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Über RPG: Steampunk
by Customer Name Withheld
Publisher: Uber Goober Games
Date Added: 12/06/2014 18:23:51
Über RPG:  Steampunk Ring Side Report-RPG Review of Uber RPG: Steampunk Originally posted at www.throatpunchgames.com, a new idea everyday! Product-Uber RPG: Steampunk System- Uber RPG Producer- Uber Goober Games Price- ~$ 20 here http://rpg.drivethrustuff.com/product/100784/ber-RPG--Steamp-
unk?site=&manufacturers_id=2798 TL; DR- A dense, but good, all purpose steampunk RPG. 82% Basics-Have a steampunk idea in your head, but don't have a way to execute it? This is the RPG for you. Uber RPG: Steampunk is a generic system designed to allow players and GMs to build the Steampunk world they want. Let's dig into the individual parts. Theme or Fluff- Usually I look at the mechanics of a book first, but this RPG's theme needs a bit of an introduction First. Uber RPG: Steampunk is designed to be completely setting agnostic. If you want superhero Steampunk, then you can make this game superhero Steampunk. You want fantasy Steampunk, here you go. Magic? Same deal. That's great, but you now h...

Rating:
[4 of 5 Stars!]
LotFP Rules & Magic Free Version
by Paxton K.
Publisher: Lamentations of the Flame Princess
Date Added: 12/06/2014 11:22:35
LotFP Rules & Magic Free Version Unfortunately, the DMs part of the rules that is suppose to put the "flavor" of the world in place is out of print. I have tried to research as much of it as I can. I ran a D&D Ravenloft campaign and used the Mighty Fortress sourcebook. Scary seemed a lot scarier when you had a black powder pistol loaded with silver to kill that werewolf, except for the damn mist that may have fouled the powder. I would love to see the "flavor" part of the game. The download is just the basic mechanics and someone could easily use them to create their own world. From what I have read, LotFP is a truly interesting idea and hopefully the rest will be available again. As it stands, this version is a good take on OD&D with more fleshed out information on how that style of world would work as part of its basic mechanics. It is well written and has a particular attention to detail....

Rating:
[3 of 5 Stars!]
Lords of Gossamer & Shadow (Diceless)
by Paxton K.
Publisher: Rite Publishing
Date Added: 12/06/2014 10:57:17
Lords of Gossamer & Shadow (Diceless) Jewelers' rouge works like gunpowder? Well. that preconceived notion cost me a few of years of reading Amber. Fortunately, Christmas and a girlfriend who accepted role playing games as presents changed my life forever. I remember going through "dice withdrawal" and trying to roll things that were not in my hand. Amber Diceless changed gaming for me forever. The first campaign was two years and my character diary became impossible to carry. My girlfriends Trump Deck had become similarly problematic. I had often thought that it would be fantastic to try and use a "non-Amber" setting. I gave Lords of Gossamer and Shadow a rating of 4, mostly because Amber was a 5. They did a fantastic job with the rules and setting; but it lacked some of the motivations that being of the Royal Family of Amber had. The right GM and players could possibly tie a good story together; but The Grand Staircase, itself does not bind players the way being related does. It also seemed that all the characters prese...

Rating:
[4 of 5 Stars!]
Strange Creatures of the Ninth World
by Roger D.
Publisher: Monte Cook Games
Date Added: 12/06/2014 10:52:30
Strange Creatures of the Ninth World I can't say as I could not get it to print. It does have interesting images

Rating:
[1 of 5 Stars!]
Strange Creatures of the Ninth World
by Emil B.
Publisher: Monte Cook Games
Date Added: 12/06/2014 04:08:10
Strange Creatures of the Ninth World Strange Creatures of the Ninth World is something that will be useful for any MG playing Numenera, additional creatures and well written description will help to create bigger and more interesting world.

Rating:
[5 of 5 Stars!]
Gothnog's Magnificent Cantrips - Fifth Edition
by Alex F.
Publisher: Critical Hit Publishing
Date Added: 12/06/2014 01:57:19
Gothnog's Magnificent Cantrips - Fifth Edition If you like minor but imaginative spells, you really can't go wrong with getting, what, 90 new cantrips for just $7? They've got everything from spells that summarize books for you and post infinite flyers on walls to ones that let you control the elements and slow down time so you can better defend yourself. There's a couple typos, and I'm a little confused about what they meant by "preparing cantrips," but none of that actually causes problems. This is the sort of bonus material D&D should be getting. I seriously cannot wait to try these tiny magic tricks out in my next game. Oh, and at the end is a neat new bard subclass for the minstrel living on the open road. That could be fun. On the other hand, a few of these spells, while having been converted mechanically to 5e, haven't quite been updated to account for the increase in cantrip power since 3.5e. That time-distorting defensive spell I mentioned could be used pretty much every round and the only thing it would cost you is ...

