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#30 Haunts for Battlefields (PFRPG)
by Trev W.
Publisher: Rite Publishing
Date Added: 02/07/2016 21:12:57
#30 Haunts for Battlefields (PFRPG) These are great. The effects are particularly strong in their description. I’ve started a new game, and some of these haunts will be great for the low-level players to investigate. As I later plan plenty of death, tragedy and upheaval, the rest of the haunts (and the more lethal ones) will find a place in my game as a means to add more to standard areas. My favourites were the burning barracks haunt, as it perfectly fits with the game I am going to run, and the Circle of the Sacrificed, because that was really messed up. :D The grave gasp haunt would be good to set up something else while the players are captured by skeletal hands, and Corrupted Earth is a good haunt for a TPK. It is brutal, and could dish out over 90 damage in 3 rounds. The contagion haunt (due to grave robbing) is pretty much a read-made adventure on its own for why a village or town is plagued by filth fever. That was also great to read, and ready to use for a game. The haunts of this compact product are ex...

Rating:
[5 of 5 Stars!]
Forgotten Tomb (5e)
by Alyssa C.
Publisher: R&D Adventures
Date Added: 02/07/2016 14:49:10
Forgotten Tomb (5e) I tried this one shot with two different groups and both cross gross groups really enjoyed it. The encounter was short straight forward and the introduction of the skeletons was really fun for me as the GM--one group discovered them by proximity and the other by yelling to party members. If you're looking for something fun and a challenge with traps I'd recommend this prosecution product. And the map is clear and straight forward.

Rating:
[5 of 5 Stars!]
Dungeons on Demand: Volume Three
by Jonathan B.
Publisher: Dan Coleman Productions
Date Added: 02/07/2016 10:20:42
Dungeons on Demand: Volume Three I've been devouring these dungeons over the pas 24 hours since they were released. They're all amazing. Buy these if you need some new and interesting dungeons for your games!

Rating:
[5 of 5 Stars!]
2015 Dodecahedron Cartographic Review
by Thomas D.
Publisher: ZERObarrier
Date Added: 02/07/2016 07:42:22
2015 Dodecahedron Cartographic Review Dyson makes the most gorgeous, and useful, maps. This compendium is a steal. Highly recommended.

Rating:
[5 of 5 Stars!]
Dungeons on Demand: Volume Two
by JiaJian T.
Publisher: Dan Coleman Productions
Date Added: 02/07/2016 03:18:45
Dungeons on Demand: Volume Two My group have played several of his adventures. One of my friend brought Vol 1 of his Dungeon on Demand and I used it during a hombrew game. His modules are highly details, provides a lot more than just basic boring adventure hook that you see in many other adventures out there. The way he provide the documents is also extremely user friendly! Printer friendly versions, maps, player maps and DM maps separated, tables are provided in Microsoft Excel, Open Office and just XML format etc. Just extremely thoughful when he provides the documents. I've supported his kickstarter and brought all 3 dungeons on demand even though I already have V1 from a friend but this guy deserves the support. As a DM that runs a lot of Adventurer's League Expeditions, his adventures are much more organized. Very excited to start running his V2 and V3 adventures. [Review is the same for all the products I've received as of Feb 7, 2016]...

Rating:
[5 of 5 Stars!]
Dungeons on Demand: Volume Three
by JiaJian T.
Publisher: Dan Coleman Productions
Date Added: 02/07/2016 03:18:32
Dungeons on Demand: Volume Three I should be honest and say I haven't ran any of his V3 yet but V1 and V2 yes and I'm very impressed and please with them. My group have played several of his adventures. One of my friend brought Vol 1 of his Dungeon on Demand and I used it during a hombrew game. His modules are highly details, provides a lot more than just basic boring adventure hook that you see in many other adventures out there. The way he provide the documents is also extremely user friendly! Printer friendly versions, maps, player maps and DM maps separated, tables are provided in Microsoft Excel, Open Office and just XML format etc. Just extremely thoughful when he provides the documents. I've supported his kickstarter and brought all 3 dungeons on demand even though I already have V1 from a friend but this guy deserves the support. As a DM that runs a lot of Adventurer's League Expeditions, his adventures are much more organized. Very excited to start running his V2 and V3 adventures. [R...

Rating:
[5 of 5 Stars!]
Dungeons on Demand: Volume One
by JiaJian T.
Publisher: Dan Coleman Productions
Date Added: 02/07/2016 03:17:38
Dungeons on Demand: Volume One My group have played several of his adventures. One of my friend brought Vol 1 of his Dungeon on Demand and I used it during a hombrew game. His modules are highly details, provides a lot more than just basic boring adventure hook that you see in many other adventures out there. The way he provide the documents is also extremely user friendly! Printer friendly versions, maps, player maps and DM maps separated, tables are provided in Microsoft Excel, Open Office and just XML format etc. Just extremely thoughful when he provides the documents. I've supported his kickstarter and brought all 3 dungeons on demand even though I already have V1 from a friend but this guy deserves the support. As a DM that runs a lot of Adventurer's League Expeditions, his adventures are much more organized. Very excited to start running his V2 and V3 adventures. [Review is the same for all the products I've received as of Feb 7, 2016]...

