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Future Firearms: Starfinder
by Albert S.
Publisher: Applied Vectors
Date Added: 12/08/2017 13:25:56
Future Firearms: Starfinder Quite good set of weapons, especially sniper weaponry, which is huge lackluster in Starfinder system. Overall everything is balanced good and fits in current weaponry. Big pool of special properties makes weapons stand out. Renders are nice, helps with imagination. Though, I would prefer, personally, drawing side-style like in Starfinder for consistency with system. Flavor text is great, adds some lore seeds. As personal lore of Starfinder, I made those weapons like specific series, produced by Arabani Arms Ltd, an Apostae-based drow weapons trafficking enterprise....

Rating:
[5 of 5 Stars!]
World War Cthulhu: Europe Ablaze
by Megan R. [Featured Reviewer]
Publisher: Cubicle 7 Entertainment Ltd.
Date Added: 12/08/2017 09:33:10
World War Cthulhu: Europe Ablaze Set in the darkest days of World War 2, when it seemed that Britain stood alone against the Nazi hordes, this book provides six fully-developed adventures, missions the party might be sent to complete, all somewhere in mainland Europe. Each combines real war action with additional menace posed by the Mythos and human agents thereof, and all pose real threats to the physical and mental well-being of the party. A couple of them are even based on real events, others are more Mythos based but the war still poses a very tangible threat. The adventures will take the party to northern France, Italy, Norway, Belgium, Greece and Spain (the last being ostensibly neutral, but it's still a dangerous place for British service personnel!). Refer to World War Cthulhu: The Darkest Hour for more extensive details of 'Section N' for which the party is assumed to work. First up is Sleeper Agents, set in mid-1941 in France. Something untoward is stirring, disturbed by the bombing of trains heading towa...

Rating:
[5 of 5 Stars!]
AL 8: Fire in the Mountain (DCC)
by Thilo G. [Featured Reviewer]
Publisher: Purple Duck Games
Date Added: 12/08/2017 06:23:16
AL 8: Fire in the Mountain (DCC) An Endzeitgeist.com review This adventure for DCC clocks in at 37 pages, 1 page front cover, ½ a page editorial/patreon-thanks, 2 pages of SRD, leaving us with 33.5 pages of content, so let’s take a look! Okay, so first thing you should know: The pdf actually includes a new race, somewhat goat-like humanoids of fey origin that gain 1d8 hit points per level. They may use blackjack, blowgun, club, sling, spear and shortbow and staff sans penalty, but other weapons suffer from a -2 to attack rolls in addition to the -1d penalty. Attacks with hooves, claws etc. are not penalized. Urisk also balk at armor: Anything beyond a wooden shield nets a +1d increase in Fumble Dice and +2 to armor check penalty. Their horns inflict 1d6, their fists 1d5 and their hooves 1d4. Urisks may use an Action Die to make multiple attacks: Both horns, both fists or both hooves or any combination thereof, but the attacks are penalized at -1d. The urisk also may make three attacks, one of each type, but th...

Rating:
[5 of 5 Stars!]
Legendary Beginnings: A Feast of Flavor
by Thilo G. [Featured Reviewer]
Publisher: Legendary Games
Date Added: 12/08/2017 06:20:40
Legendary Beginnings: A Feast of Flavor An Endzeitgeist.com review This module clocks in at 72 pages, 1 page front cover, 1 page ToC, 1 page editorial, 1 page introduction,2.5 pages of SRD, 2 pages of character-sheet, 3 pages of advertisement, 1 page of back cover, leaving us with 59.5 pages of content, so let’s take a look! Now, first things first: The Legendary Beginnings-series focuses on adventures that are more family-friendly and suitable to both kids and adults that don’t want grim stuff/gore/dark material – the series focuses on exciting adventuring, but without the grimmer aspects. This adventure should run smoothly for kids ages 8+, though, depending on how sensitive the kids in question are, it may work for younger kids or, in the case of very sensitive kids, be appropriate for slightly older kids. Adults can have fun with this module as well, provided they do not mind the whimsical names and constant, food-based nomenclature of the environments in the region. There is dangerous wildlife to be found within...

