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Phoenix Dawn Command: Strength Player Expansion
por Floyd P.
Publisher: Twogether Studios
Fecha en que fue añadido: 06/13/18 15:45:02
Phoenix Dawn Command: Strength Player Expansion I recently purchased these sets to expand into being able to have a full wing of six. These cards are definitely different from those printed into the original boxes. That said it is easy enough to have these purcahsed cards replace all Grace, Intelellect, or Strength cards that a player woudl need. The issue would come in with the addition of the trait cards. The last time I played Phoenix Dawn Command I used a Rank 3 character with a mix of old and new cards, and given that the split was fairly even it wasn't easy to tell what I woudl or wouldn't pull based on the card difference. If only a single card were replaced though it would be very noticeable. The additon of the new traits though is a definite Pro to purchasing these sets, as any new/additional material is great to have!...

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Phoenix Dawn Command: Intellect Player Expansion
por Floyd P.
Publisher: Twogether Studios
Fecha en que fue añadido: 06/13/18 15:44:33
Phoenix Dawn Command: Intellect Player Expansion I recently purchased these sets to expand into being able to have a full wing of six. These cards are definitely different from those printed into the original boxes. That said it is easy enough to have these purcahsed cards replace all Grace, Intelellect, or Strength cards that a player woudl need. The issue would come in with the addition of the trait cards. The last time I played Phoenix Dawn Command I used a Rank 3 character with a mix of old and new cards, and given that the split was fairly even it wasn't easy to tell what I woudl or wouldn't pull based on the card difference. If only a single card were replaced though it would be very noticeable. The additon of the new traits though is a definite Pro to purchasing these sets, as any new/additional material is great to have!...

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DDAL07-10 Fire, Ash, and Ruin (5e)
por Alex W.
Publisher: Wizards of the Coast
Fecha en que fue añadido: 06/13/18 12:48:05
DDAL07-10 Fire, Ash, and Ruin (5e) It's an interesting module, with great characters and story developments (and quite the final boss fight), but it feels out of place in Season 7. Characters will want to explore this massive map, which may take them well over the 4-hour expected slot, which poses an issue when playing AL at a game night. Also, if your players are pretty in sync and effective they will make short work of almost all of the encounters. It should also be noted that when I originally ran it, it was before the second version was released. I cannot speak to the newer version....

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DDEX2-10 Cloaks and Shadows (5e)
por Alex W.
Publisher: Wizards of the Coast
Fecha en que fue añadido: 06/13/18 12:40:09
DDEX2-10 Cloaks and Shadows (5e) One of my all-time favorite Tier 1 adventures, Cloak and Shadows offers a new experience each time it is run. The web layout allows for multiple approaches to the climactic ending, and involves everything including sneaking, roleplaying, and combat. Although it involves the Cult of the Howling Hatred, they are ansilary enough to not throw off the game if you decide to not run the rest of season 2. Every AL DM should have this module ready as a go-to for a Tier 1 table.

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Tortle Package (5e)
por Alex W.
Publisher: Wizards of the Coast
Fecha en que fue añadido: 06/13/18 12:35:53
Tortle Package (5e) The tortle package is simple, but enjoyable. It fleshes out Chult to a good extent, and allows further exploration (assuming your players don't feel too rushed by the Death Curse). It has a single dungeon, some flavor spots that build on the overarching lore, and some exploration options. The main draw for most people will be the Tortle race, but I feel this is the weakest part of this package, it's fun flavor-wise, but is not a wholly useful race (just my opinion). If your players have fallen in love with the setting of Chult and have some Tier 1 wiggle room left, take a look at this supplement....

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The Dungeon of Abkadev
por Kim H.
Publisher: The Wizard's Tower
Fecha en que fue añadido: 06/13/18 12:32:49
The Dungeon of Abkadev Great fun und well made. The type set and the illustrations create a great atmosphere and the dungeon is challenging. 100 sections is a great format. The adventure on a single page would be great to print it out multiple time and having more room for notes. Keep up the good work! I can't wait for the next part.

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DDAL07-01 A City on the Edge (5e)
por Alex W.
Publisher: Wizards of the Coast
Fecha en que fue añadido: 06/13/18 12:31:34
DDAL07-01 A City on the Edge (5e) DDAL07-01 is a great opening to the setting of Chult, it provides numerous level-appropriate adventures for both new characters and new players, running a gambit from roleplaying and combat opportunities to miscelanious activities that break away from a typical module. Some players will enjoy different aspects (I know a few of mine weren't too thrilled by the dinosaur racing), but there is plenty in here for everyone to try out a number of different play styles to get a handle of their characters. It also works as a good introduction to the ToA hardcover and fleshes out the city of Port Nyanzaru....

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Amazing Tales
por Marc P.
Publisher: Amazing Tales
Fecha en que fue añadido: 06/13/18 12:25:22
Amazing Tales Hard Cover copy is beautiful. This is a wonderful gateway book for young ones. Looking forward to playing this with my son when he's a wee bit older (only 17 months old).