Rating:
[4 of 5 Stars!]
Cake Walk: Savage Worlds edition
by Shane R.
Publisher: Fabled Environments
Date Added: 12/06/2014 00:28:21
Cake Walk: Savage Worlds edition Between Paper-craft models and the additional ideas to launch this one shot into several additional games. The cost to value and quality makes this a solid buy. I have a full review up on my blog over at. rpgrunkleplaysgames.wordpress.com

Rating:
[5 of 5 Stars!]
GM's Monthly Miscellany: November 2014
by Forrest E.
Publisher: Raging Swan Press
Date Added: 12/05/2014 19:14:26
GM's Monthly Miscellany: November 2014 I Love Raging Swan's stuff in general and their free GM's Monthly Misc. is no exception. Interesting Articles & tantalizing tastes of some of their products. They put out Pathfinder compatible products but much of it can be used for almost any current fantasy RPG. Their products are high quality & I find them an extremely useful source of ideas even when I don't use them as is. These free monthly installments will give you a great way to see if their products are right for you.

Rating:
[5 of 5 Stars!]
The Translation Codex
by Chad D.
Publisher: Ryan Chaddock Games
Date Added: 12/05/2014 17:47:25
The Translation Codex One of the greatest supplements for the cypher system ever! My players and I found these foci weave their way into the story much better then anything monty Cook games has created. Some may say that battle wise they are weaker, but when it comes to flavor and story they are amazing. Who doesn't want to be a merchant or be a red shirt (and die all the time). There is no reason to over look this one, it has more foci then anything else in the market. They are all crafted well and my players love them...

Rating:
[5 of 5 Stars!]
Atomic Robo RPG
by Antoine P.
Publisher: Evil Hat Productions, LLC
Date Added: 12/05/2014 17:36:06
Atomic Robo RPG First of all, let me say that I may be biased on the matter since I am such a huge fan of the Atomic Robo comic books. Seriously, if you don't know it, go have a look. But even if you have never read Atomic robo, this iteration of Fate Core may be the one to have read if only one. What I like most : • the character creation is really easy and quick, thanks to the modes, but you can still take time to tweak your character to the finest details • the comic strips illustrate splendidly how the system works • the brainstorming mechanics is something I now use in almost every Fate game, injecting more storytelling games feeling into Fate • the Gear system is also reusable in most settings where equipment is important to the fiction. What I like less : • This is really minor, but I would have liked the pregen characters to be one character per page, so I could have just printed them as handouts for quick games. To the point, if you had to get only ONE Fate Core product, th...

Rating:
[5 of 5 Stars!]
Save Game • A World of Adventure for Fate Core
by Antoine P.
Publisher: Evil Hat Productions, LLC
Date Added: 12/05/2014 17:24:29
Save Game • A World of Adventure for Fate Core To my mind, this World of Adventure issue is a must-read for any Fate Core player out there. It is a remarkable show of how to play with dials in Fate Core to adapt the system to a setting. What I like most : • The setting in itself is brilliant : it lets you revive those long hours spend playing old video games • The heart/life system is immersive as it really fits the setting • the Hax skill is reusable as a magic system for fantasy settings What I like less : • The pregen characters kind of miss that nostalgia that retrogaming is all about. But that's understandable, since they don't have the license to pregen famous video games character. But let me assure we, as players, remedied to that during play....

Rating:
[5 of 5 Stars!]
47 Fantasy Adventure Hooks: Bringing Your PCs Together With Style
by Paul S.
Publisher: Blackstone Entertainment, Inc
Date Added: 12/05/2014 15:49:55
47 Fantasy Adventure Hooks: Bringing Your PCs Together With Style Wow, this was awesomely written! Most of the ideas inside were great and I would have never thought of! For any DM, Group Leader, or whatever you call yourself, i would highly recommend this! I have become a lifelong customer and cannot wait for additional supplements. Keep up the great work.

Rating:
[5 of 5 Stars!]
Accursed Player's Guide
by Scott F.
Publisher: Melior Via
Date Added: 12/05/2014 14:35:47
Accursed Player's Guide The premise of the game (the monsters that try not to be monsters) is a classic formula, but Accursed throws a real spin on it. An engaging background and history, and the potential rises to unseen heights. I thoroughly recommend this to anyone who enjoys playing the anti-hero once in a while. You definitely won't be disappointed.

Rating:
[4 of 5 Stars!]
The Last Parsec: Archetypes
by Carlos M.
Publisher: Pinnacle Entertainment
Date Added: 12/05/2014 14:13:39
The Last Parsec: Archetypes Great product, easy to use, good characters for quick plays or to use as npcs

Rating:
[5 of 5 Stars!]
Tournaments, Fairs, and Taverns: D&D 3.5
by Michael T.
Publisher: EN Publishing
Date Added: 12/05/2014 14:13:21
Tournaments, Fairs, and Taverns: D&D 3.5 I don't usually do reviews. You'll see why shortly. Basically this product was not worth its cost. It has only a superficial description of any particular game and then a dry list of difficulty numbers. In other words, the easiest thing possible to come up with for a game or tournament. None of the details needed to actually run it in an RPG. Literally a chore to read, it's broad scope is the first clue that nothing is covered in any significant details. Dry, unimaginative and functionally useless. If you really can't come up with a difficulty number for a game, this might be of use to you, but if you want any other flavorful details about how a game is played and how you can use it in a game, you'll have to do all that work yourself....

Rating:
[1 of 5 Stars!]
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