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Little Wizards Preview
by Clay K. [Verified Purchaser] Date Added: 08/09/2013 12:47:20

I thought it was a great idea. A little old for my kids presently, but when they hit about 7-8, I think it will work fine! Good variety with a simplistic twist! Thanks



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Fantasy Craft Second Printing
by Sam R. [Verified Purchaser] Date Added: 05/24/2013 17:50:43

A fresh and inspiring take on the d20 system with many practical new mechanics (as well as a few which could be dispensed with). The introduction of drama dice as both a reward system and a multifunctional means of boosting rolls is especially appealing. I was also pleased to find the openness of the system allows for much customisation to suit particular sub-genres and settings. My only criticism is that I feel some of the low-level class features are a bit gratuitous although I have not experienced all of them in play yet and so they might be more balanced then first seem.



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Call to Arms: Crusader
by Montgomery A B. [Verified Purchaser] Date Added: 02/08/2013 13:11:54

Great take on a more martial version of the Priest in Fantasy Craft. The many Subplots granted by the class features, and the Reputation rewards for completing them, are great feature, and the other class features make this a stand up class to stand up for your god, and be a viable alternative to the Soldier and the Monk as front-line base-class combatants. A good read, and an excellent addition to an already great game.



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Fantasy Craft Second Printing
by Ward M. [Verified Purchaser] Date Added: 02/02/2013 09:23:28

Fantasy Craft, Second Printing (Crafty Games) 402 page PDF

The good: I really enjoyed the point-buy system for creating NPC/Monster challenges for the party to face. I've never seen anything like it before.

The bad: Unfortunately, the bad outweighs the good. Organizationally, this book is a hot mess. I read the character creation chapter twice, and I am still not sure I understand it. (I have been gaming for 30 years) Most of the book just seems needlessly complex to me.

After reading the dozen-plus glowing reviews on this website, I was expecting this to be the best book in the history of gaming. (I guess disappointment was inevitable)

The bottom line: If you are looking for a ready-made campaign, this isn't your game. It's more of a toolbox that lets you create the fantasy of your choosing. Be prepared to do a LOT of work preparing and planning the campaign before play begins.



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Call to Arms: Crusader
by Megan R. [Featured Reviewer] Date Added: 01/30/2013 04:56:49

When you go forth to preach, the saying says, do not forget your cudgel. Sometimes words (or spells) alone are not enough to further your deity's ends upon this earth, and that is when you call upon the Crusader, an holy warrior dedicated to the service of his god and expressing his faith through force of arms against the enemies that dare oppose him.

The Crusader's primary abilities revolve around combat, with his prowess being enhanced with powers granted through his faith by his deity. As well as slaying his god's enemies, he may quest for artefacts sacred to his faith or those which threaten it, and provide martial support to other devotees such as Priests or Inquisitors. Indeed, a whole campaign might revolve around a god-fearing party sent on missions to further their chosen faith, with the Crusader providing the muscle.

In battle, the Crusader can increase his effects through Battle Chants in which he calls down divine aid upon himself and his comrades, as well as having the ability to smite targets of a particular type abhorred by his deity. It's an excellent class for players who enjoy combat but don't want to be mindless in their violence. Many races do well at this class, provided they match unswerving faith with physical strength and intelligence. A powerful influence is the Crusader's 'Call to Arms' in which a divine mission is selected, a point at which GM and player can collaborate in shaping the Crusader's role and the entire campaign; with futher opportunities to add more subplots as the game develops.

This class takes a basic 'Holy Warrior' concept and turns it into something truly game-changing.



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Call to Arms: Inquisitor
by Megan R. [Featured Reviewer] Date Added: 01/30/2013 04:28:22

Suitable for a campaign where at least one deity demands worship and has an organised and influential organisation to meet that deity's needs, the Inquisitor character class is based around the role of an agent charged with keeping devotees on the straight and narrow, and stamping out heresies and dissent wherever they raise their head.

