If you want to run a game using SUPERS! Revised Edition, Black Ice is an excellent introductory escenario. My players enjoyed the story and they had the oportunity to deepen their knowledge of the system. Believe me, it has it all!
Scene Stealers 1: Black Ice has been the starting point of our campaign, and taking unto avcount its success with my group, we will try more instalments of this series
This was a lot of fun! Very theme coherent - blubbering sad fungi everywhere. Talking shrooms. Light-heartedly weird tone. Weird effects, mutations that can happen to characters who ingest shrooms. Treasure is often more interesting and twisted than a pile of coins- "Is this a 'potion of flying' or 'dying'? The label is hard to make out..." "Pickled, Evil Remains", "cracked wine glass which fills with sweet wine if repaired"
Guy Fullerton, who created deservedly well-reputed OSR-type adventure Many Gates of the Gann, and pretty much wrote the book on good design (or rather the chaotic henchmen blog posts) provided feedback (along with several other bloggers and other people) to Karl Stjernberg in making this.
The format is generally clear and the writing is brief but evocative. The OSR-friendly, easily-converted nature of the stats were no trouble, easy for someone with a 1e/S&W/Labyrinth Lord outlook to understand.
Minor quibbles: I wanted some of the monster stats c...
I give this 5 stars. The artwork is great for those wanting to create a RPG space combat or even a solar system.
In addition this is FANTASTIC for those of us that play space wargames. The Artist has included a starfield with both hexes and Squares. All you need to do is print as many copies as you need to make a space mat that looks great and you have plenty of planet and some asteroids and suns to add.
I cannot praise this product enough as it is a pay what you want. Great Value for Game masters and especially Space Gamers. Top quality artwork with fantastic multiple uses....
Bloodshot volume 1 is a decent opening to this series. The art like almost all of the Valiant books is top notch. The story in this first volume is decent and I am sure that future instalments will build on what is laid here.
Overall, for the four issues contained herein I wold say it's worth a read. Not Valiant's best work but a solid start all the same.
This is a ground-breaking kit it comes with many great plot hooks to start the adventure to suit your groups individual needs. Plenty of building charts for encounters monsters treasure all the basics in one place to not only run a smooth adveture but customizable enough so you could run this adventure several times with the same group each one being different & probably better than the last! Oath of the Frozen King is definitely setting a new higher benchmark in Adventure creation for the RPG community. This adventure can be run in other biomes also ncluded with this kit. 5 STARS ☆☆☆☆☆...
> Im new to the system but not roll playing games and I found this to be a breath of fresh air. This is such an easy setup, simple rules to get new folks to game and a very fulling move and pacing system that I've fallen in love with. I'm not sure I can go back to traditional D&D any more...
These sound bites are excellent. Just played seamlessly on my phone. What a great addition to any table.
Thanks for this bundle definitely worth the time.
As more become available will definitely look into purchasing more and longer files .
Perfect game in a minimalist form of OSR gaming. Use only one 6 sided die give to the rules a smooth taste. I think it opened to campaign gaming. In my opinion, In Darkest Warrens taster better than Black Hack or Maze Rats and it's very thin with many possibilities.
Not bad. The challenge is certainly there. I had a table of 7 players and had the luxury of using the double encounter with highest second threath possible. That was some fight I'll tell you. I love how they implemented just a plain temple right in the middle of there. Pretty cool !
This was a good sandbox adventure with lots of plot. I like how much control the players had over important events in the game, and I love that they brought back some past favorite NPCs. This was the first adventure I encountered that gave much such *detailed* stratagy as to how the baddies would react to various situations. It was both helpful, yet a bit limiting, too, as those stragagies got them killed a bit faster. lol
With so much going on I really appreciated that the writers broke this up into 5 sections. Bite sized pieces if you will....