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    A Life Worth Living $4.99
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    A Life Worth Living
    Publisher: Stygian Fox
    by Vincent Z. [Verified Purchaser]
    Date Added: 07/20/2020 05:16:49

    As I have writen before, this adventure is a real disappointment. I agree with what Daren C. said in 2018!



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    Creator Reply:
    Hi Vincent, If you care to elaborate it would help us with future books. Stephanie
    A Life Worth Living
    Publisher: Stygian Fox
    by Darin C. [Verified Purchaser]
    Date Added: 12/01/2018 19:32:33

    A beautifully illustrated and produced work.

    While some what "Setting specific", changing the names somewhat would allow the adventure to fit into most Traveller games.

    An interesting plot, though of 'Limited' scope. There's possibly enough 'other' material in the adventure that a DM could tweak things to suit.

    Some small typo's but otherwise very slick production.



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    A Life Worth Living
    Publisher: Stygian Fox
    by Peterson, K. [Verified Purchaser]
    Date Added: 12/19/2017 11:03:27

    I had high hopes for this adventure, but was unfortunately disappointed.

    The layout and artwork is fantastic - easily deserving a 5-star rating. But the adventure itself is an awkward railroad with tenuous links; it relies too much on its scripted backstory as a guide. And, as a result, the backstory bypasses - or leaves to the GM - what could be the potential for some exciting scenarios. For example: a mercenary unit breaking up a miner's union. Instead, the adventure feels like cursory planet-hopping down a space railroad.

    I'd consider buying another Stygian Fox release, based on the quality of the art and their 'production values'. But I'd pay close attention to the writer of the material before I threw down some cash. In the end, this adventure gets a 3-star rating from me.



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