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Crawling Under A Broken Moon fanzine issue #1 (DCC)
by sean m.
Publisher: Shield of Faith Studios
Date Added: 01/11/2017 06:00:03
Crawling Under A Broken Moon fanzine issue #1 (DCC) I love this series,reminds me of the early fun zany titles of the 80s that the OSR simulates.Great stuff,aiming to buy all of the books.

Rating:
[5 of 5 Stars!]
HAWK & MOOR - Book 2 - Deluxe Edition - The Dungeons Deep
by sean m.
Publisher: Kent David Kelly
Date Added: 01/11/2017 05:52:18
HAWK & MOOR - Book 2 - Deluxe Edition - The Dungeons Deep Great book and series.Brings back fond memories of other similar history books of D&D that I have enjoyed.Please release other books in series in PDF format.PS all of your books look interesting.

Rating:
[5 of 5 Stars!]
Big List of RPG Plots
by Brian I.
Publisher: Cumberland Games & Diversions
Date Added: 01/11/2017 03:07:18
Big List of RPG Plots \"If this little item isn\'t in your GMing toolkit yet, it\'s time to amend that.\" Truth in adventising. I\'ve had this gem in my GMing notebook(s) for years; it\'s a must have, and a bargain at twice the price.

Rating:
[5 of 5 Stars!]
HG3D Nexus of the Damned
by Darryl M.
Publisher: Hobgoblin-3D
Date Added: 01/11/2017 02:38:40
HG3D Nexus of the Damned This thing is epic. A good quality clear filament, some LED\'s, a little engineering, and you\'ve got an EPIC light up portal. I\'ve never had players who steered away from a challenge before. They took one look at this and said \"if you\'ve gone that far to make something super awesome, it must be certain death\" If you want a C\'thulu or interplanar portal, this is the one. easily the best buy I\'ve made this year. 5/5

Rating:
[5 of 5 Stars!]
HG3D Throne of Forlorn
by Darryl M.
Publisher: Hobgoblin-3D
Date Added: 01/11/2017 02:34:11
HG3D Throne of Forlorn Perfect for the big baddie at the end of your dungeon! RPG\'ers rejoice! This throne is a pretty solid example of the type of objects that turn a good game into a memorable and great game. I\'ve only seen a handful of terrain extras that make people at the table say \"wow\" and this was one of them. 5/5.

Rating:
[5 of 5 Stars!]
HG3D Storage & Household Bundle Pack
by Darryl M.
Publisher: Hobgoblin-3D
Date Added: 01/11/2017 02:31:28
HG3D Storage & Household Bundle Pack The difference between a map and terrain is the details. No building, dungeon, port, house, or diarama is complete without storage! Cabinets, tables, chairs, boxes, and cover really add depth and flavor to a game. If you are into RPG\'s, modeling, or dollhouse craft, these are great! They scale nicely, and have enough character and pop to bring a little something extra at the table. 5/5

Rating:
[5 of 5 Stars!]
HG3D Dungeon & Worship Bundle Pack
by Darryl M.
Publisher: Hobgoblin-3D
Date Added: 01/11/2017 02:29:04
HG3D Dungeon & Worship Bundle Pack The bundle pack is a pretty solid deal. It has enough variety and unique art to ensure a fantastically decorated dungeon, church, castle keep, or dollhouse--whatever project you\'re working on! The Hobgoblin crew definitely has a lot of passion and puts out a quality line of art. 5/5.

Rating:
[5 of 5 Stars!]
Into the Wintery Gale: Wrath of the Jotunn
by Jacob B.
Publisher: AAW Games
Date Added: 01/11/2017 01:07:23
Into the Wintery Gale: Wrath of the Jotunn AAW Games brings us a new adventure with Into the Wintery gale: Wrath of the Jotunn. This adventure was written by Justin Andrew Mason and features a campaign based on classic Norse mythology. For fans of tv shows like Vikings and The Last Kingdom, this adventure will provide ample opportunities to get one\'s Viking on! The art by Jason Rainville, Mates Laurentiu, and Tommi Salama is utterly breathtaking!

Rating:
[5 of 5 Stars!]
Monster Pack 1
by Adam A.
Publisher: Limitless Adventures
Date Added: 01/10/2017 21:24:55
Monster Pack 1 I could run a whole adventure based on every monster in here. I helps that I get more than a stat block too. The \"further adventure\" part after every stat block gives a few ideas for where to take my game, take them or leave them. Nine of the ten can be dropped into almost any game. And the other one? Well, no spoilers, but my group had a big laugh!

