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    Hobsons Colony $1.99
    Average Rating:3.3 / 5
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    Hobsons Colony
    Publisher: Felbrigg Herriot
    by Peter P. [Verified Purchaser]
    Date Added: 08/04/2017 16:39:46

    A fun little scenario. It's fun because it's different. It also has a little bit for everyone. Though it comes with pregen characters, it really isn't hard to plug in your own, It is really good as a starteradventurefor a group. It avoids the RPG trope of "You all meet in a bar"..well sort of. :)

    [4 of 5 Stars!]
    Hobsons Colony
    Publisher: Felbrigg Herriot
    by Alexandre D. [Verified Purchaser]
    Date Added: 11/20/2016 14:35:45

    Found it extremely lacking in hooks or ideas. Although it does describe the Colony and colonits it doesnt offer any hooks as to what might come next. It doesnt describe the world in any details or offer alternatives to how the game could evolve, not even in general broad strokes. The author simply stated, this is the monster and the players should find a way to kill it. Very dissappointed in the lack of structure and lack of pointers as to how the author suggests or imagines this adventure to play through.

    [1 of 5 Stars!]
    Creator Reply:
    Hi Alexandre, I'm sorry it didn't meet your expectations. The scenario fits into the one-shot series and I have a plan for how they are used, perhaps I need to include something more to explain that. The idea with the series is that I don't necessarily proscribe resolutions to problems that are presented to the players. As these are one-shot events there is not usually time to allow players to seek a particular path to solve a problem, and instead it's left to the players to come up with something cool that the referee can run with. I appreciate that is a particular play-style-thing. The aim in the series is create an environment and a problem to be resolved in a single session, and to give the referee enough background to make that environment come alive. Now having said all that, I'm going to keep your comments in mind going forwards. Thanks for your custom, and the feedback. Felbrigg
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