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Monsters Lairs vol. 1 - Goblins' Caves
by Ryan A.
Publisher: The Forge Studios
Date Added: 05/13/2019 15:48:09
Monsters Lairs vol. 1 - Goblins' Caves As a busy DM this is exactly the kind of resource that I need. I have a setting and an on-going campaign, I don't need a whole plotline, but detailed locations and the denizens that live there saves me a ton of time. Thanks for this, please make more!

Rating:
[5 of 5 Stars!]
The Mutants of Ixx
by Wayne R.
Publisher: Karl Stjernberg
Date Added: 05/13/2019 13:56:00
The Mutants of Ixx This game is a bloody gem! Honestly I can see people getting so much play time out of this very tight ruleset/setting. It's laid out very cleanly and the rules (based on Into The Odd) are concise and to the point! Did I mention the art is very cool?! The only reason it doesn't have 5 stars is that I think some of the repeated info in the GM pamphlet should have been replaced by a list of kick-ass Relics for players to discover! Either way, if you don't spend 2 bucks on this, then may the Glowing Maw swallow you whole!...

Rating:
[4 of 5 Stars!]
Lesser Key to the Celestial Legion
by Morgan S.
Publisher: Donn Stroud
Date Added: 05/13/2019 12:41:51
Lesser Key to the Celestial Legion Backed this through Kickstarter, and I am glad I did. Clerics are integral to the games I run and all of the content in the book is both evocative and gameable, even if you aren't running DCC. It provides flavor for all types of clerics and helps to set them apart from other casters in a meaningful way. The Herald generator is my favorite as it really encapsulates the strange, terrible, awe-inspiring nature of divine messengers. I would highly reccomend this to anyone who wants complex clerics and religion in their games....

Rating:
[5 of 5 Stars!]
Torg Eternity - Core Rules
by A customer
Publisher: Ulisses Spiele
Date Added: 05/13/2019 12:19:10
Torg Eternity - Core Rules I never played the original Torg. I did play a hack that a friend of mine wrote for Fate and I really enjoyed it so I was looking forward to Torg Eternity. I loved the playtest beta so much I bought the rules as soon as I could because I wanted to support the product. But the more I learned about the rules the more evident it became that Torg Eternity is simply a clunkier, poorly written, and incomplete Savage Worlds. How long do some spells last? Can you cast the equivalent of Dimension Door without Line of Sight? Can you tell when a psychic power is being manifested? What can you do with an Interaction Attack? Do attacks that deal fire damage obey the fire rules? A medium blast can hit 3 targets under "typical battlefield conditions", but what exactly does that mean? The core rules don't answer these basic questions. You might find the answer on the forums or in the game's FAQ but you're essentially left to fend for yourself when, not if, you find yet another grey area. Torg isn...

Rating:
[2 of 5 Stars!]
Cyberpunk 2.0.2.0. The Second Edition, Version 2.01
by Jonathan M.
Publisher: R. Talsorian Games Inc.
Date Added: 05/13/2019 09:47:52
Cyberpunk 2.0.2.0. The Second Edition, Version 2.01 I bought the original boxed set almost 30 years ago. It was my introduction into RPGs, and I couldn't get enough. While some of the technology list now appears dated this many years later, it is fun to see what they thought could happen. I also like the d10 system. It's an intersting take on how to accomplish actions. This is also a deadly system. There isn't a lot of handholding, and characters can die easily. I enjoy it, and was happy to pick up the PDF so I could have this classic RPG back in my collection....

Rating:
[5 of 5 Stars!]
The Tidus Tomb - Pathfinder
by Meghann B.
Publisher: Pyromaniac Press
Date Added: 05/13/2019 09:12:29
The Tidus Tomb - Pathfinder This module is short, sweet, and clever. I enjoyed the mechanics of the main villain and managed to use all 3 provided adventure hooks, and liked reading through the background material for the adventure in general. The layout was easy to run, and my players had a great time clearing the tomb. They'd been spending a lot of time in cities lately, so this was a perfect "dungeon run" that still had enough story to keep them interested.

