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    Knights of Torque & Recoil: The Official Series Bible
    by Tim L. [Verified Purchaser] Date Added: 11/19/2012 07:28:57

    One of the Official Series Bible series. You will need the main document for this. In this TV series you are part of a group of pulp-era adventurers. Set your dials to 1920s to 1940s, from action hero to powers-of-the-mind masked crime fighters.



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    The Official Series Bible
    by Tim L. [Verified Purchaser] Date Added: 11/19/2012 07:25:02

    The Official Series Bible is really nice. If you are a fan of Now Playing (available on this site) or Primetime Adventures (elsewhere), this series is an excellent way to break out a pretend television series that allows you to set up roleplaying adventures. Even if you are not a fan of the idea of playing a character in a TV series, each Official Series Bible is good enough to inspire a campaign. The text is clear and concise. The few downsides is that the Official Series Bibles maybe a bit too short. Otherwise, these systemless write-ups are top-quality.



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    Tome of Missing Magic for the Pathfinder Roleplaying Game
    by Steve N. [Verified Purchaser] Date Added: 10/09/2012 14:39:31

    Asparagus Jumpsuit knocks one out of the park. All of their "Missing Magic" in one easy to use book.

    Full disclosure, Berin Kinsman is a good friend of mine. Asparagus Jumpsuit is also the publisher of 3 of my books as well.



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    Kaiju Patrol: The Official Series Bible
    by Larry B. [Verified Purchaser] Date Added: 09/04/2012 18:26:29

    This is a fun little supplement (and I'm not just saying that because I have fond memories of Ultraman). You owe it to yourself to check this one out, join the Patrol, and help stop the atomic monsters controlled by the Futurons.

    There is enough in this 5 page supplement to use for quite some time.



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    Forager's Guild Guide to the Compleat Shemp
    by Dennis S. [Featured Reviewer] Date Added: 08/31/2012 12:17:29

    An excellent product with some great advice about handling NPCs based on their level of importance and the level of commitment you are looking to put into them. The product is simple and to-the-point, with numerous examples and a frank tone. All the advice is quite practical and nothing you can't do in any game, on any afternoon. If you find yourself struggling to juggle NPCs or create interesting characters for your players, it wouldn't hurt to take a look. If you already feel like a master of Dungeons and are at ease with your own style, then you may still find some useful tips and techniques or a good refresher course on current skills.



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    The Infinity Rings for the Pathfinder Roleplaying Game
    by Steve N. [Verified Purchaser] Date Added: 07/31/2012 15:58:44

    Lifted from another of my books available from Asparagus Jumpsuit "30 d30" (Check it out). The Infinity Rings have been masterfully expanded on and explained.

    Berin has taken a gaming group's in-joke and turned it into a masterpiece. I love the additions.



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    The Intervention: The Official Series Bible
    by Dennis S. [Featured Reviewer] Date Added: 07/23/2012 12:51:14

    The Intervention is another Series Bible by Asparagus Jumpsuit. The premise of these books is that they offer you a system-agnostic campaign idea complete with characters, player roles, backstory and other information. You have enough to jump-start you into playing this campaign if you're interested. The Intervention is a "super-heroic soap opera" where the players are descended from Greek deities and must uphold their mythic responsibilities while wishing to lead normal lives.

    Like its sister product The Knights of Torque & Recoil, this book does a great job in organizing its content and dividing things into constituent elements that are easy to digest and understand. It has a clearly defined central conflict, its factions are broken down into their strengths and weaknesses in scope, equipment and personnel, and the detailed character archetypes have stat suggestions listed in abstracts that fit any kind of RPG. There are plot hooks and rumors and a bibliography at the end. It's an interesting read, and I could see it played in anything from a smallville-esque storygame to GURPS. I rate it more highly than Knights because I found the premise more interesting – I'm not really a huge fan of pulp action. If you need an off-beat idea for your next superhero campaign, you might want to look here for Inspiration.



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    Knights of Torque & Recoil: The Official Series Bible
    by Dennis S. [Featured Reviewer] Date Added: 07/23/2012 12:37:05

    An interesting product from Asparagus Jumpsuit, in a fairly original format. This "Series Bible" establishes the details of a specific campaign, centered around the eponymous Knights of Torque & Recoil and their nemesis, the Yellow Perilla Cult. It breaks down each organization and their goals, as well as important characters from each, and the types of roles that the players could play within the campaign. It has enough to go off of if you wanted to play this kind of campaign, but not so much that your own ideas can't be fully inserted into the premise. If you're dry for campaign ideas, it might be worth a look. It's nicely put together and evokes a pulp action premise well, if in a somewhat formulaic fashion (though that seems to be the appeal of pulp). This Series Bible is system agnostic, so you could run it using your favorite RPG.



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    Bad Attitudes: The Action Movie Roleplaying Game
    by Dennis S. [Featured Reviewer] Date Added: 07/23/2012 11:37:13

    Bad Attitudes is a quick and hilarious action movie cop roleplaying game. Using only d6s and keeping track of only one pool of points (and a few skills) you can play out the scenarios of movies like Die Hard and Lethal Weapon, where action hero types with the titular bad attitudes beat each other up and cause tons of collateral damage. The game can be easily summarized by just saying that there are cardinal skills like Shoot Guns, Kick Ass, and Drive Cars, and most everything else is Basically Worthless Stuff. There's an interesting set of random tables to quickly generate formulaic action movie cop scenarios, and this 7-page PDF is a nice thing to keep around in case half of your group failed to show up for D&D again.