Rating:
[4 of 5 Stars!]
Dungeon of the Unknown
by Thilo G. [Featured Reviewer]
Publisher: Lamentations of the Flame Princess
Date Added: 12/08/2017 06:19:05
Dungeon of the Unknown An Endzeitgeist.com review This „adventure“ clocks in at 38 pages, 1 page front cover, 2 pages of editorial/ToC, 1 page back cover, leaving us with 34 pages of content, though these include the same map of the dungeon twice; once with a turquoise background and once with a white background (printer-friendlier) – as a whole, we get 32 pages of content that have been laid out for 6’’ by 9’’ (A5) – you can easily fit four pages on a given sheet of paper. This review was made possible by one of my patreon, who gifted me this module and requested that I review it. Okay, so first things first: This module depicts a dungeon on the Isle of The unknown, perhaps the environment I have been most ambivalent about in all my reviewer’s career. I assume in this review that you are familiar with my coverage of the Isle-sourcebook and its particular brand of weirdness. This book, in many ways, represents a continuation of the Isle’s approach to design, for weal and woe: Discrepancies ...

Rating:
[2 of 5 Stars!]
Dungeon World
by gabriel o.
Publisher: Sage Kobold Productions
Date Added: 12/08/2017 06:18:53
Dungeon World Just played my first ever session as a GM with a group that had never played an RPG before (myself included) and we all loved it, it's the day after and the entire group are already asking me when out next session will be! The rulebook makes starting very easy for new players but I can see how easily it can have more complex levels added to it, I highly reccomend Dungeon World.

Rating:
[5 of 5 Stars!]
Pugmire: Thank You, Darcy Cat
by Eric L.
Publisher: Onyx Path Publishing
Date Added: 12/07/2017 22:31:54
Pugmire: Thank You, Darcy Cat This audio drama is a great window into the world of Pugmire. The production values are superb for the cost of the item. The character of Darcy cat was compelling and the story should inspire others to new adventures in the world of Pugmire.

Rating:
[5 of 5 Stars!]
Arms of the Chosen
by Customer Name Withheld
Publisher: Onyx Path Publishing
Date Added: 12/07/2017 19:30:12
Arms of the Chosen This is a neat collection of Artifacts for Exalted 3E. There are some very cool weapons and armour, and I haven't really even delved into the section on Warstriders yet. A couple of disappointing things, which for the record aren't things that were done poorly, just things that I had hoped for from the book that aren't present. * There are only 5 artifacts that aren't weapons or armour, 7 if you include the two vehicles. EDIT - There are also quite a few hearthstones as well as 5 "natural magic" items, so this point isn't accurate. * There's no errata or updates for the artifacts from the core book. I was really hoping for an update on Dauntless, the 5 dot armour, as it really doesn't hold up to 5 dot standards at all - especially the essence 3 evocation, Champion's Fatal Strike. * There's about one page of info on creating custom evocations, which pretty much boils down to "make it feel like a combination of the wielder and the artifact's personality, and don't ressurect the dead ...

Rating:
[4 of 5 Stars!]
Shadowrun: The Seattle Gambit (Enhanced Fiction)
by Peter C.
Publisher: Catalyst Game Labs
Date Added: 12/07/2017 15:44:39
Shadowrun: The Seattle Gambit (Enhanced Fiction) This was a fun little Shadowrun short story. I love the Halloweeners and the author did a good job giving them more personality than they usually enjoy in Shadowrun lore. The setting was very well described throughout the story. The rundown neighborhoods where the Halloweeners and the First Nation gangs have their turf wars really spring to 'life'. Street-slang is in full use in this short story, and it really brings that Shadowrun ambience to the story. The story is a fun, entertaining read. The story revolves around Yuri, a former Russian army man, and his somewhat more mysterious girlfriend, Soren. Yuri is given the right mix of mystery and detail for his backstory, but I wish Soren was developed a bit more. There's a bit of adult content in the story, which honestly felt a little bit out of place for me. As a Shadowrun GM this story greased my hamster wheel for how I could better integrate gangs into my Shadowrun adventures other than offering them up as easy targe...

Rating:
[4 of 5 Stars!]
DDAL04-14 The Darklord (5e)
by Mark S.
Publisher: Wizards of the Coast
Date Added: 12/07/2017 14:45:13
DDAL04-14 The Darklord (5e) This module was very interesting to run, particularly with the opening roleplay. It took a little DM creativity to fit it into a one-shot adventure, rather than running the CoS modules in series. The notes on adjusting the encounters were greatly appreciated, as the group I had was a couple levels low for the adventure. Overall, I really liked running the adventure, and my players enjoyed it as well.

