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Laws of the Night (Revised)
by Alex W.
Publisher: White Wolf
Date Added: 07/03/2014 11:49:13
Laws of the Night (Revised) Lets get a few things out of the way: This is an old White Wolf book, so the index, while being there, is not as helpful as I would like. Any 'See Page XX' references, if they give numbers, are largely wrong, or are literally "See Page XX". Cross referencing is not a strong suit of old White Wolf books. That said, its an Old White Wolf book, and I can't really ding the book for that, as I knew that going in. The art isn't complete crap (in fact, its just some photography for the most part, and decent photography at that). My real criticisms of the book is the layout. If you are going through the first time to create your character, the layout is actually pretty sane, but if you just need a quick reference, its tedious to keep jumping around the character creation chapter. If you do classic WoD larping, you can't pass this up, and at the current price, why would you?...

Rating:
[4 of 5 Stars!]
Wield
by Alexander L. [Featured Reviewer]
Publisher: John Wick Presents
Date Added: 07/03/2014 08:19:27
Wield Originally posted at: http://diehardgamefan.com/2014/07/03/tabletop-review-wield/ -
Wield is one of those Kickstarter successes that just takes you by surprise. Looking for only three thousand dollars, Wield brought in nearly 1,100 backers and raised over twenty-seven grand! Not bad for a little game that could be yours for as low as five dollars. I know I was a backer. I mean, at worst I would be out five dollars and I’ve been looking for a game similar to Bloodlust, except in English. Hey, I may speak/read/write French, but very few of my friends do, and Bloodlust is only in francais. Wield definitely felts inspired by Bloodlust in terms of the core theme, but it differs greatly in both mechanics and demographics. Bloodlust for example is very dark and filled with mature themes while Wield can be for any age as it’s extremely setting-lite. Mechanics-wise…well, I can’t say I cared for Wield, and we’ll take look why below. So what is Wield about? Well think of Elric and Stormbringe...

Rating:
[3 of 5 Stars!]
Threats: Dawn of the Dwimmerlaik (Diceless)
by Trev W.
Publisher: Rite Publishing
Date Added: 07/03/2014 00:39:30
Threats: Dawn of the Dwimmerlaik (Diceless) Dawn of the Dwimmerlaik should have its art complimented from the outset. The Dwimmerlaik (DWL) seem almost native American in design, and those elongated faces are more than a little creepy. What they do and their powers do not reduce their creepiness. This is a heavy-information text and there is a lot inside it. It is set up as unconfirmed documents on the mysterious Dwimmerlaik. They are apparently magic users and mentalists and quiet alien. As such there are astral channelling rules included. They seem a bit like inquisitive mages, probing Lovecraftian mysteries in the attempt to get ahead. I don’t want to reveal too much, but it is quite rich and the DWL could be mysterious allies, manipulators or enemies. Coming to grips with them will be difficult for the players, as their astral powers could easily keep foes at length while they move their pieces around any campaign board. There are magic items, like the portal tearing knife and clan houses are detailed so that a GM can...

Rating:
[5 of 5 Stars!]
Pieces of Fate: Wyvern Coops & Easter Dragons (FATE)
by Trev W.
Publisher: Rite Publishing
Date Added: 07/02/2014 23:37:10
Pieces of Fate: Wyvern Coops & Easter Dragons (FATE) Pieces of Fate: Wyvern Coops and Easter Dragons is a fun, short supplement. It has some ideas and rules on dragons, wyverns and their weaponization and proliferation in your games. The idea of making wyverns as numerous as chickens and that they both taste like chicken, is pretty crazy (crazy good!) when you think about it. Then imagine that in a modern, wild west or post-apoc setting, there are giant wyvern eggs that can feed thirty, they can be used to make concrete and used for construction, but it is a whole lot of tech and danger to get them. You could use machines to fetch them, but the wyverns often eat them. *gulp* I smell adventure, and fried egg... What sticks out most to me, is the funny, succinct storytelling in this supplement. I know a friend that likes wild west, Serenity and prairie settings and I am letting him know about this. Wyverns for all. This also has the rules for a wyvern poop barrage. 5/5. I regret nothing....

