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SpellCards 5e
by Customer Name Withheld
Publisher: Myth Merchant Press
Date Added: 05/17/2016 23:24:52
SpellCards 5e 5e spells are plagued with unwieldly descriptions that are way too verbose to deal with mid-game. Enter **SpellCards 5e**, which expertly rectifies that problem. The real reason you want to buy this product is because of the condensed mechanics; all the important information is presented exactly where it needs to be, and all the stuff you don't care about is eschewed. The fact that it's packaged in a nice double-sided card format is just icing on the cake.

Rating:
[5 of 5 Stars!]
Oath of the Dead (fiction)
by Michael H.
Publisher: DwD Studios
Date Added: 05/17/2016 19:47:30
Oath of the Dead (fiction) The short story takes a brief glance into the world of BareBones Fantasy's 'Karanak Kingdoms' setting. In its 24 pages gives me nothing I did not enjoy. The writing style is accessable and fun, without the kind of shorthand jargon that so easily can be taken for granted in the fantasy gaming community. The only thing really wrong with it is that I now want to know the rest of the adventure and just what happens to the people in the story, which is really quite easy to imagine just how to run in a game of my own. I am prone to leaving a lot of five star reviews, as when I like something well enough to review it, I am usually that pleased wirth it. This story stands well in that esteemable company....

Rating:
[5 of 5 Stars!]
The Trail of Stone and Sorrow
by Ahimsa K.
Publisher: Zzarchov Kowolski
Date Added: 05/17/2016 13:19:40
The Trail of Stone and Sorrow I've run this twice in the last month, and both times it made for an engaging couple hours. It's an adventure with no fighting and not even really a mystery, at least not in the gathering clues sense, and yet it's highly engaging and strangely challenging. Definitely a nice curveball to mix into your campaign.

Rating:
[5 of 5 Stars!]
Blackhand's Street Weapons 2020, first edition
by Hunter C.
Publisher: R. Talsorian Games Inc.
Date Added: 05/17/2016 12:13:19
Blackhand's Street Weapons 2020, first edition Ths book, a collection of CP2020 weapons, is a very useful tool for "Referees" (or GMs) and players alike. The weapons are detailed in CP2020 fashion, statted out and referenced from supplements, sourcebooks, and other materials. I bought this book because the CP2020 rulebook lacked a lot of the weapons. It had starter weapons, which was good. What I really needed was a plethora of weapons from which I could choose. This book has at least 250 weapons plus one new one, a sinister rifle that anyone wants to try out. ;) It also has an ammunition section for players to purchase their ammunition. You cannot go to the Combat Zone without ammunition, chombatta! Perfect as a supplementary book to assist Referees and players with PC/NPC creation....

Rating:
[5 of 5 Stars!]
Cyberpunk 2.0.2.0. The Second Edition, Version 2.01
by Hunter C.
Publisher: R. Talsorian Games Inc.
Date Added: 05/17/2016 12:01:30
Cyberpunk 2.0.2.0. The Second Edition, Version 2.01 The book comes in the flavor of the 1993 edition with corrections and clarifications as version 2.0. While the book does have some minor errors such as spelling, misplaced numbers or words, the book is a solid rulebook to obtain in softcover. the softcover is pretty strong, durable, and will keep you occupied in the late nights rolling 9 1d10s to figure out your "random" character, pick out your stats by picking specific character points, and/or do the "Fast N' Dirty Expendables" for NPCs, whether they're important or not; perfect for creating your own posergang, boostergang, or chromegang, etc. I thought the book would be great for roleplaying the Cyberpunk universe and it does. While I am not knowledgeable about the Fright Night Fire Fight system, I am aware that the game does have its own flaws, which comes up with quick remedies you could find by googling. This does not scare me 100%. What I do like about the rulebook is the fast and hard rules that it comes up with for c...

Rating:
[5 of 5 Stars!]
The Sun Below [BUNDLE]
by Nicholas H.
Publisher: Dread Unicorn Games, LLC
Date Added: 05/17/2016 11:23:49
The Sun Below [BUNDLE] Each of these supplements stand on its own, but I would recommend getting them both and running them in order ("A City on the Edge" followed by "Sleeping Lady"). It's a bit like watching a movie with a friend where the movie is based on a book that you haven't read but your friend has. You'll both enjoy the movie, but your friend knows more backstory than you and may get more out of the scenes. There is a **lot** of good content included in both supplements; enough that the price should probably be higher. The artwork is really nice and the layout of each shows an eye for design and detail. A City on the Edge has a unique opening that starts of unusual and curious and becomes epic and unforgettable for your players in startling fashion. Check out the free PDF preview for it and read pages 5 and 6. Awesome. Sleeping Lady has interesting player interactions that involve the players moreso than they might normally be. This can really help the players feel invested and we all know...

Rating:
[5 of 5 Stars!]
Legacy Reference Sheets
by Jacob R.
Publisher: UFO Press
Date Added: 05/17/2016 11:14:44
Legacy Reference Sheets Do you like any of the World/PbtA games? If so, get this. The playbooks are fun and immersive. They just updated the art to look fantastic.

