: Starships
by Customer Name Withheld
Publisher: Amarillo Design Bureau
Date Added: 09/30/2016 08:47:40
Star Fleet Universe Coloring Book #1: Starships This is a fairly simple and straight forward product. It will not win any awards as a coloring book, but it fits the style of ADB ship design well. I appreciate that just the ships are presented instead of being in action poses like a more traditional coloring book. The price point is excellent as well.

Rating:
[4 of 5 Stars!]
Tall Ships 15: Caravel Fleet
by Ken J.
Publisher: Scrying Eye Games
Date Added: 09/30/2016 08:45:16
Tall Ships 15: Caravel Fleet As a whole I can enthusiastically recomend this set. A fundamentally sound version of a trading vessel or a small warship makes it versitle. Coupled with the free Small Ships 1: Launches and Rafts you can print up the sea/ocean and beachhead, drop anchor and use the launches to go ashore. Price/Functionality 4+ A good representation of a Caravel, in it's fundamental form. Deck cleared of any anchors, capstain, cannons, wheel or cargo allow you to utilize the ship for many periods and game styles. While 3 different ships (by color and sails) are offered under sail, only one is offered in three version; under sail, with sails stowed (becalmed or not underway) and also docked with sails stowed. No additional changes to the docked version from the only sails stowed version other than the dock and 2 gangways. The aft gangway is oddly going to the upper aft deck. No additional tie offs, anchors or other "stowed" type items which to be expected with a stripped down version of a caravel...

Rating:
[4 of 5 Stars!]
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