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ZWEIHANDER Grim & Perilous RPG: Character Folio
Publisher: Andrews McMeel Publishing
by Taylre G. [Verified Purchaser]
Date Added: 11/26/2018 22:31:26

"Form Fillable" PDfs are locked and unable to be filled. Concerns have been raised in the discussions, nothing has been done about. Still advertised as form fillable.



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THE GRIM: Spells of Necromancy (5e)
Publisher: Dungeon Masters Guild
by Taylre G. [Verified Purchaser]
Date Added: 08/18/2018 03:06:59

Wow, this supplement is amazing. All the spells are so creative and thematic, but also balanced and in the spirit of fifth edition. These are the necromancy spells we should have gotten from the beginning! One of my players wanted to be a necromancer so we went hunting for better necromancy options for 5e, and we're so glad we found this! As a GM I don't feel uncomfortable giving any of these spells to my wizard PC. (also btw, this is the school we went with. It seems very balanced and in line with other wizard archetypes.)

I just went and bought The Prestige because I was so impressed! Very excited to read it.



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Psionic Powers, Practitioners, & Perils (5e)
Publisher: Dungeon Masters Guild
by Taylre G. [Verified Purchaser]
Date Added: 04/12/2018 01:05:55

Wow, this supplement is simply amazing. I can't believe it doesn't have more reviews -- probably because the UA Mystic has distracted from it. The Psion class simply blows the mystic out of the water. The power points recharge mechanic really captures the feeling of psionics while still allowing powers to function like reflavored spells, which jives really well with the rest of D&D. Because the meat of the class is in the disciplines, each discipline feels unique, but unlike mystic, also thematically focused. Additionially, making psionic archetypes for other classes to add psionics makes much more sense than the strange soul knife and wu jen mystic archetypes, which felt a bit like bolting a different class to mystic. As a plus, this supplement adds unique powers and lets mystics use a few already known spells as powers, which makes sense instead of trying to reinvent the wheel. Absolutely 5 out of 5 stars, I would not implement psionics in any other way.



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