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Worldbuilding Power: Divination
by richard d.
Publisher: Dancing Lights Press
Date Added: 05/11/2019 19:38:38
Worldbuilding Power: Divination Have you ever had to write a paper last minute and so you spend 30 minutes BSing the minimum required number of pages, filling it with pontless and useless info that doesnt actually GIVE any information just rewords vague sentences about the subject? Well, this author has. So if you're looking for useful tools and techniques that players or NPCs can use or even just how to build a descriptive and detailed scene for divination...this is NOT the PDF you're looking for!

Rating:
[1 of 5 Stars!]
Swords Into Plowshares
by Itai G.
Publisher: Sean K Reynolds Games
Date Added: 05/11/2019 18:02:54
Swords Into Plowshares Each item comes with a story and history. That's great. No art, which is kinda sad but understandable given the circumstances. Also not enough things which aren't weapons.

Rating:
[4 of 5 Stars!]
Future Armada: Redux Alpha
by Robert G.
Publisher: 0-hr
Date Added: 05/11/2019 14:56:47
Future Armada: Redux Alpha A wonderful product with a ton of work gone into making the ship accessable and easy to understand in scale. The maps are just the right amount of detail, and the inclusion of the versions designed to cut down the ink use for black and white printers was an amazing touch, and really put this product over the edge of being good to being amazing. Great work, keep it up!

Rating:
[5 of 5 Stars!]
The Hyper Halfling's Book of Lists, Vol.1
by Robert G.
Publisher: Goblins Comic
Date Added: 05/11/2019 14:54:00
The Hyper Halfling's Book of Lists, Vol.1 It does what it says on the tin, but with poor formating and boring design. If you are desperate for lists this is your product, but there are a million places on the internet to get the same stuff for free. Would not recommend.

Rating:
[2 of 5 Stars!]
Scarlet Heroes
by David E.
Publisher: Sine Nomine Publishing
Date Added: 05/11/2019 14:50:07
Scarlet Heroes Despite how concise & short Scarlet Heroes is compared to other retroclones, I've been using it at almost every one of my gaming sessions for a few years now, & I've yet to exhaust using it; it's ended up becoming one of my most heavily used & favourite products from this store. I wouldn't know where to start if I attempted a thorough review of it here, considering it has many possible uses, & it tends to excel in everything it does. But personally one of the biggest reasons I'd recommend it is it's become an indispensable tool in most of my solo & GM-less gaming. That is, besides many other features it has, it also includes many tables throughout it & mostly at the end of it, which essentially cover nearly everything randomly generative that I might need in any of my solo & GM-less gaming, all conveniently within this single book. Among other things, that includes a very simple-to-use & flexible oracle, as well as many tables for NPC traits & behavior, urban/wilderness/dungeon...

Rating:
[5 of 5 Stars!]
Interface: Cybernetics in Clement Sector
by Robert M.
Publisher: Gypsy Knights Games
Date Added: 05/11/2019 13:12:18
Interface:  Cybernetics in Clement Sector I was expectring this to be better than anything Mongoose did, like their Cybernetics book for 1E. Which I recommend you buy instead of this. This will only be of use to you if you use the Clement Sector as your campaign, or you want a pre written career path in Cybernetics. The Cyberware they have in the book is good, and they do a fair amount for eyes, arms, head and legs, but for the torso they only offer medichines and Dermal Armor options. Thats it. Plus Mongoose made more offerings for all parts. The author uses some key words that indicate to me that he is familair with Transhumanism, and the Celement Sector has a world dedicated to Transhumanism, but this book falls seriosuly short of giving any such offerings you see in other Transhhumanist offerings, such as Eclipse Phase and Mindjammer. They need to give serious consideration to stepping up their game with this book....

Rating:
[2 of 5 Stars!]
Banes
by Monica G. [Featured Reviewer]
Publisher: Sergeant Nerd Games
Date Added: 05/11/2019 12:15:08
Banes Banes is a book that offers a list of weaknesses that game masters can apply to the monsters or villains in their games to make them tougher for their players to defeat, and to provide a more interesting gaming experience in big fight scenes. Most game masters and players are already familar with the concept: the achilles heel that will take down a powerful monster. This occurs in one form or another in common tabletop RPGs, such as Pathfinder and D&D in the form of monsters that are aligned with a type of divine or elemental energy that take double damage from the opposite type of energy. For example, firey red dragons taking double damage from ice attacks, or evil creatures that take extra damage from the holy attacks of angels. What this book does is take that concept and expand upon it. The book starts out with some guidelines about how strengths and weaknesses should be applied to your monster. How should normal damage affect the creature? When exposed to its bane does it take...