Rating:
[5 of 5 Stars!]
The One Ring - Laughter of Dragons
by Roger L. [Featured Reviewer]
Publisher: Cubicle 7 Entertainment Ltd.
Date Added: 05/13/2019 05:10:57
The One Ring - Laughter of Dragons https://www.teilzeithelden.de/2019/05/06/rezension-the-one-
-ring-the-laughter-of-dragons-wider-der-zwietracht Seit dem Tod des mächtigen Drachen Smaug gibt es ein starkes Bündnis zwischen den Königreichen Erebor und Dale. Dem Feind ist die Stärke der Freien Völker im Norden der Wilderlands ein Dorn im Auge. Deshalb schickt er einen seiner mächtigsten Diener, um Menschen und Zwerge in bitteren Zwist zu stürzen. Zu den Quellenbücher des Mittelerde-Rollenspiels The One Ring bringt der Verlag Cubicle 7 in der Regel auch einen Abenteuerband heraus. The Laughter of Dragons baut auf Erebor auf, dem Ban dum das namensgebende Zwergenreich und das Königreich Dale (dt. Thal) am Fuße des Berges. Beide Reiche arbeiten eigentlich eng zusammen und sind sich in Freundschaft verbunden, doch der Feind fühlt sich von dieser Eintracht bedroht. Er schickt einen mächtigen Diener, um einen Keil zwischen beide zu treiben. Was dieser plant und was die Gefährten dagegen unternehmen können, das verspreche...

Rating:
[3 of 5 Stars!]
Occult Skill Guide: Blood Madness Corruption
by Thilo G. [Featured Reviewer]
Publisher: Rogue Genius Games
Date Added: 05/13/2019 05:03:54
Occult Skill Guide: Blood Madness Corruption An Endzeitgeist.com review This installment of the Occult Skill Guide-series clocks in at 9 pages, 1 page front cover, 1 page editorial, 2 pages of SRD, leaving us with 5 pages of content, so let’s take a look! This review was moved up in my reviewing queue as a prioritized review. So, one of the most unique components of the Xa-Osoro setting shared by Everyman Gaming and Rogue Genius Games would be blood space – and as such, the first page, beyond the introduction, offers us an encyclopedia-style summary of blood madness. The strange phenomenon was bred by the death of a star, the viscera of the dead sun Osoro. Its properties are thought to be linked to the abyss, and as such, the gigantic, interstellar pollution, is pretty nasty. The pdf provides a couple of different effects blood space had on different planets, which pretty much jumpstarted my imagination from the get-go. Now, the next two pages provide all the rules that govern how corruptions work in Starfinder, but s...

Rating:
[5 of 5 Stars!]
Wormskin Issue 6
by Thilo G. [Featured Reviewer]
Publisher: Necrotic Gnome
Date Added: 05/13/2019 05:03:06
Wormskin Issue 6 An Endzeitgeist.com review The sixth installment of the Wormskin-zine clocks in at 78 pages, 1 page front cover, 1 page inside of front cover, 1 page editorial, 1 page ToC, 1 page back cover, leaving us with a massive 74 pages of content, laid out in 6’’ by 9’’ (A5), so let’s take a look! As always, my review is based primarily on the PoD version – which this time around is hefty enough to sport the name on the spine. I also consulted the pdf, obviously. Rules-wise, this, as always, is written for B/X (or Labyrinth Lord) rules in mind, but conversion to other OSR-games is simple enough. The Dolmenwood content is valuable for its themes, so, once again, this makes for a great idea-mine for other rules-systems as well. So, the 6th installment of Wormskin features, among other things, a rather cool article on the calendar employed by Dolmenwood’s residents – and before you sigh, let me tell you, it’s smart: We get names for days, months, feast days (both astrological and devoted ...

