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Kev's Lounge Paper Minis: A Rhapsody of Clashing Steel
par Dave H.
Editeur: Kev's Lounge
Date Ajoutée: 04/29/2016 14:54:34
Kev's Lounge Paper Minis: A Rhapsody of Clashing Steel Kev's figures are among the best in the marketplace. The artbook showing the development of each figure is a bonus beyond expectations. I always look forward to each release.

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The One Ring - Journeys and Maps
par Paul R.
Editeur: Cubicle 7 Entertainment Ltd.
Date Ajoutée: 04/29/2016 14:52:12
The One Ring - Journeys and Maps This book is a tremendous resource for any One Ring Loremaster who wants to flesh out his journeys! I love how well organized all the info is, and how creatively written each part is. The book has great ideas / encounter seeds for hazards in general, arranged by terrain difficulty, and even some for specificly named locaitons. The journey by boat section was particularly timely, as I bought this book just as my group embarked on a boating adventure. I love how there are whole sections on creating environmental features (waterfalls, thickets, caves, mines), meeting people and stopping at local farmhouses (poor, rich, roadside inn, etc.), and even a whole chapter devoted to creating ruins for your party to discover! The maps look great, too! They are plenty detailed enough for using on my laptop / tablet screen while preparing or projecting on my TV during gameplay....

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Pro RPG Audio: Fantasy Tavern
par Cody K.
Editeur: Plate Mail Games
Date Ajoutée: 04/29/2016 14:42:38
Pro RPG Audio: Fantasy Tavern 1. Beautiful track, great for not only a tavern but any crowded city square or market.

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The Swashbuckler - A Dungeon World Playbook
par Dwayne J.
Editeur: Awful Good Games
Date Ajoutée: 04/29/2016 14:06:51
The Swashbuckler - A Dungeon World Playbook It was a good class . The font could be bigger and easier to read

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Tarantis (1983)
par Tim K.
Editeur: Judges Guild
Date Ajoutée: 04/29/2016 14:04:17
Tarantis (1983) This is the last of the City States by Bob Bledsaw. Judges Guild retreated from the hexagon system used by The City-State of the World Emporer, returning to the City-State of the Invincible Overlord's style of mapping. It comes off a bit more rigid and more mechanical looking than CSotIO, but seems to have retained much the same high-fantasy vibe. If you are wondering why it didn't do as well or have as much fan-fare as the previous entries, it could be that most JG fans would have recognized TARANTIS as a campaign region and perhaps thought that this detailed a wilderness map. It was also a time when the RPG publishing industry was getting more glossy, more professional, and there was no matching change in quality or quality control at Judges Guild. However, there is a solid City State effort here, and it is more satisfying than CSotWE and perhaps a bit less inspired than CSotIO. If you need or collect RPG cities, this is a good one and well worth a look. The scan quality...

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Exalted 3rd Edition
par Anthony S.
Editeur: Onyx Path Publishing
Date Ajoutée: 04/29/2016 13:52:23
Exalted 3rd Edition Exalted 3rd Edition is a beautiful, rich, deep experience of an RPG that vastly improves on the clunky but functional framework left behind by Exalted 2nd Edition. As a veteran player and Storyteller of 2nd Edition, and now as a Storyteller for 3rd, I am finding both myself and my players enjoying a considerably more streamlined experience. It is now easier to built a character that makes functional sense, and it is now easier to place them in a world that makes functional sense. **Backstory/Geography/Woldbuilding:** The components of the world are succinctly and logically laid out and the folks at Onyx Path have done a very nice job in letting you read about how things are NOW as opposed to the journey they took in the past, with only a short snippet on the present. While history is important to understanding any culture, in the context of an RPG that here-and-now element is much more important. Third edition delivers much more soundly than Second. **Character Creation:** ...

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Mini Quest: Beware the Wyvern Wood
par Ryan M.
Editeur: Survive RPG
Date Ajoutée: 04/29/2016 13:47:54
Mini Quest: Beware the Wyvern Wood This was great. When our main DM had some family responsibilities on our regular game night I took over temporarily. I used this as a one shot. We played for 3 hours and only made it half way through. The group had a blast.

