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Frontier Explorer - Issue 15
par Philip C.
Editeur: Frontier Explorer
Date Ajoutée: 02/06/2016 08:35:43
Frontier Explorer - Issue 15 Always a good magazine with a good mix of articles expanding the rules and setting of the Star Frontiers game but can easily be adapted to any other Sci Fi RPG. A couple of nice fiction stories and continuing comic series round out the offerings.

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Ponyfinder - Campaign Setting
par Rob B.
Editeur: Silver Games LLC
Date Ajoutée: 02/06/2016 07:40:07
Ponyfinder - Campaign Setting I backed this when it was on kickstarter because it thought it could be really interesting. It doesn't hurt that I like MLP too. When the book finally came out, it was filled with imagination and great ideas. It sparked my interest in roleplaying again, and it got me interested in pathfinder. The races are diverse and each of the races has a great backstory. There is good information to for making great characters. The lore behind the setting has lots of hooks to drive an adventure. There are notable characters to fill out the world and for your characters to intereact with. If there was anything that could be better it would be the gods list, it is very short and could use more diversity. It has been an excellent book and definitely worth the money....

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Interface Zero 2.0: Full Metal Cyberpunk
par David N.
Editeur: Gun Metal Games
Date Ajoutée: 02/06/2016 06:35:40
Interface Zero 2.0: Full Metal Cyberpunk I genuinely love this setting, for a lot of different reasons. I won't be talking about the rules, since aside from a few (very good) additions it's Savage Worlds 1. It's a pure cyberpunk setting and despite how crowded it makes the setting, it tries to cram in every trope into the book. There's a reviewer who claims the setting lifts a lot from Shadowrun. I'd say they share similarities because they're both playing with all of the standard Cyberpunk topics, old and new. This isn't theft. There are a few truths about classic Cyberpunk, the top ones being that the US collapses, the East rises and there are scary AIs busy doing scary AI things. This gives you that wonderful Neuromancer nostalgia that you always want. The book even references Snow Crash, with the crazy pizza delivery driver occupation, which I think some might have taken at face value, as opposed to a joke. The setting packs in psychics, designer humans, human animal hybrids, full body cyborgs, androids, bioroids an...

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MYRIAD ALIENS - Even Stranger Options for Role-Play Adventure
par Customer Name Withheld
Editeur: Sanguine Productions
Date Ajoutée: 02/06/2016 05:53:38
MYRIAD ALIENS - Even Stranger Options for Role-Play Adventure I don't know what sort of issue Robert H. had, but he should check his downloads again. The book is provided with the front and back covers as .jpg files and the interior as a .pdf. Kind of odd packaging, but all the content is there. It also continues Sanguine's weird page numbering, as if this can be inserted into an omnibus edition without renumbering pages. Not a problem really, but if you're unfamiliar with their practice it's kind of jarring to see the book start with page 279. The alien races are neat, and some are pretty weird, so if you're looking for more options for Myriad Song characters it's quite handy....

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Tiny Dungeon Print and Play Bundle
par Customer Name Withheld
Editeur: Smoking Salamander
Date Ajoutée: 02/06/2016 00:09:38
Tiny Dungeon Print and Play Bundle This game was simple and quite fun. I have played a little bit with both my normal RPG group and my 10 year old son and couple friends of his. Both groups were up and running quite quickly and had tons of fun. The simple rules make it really quick to grasp and leave massive room for imagination. I highly reccomend this for groups of advanced players who want a very roleplay and imagination heavy game, but also for beginners who aren't sure if RPG's are for them. I think both groups will find what their looking for in this simple, yet awesome, game....

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Fragged Empire Adventure - Genetic Spectres
par Richard R.
Editeur: Design Ministries
Date Ajoutée: 02/05/2016 23:45:33
Fragged Empire Adventure - Genetic Spectres Just a brief review; I hope that's alright. I'm running this for my group right now and I have to say this is probably the best published adventure I've ever read. It's goes beyond just the adventure with optional background hooks to develop PC relationships with NPCs, which does a great job of building tension and making the game much more interesting than a dungeon crawl, or a 2-sided conflict.

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Gauntlet of Spiragos [5E OGL adventure]
par Toby C.
Editeur: Nocturnal & Onyx Path
Date Ajoutée: 02/05/2016 23:11:33
Gauntlet of Spiragos [5E OGL adventure] A great adventure, looks good, really interesting ideas with the location. My only disappointment was that there weren't more maps for the later parts of the monsters' complex - creating my own would be okay, but I prefer not to do work if I can!

