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DDEX1-11 Dark Pyramid of Sorcerer’s Isle (5e)
by Greg T.
Publisher: Wizards of the Coast
Date Added: 05/15/2019 19:48:07
DDEX1-11 Dark Pyramid of Sorcerer’s Isle (5e) **A confusing mess, best avoided** Dark Pyramid of Sorcerer's Isle has a good idea - revisiting the Pyramid of Yarash, previously featured in the Pool of Radiance videogame and novel. It's a semi-iconic location, and an Adventurer's League set in Phlan is a great time to do it. Unfortunately, almost every aspect of the actual module doesn't work. (1) The adventure simply doesn't make sense given its placement in the Adventurer's League season. Phlan has just fallen, and in the immediate previous adventure (and in the season finale) getting out of the city is now *hard*, requiring an entire adventure to achieve. But players here are able to pop out and back for a leisurely jaunt upriver to check out something of marginal relevance to anyone in Phlan. (2) The trip up the river is pointless busywork, best skipped. (3) The lower level of the pyramid features an unmappable maze where players must face a certain number of random encounters to progress. This is lazy design, a...

Rating:
[2 of 5 Stars!]
Bust: Explosive Roleplaying
by Itai G.
Publisher: Cold Blooded Games
Date Added: 05/15/2019 17:32:47
Bust: Explosive Roleplaying Another freeform system. This one has a very simple straightforward mechanic, you play a number of cards and try not to "bust" 21, the harder the challange, the more cards you draw.

Rating:
[3 of 5 Stars!]
7th Sea Core Rulebook (Second Edition)
by Christopher T.
Publisher: Chaosium
Date Added: 05/15/2019 15:59:31
7th Sea Core Rulebook (Second Edition) This is a place holder. This gameis a great game for the heads up asap

Rating:
[5 of 5 Stars!]
Persian Cavalry - Ancient Warriors
by Wesley H.
Publisher: PERMES
Date Added: 05/15/2019 14:32:52
Persian Cavalry - Ancient Warriors Very cool set. I would love to see a war elephant paper miniatre!

Rating:
[5 of 5 Stars!]
Scouts of the Wyrdwood Forest - Playtest Preview
by Mab M.
Publisher: Wicked Clever
Date Added: 05/15/2019 12:59:06
Scouts of the Wyrdwood Forest - Playtest Preview Full Disclosure: WoD Changeling the Lost is my fav RPG, so this is absolutly intriging to me. I like how accessible this is, and it looks like it's rather easy to ramp up. it might be a fun quick one shot, but I can totally see a nice campaign coming out of this. This is totally going to be my gateway game for younger gamers! muahahaha!

Rating:
[5 of 5 Stars!]
Creeping Cold 5E Version
by Frank M.
Publisher: Silver Bulette
Date Added: 05/15/2019 10:17:20
Creeping Cold 5E Version Had the pleasure to playtest this adventure while it was in development and thoroughly enjoyed it. Played with a group of 3 1st-level PCs and we were able to successfully complete it in one sitting. Glad to see that it's out and available.

Rating:
[5 of 5 Stars!]
Dungeon Crawl Classics #74: Blades Against Death
by Thilo G. [Featured Reviewer]
Publisher: Goodman Games
Date Added: 05/15/2019 06:55:02
Dungeon Crawl Classics #74: Blades Against Death An Endzeitgeist.com review This module clocks in at 36 pages, 1 page front cover, 1 page editorial, 1 page advertisement, 1 page back cover, leaving us with 28 pages of content, so let’s take a look! It should be noted that this module contains 3 pages of handouts – one depicting one of the more complex environments in b/w, and the other two provide full-color renditions of special cards that feature in the plot of the module. It should be noted that the module does also contain a full-page b/w-artwork of another key-scene, which is a handout in anything but name. As you could glean from the page-count, this review is based on the 2nd printing of the module. Nominally, this adventure is intended for 6 – 10 4th level characters, though it should be noted that it is a BRUTAL adventure that may well result in a TPK. While difficult, the stakes do warrant this difficulty, and the adventure is fair in its brutal challenges posed. A well-rounded group is very much suggested, and the...

Rating:
[5 of 5 Stars!]
Monsters of Feyland
by k m.
Publisher: Cawood Publishing
Date Added: 05/15/2019 06:09:44
Monsters of Feyland ### This is my first purchase from this author. On the basis of this product it won't be my last. ### Monsters of Feyland is a high-quality product from front cover to fine detail. I purchased the softcover printed copy. The illustrations are full of colour and character, with some interesting nuances that may give even an experienced GM a few more ideas. The typeface is large, easily-legible, and text is kept short. Language used is simple, clear, and to-the-point. The book includes dozens of monsters and characters, amny of which form part of a sketched-out hierarchy described at the beginning of the book. This includes a good/evil power structure, and a few that deliberately sit in between. Short sidebars occasionally add detail to flora characters might encounter alongside the creatures. Monster descriptions are full of character and stat blocks include some abilities that directly relate to the creature's role. The book serves, firstly, as a resource for GMs to populat...

Rating:
[5 of 5 Stars!]
Entromancy: A Cyberpunk Fantasy RPG
by Brian P.
Publisher: Nightpath Publishing
Date Added: 05/14/2019 23:55:56
Entromancy: A Cyberpunk Fantasy RPG A fun take on a 5E-style cyberpunk/magic world. Set in a fractured San Francisco, featuring political intrigue, high-tech crime, and powerful magic, Entromancy hits the ground running and just keeps going. A super-simple character creation system (which can be unpacked for the number crunchers out there) and session-based level or character progression, Entromancy is great for beginning tabletop gamers and gaming groups that want to try something new for a session or two. Beautifully illustrated as well!...