Rating:
[5 of 5 Stars!]
DDAL07-06 Fester and Burn (5e)
by Remington A.
Publisher: Wizards of the Coast
Date Added: 12/07/2017 13:33:38
DDAL07-06 Fester and Burn (5e) This module is one of my favorite tier 2 modules in AL. It's incredibly dynamic for a two hour module, with a lot of different ways that each encounter can go. How much time the players take, whether they choose to fight or role play, win or lose, the list goes on. I feel like every time I run this in the future, something different will happen. A great mix of combat and roleplaying. The NPC's, particularly Crackle, are super fun to play. The module provides a lot of options for combat, so you can tailor the fight to challenge whatever sort of group of players you have. My one recommendation is to be wary of low-level parties in the final fight. Even on very weak, the final fight could easily wipe a small party of lower level players, which wouldn't be fun for anyone. ...

Rating:
[5 of 5 Stars!]
Weapon Series Stock Art #1
by Brian F.
Publisher: Peter Saga
Date Added: 12/07/2017 13:29:18
Weapon Series Stock Art #1 Disclaimer: I received a complimentary copy of this clip art collection to review. That said, I have used Peter's art skills MANY times in the last few years to help with paid commissions for my own RPG products, so I have a great deal of experience not only with his artwork, but his work ethic. This collection is representative of his skill to present cool, usable items with a bit of style that doesn't go overboard. This stock art collection manages to do two things simultaneously. First, it offers some detailed, well-designed weapons for use in any modern or science-fiction setting. Second, each is presented in a clean, black & white, line art style which works well in printed books as well as online. Plus, each piece would be easy for a GM (or RPG designer) to incorporate quickly into their own works, whether for a private game or a published resource. If you need a handful of weapons for your next skirmish, this collection would be hard to beat for the price!...

Rating:
[5 of 5 Stars!]
Sundered Skies - Setting Book
by David D.
Publisher: Triple Ace Games
Date Added: 12/07/2017 13:00:11
Sundered Skies - Setting Book Magitech High Fantasy The setting is well outlined but rarely gets beyond 'broad strokes'. Many original and evocative ideas are to be found, few are developed very far. Races include fully sapient baby-dragons (Drakin), plant-based Elves, steampunk Dwarfs, sky-viking Orcs, mutant Goblins (Glowborn), and anthrophomorphic animals enslaved by the Elves (Wildlings) The setting itself is a shattered world of sky sialnds floating between an icy glacier and a raging inferno. Sky ships navigate this oddly glowing world in search of salvage, and commerce. Sadly many of the physical laws of the world are based on game balance rather than cinematic appeal or intuition (sky ships cannot approach sky islands from the top or bottom, only from the edges for example) The religion is fairly detailed and involved avatars still walking amongst mortals in the world. But it reads like a bad soap opera or over the top anime. The gods come across more as reckless and childish superhumans than...

Rating:
[2 of 5 Stars!]
Fading Suns (Second Edition)
by David D.
Publisher: Ulisses Spiele
Date Added: 12/07/2017 12:44:31
Fading Suns (Second Edition) 'A lighter, softer, Warhammer 40k' Do not confuse this with science fiction! This is science fantasy! Swords, bows, knights, cavalry charges, magic, and just the occassional spaceship or alien seems to be the order of the day in Fading Suns. The setting goes into lavish detail in some sections, but completely omits other areas which will likely be vital to play. Feels incomplete. The core mechanic is fast and simple. lots of gear, both psychic and magical powers are included. No starship rules! The art is black and white but of the highest quality for black and white art. The PDF is not bookmarked. Hard to give it low marks in the areas they did include. But so many areas are omitted I can't give it any higher rating than a 3/5. If it were a more complete product 4/5 would be more likely. ...

Rating:
[3 of 5 Stars!]
Lightspeed
by David D.
Publisher: Avalon Game Company
Date Added: 12/07/2017 12:38:08
Lightspeed Fast and simple point-based ruleset. Lots of gear. Psychic powers. Starship rules. All the basics are covered. The book includes a 'broad strokes' kitchen sink campaign setting including pastiches of the Empire (Star Wars), the Federation (Star Trek), and a more 'corporate' empire which has a more grey morality. Each region is touched on in brief and campaign ideas are provided for each (rebels vs the Empire, space rangers, free traders, space explorers, etc.). Also many species of humanoid aliens are mentioned in brief, some fairly original but most being pastiches of familiar races from pop-culture (predators, xenomorphs, klingons, hutts, etc.) The Bestiary and Starship Gallery are extensive. The Art is black and white, but very strong, about as good as black and white art can be, with many illustrations of ships and characters. The PDF is not bookmarked. ...

Rating:
[4 of 5 Stars!]
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