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    Missing Magic: Random Treasure Tables & Item Sampler for PFRPG
    by Alexander M. [Verified Purchaser] Date Added: 07/10/2012 01:46:21

    My overall impression is that it's a slapped-together advertisement for the publisher's other products.

    one page of flavorless tables that are trivial and uninspired at best, and inferior to the ones in any core book in general. one page of OGL license text.

    table 1-1: coin, gems, jewelry 60% chance you get coinage averaging 25 plat -- half of the table's length merely changes what denomination. 25% of gems/jewelry who's lump value averages 137.5 plat -- not one detail on anything but sale value. the remaining % gives you rerolls on the above exciting options. whoopee.

    (contrasted with: paizo/3.0: party level as an input factor; gems are tiered and named tsr adnd: lair types; tiered and quality-factored gems)

    table 1-2: ranges from the lowly "1 magic item" to the epic "5 magic item". hint: there are five entries.

    table 1-3: is as useful as taking table 1-2 and appending "coinage averaging 12.5 plat" or gems/jewelry worth 68.75 to each result. (it's the same currency entries as 1-1 divided by two)

    table 2-1: roll on this list of publisher's other pdfs half are generic like "potion", the others are publisher specific: "Miscellaneous Magic A" through "E"

    In contrast, a perfectly ready root loot table is in every DMG I checked, usually factoring in party level.

    and that's all the tables there are.

    If you have any book that this pdf could be paired with, you already have much better tools in hand.



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    Missing Magic: Potions for PFRPG
    by 2 G. 1 M. [Featured Reviewer] Date Added: 07/04/2012 21:38:51

    Every once in a while, there is a little, low-cost gem thrown out into the RPG PDF sphere: and the Missing Magic series by Asparagus Jumpsuit is full of them. Potions is a great little book that does exactly what it claims to do.

    Missing Magic: Potions claims to be a detailed look at 34 common potions for Pathfinder, and it delivers. The potions are common spells distilled into liquid form, and each has its appearance, taste and smell described. Some sound really nasty while some sound appetizing, but they all sound fairly realistic. What I mean to say is that they all sound like actual concoctions of some kind, and while the taste and smell is not always in agreement, one could easily use those clues…and make up their own based on them.

    Each potion is a pretty useful spell in its own right, and It is really cool to see them done up with taste and smell. When a GM is running a dungeon crawl, these descriptions are a good way to give a PC something to see or smell before detect magic is cast. In fact, if you are consistent in your GMing, you could get players to recognize certain potions by those attributes!

    The potions may not be as palatable as a fine wine, but they certainly sound like something someone might (or might not!) try to drink. If I were to learn that my player undid the stopper of something and smelled “beer and seawater,” I’d be hesitant for my PC to use it right away. Describing the tastes and smells is a really good idea, and makes the book well worth the $3.

    I heartily recommend Missing Magic: Potions, and for the price you can hardly go wrong!



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    Forager's Guild: An Organization
    by Larry B. [Verified Purchaser] Date Added: 06/27/2012 20:42:56

    Another fine release from Asparagus Jumpsuit. The Forager's Guild represents a guild for your fantasy characters to seek membership in as a hook for different adventures and as a logic backstory and glimpse into the game world. The Guild can give your characters all sorts of assistance.

    I am a little concerned that the Guild seems a bit apolitical as there are references to using the Guild as a place to hideout (without any real idea as to who you'd be hiding out from and why the Guild would help you with that...does it mean that you could kill the King and the Guild would hide you?). However, this give GMs the ability to tweak the Guild to meet the needs of their specific campaigns.

    There are enough details to whet your appetite, and even a detailed description of the layout of the main Guild hall and what you might find there. An "official" map would have been an nice addition.

    This is one of my favorite Pathfinder supplements from Asaragus Jumpsuit; probably because it provides enough to get your creative juices flowing and doesn't try to overwhelm.

    In full disclosure, I do know the author even though we have never met in the non-digital world.



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    Forager's Guild Guild to the Triantakohedron
    by Larry B. [Verified Purchaser] Date Added: 05/11/2012 22:52:22

    You either have one sitting in your dice bag, longing to be used; or you've been looking for an excuse to go and buy one...I'm talking about those rolly-polly 30 sided dice. This tome gives you 30 reasons to break out that die that rolls easiest (and might even move it up the ladder from least used to maybe even ousting the d12).

    There are a lot of fun charts to roll on. Some are basic (current weather conditions), some are silly/fun (30 cliches turned into magic items), and some are just good to have in your pocket (30 things found at the side of the road). There is something in here for everyone.

    In full disclosure: I am listed as one of the Dire Paladin's in the introduction of the book. Don't let that discourage you from checking out this book. Your d30 will thank you.



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    Character Workbook: Universal for PFRPG
    by Larry B. [Verified Purchaser] Date Added: 05/03/2012 11:30:27

    If you are starting out with the game, or have been around the blocks a few times, this log helps you track how your character changes over time. I wish it had was a section for keeping track of significant events that happened while reaching the new level. However, trying to fit the changes for a level onto one page, might make this a bit difficult.

    In full disclosure, I do know the author in an online capacity. However, if you are a fan of Pathfinder, you might find this tool to be useful. It covers from level 1 to level 20.



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    Character Workbook: Universal for PFRPG
    by Steve N. [Verified Purchaser] Date Added: 05/02/2012 13:49:54

    Where was this when I played D&D? Is there one for Savage Worlds in the works? After using this handy log, you'll wonder how you managed your characters leveling up all these years without one.

    Full Disclosure: Berin is a friend of mine. That said, I don't write review for products I don't use a/o believe are worth my time.



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