Rating:
[5 of 5 Stars!]
Dolmenwood Calendar
by Thilo G. [Featured Reviewer]
Publisher: Necrotic Gnome
Date Added: 05/13/2019 05:01:24
Dolmenwood Calendar An Endzeitgeist.com review This humble pdf clocks in at 13 pages, 1 page front cover/editorial, leaving us with 12 pages, so let’s take a look! So, know what can suck if you’re as anal-retentive as I am? Tracking lunar cycles in your game. For rituals. For lycanthropy. Etc. It just sucks. It takes time and effort and while it’s not insurmountable in any way, this handy game aid does it: It lists the names for the days (Colly, Chime, Hayme, Moot, Frisk, Eggfast, Sunning), listed like, well…a calendar. Where applicable, holy feasts and saint’s days are noted, and new moons and full moons are indicated by handy icons. Month-names are provided as well, and really cool: Every day after the 28th of the respective month gets its unique moniker. It’s a small thing, but I absolutely love it. Now, this is obviously for Dolmenwood, but this is useful beyond that: There is enough room in each day to put down a note; on the right-hand side of the landscape layout, we have space to put down...

Rating:
[5 of 5 Stars!]
Ruvor-083
by Bruce G.
Publisher: MadCartographer
Date Added: 05/12/2019 23:35:11
Ruvor-083 The "Mad" cartographer doesn't leave any contact info, so, let me say this directly to you: If you =are= "The Mad Cartographer" and you see me at a con someday, remind me to shake your hand and buy you a drink! This series of simple maps (and the last I saw was numbered over 300!) make world design a pice of cake. Just take the map and plop it down wherever you need it. It couldn't be any easier than that! If you're not the artist (and it takes real artistry to desing maps like this) then you might want to load up on the whole set! Yes, they are that good. And you cannot beat the price! "GURPSGM" ...

Rating:
[5 of 5 Stars!]
The Forsaken Song of the Sea
by Scott T.
Publisher: Wolfhill Entertainment
Date Added: 05/12/2019 19:35:19
The Forsaken Song of the Sea This is a good vignette if you want to avoid glossing over travel with your players. There's action if they just want to take the fastest route but hidden rewards for players that like to explore. This can be easily added into a campaign that takes players to a coastal or mountainous region with little trouble and I hope to see more of these that take place in other environments. You gotta keep the players on their toes!

Rating:
[5 of 5 Stars!]
DDAL05-02 The Black Road (5e)
by Emily L.
Publisher: Wizards of the Coast
Date Added: 05/12/2019 09:48:49
DDAL05-02 The Black Road (5e) The Black Road is the first campaign I have ever DMed. It was a great starter campaign and introduction. My players, all of whom are more experienced than me, had a great time and can't wait to find out what happens next!

Rating:
[5 of 5 Stars!]
Epyllion: A Dragon Epic
by Jamie O.
Publisher: Magpie Games
Date Added: 05/12/2019 07:54:59
Epyllion: A Dragon Epic A wholesome game focused on collaborative worldbuilding and storytelling. I can't wait to be a Dragon Master for a charity stream on June 8th for the Red Knight Inn on Twitch. Ok, enough self-promotion, let's talk about the game. Things to love: **A worldbuilder's dream** The world of Dragonia is rich enough in lore that a more casual group could get together and jump into a game with what's provided in the playbooks, but the true joy for me is that there is so much left open for the players and DM to create together. This isn't like in D&D or Pathfinder where if the campaign setting you want isn't published, then you have to create something entirely new; Epyllion provides the foundation for a world and gives you the keys to create something as fantastical or mundane as you and the players might want it to be. There's so much to work with both in terms of what is provided and what is left open that no two games of Epyllion will look the same except by design. Things that c...

Rating:
[5 of 5 Stars!]
D&D Rules Cyclopedia (Basic)
by Luke M.
Publisher: Wizards of the Coast
Date Added: 05/12/2019 01:15:18
D&D Rules Cyclopedia (Basic) In reading many comments by customers, I approached this order with great trepidation- both in general and in regards to this specific book. This is my first order from this site, so I am offering a sort of log of my overall experience for the sake of any other new customer who may be as cautious as I was going in. I placed my order for this print-on-demand book on April 29. The confirmation email stated print materials may take up to 14 business days- that's three weeks, folks- to ship. Fortunately, I received a shipping notification email on May 7. Despite claiming shipment was by Media Mail, no tracking number was provided. In any event, annoyance of no tracking number was more or less mitigated by the fact that the book arrived just four days after the shipment notice. Packing was a variation of one of those wrap-around cardboard deals you see other stores use for shipping books (that is, not really a box) but this did not affect the condition of the book at all. In fa...

Rating:
[5 of 5 Stars!]
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