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Forgotten Tomb (5e)
Publisher: R&D Adventures
by Customer Name Withheld [Verified Purchaser]
Date Added: 01/05/2017 11:14:26

Perfect for my needs of filling a sandbox: Wonderful presentation, succint descriptions, clear and to the point.

Bear in mind this is a small, couple page product. If you're looking for something more filled out this may not be for your tastes.



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The Fungus Forest
Publisher: Nash Press
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Date Added: 01/05/2017 10:50:51

Easily the best module I have picked up so far.

Wow! Absolutely amazing! So much content and extremely well thought out. Great map size and variation of creatures, an utterly exceptional module compared to other purchases available on the market.

( I'll be updating my review after my group has fully run it for extra thoughts on how it runs. )



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An (un)Deathly Storm
Publisher: Sacrosanct Games
by Customer Name Withheld [Verified Purchaser]
Date Added: 01/04/2017 19:22:55

A nice little plug-in-and-play adventure for when you need one. Does what it says on the tin.

Well presented and laid out with a map. The only thing that I'd say is that it is an exceptionally straightforward adventure for my uses - a large focuse on the initial monster type and the dungeon is one concept, which is expected for the plug-in-and-play-style-map - so you might want to add a little oomph to the dungeon.



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Fantasy Commodities 4
Publisher: Dark Quest Games
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Date Added: 11/16/2016 21:22:04

Don't. Buy. It.

An absolute waste of time, I cannot stress this enough. Not worth your time even if it was free.

among the 29 items in this set, you get: 2 types of cabbages 14 types of coral, of which 5 are dwarven Coral, 6 are Elf Coral, and 3 are Hag Coral Out of those coral, each coral type gets one description that is copy pasted.

So in reality, you get: 1 - Cabbages 2 - coral 8 other items, including coal, flour, tar, walnuts and truffles, of nebulous use.

This is by far the worst and laziest table I have yet to see, don't bother with it, free online resources would be better.



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Fantasy Commodities 2
Publisher: Dark Quest Games
by Customer Name Withheld [Verified Purchaser]
Date Added: 11/16/2016 20:19:59

Honestly I am highly dissapointed with this book, even for the price. If you're thinking of getting this, buy the first one instead. Even better, get "Fantasy Fungi", which really shows this up, with more interesting descriptions and uses, more detailed descriptions, and better environment/habitat descriptions.

Many of the goods are things like millipedes, fireflies, minnow, earthworms, dandelions, which not only are typically priced at 1cp - why would an adventurer ever bother with such a small return? - but are exceptionally uncreative and just a bit of a let down, honestly. This could be redeemable if the ones that say they are used by "alchemists, potionists and wizards" gave a good reason for their use, but they really don't. I'm not sure why these were considered to be a "fantasy commodity" i don't see what is fantastical about them or what makes them a commodity... honestly, i doubt i'd even have an NPC village town in which these were of interest.

Then you also have to account for three different double ups - a couple of animal products that are the same, as well as some ore that has near identical descriptions, and then utterly no reasons given for their price.

I know the price is very good, and there are a couple things that are interesting - but thinking about it, I'm not sure if it was worth trawling through for the gems. As I said - better stuff out there, even for this pricetag. I'm just not sure what the creator was thinking with some of this stuff. A little lazy.



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Fantasy Fungi
Publisher: Dark Quest Games
by Customer Name Withheld [Verified Purchaser]
Date Added: 11/16/2016 12:32:34

Exactly what it says on the tin: A huge selection of fantasy mushrooms for alchemy, craftmen and cooks. You never knew you needed this, but it contributes a huge amount of flavour for your campaign, with all sorts of uses.



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Castle Book I (1978)
Publisher: Judges Guild
by Customer Name Withheld [Verified Purchaser]
Date Added: 11/16/2016 10:36:07

Honestly, if you're thinking of getting this book, get "Village Book 1" instead. Most of what is covered in here is covered there, but more in depth. I will be honest, I was tempted to rate 1 star.

If you want a bunch of castle maps then maybe this might be useful for you, but they honestly aren't that detailed.

The only real redeeming feature for me was the "Random Follower Chart" which is interesting, but you probably have a usable table for this already anyway.



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