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Cover full page - Gorgon Sorceress - RPG Stock Art
by Robert B.
Publisher: Dean Spencer Art
Date Added: 09/18/2020 11:39:26
Cover full page - Gorgon Sorceress - RPG Stock Art Fantastic artwork. I recomend any of Dean Spencer's stock art for any publisher or GM.

Rating:
[5 of 5 Stars!]
Dreamhaven Issue 1
by James P.
Publisher: Planar Compass
Date Added: 09/18/2020 09:01:12
Dreamhaven Issue 1 This zine is great! The art is amazing and spread consistently throughout, the different classes and abilities are unique and well thought out, and best of all, the adventures are varied and work as stand-alone stories or potentially as a longer campaign (if you live that long). I have already played through the first half of the first adventure, and I can't wait to go back and finish it up. It's a lot of fun!

Rating:
[5 of 5 Stars!]
Esper Genesis Basic Rules
by Isidoros M.
Publisher: Alligator Alley Entertainment
Date Added: 09/18/2020 08:34:53
Esper Genesis Basic Rules Very well put and researched thoroughly! I didn't even know that fire is different in zero G!

Rating:
[5 of 5 Stars!]
S4: The Lost Caverns of Tsojcanth (1e)
by Chris B.
Publisher: Wizards of the Coast
Date Added: 09/18/2020 01:44:47
S4: The Lost Caverns of Tsojcanth (1e) The POD book is pretty decent quality, overall, with a couple caveats. First, the blue-printed map pages look faded, almost like the printer didn't have ~quite~ enough blue ink on board. Not a huge deal, since it is still perfectly readable, it's just less intense than the black printing. Secondly, this is both booklets in a glued binding. I would prefer classic modules like this to be staple-bound. Not very POD, perhaps, but you have to strain the binding to read text close to a spread's middle. As a reprint, it has everything you need, it's just not nearly as convenient as the original format. The adventure is great--I mean, there's a reason I ordered this reprint! I'm glad I did, AND I would buy another copy if it was offered in the OG format. In total, worth the money. Expect a little fiddliness when reading it or using it at the table. Everything else, top notch....

Rating:
[4 of 5 Stars!]
The Big Book of Small Quests (And One Big Adventure)
by Amber C.
Publisher: Saga the Game
Date Added: 09/17/2020 19:38:01
The Big Book of Small Quests (And One Big Adventure) This one is an excellent way, I feel, to get to know people who you could potentially game with. Or to take a break between bigger Sagas for one of these stories. Again, another amazing set! Cannot stress enough to people how amazing the Saga books are and how easy they are to play.

Rating:
[5 of 5 Stars!]
Collected Spells, Monsters, Magic Items
by Amber C.
Publisher: Saga the Game
Date Added: 09/17/2020 19:13:30
Collected Spells, Monsters, Magic Items Excellent supplement to the Epic and Mythic Saga books! Looking forward to utilizing this soon!

Rating:
[5 of 5 Stars!]
The Scarecrow of Renithath County
by Amber C.
Publisher: Saga the Game
Date Added: 09/17/2020 19:08:46
The Scarecrow of Renithath County I am so excited for this one!! I am going to start up a game and this is the story we are going to start with! I love the imagery that is used and the characters. This will be an excellent way to introduce the young adults that I have in my life to Saga. I cannot wait to tell the story of the heroes that will be created!

Rating:
[5 of 5 Stars!]
Dreamhaven Issue 1
by Ben G.
Publisher: Planar Compass
Date Added: 09/17/2020 19:08:42
Dreamhaven Issue 1 We've played a couple sessions using this zine and it's been an absolute blast. The writing and accompanying art give players a vivid view of the world It's the colorful inhabitants. The dungeon was an absolute blast and a breath of fresh air compared to most dungeon crawls. I can't wait for us to try it out again so I can go explore parts we missed the first time around. Encounters can be more on the dangerous/deadly side. So having a backup character prepared wouldn't be a bad idea. ...

Rating:
[5 of 5 Stars!]
Witch & Knave
by Richard S.
Publisher: Things I Keep
Date Added: 09/17/2020 16:38:29
Witch & Knave A great solo rpg. Almost everything you need is contained in the book. Just add a question oracle and you're off and running. I love the light setting, its all you need for solo as detailed settings can be restrictive. Character creation is quick but really detailed. The blood and doom track is really innovative. Encumberance is handled simply and has you contantly chewing your lip over how much you can carry, as it should. The rules can be a bit vague at times but it seems that the author is updating so I'm sure it will all get ironed out in the future. Recommended! Update. This game is a work in progress. The latest update contains very big changes. It has most certainly improved and is much less vague. Monster creation is now completely unique. The magic sytem has improved and exploration is far more concise. Cool!...