Rating:
[5 of 5 Stars!]
Devils in the Details (Level 16 PCs)
by JiaJian T.
Publisher: Dan Coleman Productions
Date Added: 02/07/2016 03:16:49
Devils in the Details (Level 16 PCs) My group have played several of his adventures. One of my friend brought Vol 1 of his Dungeon on Demand and I used it during a hombrew game. His modules are highly details, provides a lot more than just basic boring adventure hook that you see in many other adventures out there. The way he provide the documents is also extremely user friendly! Printer friendly versions, maps, player maps and DM maps separated, tables are provided in Microsoft Excel, Open Office and just XML format etc. Just extremely thoughful when he provides the documents. I've supported his kickstarter and brought all 3 dungeons on demand even though I already have V1 from a friend but this guy deserves the support. As a DM that runs a lot of Adventurer's League Expeditions, his adventures are much more organized. Very excited to start running his V2 and V3 adventures....

Rating:
[5 of 5 Stars!]
DRAGONLOCK: Dungeon Expansion Set 1
by Nicolas D.
Publisher: Fat Dragon Games
Date Added: 02/07/2016 02:08:00
DRAGONLOCK: Dungeon Expansion Set 1 The expansion set 1 is a nice addon to the basic set. The secret wall en 2 ruined wall sections are very nice for Frostgrave scenery. The quality of the files is really good. For the best print you should print it with a layer height of 200 micron.

Rating:
[5 of 5 Stars!]
Two Page Mini Delve - Cave of Crystals
by Simon B.
Publisher: Roving Band of Misfits Press
Date Added: 02/06/2016 22:45:01
Two Page Mini Delve - Cave of Crystals Just had a session of playing this mini delve -- lots of fun! The campaign description states that the delve will take 1-2 hours, but our own took about 3 hours. The players seemed to really get invested in the world and got all curious as to why the crystals were cloudy, what the altar was for, what the pit was for, etc. The end part of the campaign (when all the spiders had been taken care of and Kurisha was appeased) ended up being a feud between the player who wanted to sneak the flumphs away and use them to clear the crystals, and the player who had fallen in love with the creatures and wanted no harm done to them! Eventually it was agreed that the party take on the crystals withut flumph aid, and managed to control the situation and get the crystals they came for. I really underestimated this little dungeon. I thought it'd be a fun little diversion, but the players resonated with it very well. I'll definitely be giving them the other free campaigns soon, as well as picking ...

Rating:
[5 of 5 Stars!]
The Ninja Crusade 2nd Edition
by Customer Name Withheld
Publisher: Third Eye Games
Date Added: 02/06/2016 21:26:43
The Ninja Crusade 2nd Edition A really great system that allows for all sorts of fun, cinematic-style characters that each feel unique in their own right. The book has a slightly weird ordering that makes you flip back and forth between some of the pages while making a character, but once you get everything down it all flows great! The ruleset also lends itself to very creative storytelling, allowing battles to become far more interesting than simply "roll your strength to hit 17."

Rating:
[5 of 5 Stars!]
Faces of Misery
by Customer Name Withheld
Publisher: Avalon Game Company
Date Added: 02/06/2016 19:04:38
Faces of Misery DO NOT BUY THIS!! Instead of the aformantioned deck of inspiring cards I got a 22page polish document which I can't even read a single page of... I tried downloading it again 3 times but every time I got the same 22 page long polish all text thing... Throughly dissapointed, and it feels like I just thrown money out the window...

Rating:
[1 of 5 Stars!]
Drakonheim: City of Bones
by Timothy B.
Publisher: Sneak Attack Press
Date Added: 02/06/2016 18:57:57
Drakonheim: City of Bones This book provides a combination of a city worthy of basing a campaign, its factions, notable figures, threats and other areas of conflict, and adventure seeds. It strikes a balance between enough detail to run a campaign and so much detail that you can't make it your own. As a 13th Age GM, I appreciate that this book speaks in the same archetypical language as 13th Age core rules and default setting. Figures are described as icons of a particular fantasy trope. There's a lich king, an emperor, a dwarven kingdom, a fallen empire, and a hobgoblin lord, for example. Their past actions are described, without detailing their personalities. This leaves the campaign setting open, so you can decide if the hobgoblin lord is completely evil and beyond redepmtion, or is he a more complex figure, with a culture at odds with the human-centric Drakonheim? Once again, there's just the right amount of detail, and it's all presented in a system-neutral manner. If you like undead, then you'...

Rating:
[5 of 5 Stars!]
Red Chains - 5e
by Samuel S.
Publisher: Sasquatch Game Studio
Date Added: 02/06/2016 18:21:53
Red Chains - 5e This adventure, which I plan on adapting to the Forgotten Realms (by substituting locations) is very evocative of Conan stories and my all-time favorite, Savage Sword of Conan. The adventure is pretty straight forward, with lots of opportunities for role playing and scene setting, and has a very cinematic final battle. Really cool.

Rating:
[4 of 5 Stars!]
Enchanted Armory: Spectacular Shields (for 5e)
by CP N.
Publisher: The Le Games
Date Added: 02/06/2016 18:09:53
Enchanted Armory: Spectacular Shields (for 5e) There are a good many shields listed which I could see using in my own campaigns. I also appreciated the professional, sleek design of the pdf which will help in printing without having a lot of wasted colored ink.

Rating:
[4 of 5 Stars!]
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