Rating:
[5 of 5 Stars!]
Lucien's Guide: The Black Files (Diceless)
by Trev W.
Publisher: Rite Publishing
Date Added: 07/02/2014 23:08:01
Lucien's Guide: The Black Files (Diceless) Lucien’s Guide begins with a picture of a very creepy looking undead, chained underground with its mouth sewn shut and tearing at a beautiful glowing insect. This certainly has a lot of mystery, and this theme continues throughout as this book is about “some of the deepest secrets of the Universe” in the Lords of Gossamer & Shadow setting. The preface is a great little primer by the character-author Lucien and it is very entertaining. The text is a series of reports by Lucien for the GM. It is conversational, easy to read, and pretty fun to go through. There are a lot of jokes in-text and some very useful summaries in the conversation Lucien is having with the reader. Rob Donoghue can clearly write and it is believable, because while discussing ancient horrors the character of Lucien is frank with a sense of humour. How else would you discuss it? It is like this knowledgeable character is trying to get this information out as clearly as possible while also taking the reader along...

Rating:
[5 of 5 Stars!]
Baronica: A Dungeon World Campaign Front
by Craig D.
Publisher: Three Sages Games
Date Added: 07/02/2014 21:43:38
Baronica: A Dungeon World Campaign Front This is new territory. Few Dungeon World Campaign Fronts exist at the published stage, and it's a relief to see publishers such as Three Sages fill this void. I've played with this product long enough to know that it is a perfect environment in to which a group can be dropped for a very entertaining Dungeon World campaign. In other words, I've lost several characters in it as a player and killed off several as a narrator. We were all delighted at the quality of their demise! The key is that this product turns what works best as a one-off narrative game engine into an environment where players can experience old-school gaming tropes with new-school mechanics. Only those who have tried a thing have earned the right to judge a thing. Earn that right with this product, right now!...

Rating:
[4 of 5 Stars!]
Shadowrun: Street Grimoire
by Stanley B.
Publisher: Catalyst Game Labs
Date Added: 07/02/2014 14:39:54
Shadowrun: Street Grimoire Simply put, this book is interesting. The flavor is spot-on, the topics brought up useful, the various magical threats interesting and feasible to use. As a Shadowrun fan, I can find a use for most of the information, which has piqued my interest for a couple new character concepts. While I think there could have been some additional adept powers or metamagics, my big issue is the editing. Dozens of errors are in this book, and only two of them that I noticed were typos. The majority were random words, parts that had to have been deleted sections that they missed portions of, etc. It's aggravating, to say the least, when I pay twenty-five dollars for a book and get that many errors. I see less mistakes in the various novels I purchase, and they have a word count that dwarfs the Shadowrun books. Also, there was a single story error involving one of the chapter comments by a character who died towards the end of Fourth Edition. Besides those flaws however, the book is great. ...

Rating:
[4 of 5 Stars!]
ICONS Superpowered Roleplaying: The Assembled Edition
by Michael S.
Publisher: Ad Infinitum Adventures
Date Added: 07/02/2014 11:03:52
ICONS Superpowered Roleplaying: The Assembled Edition Steve Kenson and Dan Houser knock it out of the park once again with Icons: The Assembled Edition! The book is very well written. The art is fantastic. The truly awesome Icons system is even better with more options drawn from with out being too heavy. I love how all my Icons books are still useful with very little work. This new edition truly brings Icons to my gaming table like never before! Thank you guys! Great job!

Rating:
[5 of 5 Stars!]
Racial Ecologies: Living Dolls
by mike k.
Publisher: Fat Goblin Games
Date Added: 07/02/2014 10:55:48
Racial Ecologies: Living Dolls Just got this last night... I am always on the look out for something to help get my kids into roleplaying... well if living toys don't do it .I don't know what will.. my girls are big fans of toy soldiers,toystory, plucker,coraline..etc... I think they will really like this... as stated before the only real problem is healing and bringing them back from the dead unless you have a hot line to the Blue Fairy... but we can work around that... So when the lil princess gets kidnapped there is noone to save her but her best friends...her toys......

Rating:
[4 of 5 Stars!]
ICONS Superpowered Roleplaying: The Assembled Edition
by Anthony P.
Publisher: Ad Infinitum Adventures
Date Added: 07/02/2014 10:03:02
ICONS Superpowered Roleplaying: The Assembled Edition A few years ago when I first picked up ICONS, I did it because I didn't have access to my copies of Mutants and Masterminds. My friends and I wanted to run something supers related but none of us had our normal materials so I popped onto the internet and did a quick search for something that would let us get to playing quick. I'd always liked the old school Marvel RPG as well as FUDGE/FATE and ICONS looked simple enough. I figured "Hey, why not". We rolled up our characters, had a hilarious time trying to sort them out and come up with great names and origin stories. Our game was a little on the wild side, we played Super Powered Lawyers who used their abilities to handle all the different harassment, threats, bribes, and other problems that a single Mega Corp (also run by a powered being) used against our clients (Think Harvey Birdman Attorney At Law, but a whole lot less humor). The game only lasted one session but that was all I needed to come to appreicate ICONS for wh...