An Inquisitor needs to be wise as well as forceful, and it is a suitable role for lovers of intrigue. Whilst they can use violence to further their ends they are not generally front-rank combatants when it comes to a brawl although they can be potent in a supportive role, particularly when they can be theatening and intimidating against those of an alignment (or faith) different to their own. Many say Humans make the best Inquisitors but both Elves and Orcs have proven successful in their own way too. Whilst religious fervour and an unbending nature are common, some Inquisitors hone their investigative skills to become effective dectectives rooting out malcontent and dissent even when it is well-hidden. It is a role full of possibilities both for the player and for the GM seeking to embed this strand within the overall plotline or even weaving adventures around this approach to religious purity.

A series of style feats based around persecution provides an added advantage when dealing with those of a different alignment and gives scope for non-combat activities. Overall this is a role suitable for both players and NPCs alike, one full of story potential (and one that's causing me to reach for the plotbook even as I finish writing the review!).



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Call to Arms: Avatar
by Megan R. [Featured Reviewer] Date Added: 01/30/2013 04:03:43

Fantasy gods like to meddle in the affairs of mortals, but prefer not to get their own hands dirty or put themselves at risk... and the Avatar class is a perfect vehicle for their machinations!

This beautifully-crafted class allows the character to promote the interests of his deity whilst remaining eminently playable as an autonomous character. It is well-suited to the dedicated role-player interested in developing a rounded character with a specific devotion to something 'higher' than himself. Class-specific abilities are honed to represent the chosen deity's influence and patronage with a range of options available to suit both deity and the concept that is required: anything from a brash youngster marked out for a bright future to a wise counsellor drawing on more than his own knowledge, a grim and ruthless performer of his god's dirty work or a quiet labourer toiling to further the interests of a more gentle deity.

The role is intended to be a supportive one, someone who provides quiet direction to the rest of the party, perhaps even subtle manipulation to achieve the deity's ends. The Avatar can be a potent spell-caster and battlefield support with a range of abilities that empower both the Avatar himself and his companions to survive - including several ones which allow rerolls at critical moments! You can just image the deity looking down and saying "Hmm, can't have that happen now!"

This class could be a potent force in a campaign where the Gods play a pivotal role, and will work best when player and GM are prepared to collaborate to create a real sense of divine intervention during the course of the action. Neat!



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Call to Arms: Avatar
by Jay S. A. [Featured Reviewer] Date Added: 01/30/2013 00:04:00

The Avatar is one of Fantasy Craft’s latest releases in the Call to Arms series. As a Master Class, it represents concepts that are open to the higher level characters in the game.

In the Avatar’s case, we’re looking at characters that are living embodiments of faith, the pinnacle of religious unity between man and god. It’s an interesting concept, and is a recurring theme in a lot of Fantasy fiction, and I’m eager to sink my teeth into what this class can do.

As with the other classes, the Avatar can take a myriad of specific concepts. From a reincarnated master to an offspring of the gods come to further the agenda of his divine parents. This is the kind of flexibility that I’ve come to expect from Fantasy Craft and I can already see how this can be useful in a Wuxia campaign, for example.

Unlike the Base or Expert classes, the Master Class does not begin with a Core Ability.

The Avatar begins, appropriately enough, with an ability called Alpha. Each teammate that can see or hear the character, and any other character who shares the same Alignment who can see or hear you becomes immune to negative morale penalties and Morale effects. These characters all automatically succeed with Knowledge checks made to recognize the Avatar.

While this doesn’t seem like much, immunity to negative effects is always handy. The added value of being able to be recognized on sight by those of your faith is a nice touch.

So it was Written… allows for the Avatar to reroll a failed save, attack check or skill check a number of times in a session equal to the Avatar’s Class Level.

Path of the Devoted has the Avatar take a Step in their chosen Alignment.

Sliver of Divinity is an interesting power that allows you to bestow your teammates a Step in a chosen Path. It might not sound like much, but this means that the entire team gains extra abilities or powers by virtue of having the Avatar among them.

