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Ponyfinder - Everglow Bestiary
par Benjamin K.
Editeur: Silver Games LLC
Date Ajoutée: 10/20/2017 03:41:03
Ponyfinder - Everglow Bestiary The Everglow Bestiary adds a lot of fun options for creatures to use. A lot of them follow certain themes or settings and would be great in the right situations. My only complaint is that I would have liked an even larger variety of creatures to go with even more settings in Everglow.

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The Maelstrom Companion
par Keith H.
Editeur: Arion Games
Date Ajoutée: 10/20/2017 00:52:57
The Maelstrom Companion I can't fathom the original review posted here. I'd like to offer something I feel is more balanced, based on owning the PDF. **Basic Summary:** The book is an odds and sods expansion for the original game. This gives it a disjointed feel, but it does what it promises to do: plug gaps in the Maelstrom base game. **Layout:** Plain. Very easy to read, absolutely no flash for good or ill in the PDF. **Crunch:** New livings (Agent, Alchemist, Barber-Surgeon, Constable, Farmer, Friar, Hunter, Sailor, Servant, Tavern Keeper, Witch). Firearm rules, a particular gap in the original, are at last added, as is two-weapon fighting and an expanded magic system. Having not played them, I don't feel comfortable stating how well they work. Alchemy is the real treat for me, considering something Maelstrom became well-known for was its superb herbalism rules. Thankfully the author has mixed historical alchemism and the fantastic in equal measure, making it easier to adapt the material to bot...

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The Merchant of Breckenwald
par 5E S. G.
Editeur: Witherwind Games
Date Ajoutée: 10/19/2017 23:25:39
The Merchant of Breckenwald This is a cool and fun little adventure, and appropriately priced. Would be nice to see a few more of these! I played using 5e D&D rules (Dragonborn sorcerer), subbing in appropriate monsters / checks etc... I had 2 hirelings and I died. But I still had fun! Will try again when I get a chance. Well done to the author.

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Bags of Flavour [BUNDLE]
par Anna K.
Editeur: Dwarves in a Trenchcoat
Date Ajoutée: 10/19/2017 21:53:56
Bags of Flavour [BUNDLE] Buy this bundle NOW so you get MORE later! I recently found Dwarves in a Trenchcoat through his work with Chris Bissette and immediately picked up this bundle. The lists are fun, well-written, and you can easily work them into your campaign.

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Goblins: Army Pack
par Anna K.
Editeur: Trash Mob Minis
Date Ajoutée: 10/19/2017 21:20:43
Goblins: Army Pack I used many of these little dudes in my most recent game. The colors are vibrant for such small tokens and the sheets come with a LOT of goblins on each page, which made printing and cutting them out much easier. They were fun to play with and the players got a kick out of the art style!

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DDAL05-10 Giant Diplomacy (5e)
par Aaron N.
Editeur: Wizards of the Coast
Date Ajoutée: 10/19/2017 21:01:53
DDAL05-10 Giant Diplomacy (5e) If you are a DM who is a bit of a ham, then this is your chance to RP the heck out of a module. Figuring out the puzzles can be distracting for a party, so be prepared to offer hints. But the giant challenge section is a blast to RP out. And the story award available to characters who have played all of the Tier 1, Season 5 adventures is a lot of fun as well. I love to see a little bonus reward to serious and committed players who attend regularly. Some decent combat, but lots of RP fun.

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DDAL05-07 Chelimber's Descent (5e)
par Aaron N.
Editeur: Wizards of the Coast
Date Ajoutée: 10/19/2017 20:58:24
DDAL05-07 Chelimber's Descent (5e) I would have preferred to see Beneath the Fetid Chelimber (DDAL05-06) and this adventure combined into a 4 adventure. The second half of this story becomes a dungeon crawl, but it requires a lot of intelligent thought from the PCs, not just a series of die rolls. And if you have an unbalanced party, this can get really messy and frustrating fast. Still nice to run, but brush up on your maps skills - not a good adventure for theater of the mind.

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DDAL05-06 Beneath the Fetid Chelimber (5e)
par Aaron N.
Editeur: Wizards of the Coast
Date Ajoutée: 10/19/2017 20:55:06
DDAL05-06 Beneath the Fetid Chelimber (5e) Straight forward and to the point-explore and fight. Part 1 of the 2 Chelimber adventures for the Tier 1 Parnast story arc for season 5. It canbe run separately or as a 2 parter. Not much options here for the party - make some nice rolls while exploring and it can get easy. A couple of fights, and they are ready for part 2. Not the most challenging adventure, but a good setup for the second part - DDAL05-07.