Rating:
[5 of 5 Stars!]
D&D Rules Cyclopedia (Basic)
by Brian S.
Publisher: Wizards of the Coast
Date Added: 05/14/2019 18:21:22
D&D Rules Cyclopedia (Basic) Five stars for the contents, and five stars for the print on demand product quality. The Rules Cyclopdiea is widely regarded as THE best single-volume D&D-related book ever made, so it easily earns five stars for content. But I was somewhat hesitant to order the print on demand version, because I've heard multiple reports of blurry text. But the hardcover was on sale for $23.99, so I took a gamble and ordered my copy on May 1st 2019. The product arrived exactly two weeks later. And the print on demand print quality is surprisingly excellent. The book features nice dark crisp print, with no blurriness whatsoever. I was very pleasantly surprised. Great book, great price, great quality. I couldn't be happier with this purchase....

Rating:
[5 of 5 Stars!]
Afatasi's 5e Decks
by Stefan D.
Publisher: Afatasi Games
Date Added: 05/14/2019 16:36:48
Afatasi's 5e Decks I like the fantastic artwork and style of the cards and hope that all the cards from the Kickstarter campaign will follow in the future.

Rating:
[5 of 5 Stars!]
Palace of the Dragon's Princess
by Timothy B. [Featured Reviewer]
Publisher: Maximum Mayhem Dungeons
Date Added: 05/14/2019 14:26:36
Palace of the Dragon's Princess Palace of the Dragon's Princess might be my second favorite adventure in this whole series right after Hanging Coffins. The premise is very similar to the classic Palace of the Silver Princess. In this case, the Princess is trapped by a green dragon and you must go rescue her. Sound easy? You obviously have not paid any attention to the other four adventures in this series. This one has a lot of background information, more so than the others. We know a lot more about Princess Francessca than we do about Lady Neeblack the Vampire Queen (Could Lady Neeblack be Princess Francessa's dead mother??!!?). There is a knight, a dragon and Torgo. Yup, a nice riff on MST3k with Torgo and the Master. But is the princess REALLY in danger? That will be up to the Gamemaster to decide. There is a lot going on here and because of the backstory a lot more that a crafty DM can add. I am a touch disappointed there were no three-headed creatures like the Ubues, but that is fine. They were si...

Rating:
[5 of 5 Stars!]
Vault of the Dwarven King
by Timothy B. [Featured Reviewer]
Publisher: Maximum Mayhem Dungeons
Date Added: 05/14/2019 14:08:56
Vault of the Dwarven King Mark Taormino is like some sort of mad genius. I love his Maximum Mayhem Dungeons and each one "delivers the goods" in terms of hitting that nostalgia feel. Here is a what if scenario for you. What if the dwarves of Moria were completely crazy for Indiana Jones? Well, you might get something like Vault of the Dwarven King. There is the aforementioned vault, part of a vast underground dwarven city. There is a giant monster that's on fire. There are also mine-cars, goblin moonshiners, blue trolls and dwarf tossing. There is a thin coating of silliness over a really fun and REALLY deadly adventure here. All to reclaim the lost dwarven artifact, the Fireheart. But does it belong to the dwarves or the goblins? Will you even live long enough to find out? Like the adventures that came before it, it is an unapologetic romp down memory lane. This adventure though, maybe more so than any of the others might be more accessible to anyone that didn't grow up in the 80s. The bigges...

Rating:
[5 of 5 Stars!]
Cult of the Blue Crab
by Konrad F.
Publisher: Studio St. Germain
Date Added: 05/14/2019 12:53:00
Cult of the Blue Crab Great Maps - all maps look handdrawn you can tale a look at darth asperagus deviant site Motvation/Trait/Look tables for NPCs, so you can create a NPC very fast e.g.: 6 Motivation Trait Look 1 Escape poverty Fearless Scar on face 2 Punish old enemies Heavily drugged Broken nose .... Theres a esacltion - what do the bad guys if the PCs do that. Preatty awesome I'd have like a two column layout - apart from that Great

Rating:
[5 of 5 Stars!]
DDAL05-10 Giant Diplomacy (5e)
by Daniel C.
Publisher: Wizards of the Coast
Date Added: 05/14/2019 10:47:42
DDAL05-10 Giant Diplomacy (5e) This is one of my favorite adventures and a go-to for when I am introducing new players to the game. It does start out with combat, so it gets the players involved rather quickly. But almost immediately, you are introduced to situations that can be solved with roleplaying. I love having that in an adventure for new people, because they can see the different styles. (What the newer adventures make a point to label as the "pillars of play.") There's a lot of silly fun, and it's enhanced if you're willing to go all-out with the silliness as the DM. It's completely an excuse to be overly enthusiastic and get a little loud and every time I've run it, that has paid off. The contest in the adventure especially pays off if you mostly adlib the descriptions, and maybe even fudge the stats a little so that its more of a nail-biter. (You can certainly keep track of the "real numbers" ... but nothing says that your descriptions have to correspond exactly to the rolls. This is one of tho...

Rating:
[5 of 5 Stars!]
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