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The Ghost and the Peddler (5e)
by Kyle T.
Publisher: Goblin Stone
Date Added: 01/15/2017 19:18:52
The Ghost and the Peddler (5e) I played through this adventure as a one shot with 3 players using level 5 characters. The adventure is well written and layed out in a way that makes running it easy and enjoyable. The combat in the publication is challenging but only as to make the party think about tactics more than simply charging in head first. Outside of the combat the premise is fun and a change of pace from the normal encounters with creatures.

Rating:
[5 of 5 Stars!]
The Lucanii Drift
by Andy B.
Publisher: Kitsune Press
Date Added: 01/15/2017 18:02:07
The Lucanii Drift I really cant say much that will add to what Jay W covered. He did a good job. I bought it at full price and thought it was worth every penny. I can only hope they make some more \'Starships & Spacemen\' game supplements. I would state that the general theme of the story was the original Star Trek and perhaps some influences from the television cartoon series. Ive been in the mood for a good retro sci-fi and I think this would work perfectly. They add some nice racial options. Always appreciated. They added some nice space opera sock\'em rules. Then the detailed mapping of a huge sector of space. I liked all the tiny changes they made to the system and the reasons they made them. Everything only enhanced the game as a genre. As I said before I hope they give us more material. Right off the top of my head, a Space 1999 scenario on a moon flung from its planetary orbit but have it happen in your world. You could even set it as a hundred years or so in the past. This is...

Rating:
[5 of 5 Stars!]
Hell House FREE TRPG
by Jay M.
Publisher: arakar.gaiden
Date Added: 01/15/2017 15:42:36
Hell House FREE TRPG I do not get this product. All in one for what? As long as it is for free go ahead and download it, but I am not sure what you would use it for.

Rating:
[1 of 5 Stars!]
Thunder Classic Role Playing - v3.2
by Stephen P.
Publisher: Thunder Classic Roleplaying
Date Added: 01/15/2017 15:31:45
Thunder Classic Role Playing - v3.2 A very interesting system, with a few rough spots that are being worked out. I love the magic system, it\'s so flexible and gives low level mages some real ability to help the party out and the better the mage player\'s imagination, the more they can get out of the system. Looking forward to see what is in the latest revision.

Rating:
[4 of 5 Stars!]
Kineticists of Porphyra IV
by Trent H.
Publisher: Purple Duck Games
Date Added: 01/15/2017 15:07:47
Kineticists of Porphyra IV While this book did not have all of the cool stuff that other books in the series did, the entropist is basically a new class with how different it is and the kinetic lancer is just awesome (Final Fantasy Dragoon!), while the new infusions and wild talents help round out some other elements. I would not grab this without at least having Kineticists of Porphyra II though, since to get the most out of it, you are going to need the Viscera element. Still, if you liked the series, this is gonna be an awesome book for you!...

Rating:
[5 of 5 Stars!]
Darkfast Classic Fantasy Set Eight: Dark Elves
by mark a.
Publisher: Okumarts Games
Date Added: 01/15/2017 13:48:57
Darkfast Classic Fantasy Set Eight: Dark Elves grate fig\'s well worth getting :-) ,nice use of different colours .

Rating:
[5 of 5 Stars!]
Augmented Reality, The Holistic City Kit For Cyberpunk Games
by Christian F.
Publisher: Geist Hack Games
Date Added: 01/15/2017 13:48:42
Augmented Reality, The Holistic City Kit For Cyberpunk Games Clear writing, clean layout, cool ideas, fun implementation. Lean and mean cyber-generation machine. Very usable and enjoyable.

