I do enjoy this piece quite a bit and it doesn\'t look like there\'s a lot to pull out of it so it gets 5 stars instead of four. Small nitpik. I\'d like to see the psd or AI files if these are photoshop or illustrator. That would be much more useful for a publisher tyring to utilize this art but for just under $2 I can understand them not being available.
I really enjoy the art in this series - see any of the Blackmon stuff from Rogue Genius Games - and the price is pretty great too but the art is so specific. If they would of taken the time to put a statue piece by itself in the PDF and the two characters, even from the waist up, it would be a 5 star rating. Even with that it\'s not too hard to photoshop out the statue or the male character. The female character has part of her obscured by a statue head making it unusable in that way. Great stuff for the price but could be better and more useful to publishers and gamers if there were individual pieces too....
This is a really nice piece of art for a Pulp or Fantasy game or product if you\'re a publisher. You can even cut out the priest looking character in the foreground without too much effort if you\'re comforatable with photoshop if you\'re just interested in using that part of the art. I\'m a novice and it wasn\'t that hard. It only gets 4 stars because it would of been nice if that was included in the package since it wasn\'t all that much more effort.
In general Adventures in Middle Earth is quite good. I like the changes to classes, Races and Background and I think the rules for journeys and Fellowship phases are interesting and creatively done.
However there are big mistakes made when it comes to the equipment section with many inconsistencies in the price of items, especially those items that cost copper! For example a Club costs 24 copper (which is equal to 2 silver) and a Dagger costs 2 silver. Thats an obvious mistake. Its rather embarressing that such an obvious error made it into this printing.
There is also a small rules error on one of the pregens, Trotter. He is printed as doing 1d6-1 damage with his short sword. But its a finesse weapon, so he should be doing 1d6+3 since it uses his Dex bonus...
Been reading through this and about to run it for some friends! I would recommend this book for any Loremaster as many of the adventures in this book can be done independantly from the campaign and are a blast!
10/10 every time!
I love this piece! All of dean\'s work is fantastic, but this elemental medusa just oozes atmosphere from the deep fiery lava that you can almost feel the heat coming off to the look of horror on the barbarian\'s face.
Its a great take on a classic monster.
Where do demons spend their downtime?
Dean Spencer tackles such weighty questions with his tiefling poledancer piece :)
Unashamedly cheesecake, you can\'t help but love this dark and wry look at \'sexy fantasy art\'.
Dean Spencer continues to make great art accessible with this latest piece of full colour stock art.
Good art for humanoid races is rare, female humanoids rarer, and art that is versatile enough to depict characters that could be heroes or vilains rarer still.
Is she a noble hunter tracking dangerous quarry, or is she a sinister assassin hounding men for sport?
Stunning art, compelling action and thematic backdrops - what more could you want?
The Horror Bundle is a great little collection of genre specific stock art that is easily dropped into almost any piece or publication, whether it be for personal or commercial use.
There are very few high quality stock art collections around at this price - amounting to just over $1 per item.
They are dripping with flavour, and are fantastic illustrations of some iconic horror elements.
This game goes beyond just being a \"retro clone.\" Though it does closely mirror the BECM edtion of D&D, it also incorporates newer ideas such as ascending AC or races and classes being separated. Given the amount it costs (Nothing until you buy the print version), I would suggest that anyone who likes any edition of D&D or just rules lite games in general check this out. Also, you can find way more free Basic Fantasy stuff at http://basicfantasy.org/
The pdf is pretty good, but the printed book was sent on 29.12., now is 22.1., so shipping (at least in this case) takes more than 3 weeks . . . I wonder if it will arrive some day . . . and I already read that it comes without the big folded map.
Soooooo many editing problems, so many errors, many skill checks for no reason. Here, make a skill check to understand what this runes say.... mod doesn\'t provide what the mod says.
Thieves\' tool or Dispel Magic to open this door. So if the TIER 1 party has no rogue etc, you just stare at the door until a random Tier 2 character walks by with Dispel magic.
When you need half a page of \"unofficial errata\", you should know your mod has a problem.
The story behind it is good and overall there is minimal editing problems.
The funny thing about this mod is that DDAL5-6 and DDAL 5-7 is suppose to be one single mod, split into two, and written by two different person. DDAL5-7 is so horribly written, editted, etc it makes it really hard to enjoy DDAL5-6 when it is played together.
Verlag: F+W Media
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This was an alright purchase for me the guidelines this book provided were more or less similar to what you\'d find online for free so I can\'t help but feel that $23 is a bit much for this product. $12 isn\'t half bad but I also **DID** have to create my own PDF version which at this point any product on here should just come with that option. Especially a product like this that discusses using digital tools to make maps. That\'s a computer task and yet they only have epub and mobi files? Its way more of a pain to get a reader for those than to use a pdf....
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