…So it is Done allows the Avatar to apply the So it was Written… rerolls for their teammate’s failed rolls. I can imagine Avatars being everyone’s best friends at this point if they aren’t already.

The Avatar’s final ability, Omega is literally awe-inspiring. Once per session they can reveal the full glory of their Alignment to unbelievers. Those who do not share the Avatar’s alignment must make a Will save or immediately be sprawled and frightened for 3d5 rounds. Thankfully this power does not affect teammates.

As a fan of support classes, I’m pretty pleased with what the Avatar brings to the table. Combined with some of the earlier Base or Expert Classes, this can be made to simulate all sorts of divinely powered Chosen Ones. They might not be the damage dealers, but their ability to supplement their team and bestow immunities and even rerolls are incredibly useful for a broad range of situations.

Of the three Call to Arms classes in this wave of releases, I think that the Avatar is perhaps one of the most interesting in terms of story potential. Already I can see how the Class works to simulate a Bodhisattva or other enlightened beings.



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Call to Arms: Crusader
by Jay S. A. [Featured Reviewer] Date Added: 01/29/2013 23:27:35

The Crusader is the iconic Holy Warrior. Unlike the Priest, the Crusader expresses his devotion to his religion through martial skill. Of course, this being Fantasy Craft, the Crusader Class encompasses a huge amount of possible concepts. Anything from the iconic Paladin to a vicious zealot to witch-hunters all fall under the purview of the Crusader class for as long as we’re talking warriors with religious fervor.

The Crusader’s Core Ability is Purifier, which allows the character to spend 1 action die to boost an attack or opposed skill check targetting a character with a different Alignment. This pretty much is a microcosm of what the Crusader is all about, smiting heathens, which is a perfectly awesome thing to do.

A Crusader also starts off with Called to Arms, a chain of Class abilities that tie into the Subplot mechanic from the Fantasy Craft core rules. While pursuing this Subplot, the Reputation reward for the adventure increases, and completing it grants 1 rank of Renown in a track of their choice. The Crusader also gains their Alignment’s ritual weapon at no cost. I love this particular series of Class Abilities as it emulates the Questing nature of the Crusader. Whether it’s to liberate a holy land, cleanse witches or find a sacred artifact, it’s a neat way to fold in mechanics with a compelling story that further motivates the Crusader and makes him a force of change rather than just someone that is content to wait around a tavern until some mysterious stranger hands him a map.

Starting from the second level, the Crusader also gains access to Battle Chants, another chain of Class abilities that allow for them to grant beneficial effects to themselves. These range from bonuses to attacks, Defense or various resistances. As the Crusader gains further levels he can access more chants and grant their benefits to a comrade as well. It’s a great way to emulate the prayers before (or during a battle) that make playing such a character more flavorful and rewarding.

The Path of the Crusader chain represents how the Crusader moves along his Alignment’s Paths, gaining abilities relevant to the Path that the Crusader is pursuing.

The ever-popular Smite power is here, allowing the Crusader to lay down divine wrath upon their enemies. The Crusader chooses the type of opponents that suffer from his wrath. When the Crusader spends and rolls an action die to boost damage, they may replace the action die’s result with half their Career Level. This is a neat little safety built in so that there’s never a point where the action die is “wasted” by a bad roll.

Sword of Faith is another interesting power as it infuses sacred weapons with divine power. When wielding their ritual weapon, the Crusader can bestow an Essence (aka magical effect) upon it. The further abilities on this chain allow for additional effects to stack, creating truly fearsome (and customized) weapons.

Divine Virtue allows the Crusader to grant immunity to baffled, fixated or frightened conditions as long as your allies can see or hear you. Furthermore, all of them are considered to share your Alignment. Advanced applications of this power grant further immunity to shaken, sickened and slowed as well.

The game-breaker of the Crusader Class is the aptly named Wrath of God. Once per session, a Crusader can opt to use the ability upon hitting an opponent with an attack. If the target is a standard character, it dies. If the target is a special character, then they get to make a Will Save or die.