Rating:
[5 of 5 Stars!]
Adventure System
by A customer
Publisher: Idyll Creations
Date Added: 09/17/2020 16:35:24
Adventure System I really love this system. As a game master, I like to build my own worlds, and many game systems limit that. Adventure System doesn't use classes, so you can make whatever type of character you want. Becasue there are no classes, a GM is not restricted in his world building like he is in many other games. The Core rule book even comes with primers for the old west, supers and WW II. One mechanic that I get a lot of use out is the compass. The Compass helps a character grow and evolve based on the actions he or she takes. Although, on it's surface, Adventure System looks a lot like other dice type driven games, I find it to be less crunchy with math and flows very smoothly. I also like to make house rules and tweak games, and if thats your thing too, you will find Adventure System easy to do that with too. It is a great tool set to make your own world with. The only criticism I have is the name. 'Adventure System' is almost impossible to find in search eng...

Rating:
[5 of 5 Stars!]
The Last Parsec: Core
by Mason E.
Publisher: Pinnacle Entertainment
Date Added: 09/17/2020 15:26:24
The Last Parsec: Core *The Last Parsec* is a little different than all the other Savage Worlds settings. This one does not have a single, master story arc going on in the background (like the Deadlands and ETU stories) and is a lot more open. But, that does not mean that story potential lacks. It also does not mean that you can't run a Plot Point Campaign in the Last Parsec. In fact, the supplements to this Core book provide some very nice Plot Point Campaigns. But, for opening up a galaxy of potential, that's where *The Last Parsec* excels. Make sure you get the SF companion. I've started running this game for my friends using the One-Sheet (free on Pinnacle's Web site) of "The Unexpected Colony." The game flows quite smoothly and feels a lot more Science Fiction than if we were playing a Space Fantasy game. I think I might have just found my favorite setting for Savage Worlds... And, as a side note, the conversion over to SWADE is incredibly simple. And, yes, I'd like ...

Rating:
[5 of 5 Stars!]
Bootstraps
by DSC T. G. C. _.
Publisher: White Wolf
Date Added: 09/17/2020 15:23:15
Bootstraps Bootstraps is a Changeling adventure and city book. It introduces us to the city of Bloomington Indiana and the Barony of Coral Charm. This adventure introduces characters to the city along with Freehold Farm.. a active farm located in the remains of a changeling freehold. Along they way the characters face numerous dangerous both politcal and chimerical, and even have to deal with a Nazi or two. The Tabletop Gaming Club played this adventure, and we did like it. It serves as a good introduction to a game set in Bloomington. We recommend the product....

Rating:
[4 of 5 Stars!]
100 Fantasy Book Titles
by Ben J.
Publisher: Pink Dice Bag Publishing
Date Added: 09/17/2020 15:19:23
100 Fantasy Book Titles Titles sound super realistic and there's a lot of variety. Awesome list.

Rating:
[5 of 5 Stars!]
The Hollow
by Ben J.
Publisher: Moth Lands
Date Added: 09/17/2020 15:17:33
The Hollow Super slick and pro looking. Hard to believe it's pwyw.

Rating:
[5 of 5 Stars!]
TSAO: These Stars Are Ours!
by Eric F.
Publisher: Stellagama Publishing
Date Added: 09/17/2020 15:11:33
TSAO: These Stars Are Ours! "These Stars Are Ours is a space-opera setting for the Cepheus Engine Core Rules and other 2D6 OGL SciFi games. Set in 2260 AD - two years after the Terrans took Keid and forced the Reticulan Empire to capitulate the book it introduces the player characters to the immediate aftermath of the Terran victory in the Terran Liberation War against the mighty Reticulan Empire and its many thralls. For their part, the upstart Terrans, bolstered by their victory against their old masters, now move to become a power to be reckoned with in interstellar affairs. Against this background of espionage, maneuvering, and saber-rattling, and on the new interstellar frontiers, the player characters can forge a destiny of heroes or villains of the new United Terran Republic. The book provides all the astrography and background necessary to set a sci-fi campaign in the exciting times of the 23rd century. It is two years after we won the War against our old Reticulan masters. We - the children of...

Rating:
[5 of 5 Stars!]
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