Rating:
[5 of 5 Stars!]
Monsters! Fantasy Stock Art Volume 1
by Jeff S.
Publisher: Axebane Games
Date Added: 01/10/2017 21:08:44
Monsters! Fantasy Stock Art Volume 1 I love Daniel\'s work and have commissioned him for several of my projects. This is a great book of cool monsters. The Gelatinous Cube is fantastic. And, I LOVE the mimic. I highly recommend this product!

Rating:
[5 of 5 Stars!]
Founder's Fen
by Adam A.
Publisher: Limitless Adventures
Date Added: 01/10/2017 20:50:38
Founder's Fen A fresh take on the adventure module. I cut my teeth playing 2nd edition and I\'ve played every version since. I have fond memories of those old, blue map adventure modules. But, if I had to nitpick what I had back then, it would be that they held my hand too much. If I went off script, I risked throwing the storyline out of whack. Founder\'s Fen let me stretch my legs while still providing a much needed scaffold around which to build several sessions. I surprised myself numerous times when I went totally off script for an hour or more at a time based on one sentence in a location description. I could never do that with those old 2e modules! I wish I had a bookcase full of this kind of adventure....

Rating:
[5 of 5 Stars!]
Dungeon Encounters
by Adam A.
Publisher: Limitless Adventures
Date Added: 01/10/2017 20:07:21
Dungeon Encounters This really brought the **dungeon** back to my game. My party likes to wander out of the adventures I write and this was the perfect tool to have on hand. Every encounter has a short description, short enough for me to read in the moment to decide if it fit in my session. When I\'m DM, I don\'t like to be caught flatfooted because I had a blank spot on my map. This is a permanent addition to my DM bag of tricks.

Rating:
[5 of 5 Stars!]
T4 Marc Miller's Traveller
by Rory H.
Publisher: Game Designers' Workshop (GDW)
Date Added: 01/10/2017 19:46:49
T4  Marc Miller's Traveller This was never quite as bad as critics made it out to be - although the core task system being roll-under does create some issues in the game (the clunky rolling of ‘half dice’, and the increased emphasis of Characteristic scores over Skills). There is quite a bit of errata too, and some of the text needs repeat reading to make any sense of it. So it could have done with a lot more editing. There are, however, some very attractive colour plates of starship imagery in here, and while the rest of the layout isn’t flash - it’s not weak either. The cover is nice too and, at it’s core, this is actually a pretty good edition of the game to base star-travelling adventures from. Character generation is fun (as in the best Traveller editions) and the world and starship generators are pretty much the same as in all editions. If you want a more concise attempt at an authentic version of Marc Miller’s personal vision of his own game than T5, then this will serve you well. ...

Rating:
[4 of 5 Stars!]
Ghosts of Dragonspear Castle (D&D Next)
by Daniel L.
Publisher: Wizards of the Coast
Date Added: 01/10/2017 18:18:25
Ghosts of Dragonspear Castle (D&D Next) Discovered this adventure recently. It\'s excellent - well written, with a balanced combination of role-playing opportunities, dungeon-delving combat, and overland travel. It has the \'feel\' of one of the early AD&D 1st edition modules - and I mean that in a good way. There\'s a coherent plot that spans four mini-adventures, which provides lots of opportunity for \'sandboxing\' in the region and character growth, without those adventures feeling random. Highly recommended.

Rating:
[5 of 5 Stars!]
The Blood Hack
by Daniel N.
Publisher: DYS Games
Date Added: 01/10/2017 11:42:20
The Blood Hack Before I begin with the review, I want you to know, that I have had a privilege to work with this game. I did the layout, edited the text, made covers and a character sheet and discussed rules. But this review is not biased, because when I received the draft for this game, I fell in love. As I said, it was a privilege for me to get a change to work with The Blood Hack and its author +Matthew Skail. I love The Black Hack. It takes my favorite rules system and tweaks it to simplier and more versatile form. Even though I still enjoy early D&D and OSR games, The Black Hack is something different, yet familiar. And because it is a versatile system, it is easy to reproduce for different genres, like Cyber-Hacked! which makes cyberpunk fun and fast or The Super Hack which makes super heroes not a chore, with roots to my favorite game(s). In early 2000 I played Vampire: The Masquerade. I played it a lot! So much I grew sick of it for various different reasons. When I found OSR, I started...

Rating:
[5 of 5 Stars!]
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