As a big Paladin fan, I find the Crusader to be downright awesome. It takes on the role of a divine warrior and plays it to the hilt. The high standard of quality when it comes to Fantasy Craft classes shines through in the Crusader, and as always it gives options without restricting player creativity.

The fact that it is actually possible to play a divine sniper of sorts as a Crusader, or to run around as a Solomon Kane-ish character with the Class is all the more reason to like it.



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Call to Arms: Inquisitor
by Jay S. A. [Featured Reviewer] Date Added: 01/29/2013 23:26:12

The Inquisitor is the newest Expert Class to be released in the 4th wave of Fantasy Craft’s excellent Call to Arms series of supplements. As always, the Class is not a specific thing, but covers a wide variety of interesting character concepts ranging from the classical Church agent that hunts down heretics to cruel enforcers that protect the powerful from popular disapproval.

It’s an interesting class that is essentially a Religiously motivated Spy. If the Crusader is a warrior with zeal, the Inquisitor’s methods don’t always involve combat, but are more focused towards ferreting out secrets by both social and covert means.

I love that the Core Ability of the Inquisitor’s core ability is Disconcerting. It’s a great way to make an entrance or a dramatic reveal, as the character may declare their affiliation with the Inquisition to spend and roll an action die. They may then choose a number of characters equal to the roll’s result that become shaken until the end of the scene or until the start of the next combat, whichever is first.

Yes, there’s an opening right there for a Monty Python reference.

Hammer of Heretics bestows ranks of Noble Renown and bonuses to Intimidate and Investigate checks equal to the character’s Noble Renown. This ability increases with levels, allowing the Inquisitor to gain the Menacing Threat quality as well as a passive ability to counter attempts to lie or conceal the truth from you.

Condemn allows for the Inquisitor to levy a pronouncement with such force that you can make the target suffer a morale penalty with Charisma-based skills equal to the Inquisitor’s Wisdom Modifier. Higher versions of this power inflict Stress damage equal to the Inquisitor’s Class Level. While this doesn’t seem like much at the moment, given the context of Fantasy Craft’s system, this is as harsh an attack as you can make in a social setting. The penalty to Charisma-based skills equal to the Inquisitor’s Wisdom is pretty crippling for all but the most suave of characters, and could very well lead to a spiral of doom as their attempts to assert themselves in the scene only result to further ruin.

Phoenix Wright fans will definitely enjoy using that power.

Incorruptible is a nice touch as it grants Damage Resistance against an Alignment of choice. However, I was wondering if it would break in any way if I allowed the Inquisitor to change their choice of Alignment where Incorruptible would apply if they ever complete a Subplot that invalidates their choice.

Path of the Devoted allows the Inquisitor to proceed along the Steps of the Alignment they serve.

Agent of the Church is a nice touch, as the Inquisitor suddenly gets extra Reputation that they can spend to get Noble Favors. This represents how the Inquisitor’s patrons pave the way for the character to get whatever they might need to pursue their investigations.

And finally, one of the most amusingly named game-breaking abilities for the Inquisitor: Torches and Pitchforks. I don’t think I need to go into that much detail, but this allows the Inquisitor to whip up a frenzied mob hostile towards characters of your chosen Alignment and immune to negative Morale effects.

The Inquisitor is a prime example of just how Fantasy Craft is more than just a game of combat (even if it does that really well.) Having a Church Spy works for a lot of interesting concepts, and brings me happy memories of a character I once played that served in this regard.

While it might not seem so powerful outright, the Inquisitor’s abilities focus on information gathering and control, as well as the use of said information to gain necessary leverage. While it might not be an optimal class choice for a dungeon delve, many of the more political games can benefit greatly from having the Inquisitor in play.



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Mistborn Adventure Game Digital Edition
by Chris M. [Verified Purchaser] Date Added: 07/31/2012 11:30:39

This is just a quick note to correct something I saw in Jason C's review of this game. The central mechanic is NOT to roll a number of d6s and sum the result.