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Call of Cthulhu Investigator's Handbook
par Steven v.
Editeur: Chaosium
Date Ajoutée: 04/29/2016 12:41:47
Call of Cthulhu Investigator's Handbook Everything a players needs in order to play Call of Cthulhu without having to buy the main rule book and be tempted to read all the Gamemaster stuff. This latest edition is a great update, well written, and awesome artwork. Highly reccomended.

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5e Creature Decks: More Aberrations & Fiends
par Jimmy F.
Editeur: Inkwell Ideas
Date Ajoutée: 04/29/2016 12:37:13
5e Creature Decks: More Aberrations & Fiends Very nicely done, makes it easier to flip card to show players what they see. The print is small, so if you a old blind geezer (like myself), keep reading glasses (or use an app that zooms in with your cellphone camera).

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5e Creature Decks: Dragons & Monstrosities
par Jimmy F.
Editeur: Inkwell Ideas
Date Ajoutée: 04/29/2016 12:36:58
5e Creature Decks: Dragons & Monstrosities Very nicely done, makes it easier to flip card to show players what they see. The print is small, so if you a old blind geezer (like myself), keep reading glasses (or use an app that zooms in with your cellphone camera).

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5e Creature Decks: Constructs, Giants, Humanoids, Undead
par Jimmy F.
Editeur: Inkwell Ideas
Date Ajoutée: 04/29/2016 12:36:15
5e Creature Decks: Constructs, Giants, Humanoids, Undead Very nicely done, makes it easier to flip card to show players what they see. The print is small, so if you a old blind geezer (like myself), keep reading glasses (or use an app that zooms in with your cellphone camera).

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5e Creature Decks: Beasts, Oozes, & Plants
par Jimmy F.
Editeur: Inkwell Ideas
Date Ajoutée: 04/29/2016 12:34:24
5e Creature Decks: Beasts, Oozes, & Plants Very nicely done, makes it easier to flip card to show players what they see. The print is small, so if you a old blind geezer (like myself), keep reading glasses (or use an app that zooms in with your cellphone camera).

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5e Creature Decks: Aberrations, Fiends, & More
par Jimmy F.
Editeur: Inkwell Ideas
Date Ajoutée: 04/29/2016 12:33:27
5e Creature Decks: Aberrations, Fiends, & More Very nicely done, makes it easier to flip card to show players what they see. The print is small, so if you a old blind geezer (like myself), keep reading glasses (or use an app that zooms in with your cellphone camera).

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CLASSifieds: The Pyromancer
par Customer Name Withheld
Editeur: Fat Goblin Games
Date Ajoutée: 04/29/2016 10:20:36
CLASSifieds: The Pyromancer The Pyromancer is a rework of the 2011 class of the same name and publisher. In this version several unique class features remain but are improved this time around. The Pyromancer receives a d6 hit die, ½ Base Attack bonus and good progression of Will saving throws. The Pyromancer is a full spellcaster that eventually receives access to 9th level spells. The Pyromancer has the sorcerer’s spell progression and is a spontaneous caster. The Pyromancer can now cast spells off the Wizard/Sorcerer spell list, which is much needed considering the original edition has a custom spell list of evocation fire spells. Though when casting spells with the cold descriptor those spells take up 2 spell slots. The Pyromancer in its original concept was about dishing out as much dps as possible using fire magic and this rework builds upon those core features. The 1st class feature we receive is Fire Within (Ex): Any time the Pyromancer does fire damage they add their CHA mod to the damage dealt. Conside...

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Murder in Baldur's Gate (5e)
par Megan R. [Featured Reviewer]
Editeur: Wizards of the Coast
Date Ajoutée: 04/29/2016 08:08:07
Murder in Baldur's Gate (5e) This is a quite fascinating adventure, as it is far more of a sandbox than many although there's plenty going on to keep the characters busy - indeed they are likely to get swamped and prioritise what needs to be dealt with right now, and what can be done later if at all. You can run it with any Dungeons and Dragons ruleset from 3e to 5e, but it is designed with the aim of introducing - in character - the changes that transferring to D&D 5e would entail, being released prior to the launch of that ruleset. You get a 32-page adventure guide, a 64-page setting book and a DM screen. The PDF version also includes additional material that was made available as free downloads to purchasers of the 'dead tree' version. The Campaign Guide consists of a comprehensive gazetteer to the city of Baldur's Gate. Although the settlement has been mentioned in Forgotten Realms material for ages, here is the real low-down on the place, a good chance to really get to know it. With plentiful maps and i...

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