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Icar Fleet Setting
par Emmett O.
Editeur: Rob Lang Games
Date Ajoutée: 02/05/2016 17:06:13
Icar Fleet Setting The game you always knew you wanted to play in Icar is finally here!

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S1-4: Dungeons of Dread (1e)
par Andy A.
Editeur: Wizards of the Coast
Date Ajoutée: 02/05/2016 16:24:14
S1-4: Dungeons of Dread (1e) As a lifelong DM (since 1978) and huge fan of the S-Series modules, I was excited when this premium edition hardcover came out in 2013! I do enjoy it - it's great to have all the adventures in one tome and I've run them straight out of it several times. The pdf is good too - easy to read, print from and most importantly - it's easy to search! I do have several complaints, however... The "premium edition" (both HC & pdf versions) missed the opportunity to include the gorgeous color covers (front and back) form these classic adventures. The artwork from the original artists (David C. Southerland III, Jeff Dee & Erol Otus) are some of the best in the hobby's long history (plus S1 & S2 had TWO covers - monochrome & full color) - and WotC has missed an opportunity to preserve them as color plates. The biggest shame of all is that the stellar color plates from the original S3 module are reproduced in black & white, which really doesn't do justice to them at all (they're grey and grainy)....

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A0-A4: Against the Slave Lords (1e)
par Andy A.
Editeur: Wizards of the Coast
Date Ajoutée: 02/05/2016 16:11:21
A0-A4: Against the Slave Lords (1e) As a lifelong DM (since 1978) and huge fan of the A-Series modules, I was excited when this premium edition hardcover came out in 2013! I do enjoy it - especially Skip Williams' stellar A0 Danger At Darkshelf Quarry, the author's prefaces and the way it looks on my old school RPG shelf (it's a gorgeous book!). It's great to have all the adventures in one tome and I've run them straight out of it several times. The pdf is good too - ieasy to read, print from and most importantly - it's easy to search! My only complaint, and it's a minor one. The "premium edition" (both HC & pdf versions) missed the opportunity to include the gorgeous color covers (front and back) form these classic adventures. The artwork from the original artists (Jeff Dee, Jim Roslof & Erol Otus) are some of the best in the hobby's long history - and WotC has missed an opportunity to preserve them as color plates. The A0 cover is only hinted at (as a thumbnail on the removable cardboard that came with the HC). What a ...

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BattleTech: Turning Points: Epsilon Eridani
par Richard R.
Editeur: Catalyst Game Labs
Date Ajoutée: 02/05/2016 15:15:10
BattleTech: Turning Points: Epsilon Eridani I found it informative just wish it was just a little longer. Also wish the mech complent was non existant would love to know which mechs were being used

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Gauntlet of Spiragos [5E OGL adventure]
par Dominic W.
Editeur: Nocturnal & Onyx Path
Date Ajoutée: 02/05/2016 14:15:04
Gauntlet of Spiragos [5E OGL adventure] Very good product fit well into my campaing and was fun to play.

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Gauntlet of Spiragos [5E OGL adventure]
par Kel M.
Editeur: Nocturnal & Onyx Path
Date Ajoutée: 02/05/2016 14:00:53
Gauntlet of Spiragos [5E OGL adventure] A fine example of the OGL at work. Artwork is beautiful, maps are handy and descriptive, and the adventure overall is well-paced. Does a nice job of balancing the "comforting" feel of being "standard D&D" with unique elements that make it different and original. The only (very mild) criticism I would make is that stats for opponents (whether taken from the MM or later in the adventure) make you flip to another page or pull out another book, but I suppose it helps conserve space. Good job!...

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Fire When Ready
par Greg B.
Editeur: A and A Games
Date Ajoutée: 02/05/2016 13:33:46
Fire When Ready Excellent well researched and highly detailed set of rules.

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The Fright at Tristor (3e)
par Dustin C.
Editeur: Wizards of the Coast
Date Ajoutée: 02/05/2016 13:21:18
The Fright at Tristor (3e) I loved the adventure. Granted, I am a noob (both as a player and as a DM) but I thought this was a fantastic story. Yes, it is a campaign for level one characters, but it is by no means a cakewalk. The primary antagonist is very unique, powerful, and difficult to find. I would say the campaign is not so much encounter oriented as it is political. This adventure gives the players a few unique challenges (at least in comparison to the linear, encounter based "adventures" that I'm used to playing with my awful DM friend)....

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