Instead, this game uses a unique (as far as I know) central mechanic of having you roll a certain number of dice based on your score in an attribute, plus extra dice for Traits that apply (kind of like Aspects from FATE games) and any circumstantial modifiers and then look for matches in the results. You then take the highest matching pair from 1 to 5 and try to equal or exceed a difficulty number with that match. For example, if the difficulty is 3 and you roll 6 dice and get a 1, 2, 4, 4, 5, and 3, you succeed because you have a matched pair of 4 that beats the difficulty number. Results of 6 are called Nudges and can do different things to augment success or mitigate complications from failure, but never count towards getting your matched pair. If you're rolling directly against someone (attack versus defense, for example) and you tie, then number of Nudges breaks the tie.



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Mistborn Adventure Game Digital Edition
by Jason C. [Featured Reviewer] Date Added: 07/21/2012 23:57:32

I recently got this in hardcopy, and was happy to review it here as well. I should note up front that I've never read the Mistborn series and honestly don't really read that much fantasy. So I came into it as an experienced roleplayer but a complete Mistborn noob.

The system presented is a solid system using six sided dice, similar to the classic d6 system from West End Games, though with some updated material to assist in improvisation and encourage players to use descriptions and environments for dynamic, vivid play. Characters roll a set of d6s and sum the result, trying to beat a target number. It gets the job done.

The setting is described succinctly and evocatively in a chapter or two, with a few more more dedicated to the magic system of the setting, which is unique. Magic in this world is connected to different sorts of metal and they have unique properties.

For example, one sort of magical effect permits people to offload their memories into magical pieces of copper, for later recall. What's important about these effects is that they are expansively detailed not necessarily in their capacities, but in how they've impacted the setting. What does it mean when a mage literally can carry a library in his pocket - what kind of personality would it create to know nothing until they need to know it? (No smart remarks about smartphones and wikipedia apps.)

Characters are part of a "crew", with a shared agenda, from the beginning. This selection helps games find direction, which is definitely needed in a fantasy world that you might not know anything about.

The ultimate test of a "new fantasy world" RPG for me is whether I want to play it, and the answer is yes, yes, I really, really do. This game makes me want to play a Mistborn game right away.

Because of the compelling, clear setting, the unique magical materials and the solid, well-explained system, I'm giving this game my highest marks.



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Mistborn Adventure Game Digital Edition
by Matt L. [Verified Purchaser] Date Added: 07/21/2012 18:55:59

Mistborn is an RPG that is set in an already defined world, as many of you already know. I will not spend a lot of time going over the world details. I will focus more on the game mechanics here. You will be able to read my full review at gamer-goggles.com.

Crafty games has managed to create a completely new RPG system for this fantasy steampunk genre. The system is a d6 system that uses a pool of dice. The roll that a player makes can be augmented by various traits and skills. As with almost all RPG's the task you are trying to accomplish determines the difficulty as defined by the narrator (GM).

Another cool aspect in the Mistborn Game is that you are encouraged to describe what ever you want in great detail. This is something that should be done in the fashion that each group of gamers accepts with in their session.

The Magic system is truly unique and is very detailed. There is a complete, history, methodology, and mechanic system for each “school” of magic. This allows players to truly explore them and develop characters in several different ways, giving each a lot of flavor.

Character creation is well dummy proof. I do not believe I have seen a system that has so much detail on character creation. There is in fact so much detail you actually have to try and make a mistake. The methodology is not that different from other systems. That is powers and attributes. Of course you can focus on a certain area, doing this will weaken other areas. The character generation system kind of has the role of a character built in to it.