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DDAL05-03 Uninvited Guests (5e)
par Aaron N.
Editeur: Wizards of the Coast
Date Ajoutée: 10/19/2017 20:52:05
DDAL05-03 Uninvited Guests (5e) Another adventure in the Parnast story arc. The NPCs give the players a mission, and turn them loose. Some choices will have to be made, and depending on the party's choice, the DM will have to select the appropriate outcome. Nicely written, I enjoyed playing some of the NPCs as pompous and overbearing. HAH! Back at you PCs. You are not the only cocky people in Faerun! Can run a little long, but still fun to DM.

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DDAL05-02 The Black Road (5e)
par Aaron N.
Editeur: Wizards of the Coast
Date Ajoutée: 10/19/2017 20:48:49
DDAL05-02 The Black Road (5e) I enjoyed playing and DMing the 3 story arcs for the Season 5 adventures. The Tiers are a series of interconnected adventures that can be played as stand alones, or as a part of the story arc. Tier 1 is set around Parnast, a town that has seen better days. The adventure here gets you to town, and has some nice combat and RP elements. I felt it was a nice combination and gave the players some options to go off script a bit. A nice setup for the rest of the arc. Plus I enjoy RPing the NPCs more when I know they will pop up in later adventures....

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ZWEIHÄNDER Grim & Perilous RPG - Core Book
par Nicholas S.
Editeur: Grim & Perilous Studios
Date Ajoutée: 10/19/2017 18:27:46
ZWEIHÄNDER Grim & Perilous RPG - Core Book This is a big, meaty tome that has made it's way back to our gaming table every week for the last few months. It contains within it everything you'd reasonably need to run the game, with clearly explained rules and a fun, soon comprehended system with just enough crunch to make system mastery a viable and worthy goal. It is a fine and worthy successor to the WFRP that I enjoyed in my youth, with just enough modern design conventions implemented to speed up play at the table and keep a session thrilling and perilous from beginning to end. This is a recommendation however, has a strong caveat: the book is so large and dense and crammed full of goodness that it's a little unweildy at times. There will, and has been on many occasions with my group, where one of us will half recall a rule that's present in the game, at which point we spend 10 minutes trying to remember which obscure location that rule is located and eventually giving up and ignoring it. This is fine and to be expected w...

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Blood Dark Thirst
par Gerald W.
Editeur: Kort'thalis Publishing
Date Ajoutée: 10/19/2017 17:27:48
Blood Dark Thirst Okay, so received my copy of Blood Dark Thirst and printed out the Print Friendly version. It's not a huge book, only 12 double-sided pages, for a 24 page count, so it won't kill your printer or break the bank if you have to have it printed out elsewhere. First, the fonts used print clear and dark. That's important, because if you have older eyes it helps you to read easier. This is often a peeve I run into with new products. Light print and small fonts make game material frustrating for older customers. Thankfully, the folks at Kort'thalis take this into account. Thank you. I'm a newbie to the system, so I read the rules through as a first time player just learning the ropes. It didn't take long, the rules are pretty straight forward, and not complicated. If you're an experienced tabletop rpg player, then you'll be able to play with a minimum of setup. If you're a newblood (pun intended), you'll still be able to play the game, but it'll take a bit more prep work on your behalf. ...

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Night of the Slashers
par Justin I.
Editeur: Neoplastic Press
Date Ajoutée: 10/19/2017 17:02:28
Night of the Slashers This (and some dice) are all you need for all sorts of one-shot slasher adventures. What's not to love? The art is great, the text is tight, and the concept is great.

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King Arthur Pendragon: Edition 5.2
par William M.
Editeur: Nocturnal Media
Date Ajoutée: 10/19/2017 16:20:20
King Arthur Pendragon: Edition 5.2 What game has a chance against KAP? Not many. I wrote a full in-depth review here: https://liamwrites.com/2017/10/19/rpg-review-king-arthur-pen-
dragon-v5-2/

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B/X Essentials: Core Rules
par Jon M.
Editeur: Necrotic Gnome Productions
Date Ajoutée: 10/19/2017 15:36:29
B/X Essentials: Core Rules This book boils down the B/X rules into a setting agnostic form and is perfect for those world builders that want familiar B/X rule set but are looking to put their own flavor of custom classes, equipment and creatures on top. Looking forward to further books in this series: Classes & Equipment, Spells, and Monsters. Organization of this book is excellent and the small printed booklet should make a useful table reference for combat, turn sequence, and more. And I intend to use this with my players as a reference, and for my own world building as this fairly lightweight reference has enough of B/X for things important to my own campaign such as ship travel and travel through air....

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