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Stock Art: Electric Eels
por Angel F.
Publisher: Purple Duck Games
Fecha en que fue añadido: 06/25/17 16:18:31
Stock Art: Electric Eels I love the idea of these creatures taking down what I'd consider an Apex Predator. This will display the perfect fear needed to drive the danger forward in any adventure.

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Stock Art: Scorpionman
por Angel F.
Publisher: Purple Duck Games
Fecha en que fue añadido: 06/25/17 16:14:51
Stock Art: Scorpionman This product immediately provided me with the perfect piece I needed for my upcoming deep sea adventure. Alongside most of Purple Duck Games products. I am extremely pleased.

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101 Spells for the Common Man
por B C C.
Publisher: Zenith Games
Fecha en que fue añadido: 06/25/17 10:54:28
101 Spells for the Common Man While I'd like to write-up a full-bodied review of 101 Spells for the Common Man ... this short one will have to do for now. This is a 5-Star PDF, folks. As a huge fan of Pathfinder & 3.5 (Paizo, WotC & all reputable 3PPs) spellbook tomes, this is one of the most creative & mechanically-sound 3PP spellbooks I've seen over the years. Ranking right up there with Dave Paul's recent terrain-centric spellbook series over at Rite Publishing. My players have been diving into this PDF with glee. We currently have a little over 20 of these spells that have already been cast (or written to character spellbooks) at our gaming tables over the last 2 weeks. As a DM, I love how info-packed yet streamlined/concise design of many of the spells. Clever, thoughtful titles, too. Props to Jeff Gomez for bringing all of these talented game designers together into a PDF that's easy to navigate and a lot of fun to read. For you demiurgic types, many of these spells can be subtly optimized for innovativ...

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[5 de 5 Estrellas!]
Shadowrun: Forbidden Arcana (Advanced Magic Rulebook)
por Sean H. [Featured Reviewer]
Publisher: Catalyst Game Labs
Fecha en que fue añadido: 06/25/17 09:46:44
Shadowrun: Forbidden Arcana (Advanced Magic Rulebook) Shadowrun: Forbidden Arcana will be on the list to acquire for anyone GMing a magic heavy Shadowrun campaign, both for useful background information on what is happening with magic and new things to play with. For players, sightly less useful but there is still a lot of good information and interesting options for characters here. Overall, one of the more solid works to come out of for Shadowrun lately. Shadowrun: Forbidden Arcana are the Advanced Magic Rules for the 5th edition of Shadowrun, expanding on the earlier rules presented in the Street Grimoire (which is required to use several sections of this work). The book begins with one of the ubiquitous fiction sections, then it begins with a section called Seeing the Invisible World which talks about how non-magical people perceive magic with a variety of (in game) first hand accounts of encounters with magic. This is useful for both for players and GMs when describing magical effects to characters who cannot directly see ma...

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DDEX2-03 The Drowned Tower (5e)
por Jose S.
Publisher: Wizards of the Coast
Fecha en que fue añadido: 06/25/17 09:04:30
DDEX2-03 The Drowned Tower (5e) I liked this mod. Definitely had the party thinking of what to look for. Need to have at least one experienced player though. It can get rough for new players if they don'thave guidance.

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DDAL05-03 Uninvited Guests (5e)
por Jose S.
Publisher: Wizards of the Coast
Fecha en que fue añadido: 06/25/17 08:59:06
DDAL05-03 Uninvited Guests (5e) The flow was well enough to run at a con cold. The party enjoyed the play of it, so that made it enjoyable to me.

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DDAL06-02 The Redemption of Kelvan (5e)
por Jose S.
Publisher: Wizards of the Coast
Fecha en que fue añadido: 06/25/17 08:56:12
DDAL06-02 The Redemption of Kelvan (5e) I had a great time running this mod. The party I ran it with started to get paranoid about everything. They needed DM intervention to get the mod done, but they still had fun. I don't know if I will get the same enjoyment after running it once....I guess it depends on the party and how they approach it.

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[5 de 5 Estrellas!]
DDAL04-04 The Marionette (5e)
por Jose S.
Publisher: Wizards of the Coast
Fecha en que fue añadido: 06/25/17 08:53:20
DDAL04-04 The Marionette (5e) I ran this cold. It read well enough, and the quick back to back little side adventures were a nice touch. The table I ran enjoyed the quick thinking requried to get it done. I ran a table of three players of level 3-4. They handled the encounters well enough without modificiation.

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DDAL04-02 The Beast (5e)
por Jose S.
Publisher: Wizards of the Coast
Fecha en que fue añadido: 06/25/17 08:49:04
DDAL04-02 The Beast (5e) The tone set for this adventure appealed to my table when I first ran it. They weren't too thrilled about the story award, but the eventuality of it had been warned to them before if they decided to play CoS mods. All in all, the story was written well enough and the table wished to continue in the storyline.

