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The Imperial Age: Hell Hath No Fury
Publisher: Adamant Entertainment
by Customer Name Withheld [Verified Purchaser]
Date Added: 09/24/2016 06:22:15

Characters start with a locked-door mystery, and end up with a monsterous twist. A very Combat-lite,Roleplay-heavy plot, which I was looking for to ease new players in to the hobby. Newer GM/DMs will need to step up their game to make sure the NPCs are portrayed correctly. Over all; Excellent and Well done! Very printer friendly, except for the beautiful cover art. Lets face it all cover art, if done right, is not exactally printer friendly anyway. All the artwork within the pages is also beautiful and done well, it definately adds to the flavor of the setting, I just wanted a bit more of it. I wanted a couple of pieces of "Show 'Em" type artwork or maybe a couple of handouts too. As for the letters and the telegram used in the story, they aren't something that I can't reproduce on my own. I enjoyed the callback to the Thrilling Tales adventure and it has a really nice alternative set up for the next printed adventure (The Price of Immortallity) as well, so you could run the two back to back. Which I'm considering doing exactally that. I feel it is worth the time and price.



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Hot Pursuit: ON FOOT
Publisher: Adamant Entertainment
by Customer Name Withheld [Verified Purchaser]
Date Added: 09/24/2016 05:55:18

I have been using the Hot Pursuit rules for vehicle chases for years, and I finally found this! So many badguys are going to start RUNNING away too...



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Shadows of Sekhmet
Publisher: Griffon Publishing Studio
by Kenneth S. [Verified Purchaser]
Date Added: 08/30/2015 08:31:19

I and my players really enjoyed the other pulp Egypt adventures so I thought I would add this to the queue. After reading it I found that I want to move it up the list.



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CypherCaster Magazine - Issue 002 (July 2015)
Publisher: CypherCast Network
by Kenneth S. [Verified Purchaser]
Date Added: 08/30/2015 08:28:11

There is not enough printed adventures for the Cypher System and these guys are providing that. The lay out of the pages is not very engaging, though what they hold is pretty good. Maybe a few more articles on the specifics of the systems, game mastering, play styles and the such would be helpful. But they are still only on issue #2, I have every belief that they will become the go to magazine for the cypher system games. If the fan base lets them.



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Cypher System Rulebook
Publisher: Monte Cook Games
by Kenneth S. [Verified Purchaser]
Date Added: 08/30/2015 08:07:24

I really love this system. After playing Numenera, which came out first, I though the system would probably fit to other genres, and Monte Cook proved me right. I'm excited. My players and I are enjoying the more control of the characters and story that the Cypher System not only allows but encourages.



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