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Cypher System Rulebook
by Tim G.
Publisher: Monte Cook Games
Date Added: 08/15/2015 20:49:06
Cypher System Rulebook I had been looking for a good story-driven generic rules set and this one does not fail to deliver. I was already a player of Numenera and The Strange and this was almost like an answered prayer. My group has not had this amount of fun with a generic set in a long time and I highly recommend it regardless of your preferred genre!

Rating:
[5 of 5 Stars!]
Supplement 7: 1,001 Characters
by David B.
Publisher: Mongoose
Date Added: 08/15/2015 20:36:31
Supplement 7: 1,001 Characters Well presented book with all sorts of good ideas for NPC's. This one, as a supplement, is not "required" but I believe is a must have for any GM's collection. Even IF you do not use the NPC's as described you can use it for a spring board of ideas.

Rating:
[5 of 5 Stars!]
Special Supplement 3: Vehicle Upgrade Manual
by David B.
Publisher: Mongoose
Date Added: 08/15/2015 20:34:12
Special Supplement 3: Vehicle Upgrade Manual Good addition to the vehicle rules. To me it was somewhat useful others may find it invaluable depending on your campaign style. On the whole i do recommend it to all GM's.

Rating:
[4 of 5 Stars!]
Special Supplement 4: Rescue Ops
by David B.
Publisher: Mongoose
Date Added: 08/15/2015 20:31:27
Special Supplement 4: Rescue Ops This was an excellent source book for rescue ops. If your characters like to play fire fighters or medics or just gem themselves into that sort of situations this book is for them. I recommend it to GM's for the technical data and equipment listings with in.

Rating:
[5 of 5 Stars!]
Referee's Aid 4: A Guide to Star Systems
by David B.
Publisher: Mongoose
Date Added: 08/15/2015 20:29:02
Referee's Aid 4: A Guide to Star Systems Awful. Has nothing of interest to the gamer it is just one long document about how stars are. This is not a better or improved system generation setup. Do NOT waste your money on it.

Rating:
[1 of 5 Stars!]
The Derelict
by michael p.
Publisher: Long Winter Publishing
Date Added: 08/15/2015 16:22:50
The Derelict Played this at Gencon 2015 and had a blast. Bought to play for friends and home and equally enjoyed it. Scenes are written well and provides a lot of substance to produce a horrific adventure.

Rating:
[5 of 5 Stars!]
Bandit's Nest (Level 1 PCs)
by Dominic A.
Publisher: Dan Coleman Productions
Date Added: 08/15/2015 16:12:26
Bandit's Nest (Level 1 PCs) A well-made adventure perfect for level 1 characters.

Rating:
[5 of 5 Stars!]
The Thin Blue Line - A Detroit Police Story - Player's Guide
by Richard W.
Publisher: Melior Via
Date Added: 08/15/2015 14:16:28
The Thin Blue Line - A Detroit Police Story - Player's Guide Another excellent product from Melior Via (the company behind Accursed). The Thin Blue Line is a modern urban fantasy setting, which focuses on the paranormal investigations of the psychically gifted police officers of Corktown Precinct. The player's guide is packed with useful information about the history and key locations of Detroit, and covers character creation and the various setting rules, including a wide range of new psychic abilities.

Rating:
[5 of 5 Stars!]
Monster Manual (1e)
by Dan K.
Publisher: Wizards of the Coast
Date Added: 08/15/2015 13:15:10
Monster Manual (1e) Very well put together. PDF copies show up great on my mobile device, allowing me to DM my 1e group with just a tablet.

Rating:
[5 of 5 Stars!]
The Sandbox #2
by forest r.
Publisher: Sine Nomine Publishing
Date Added: 08/15/2015 13:08:38
The Sandbox #2 I really like this format that Kevin is using. This will allow for support for all of his fine products not just Stars without numbers (my favorite sci - fi game.) Now as for the content the quick generation tables will be a nice addition to the standard rules and will add spice to any game. I look forward to future issues.

Rating:
[5 of 5 Stars!]
Southlands Bestiary
by Gregg B.
Publisher: Kobold Press
Date Added: 08/15/2015 12:14:36
Southlands Bestiary I'd grade this a solid B. It's chock full of quality creatures -- many of which are variants of existing creatures (e.g., varieties of undead that died in various specific ways). Although there are plenty of quality creatures, there's not a lot here that is truly novel or indispensable -- which is why I wouldn't give it an A. Based on the volume of entries, I wouldn't have any problem forking out the $ 14.99 that's currently being charged on DriveThruRPG.com.

Rating:
[4 of 5 Stars!]
High Elves Set
by Andrew A.
Publisher: Arion Games
Date Added: 08/15/2015 10:31:54
High Elves Set Well I weekend and purchased this set to complement the dark elves. Good standard images, although I still love the Dark elves so a little biased. Worth the money hell yes even if I never get any password for this so called bonus area I still like these products.

Rating:
[4 of 5 Stars!]
Chronicle of Sorcery
by Shawn A.
Publisher: Green Ronin
Date Added: 08/15/2015 08:50:47
Chronicle of Sorcery I really loved ASOIF and Night's watch. Both had really well designed, and that made for great gamebooks and a solid system. Chronicle of Sorcery doesn't. Weighing in at a meager 47 pages, Chronicle of Sorcery hedges out the barest of the bare bones for a system. It gives a handful of "example lores," with no functional magic attached, three common lores, some rules for casting magic, and finally, five holdings. Furthermore, there's almost nothing to explain how to build balanced magic, leading to a situation where the Storyteller/GM has to make a judgement call on what works. That's it. The common lores appear to be mostly written, but appear appear to have been designed with a book containing the rest of the example lores. It lacks substance and anything that could be used to justify a five dollar pricetag. For what I got, I'd expect to pay .99 cents....

Rating:
[1 of 5 Stars!]
Elemental Evil Player’s Companion (5e)
by ewan g.
Publisher: Wizards of the Coast
Date Added: 08/15/2015 08:04:59
Elemental Evil Player’s Companion (5e) Hi Unfortunately my review will only be short, as i can not really critique this particular edition. I myself having only played AD&D which started about 2 years ago when i was 14. For me a review like this could have been better if more of the story was compiled this would entice the reader and frankly endorse more response. As for the races and various spell i feel there are to many, but this is of course as a result of my limited knowledge. However the backstory's for the races where compelling and a good read. Hopefully this helped a bit. Kind regards Ewan Gillies...

Rating:
[4 of 5 Stars!]
Lankhmar: Savage Tales of the Thieves Guild
by Cedric C. [Featured Reviewer]
Publisher: Pinnacle Entertainment
Date Added: 08/15/2015 04:23:20
Lankhmar: Savage Tales of the Thieves Guild Lankhmar: Savage Tales of the Thieves Guild is one of the best city adventure supplements I've read, and can be used in any high-magic city. I think my only criticism of the adventures is that they don't expose the gamemaster or players to anything particularly unique to Lankhmar or Nehwon. Still, not only does the supplement have a good variety of tales, but the adventures should give a gamemaster an idea of how to use a player's guild to hook the party into a scenario, as well as what subterfuge various city factions can engage in -- with the player characters as pawns and peripherals. Several of the adventures include additional mechanics for various thief and city situations (eg. heists, demagoguery). The supplement itself is about one-hundred pages long, with fourteen scenarios. I liked three of them in particular. The Crimson Barge: The supplement calls The Crimson Barge a "sandbox". Specifically, the Thieve's Guild has declared the luxury ship's maiden voyage fair game to gui...

Rating:
[5 of 5 Stars!]
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