Rating:
[5 of 5 Stars!]
The Sun Below: Sleeping Lady
by Nicholas H.
Publisher: Dread Unicorn Games, LLC
Date Added: 05/17/2016 11:12:10
The Sun Below: Sleeping Lady While not required by any means, I would tentatively recommend using this supplement after using "The Sun Below: A City on the Edge." It's a bit like watching a movie with a friend where the movie is based on a book that you haven't read but your friend has. You'll both enjoy the movie, but your friend knows more backstory than you and may get more out of the scenes. Anyway, do what you will, but I'd recommend getting both A City on the Edge and Sleeping Lady and running them in order. This supplement had some things in it I haven't seen before that look fun and strange all at the same time to me. For one, the whole thing starts with a big journey that gets your players in line with the idea of improvisation and feeling personally involved in the story from the beginning. There are not tables, dice, or passive "This happened to you because reasons." Each player comes up with a problem that they encounter on the journey and the next player comes up with the solution to that problem, ...

Rating:
[5 of 5 Stars!]
Tintagel's 5E D&D Card Template (CORE)
by Geoffrey G.
Publisher: Creative Gremlins
Date Added: 05/17/2016 11:09:42
Tintagel's 5E D&D Card Template (CORE) Easy to use, had one hiccup about where to put files but quickly figured it out. Only downside is that the rest of my group wants me to print off cards for their characters. Well worth the money to have all the templates put together ahead of time.

Rating:
[5 of 5 Stars!]
A Little Bit of Thievery
by Eric W.
Publisher: Ted Red Crows Press
Date Added: 05/17/2016 10:59:53
A Little Bit of Thievery By far, the best one shot I have ever ran or played. I have used this multiple times with various people. Veterans of 10+ years gaming have told this was there favorite session they have been a part of. Don't let me hype it up too much. Just know, I came in hoping for a unique and fun "thief"/little to no combat session & this delivered. If you're looking for something that is a change of pace (for most tables), look no further. You won't regret it.

Rating:
[5 of 5 Stars!]
The Sun Below: City on the Edge
by Nicholas H.
Publisher: Dread Unicorn Games, LLC
Date Added: 05/17/2016 10:46:10
The Sun Below: City on the Edge Wow. The art and layout by themselves are really good, but the content (48 pages of it!) is amazing. Go to the sample PDF on the product page, start reading the adventure on page 5 and keep reading through page 6. That is badass and an amazing way to start an adventure. I would be so excited as a player to be experiencing that story, and so excited as a GM to be the storyteller. The initial encounter goes on to quickly make your characters fully entangled with the NPCs present. This is not your typical run-in-kill-everything-leave-cleanly-with-loot. And that's just the first encounter. I would definitely recommend picking up this supplement for Numenera....

Rating:
[5 of 5 Stars!]
Demon Hunters: A Comedy of Terrors
by Customer Name Withheld
Publisher: Dead Gentlemen Productions, LLC
Date Added: 05/17/2016 00:53:02
Demon Hunters: A Comedy of Terrors Awesome universe in which the mixture of horror and hilarity is perfect. This updated new edition gives tons of helpful advice for generating scenarios with ease and telling a fantastic story. The 5 Minutes to Mayhem and 60 Minutes to Mayhem sections are great for generating quick Demon Hunter scenarios, or easily tweaked to be used for any system and setting to tell a great story - whether for a role playing game, or just writing fiction! The tone of the writing in the rule book is perfect for getting you in the right mood to run or play an over-the-top comedic action adventure and makes reading the book cover to cover a joy rather than a chore....

Rating:
[5 of 5 Stars!]
Feast of the Preserver
by Bob B.
Publisher: Shinobi 27 Games
Date Added: 05/16/2016 19:44:30
Feast of the Preserver Feast of the Preserver from Shinobi 27 Games is often billed as a “survival horror adventure”, but that isn’t wholly accurate. It is more a mini-campaign than an adventure, weighing in as a 44 page PDF, there is a lot going on here…and all of it delightfully dark. There are probably 12-16 hours of game play here if players really dig deep and investigate all the opportunities afforded them. Written for a party of 3-4th level PCs, this is not an adventure for a novice Judge. There are a number of twists and turns written into the storyline and, if run like a traditional dungeon crawl, the air of doom and menace would become lost. This adventure thrives on the helplessness of villagers, struck by an unknown plague, a raid for ransom by bandits, and the mysterious titular religious feast. Keeping solid notes and establishing a timeline to keep things running smoothly is recommended. Once in though? Oh, what an adventure! Survival horror indeed! The players will need to be at their a...

Rating:
[4 of 5 Stars!]
Ultimate Dice Tower
by Roy B.
Publisher: Fat Dragon Games
Date Added: 05/16/2016 18:26:12
Ultimate Dice Tower It went together fairly easy although there were a couple of spots that would have benefited from a clearly explanation. But that is why we do not use Carzy Glue when assembling these sort of things. I bought it at a sale price and I am well pleased with it. Don't think I would have paid full price for it.

Rating:
[3 of 5 Stars!]
Dungeon Questing
by collin s.
Publisher: MHGames
Date Added: 05/16/2016 15:22:37
Dungeon Questing I noticed The Black Hack is really popular right now, and there is nothing wrong with that. Dungeon Questing is more to my taste though. It uses a 2D6 mechanic, is a very rules lite flavor of OSR clone, but it is more flushed out than Black Hack appears to be (I read the Black Hack SRD I haven't bought it yet but probably will). Monsters are flushed out much further, as well as spells and other things. Dungeon Questing is skill based with what is it 17 or 18 key skills. I like this, I can already see adding a few of them. I'm looking forward to playing this. I didn't trust the 2D6 mechanic, thinking it was too limited, until I played Barbarians of Lemuria. The simplistic mechanic works fine and moves very fast. In BOL you can get a lot of adventuring done in four hours...I'm assuming it is the same with Dungeon Questing. So far it looks like a fine rules light OSR and it is a steal for $2.50. Recommended....

Rating:
[5 of 5 Stars!]
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