Rating:
[3 of 5 Stars!]
John Carter of Mars Core Rulebook
by Monica G. [Featured Reviewer]
Publisher: Modiphius
Date Added: 05/11/2019 12:06:07
John Carter of Mars Core Rulebook The John Carter of Mars series by Edgar Rice Burroughs is perhaps best known for the notorious 2012 film adaption (the infamous 'mockbuster' film company The Asylum also took a stab at the character three years earlier). But the series also influenced such new classics as Star Wars and Avatar. The source material is a natural for a tabletop RPG and Modiphius Entertainment has provided it. How does it size up? The series features a Virginian native and soldier who seemingly dies in the nineteenth century and is temporarily transported to Mars (known to its inhabitants as Barsoom as chronicled in the 1917 book A Princess of Mars. A series followed and John Carter is now second only to Tarzan of the Apes as Burrough's most famous character. Although the game is faithful to the source material, the designers openly acknowledge that politically incorrect elements emerge in the original stories and are translated into the game. Context is obviously open to interpretation and players can st...

Rating:
[5 of 5 Stars!]
Barons of Braunstein
by Jacob H.
Publisher: Olde House Rules
Date Added: 05/11/2019 11:01:55
Barons of Braunstein A great simple system for a Braunstein. I wish it had more about actually running a Braunstein. There's just a single page covering that, though it's a good page.

Rating:
[5 of 5 Stars!]
The Planewalker's Handbook (2e)
by Matthew T.
Publisher: Wizards of the Coast
Date Added: 05/11/2019 04:25:17
The Planewalker's Handbook (2e) Highly recommend this book for anyone new to planescape. I have a planescape campaign setting box set and this print on demand version is way cheaper and supplies much of the same information. Does have slightly faded text, which is common with planescape, but it's legible, although the tables at the back, specifically the sand/gold coloured non-bold text is very difficult to read.

Rating:
[5 of 5 Stars!]
Hellbound - The Blood War (2e)
by Matthew T.
Publisher: Wizards of the Coast
Date Added: 05/11/2019 04:20:42
Hellbound - The Blood War (2e) Excellent print of a scan. The box sets done as a single book are generally well put together, with only slight issues with the scan of some maps looking a little rushed (probably not ideal source material to scan either, being folded for a few decades is less than optimal). Haven't tried printing maps from the supplied PDF's yet, although plan to soon.

Rating:
[5 of 5 Stars!]
The Will and the Way (2e)
by Matthew T.
Publisher: Wizards of the Coast
Date Added: 05/11/2019 04:18:20
The Will and the Way (2e) Excellent print quality in regards to the book itself. Text is a little faded, something that is often found in planescape/dark sun books. Still readable though. I presume the original was slightly longer than this book is, since both the top and bottom of the pages are slightly clipped. This means the page numbers are sometimes slightly cut off and the dark sun logo at the top of the page is clipped as well. The page numbers are still usuable but it jars a little.

Rating:
[4 of 5 Stars!]
The Factol's Manifesto (2e)
by Matthew T.
Publisher: Wizards of the Coast
Date Added: 05/11/2019 04:14:27
The Factol's Manifesto (2e) The content of the book is excellent and a useful addition to Planescape. The print itself suffers from some of the same issues that other scans from Planescape have, as well as Dark Sun. The colour balance and scan leaves some of the non-black text looking quite faded. Still perfectly useable and considering the cost of print on demand books versus buying used out of print, at least I'm not getting stiffed on book condition.

Rating:
[4 of 5 Stars!]
Planes of Chaos (2e)
by Matthew T.
Publisher: Wizards of the Coast
Date Added: 05/11/2019 04:11:36
Planes of Chaos (2e) Very nice and clear print. Very impressed at some of the print on demand books.

Rating:
[5 of 5 Stars!]
Ars Goetia - Faust's Footsteps - Goetic Magick for 'Old School Gaming'
by David G.
Publisher: Chronicle City
Date Added: 05/10/2019 20:25:39
Ars Goetia - Faust's Footsteps - Goetic Magick for 'Old School Gaming' The information is undeniably great but the author has substituted many letters and sets of letters with antiquidated characters and foreign letters, making it a pain to read and uninentionally comical; the effect of many of the substitutions is to mentally create a lisp, turning this into Demonology by Daffy Duck. Still worth the purchase for a GM who's interested in demonology and could use a point of reference, albiet one that costs more than money to use

Rating:
[4 of 5 Stars!]
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