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CreepyPasta the Role-Playing Game
by Ella H.
Publisher: 26 Letter Publishing
Date Added: 04/17/2018 20:45:20
CreepyPasta the Role-Playing Game I gave this five stars, so it would stand out in hope that maybe you'll see it. This is my last attempt to contact you. I'm sorry I ever invited you to play this game. I'm sorry to everyone, but especially you. I didn't have a choice though. I should have listened to the creator of this game and bought it from this site first. I think that's what must have happened to me and some of the others from the forums. The missing pages had some information about the game, and I guess they're needed to fully understand. I despise myself for not listening, but I thought this was just another tabletop game. I'm scared, and I'm all alone now. The forums aren't even there anymore. It's almost like they never even existed in the first place. The only one from our group that I've been able to find is Corey, but he won't talk to me. It's like he doesn't even remember me. I don't know what's going on. This game had so many reviews. Where did they all go? You can barely even find any information abou...

Rating:
[5 of 5 Stars!]
Heroic Fantasy Handbook
by Eric F.
Publisher: Autarch
Date Added: 04/17/2018 19:40:39
Heroic Fantasy Handbook Sometimes its not the genre but the way that a book presents the material. In this case The Heroic Fantasy Handbook From Autarch tries its best to heal a nagging ulcer that has existed in the table top role playing game fantasy book fandom since the early days. That is the divide between the fans of High fantasy vs Low fantasy. There's also a similar divide between modern Dark Fantasy fans & pure pulp magazine fans. The sub divisions of hobbies & fandom also spills over in to Sword & Planet vs Heroic Fantasy books & so forth. All of this B.S. spilled over into the Appendix N of Advanced Dungeons & Dragons in the first edition AD&D Dungeon Master's Guide back in '79. Basically its a way for others to turn their nose up at other people who are using the themes, ideas,etc. of any of the above to play adventures, campaigns, & games where the themes & elements of High Fantasy, Low Fantasy, Sword & Planet, Dark Fantasy, Pulp are used & mixed with gusto! Others haven't been playing their ...

Rating:
[5 of 5 Stars!]
Heavy Armored Knight Stock Art
by Jason B.
Publisher: Daniel Comerci Stock Art
Date Added: 04/17/2018 18:48:20
Heavy Armored Knight Stock Art Amazing quality and quite frankly, good price for such a picture. Used it as the cover for my freebie adventure on the DMs Guild, Encounter with the Edan Sha! I highly recomend this!

Rating:
[5 of 5 Stars!]
Powerchords: Music, Magic & Urban Fantasy
by jason w.
Publisher: Quiet Thunder Productions
Date Added: 04/17/2018 17:43:51
Powerchords: Music, Magic & Urban Fantasy This book was a labor of love by the author "Satyros" Phil Brucato. There is his love for music all throught this book. It even reads and looks like a table music magazine. There is all sorts of quotes from various musicians about their craft in there and it is a great source material for those who are looking for musically inclined characters or to just WHAT GOES INTO being a musician and all that entitles. It isnt easy as this book states, it is long and demanding, frustrating and rewarding at the same time. If you have ever played musician characters and wanted to add an air of authenticity to them, then this book is for you. ...

Rating:
[5 of 5 Stars!]
DDAL06-03 Crypt of the Death Giants (5e)
by Aaron T.
Publisher: Wizards of the Coast
Date Added: 04/17/2018 17:00:37
DDAL06-03 Crypt of the Death Giants (5e) Super tough tier 4 adventure. It has tough combat, it has a timer for success/fail, really makes these high level PCs "work hard for their money". The item at the end is.....Legen......wait for it.....dary!

Rating:
[4 of 5 Stars!]
The Book of Many Things
by Christen S.
Publisher: Samurai Sheepdog
Date Added: 04/17/2018 16:48:17
The Book of Many Things I wasn't really sure what to expect when I got this. Previous work had led me to expect tight thematic packages that were very well developed and focused. Looking at the solicitaiton this was clearly kind of something more like a cornucopia or shotgun blast of random fun pieces. Usually such products are fields of debris with a few quality bits to really lock on to. The wall of content I got after the download was nearly intimidating, but I quickly realized that each piece was gathered into nice consumable sections and it is rapidly become one of my favorite things to browse. And it keeps getting updated through the course of the year! This collection simply floored me on release and then continued to get more and more valuable. The sheer tidal wave of content is amazing. Piles of interesting racial options, a dozen new classes. Dollar for dollar you can't find a value in mechanical crunch that touches this product. Here are a few favorites: * Accelerist - One of the coolest speedst...

Rating:
[5 of 5 Stars!]
DDAL06-02 The Redemption of Kelvan (5e)
by Aaron T.
Publisher: Wizards of the Coast
Date Added: 04/17/2018 16:16:21
DDAL06-02 The Redemption of Kelvan (5e) This is a VERY trap heavy adventure and is a lead in to one of the Classic Carnival Dungeons, White Plume Mountain. It's not bad, but could be tough to keep the attention of newer players.

Rating:
[3 of 5 Stars!]
DDAL06-01 A Thousand Tiny Deaths (5e)
by Aaron T.
Publisher: Wizards of the Coast
Date Added: 04/17/2018 16:12:49
DDAL06-01 A Thousand Tiny Deaths (5e) This is a great adventure and a perfect tie into Ruins of Khundrakar for Season 6. As a Player I was in a party of mostly 1st level characters, and it gave us a TPK, so it is extremely tough if you have a semi devious DM. As a Dungeon Master I love how this Author took Kobolds and made them EXTREMELY deadly and EXTREMELY devious.

