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    Seven Dead Sinners
    Publisher: Mind Weave RPG
    by Devin E. [Verified Purchaser]
    Date Added: 08/12/2020 18:29:24

    While the premise is fairly decent, the execution leaves quite a bit to be desired. The artwork is... well, let's just say that if one of my daughters gave me one of these images I would happily hang it on the refrigerator and then throw it into the paper shredder once they had gone to bed. The grammar is acceptable, yet uninspired and bland. The whole thing could stand a complete rewrite by someone with at least a college-level education. While I commend the author on a valiant attempt at making a worthwhile download, it is nonetheless an attempt that falls drastically short of acceptability.

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    Seven Dead Sinners
    Publisher: Mind Weave RPG
    by Thilo G. [Featured Reviewer]
    Date Added: 11/11/2019 08:38:57

    An Endzeitgeist.com review

    This pdf clocks in at 5 pages, 1 page front cover, ½ a page blank, leaving us with 3.5 pages of content, so let’s take a look!

    The premise of this pdf is simple – one undead for every one of the 7 deadly sins, each coming with a full-color artwork (not exactly aesthetically-pleasing). The presentation of the undead is system neutral, so no stats are included. Bible-quotes are provided for each of them. Acedai are incredibly bloated undead, surrounded by putrid stench and buzzing flies. The undead can also attack with belches and flatulence. Okay. Avarit are embodiments of greed and thus take on semi-draconic traits. They are unable to move far from their hoard.

    Gula attempt to eat everything. Invid are envious and are very stealthy, gathering items in their stash…which is kinda close to greed and imho misses the mark, reducing envy to material possessions. Irat are a bit like revenants, driven by revenge, but are not released after achieving revenge, instead brooding until disturbed. Luxria carry diseases and, having been tainted by undead, can’t, ironically, fulfill their desires sans basically rape. Magnus reduce the concept of pride to basically a disappointed narcissism.

    Conclusion: Editing and formatting are per se good. Layout adheres to a two-column b/w-standard, and the full color artworks…exist. Not a fan. The pdf has no bookmarks, but needs none at this length.

    James Eck’s sin-themed undead are, pardon my French, lame. They are obvious and reductive takes on the seven deadly sins, often missing the mark profoundly. They take the most obvious routes, and I’ve seen all themes herein done infinitely better. The one saving grace here would be that this is PWYW, but considering how lame everything here is, how uninspired and dull, I will not round up from my final verdict of 1.5 stars. Unless you are utterly broke, get another pdf.

    Endzeitgeist out.

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