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DDEX2-10 Cloaks and Shadows (5e)
por jeremy c.
Publisher: Wizards of the Coast
Fecha en que fue añadido: 06/13/18 00:17:56
DDEX2-10 Cloaks and Shadows (5e) Extremely popular module because of the treasure, but it's also very fun. If your players are dense, emphasize that each clue is pointing them to another location, show them on the map if they still don't get it. A small comment about the final encounter: it specifies that the final boss does not attack until all the papers are lit (10 rounds), I do not recommend sticking to this as it makes it too easy. Have him use his battlefield control spells if the players try attacking him.

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DDAL05-05 A Dish Best Served Cold (5e)
por Samuel S.
Publisher: Wizards of the Coast
Fecha en que fue añadido: 06/12/18 22:40:19
DDAL05-05 A Dish Best Served Cold (5e) Choose your encounters before you want to run this, and make sure you keep it focused. Time can be a constraint in some play settings, such as a store. Very good mix of the three pillars of play, and characters who pick up on the clues can have a very satisfying role playing resolution, leading to the final combat. Also, completely bad-ass item for Tier 2 characters, which can be essential for playing in Hartkiller's Horn!

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DDAL05-04 In Dire Need (5e)
por Samuel S.
Publisher: Wizards of the Coast
Fecha en que fue añadido: 06/12/18 22:36:19
DDAL05-04 In Dire Need (5e) Great mod, played it last year, DM'd it tonight. Fairly straight forward, 1 combat encounter, 1 environmental encounter. Pressing the players for time is essential, but if they wanna take a long rest, let them, it just means more dwarves are killed. For the combat encounter, I had an barely average party take on a remorhaz. Welcome to Tier 2! With this mod, I feel you can throw an extra potent mob at the players, and use up resources because combat in the final, plot driven encounter should be discouraged. The rescue encounter can be solved very easily with a druid/ranger spell (which, when I played, our druid got off first thing, and the infiltration was a cake walk) but when I DMd it, the PC druid did not have it memorized. They elected to go up, climb down, and infiltrate. They then got locked into some frivleous plans about distracting the horde of ogres, and one PC was bound and determined to cause a distraction, and then wanted to run through the camp while thunderwaving ...

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Return to the Stars! quickstart edition
por Mike C.
Publisher: Festive Ninja
Fecha en que fue añadido: 06/12/18 18:09:52
Return to the Stars! quickstart edition Different and original setting that offers a lot of fun hooks for fans of both science fiction and geekdom.

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Adventure Writing Like A Fucking Boss II
por Hal G.
Publisher: Kort'thalis Publishing
Fecha en que fue añadido: 06/12/18 17:02:36
Adventure Writing Like A Fucking Boss II If you are looking for some mysterious secrets of writing role play adventures book, this might not be for you. This is a walk through of the obvious. As you go through and read it, for the most part you will be saying, "ok, yeah, I knew that... ok, that makes sense..." But that doesnt make the book less valuable. Sometimes between the giants, and the super star mutilators and the brain eating Gugermongers its really easy to get lost in your ideas and the next thing you know you either arn't putting anything out, or the stuff you are putting kind of sucks. Sometimes you need Captain Obvious to say "Hey, remember ice is cold...". Thats what this book does. You can see from the first couple of pages that are previewed, Venger talks aout things like his three month formula... month one, jot down notes and ideas, month two, get a draft together and month three, polish it up. That's not NASA... but its damn good common sense. He talks about things you might not know about, he offer...

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Shadows of Forgotten Kings [5e]
por Gus L.
Publisher: ZERObarrier
Fecha en que fue añadido: 06/12/18 14:28:24
Shadows of Forgotten Kings [5e] Shadows of Forgotten Kings attempts to do something rather difficult - create an old school dungeon crawl that will function under the mechanics and typical playstyle/conceits of 5th edition D&D, while inspiring players who are comfortable with this game style to think about and hopefully embrace some of the classic dungeon crawl/location based adventure ethos. It largely succeeds, and for this reason it’s interesting, creating a hybrid that introduces many old school concepts and techniques but adapts them in a way that might not always be pretty, but seems likely to function at a table unfamiliar with older rulesets and their assumptions. As an adventure, beyond the difficult mission it’s undertaken, Shadows of Forgotten Kings has a consistent feel, creating a lost city jungle adventure that emphasizes both the tragedy of the city’s ancient fate and firmly roots the adventure in a swords & sorcery setting that is refreshingly mysterious and dangerous seeming compared to 5E’s default...

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Remarkable Inns & Their Drinks
por Marc P.
Publisher: LoreSmyth
Fecha en que fue añadido: 06/12/18 13:22:18
Remarkable Inns & Their Drinks Perfect tool for building and populating. The print copy is well laid out with very nice artwork. Easy to read and easy to browse to find what you need.

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