I like Mistborn. I think crafty did a darn good job creating a system that that is unique. The draw back I see is that it is unique. By creating a unique system role players will not just be able to pick it up and play a game. Again you can read the full review at http://gamer-goggles.com/?p=3861



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Mistborn Adventure Game Digital Edition
by Cleta A. [Verified Purchaser] Date Added: 07/13/2012 20:42:24

Mistborn

My very first time ever playing a RPG game and I am totally hooked after playing Mistborn. The Novella to the game was very well written could have been a novel on it's own accord but described the world and game very well . The world of Scadrial is a world ruled by a dark lord and the Nobles that work along with him and society under the darklord . The people and creatures were described to the point I felt like I could see through through their eyes and to see what was happening in the land there were so much detail for example the "Skaa" people who you will learn more about in the game I could just see their ashen covered faces and their dirty hands as they slaved and worked for the Nobles and we treated very badly sometimes worse than animals even. The Nobles of course were in control of all the mines and plantations in the land the mines being where all the metals and gold came from as Burgh Bylerum would pass all this down to his sons as had been done many times in the past. The ladies are very elegant as described with beautiful dresses but don't be fooled they are very strong and can stand on their own accord.

The game made it very easy for a beginner like myself to play the game what you need to play at least one to five friends and someone who is willing to become the narrator who will share the world and the characters to a point everyone can take on their own role as whatever character they have chosen.

The Mistborn Adventure Game uses six-sided dice (the cube-shaped ones you find in most family board games), and you should have at least five to ten of them. Each player could have their own dice if they wish. The game takes place in a Final Empire on a world called Scadrial there are
4 key cities in the game 1.Central Dominance: Luthadel is the capital of the Central Dominance and the entire Final Empire 2.Terris Dominance:Terris is the ancestral home of the Terrismen. It is a mountainous region located north of the Northern Dominance 3.Northern Dominance: Urteau is a key crossroads city in the Northern Dominance. It was the traditional seat of House Venture although the family is based mainly in the capital 4.Western Dominance:Fadrex City is an important cross roads city in the Western Dominance. Although all cities outside of Luthadel are forbidden from having walls, Fadrex City has a natural rock formation that makes it very easy to defend. Then the people. 1.Nobles : They are early supporters of the Lord Ruler and they got the gift of Allomancy because of their support. 2.Skaa: descendants of people who did not support the Lord Ruler when he first came to power basally slaves to the nobles and were treated very badly. Creatures 1.Mistwraiths : They are part of the reason the Skaa people fear the mist they are shape shifters and scavengers that have the ability to add the bones of creatures they consume to their own forms. Mistwraiths can become kandra. 2.Kandra : they are quite intelligent, and valued for their skill as impersonators. To hire a Kandra you must pay him with with atium, the most powerful Allomantic metal and they do not die naturally. 3.Koloss: Bestial creatures they have two emotional states boredom and rage . They have superhuman strength and grow to a maximum height of about 13 feet at which point their hearts cannot support their bulk and they die. Although powerful in combat they are seldom used for they have a tendency to completely ravage the enemy in battle making them unsuitable for attacking cities and other civilized targets. They can be controlled with emotional Allomancy by a very powerful Mistborn or a group of Soothers. Rules 1.Any player can veto a detail about his or her own character. 2.The Narrator can veto or confirm any detail introduced by anyone regardless of whose character is impacted or how. 3.Beats: The Narrator decides the length of each Beat and can change the length of each beat A character who “catches a Beat” may take an extra action. This action may not be saved and is lost if not used immediately. A character who “loses a Beat” has to sit the next Beat out, unable to take any meaningful actions.

To sum everything up this game has everything needed to make it easy for even someone like me who has never played a RPG game before to start a game and get totally hooked. The novella was extremely long and could have been a novel on its on but if you enjoy reading as I do and want to get great details about the game and the story behind it you will truly enjoy reading it. Making your crew is very easy and making your characters is very easy I found it very exciting describing my character (She was a lady shift shaper) her looks were very deceiving and had the ability to change into whatever she encountered to use it in battle. My over all view on this it is very well done everything a great RPG game should have I am now hooked. Thank you, Cleta Amburgey



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Fantasy Craft Second Printing
by Bill L. [Verified Purchaser] Date Added: 04/20/2012 14:35:17

While there are certainly some rough edges, and the lack of a consistent release schedule is nothing short of infuriating, this is still the best thing to happen to RPGs in the last 20 years.



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