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[4 de 5 Estrellas!]
Character - Elf Rogue - RPG Stock Art
por Jeremy R.
Publisher: Dean Spencer Art
Fecha en que fue añadido: 06/25/17 02:27:05
Character - Elf Rogue - RPG Stock Art The image is great and it's delivered in a .png not a jpg or even PDF as some stock art providers do. About the only downside about the image itself is that she only seems to have two toes on her feet, large ones at that. While it's only noticeable when you zoom in, it's kinda weird looking. The catch is the license which is rather restrictive, You can use the image once. While that might okay for larger publishers, for a lot of small publishers and hobbyists like me (which are basically the people buying stock art and not commisioning original artwork), you're likely not going to be making the cost of stock art back from just one product Realistically it's my fault for not reading the publisher preview, but at the same time, I'm not sure why this was hidden in the preview and not written on the product page itself. In fact, it would be really nice if OBS categorized stock art (or art in general) to let the buyer know details of the license as easily as the game system for RPG p...

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[3 de 5 Estrellas!]
Campaign System - Hero Kids Compatible
por James H.
Publisher: Nailthorn Studios
Fecha en que fue añadido: 06/24/17 22:34:48
Campaign System - Hero Kids Compatible I would say the information is good in this expansion. My only complaint is the formatting. It is 40 pages of with background that causes your computer to print color or grayscale into the background of each page. Also the fact that several of the pages are only a few paragraphs that finish explaining each character class and it can get annoying sitting through the printing.

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vs. Ghosts Adventure: The Witch of New Hope
por James E.
Publisher: Fat Goblin Games
Fecha en que fue añadido: 06/24/17 22:01:20
vs. Ghosts Adventure: The Witch of New Hope Disclaimer: I received a free copy of the PDF version of this product for the purpose of this review. This is a full-color, eleven-page PDF with eight pages of adventure content. Two pages of this cover the introduction and background of the game, and another page discusses ways of involving characters in the plot. The adventure itself covers four acts (scenes, really), although as per usual for vsM adventures, these are mainly outlines and the person running the game is given the task of actually creating dialogue and such. There's some flexibility in the scenes depending on what the players end up doing, and it's best to keep that in mind when writing stuff out yourself. Either way, though, this is a pretty solid adventure for any group that enjoys vs Ghosts, and the price is pretty good for the amount of content provided....

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[5 de 5 Estrellas!]
vs. Ghosts Adventure: The Lights of Sand Island
por James E.
Publisher: Fat Goblin Games
Fecha en que fue añadido: 06/24/17 21:42:31
vs. Ghosts Adventure: The Lights of  Sand Island Disclaimer: I received a free copy of the PDF version of this product for the purpose of this review. This is a full-color, eleven-page product, with eight pages of actual game content. The Lights of Sand Island is a bit more mystery-like than some of the adventures that get published for this system, with the players urged to figure out what kind of force is causing ships to constantly run aground in the same place. The adventure itself takes place over four short acts (each 1-2 pages long), and no maps are provided. You may want to draw your own for this if your group prefers those to mapless play. Overall, this is a fairly solid release for the system, and it's long enough to be good for at least part of a gaming session....

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vs. Ghosts Adventure: A Christmas Carol
por James E.
Publisher: Fat Goblin Games
Fecha en que fue añadido: 06/24/17 21:41:52
vs. Ghosts Adventure: A Christmas Carol Disclaimer: I received a free copy of the PDF version of this product for the purpose of this review. This is a full-color, two-page product, with one page of OGL and general legal stuff, and the other comprising a one-page adventure. Honestly, this is more of an outline than a true adventure, briefly describing scenes and what's going on but leaving it for the game master to come up with specific dialogue, any maps that the group may be necessary, and so on. I wouldn't run this adventure straight from the page, but rather, use it as the framework and write the rest of it out myself. My overall feelings on this product are a bit complex. For pre-published adventures, even in generally rules-light games like this one, I prefer things that are as complete as possible. This product is honestly more of an adventure idea than a full adventure in its own right - although it's also priced low, so it's not like you're forking over a ton of money for something less bulky than you expected...

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Creature Card Catalogue: Canny Constructs
por James E.
Publisher: Fat Goblin Games
Fecha en que fue añadido: 06/24/17 21:13:20
Creature Card Catalogue: Canny Constructs Disclaimer: I received a free copy of the PDF version of this product for the purpose of this review. This review does not cover any physical cards. This is a full-color, eight-page product - although, like Brutal Beasts, four of the pages appear to be identical copies of the OGL as front/back sides for the cards. The monsters included here are the Arc Hound (Challenge 3), Gallows Golem (Challenge 8), Pelt Amalgam (Challenge 5), and Steel Stallion (Challenge 2). Each creature comes with its full statistics, an image, and a general description of what the creature is and how it behaves, essentially making this product a mini-bestiary of themed creatures. My feelings here are essentially the same as for Brutal Beasts - four extra creatures on a given theme isn't bad, especially at a price and format that makes them easy to organize if you get physical copies (either as cards or by printing them), but the redundant copies of the OGL make this product slower to navigate than it re...

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