Rating:
[5 of 5 Stars!]
Throne of Night Book One: Dark Frontier
by Guild F.
Publisher: Fire Mountain Games
Date Added: 07/02/2014 08:04:52
Throne of Night Book One: Dark Frontier Gary McBride and Fire Mountain Games are a scam! They funded these products with KIckstarter, are now making money on them here, but have not provided their backers with the rewards they promised! Don't buy anything from these thieves and lairs!

Rating:
[1 of 5 Stars!]
Parsantium: City at the Crossroads
by Thilo G. [Featured Reviewer]
Publisher: Ondine Publishing
Date Added: 07/02/2014 04:26:01
Parsantium: City at the Crossroads An Endzeitgeist.com review This massive city sourcebook clocks in at a brutal 178 pages, 1 page front cover, 1 page blank inside the front cover, 1 page editorial, 1 page ToC,1 page SRD, 1 page back cover, leaving us with a whopping 172 pages of content, so let's take a look, shall we? Author Richard Green kicks off the book by telling of its genesis - the city's inspiration would essentially be a Byzantium-inspired metropolis, closer to far-east influences than our real world equivalent was - and of course, as one glimpse at the superb 2-page map by Jonathan Roberts (Yes, THE Jonathan Roberts - you know the Fantastic Maps/Song of Fire and Ice-cartographer!) tells us, the city is vast and detailed. Nestled around a massive river delta flowing into the ocean, the city covers the north and south banks with its sprawling streets, while the merchant quarter, situated on the central island, the walls, the extents of the harbor and docks just feel right- all of these, at a glance,...

Rating:
[5 of 5 Stars!]
Village Backdrop: Summerford
by Thilo G. [Featured Reviewer]
Publisher: Raging Swan Press
Date Added: 07/02/2014 04:22:28
Village Backdrop: Summerford An Endzeitgeist.com review This installment of the Village Backdrop-series is 10 pages long, 1 page front cover, 1 page editorial, 1 page advertisement, 1 page SRD and 1 page back cover, leaving us with 5 pages of content, so let's take a look, shall we? As in all installments of the village backdrop-series, we get a whole array of supplemental information -from the village statblock to rumors, nomenclature, notable places to information on trade and industry and even dressing habits, the supplement covers quite an interesting array of information to run the village. Life in Summerford is good - while at first simply created as an outpost, the discovery of iron in the nearby renamed iron hills has seen the village grow and prosper, with the dominant local family even slowly gaining a chance to reach for nobility - at least in theory. In practice, unrest is brewing between the mine and the trading outpost of Summerford, for the mines have been besieged by kobold incur...

Rating:
[4 of 5 Stars!]
Rite Map Pack: City by the Sea
by Thilo G. [Featured Reviewer]
Publisher: Rite Publishing
Date Added: 07/02/2014 04:16:26
Rite Map Pack: City by the Sea AN Endzeitgeist.com review This map pack depicts a City by the Sea on 16 pages, 1 page front cover, 1 page editorial, leaving 14 pages for the maps, so let's take a look! The first map depicts a massive, walled city by the sea, with streets connecting organically gates with the area around the harbor and one section of the city on a hill. It should be noted that unlike Port Shaw, Freeport etc., there is no huge harbor here, but rather the harbor can be considered just one part of the city, not one of its defining, center features. The second page also has the city, this time depicted horizontal - with a truly jarring white box of text on the parchment-like header and a similarly jarring list of important buildings. Layout-wise, these white, angular boxes on a background of parchment are a total disaster that thankfully only mars this one rendition of the map - until you click on it, when the white box disappears. Printing it out, the boxes disappeared, but for t...

Rating:
[4 of 5 Stars!]
Rourke the Hexbuster
by Giuseppe P.
Publisher: DieGo Comics Publishing Ltd
Date Added: 07/02/2014 03:33:36
Rourke the Hexbuster Really enjoyed reading this. It was very entertaining, with lovely artwork, and the character was likeable and funny. The overall narrative was great and I really like the whole story. I liked that the story was narrated as a diary by Kylie, the teenager daughter of Rourke, and cannot wait to read their future adventures to find out how the relationship between father and daughter develop.

Rating:
[5 of 5 Stars!]
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