Rating:
[5 of 5 Stars!]
Wild Magic
by James E.
Publisher: Drop Dead Studios
Date Added: 04/17/2018 16:00:46
Wild Magic **Disclaimer:** I received a copy of this book as part of the Patreon campaign that funded it. So! This is a little different from most of the Spheres of Power expansions, and as the name implies, it's all about magic going bonkers. Sometimes this is unintended, like when the GM has a 'wild magic zone' the characters get into. Other times it may be on purpose, as powers like the Cantrips feat can be used to deliberately trigger a minor magical effect. Much like the ultimate in wild magic - the Deck of Many Things - the actual effects can swing between amusing, beneficial, or harmful. This isn't just one or two tables, though - this PDF is 94 pages long for a reason. We start off with an introduction to Wild Magic, including details on chance, how effects stack (short answer, "yes"), and what to do with chances over 100%. There's also the chance of a major magical event if your risk goes too high and you're using that rule, and while it's not quite as bad as the Deck, there a...

Rating:
[5 of 5 Stars!]
DDAL07-03 A Day at the Races (5e)
by Stephanie B.
Publisher: Wizards of the Coast
Date Added: 04/17/2018 15:24:50
DDAL07-03 A Day at the Races (5e) (THIS REVIEW CONTAINS SPOILERS-- and tips for GMs preparing to run this adventure) My group of 4 level 3's played this over the weekend. It took a little over 3 hours to finish; I would budget at least 3 hours for a newish group of PCs. The introduction and betting fell a little flat. The main NPC has a dialect that is difficult to get around-- I worked it by simplifying the dialect a bit, and prefacing the RP with "this NPC has a difficult accent, and that's deliberate." I also had had pre-existing contacts between NPCs and the players-- Pock Marked Po made a return in this adventure to serve as an introduction. The betting scene was very basic-- the avarice-minded PC was into it, but nobody else really was. They all wanted to examine the animals before the race, partly for evaluating their bets, and largely because they thought there was a big cheating investigation plot they needed to pursue. They were doggedly pursuing as many clues and leads as they could, but the reality...

Rating:
[4 of 5 Stars!]
Powerchords: Music, Magic & Urban Fantasy
by Jason P.
Publisher: Quiet Thunder Productions
Date Added: 04/17/2018 13:42:17
Powerchords: Music, Magic & Urban Fantasy In my view, the best part of this book is the path it illustrates from conceptualization of the character to expression of the character in terms of mechanics and rules. It does a remarkable job of illustrating that the duality of "crunch vs fluff" is not a foregone conclusion, and that you can find a balance between them in such a way that the roleplaying experience is enhanced.

Rating:
[5 of 5 Stars!]
Knights in the Sky
by mik m.
Publisher: Polaris Games
Date Added: 04/17/2018 10:50:37
Knights in the Sky My friend bought Hunters in the sky. It is the only game in the series I have played. I then bought Knights in the sky and Mig hunters. This game provides the ability to play WW1 aircraft games in a **simple** but not too simple game which actualy allows you to get on someones tail and shoot them down. The three titles I have mentioned use the same system scaled to suit the time period and allowing for technology growth. The game is easy and fun to play, with optional advanced rules. When you can play Knights of the air you can play Hunters in the sky or Mig hunters. I had to buy Mach speed hunters to complete the set and give me the opertunity to play in any time period. Mach speed hunters is a bit more complex having to allow for radar and missile combat but having played hunters in the sky for a total of about 3.5 hrs I am confident I could play any of the four sets without trouble. My recomendation is buy them all. Mik Marandola...

Rating:
[5 of 5 Stars!]
DCC Lankhmar: Through Ningauble's Cave
by Megan R. [Featured Reviewer]
Publisher: Goodman Games
Date Added: 04/17/2018 09:36:03
DCC Lankhmar: Through Ningauble's Cave This is a rather strange supplement. It's not an adventure, yet it can feature in your games. It's a location and an individual, drawn from the world of Lankhmar, and in a way serves as an introduction to this wonderful place. If you want, for example, to move an existing campaign to Lankhmar you can have the party discover the entrance to the cave somewhere in the current campaign world... The first part provides a description of both the cave and its owner, a wizard by the name of Ningauble of the Seven Eyes. If you know Lankhmar already you are probably familiar with him, if not suffice to say that he is a... well, it's a bit difficult to describe really. Somewhere within the caves squats something, something that appears man-like, cloaked, with all that you can see of his features being seven glowing eyes. He's one of the two most powerful sorcerers in Nehwon, opinions are varied as to whether he's the most powerful one. (He thinks he is, and it's probably best not to argue, cer...

Rating:
[5 of 5 Stars!]
RPG Fantasy Creature, Male, Minotaur
by Kevin G.
Publisher: Claudio Casini Art
Date Added: 04/17/2018 09:19:27
RPG Fantasy Creature, Male, Minotaur A wonderful piece of art, this is exactly what I was looking for when I started working on some minotaur content for my new book.

Rating:
[5 of 5 Stars!]
Torg Eternity Mission Generator
by Carl M.
Publisher: Ulisses Spiele
Date Added: 04/17/2018 02:29:22
Torg Eternity Mission Generator Excellent GMs aid and highly recommended. Lots of work and thought has gone into it. Well worth throwing a few shekels to the author.

Rating:
[5 of 5 Stars!]
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