Rating:
[5 of 5 Stars!]
E-Z FUTURE: Deluxe Edition
by Jarod R.
Publisher: Fat Dragon Games
Date Added: 01/15/2017 07:28:31
E-Z FUTURE: Deluxe Edition The EZ Future Deluxe Edition set is both easily constructed and inexpensive. The artwork is well detailed, and when printed at high quality, looks fantastic. I tend to print on draft quality to reduce the amount of printer ink I use, and they still look fantastic. The instructions on how to assemble the pieces are well written, and I have had little to no confusion as to how to put the pieces together. The use of bobby pins to hold pieces in place is brilliant, and the EZ-Lock system helps hold entire dungeons together. The only drawback to this set is that since you have to put the pieces together yourself, if you do not have the patience to build each piece carefully, some will not fit perfectly with others. However, even poorly assembled pieces still fit, and can be used as backup, replacement, or extra pieces. So far, I love these tiles, and will continue to purchase EZ dungeon products. They\'re not just great fun to use, but awesome to build as well. ...

Rating:
[4 of 5 Stars!]
OWB001: WWII: Operation WhiteBox
by Jeff C.
Publisher: Small Niche Games
Date Added: 01/15/2017 05:52:08
OWB001: WWII: Operation WhiteBox I was very impressed by this book. Having owned/played/GM\'ed many, many modern games over the years, I found this to be a refreshing take on an old system and a relatively under-used genre. I have been very impressed by many of the games coming from Small Niche Games and I plan to continue following them to see what other role playing gems they put out in the future. The support for this game has already been tremendous, with a prolific number of adventures already available in a short amount of time. The system is still OD&D, but the class structure isn\'t overwhelming. One of the things I love about OWB is that it uses the grandfather of all fantasy rpg\'s without being one. You won\'t find a hint of elves, magic users or dragons in this book. It\'s a very good take on a modern (by that I mean guns and tanks, not swords and horses) historical rpg. It was nice that they tipped their hat toward weird science and Nazis in space, but the game isn\'t inherently set up around anything ...

Rating:
[5 of 5 Stars!]
T2000 v2 NATO Combat Vehicle Handbook
by Customer Name Withheld
Publisher: Game Designers' Workshop (GDW)
Date Added: 01/15/2017 04:56:56
T2000 v2 NATO Combat Vehicle Handbook A furthur addition to the \"supply catalogue\" type of add-on to the Twilight 2000 v.2 series of games. This one is not so comprehensive (too much ground to cover) but is very useful nonetheless. It basically includes softskins such as the Landrover (SAS style of course) through the APC and AFV to some distinctly odd choices (Gee sarge, we found the bridgelayer just sitting there and...). Still, British/French/German/Dutch/Swiss vehicles can liven up any campaign. There just isn\'t a full set of any of them. The basic stat sheet for all these has been upgraded for the better. There is also a (basic and incomplete) order of battle for what was left of NATO at the start of the T2000 campaign so you don\'t have to knock your brains out as to where the \"cheese eating surrender monkeys\" are currently skulking. Also, there is an (aaargh!) eight page colour plate set to aid the painting of plastic tanks. Overall, if you are buying the set of three combat vehicle handbooks, leave this o...

Rating:
[4 of 5 Stars!]
T2000 v2 Soviet Combat Vehicle Handbook
by Customer Name Withheld
Publisher: Game Designers' Workshop (GDW)
Date Added: 01/15/2017 04:34:59
T2000 v2 Soviet Combat Vehicle Handbook Another equipment supply catalogue for Twilight 2000 v.2 and its related games. This one covers Warsaw pact (NOT just Soviet) combat vehicles, artillery and trucks from about 1945 (yes, there\'s a T-34) to the near future. Some of the vehicles are those found in the basic rule book, but with an improved stats sheet, and with a much fuller coverage of particular vehicles (e.g. ALL variants of the BMP series). Fans of the Czech army are especially well catered for. There is also a sherman tank for the GM who prefers to set his campaign in Albania. In addition, there is an order of battle for the soviet forces still around at the start of the T2000 campaign, which saves a lot of work. There is also the (to me) annoying set of expensive colour plates, which seem in this volume at least, to be aimed at the plastic model brigade. Overall, it is a good, solid and very usable expansion which fills many a gap in the basic vehicle list. Nine out of ten....

Rating:
[5 of 5 Stars!]
T2000 v2 American Combat Vehicle Handbook
by Customer Name Withheld
Publisher: Game Designers' Workshop (GDW)
Date Added: 01/15/2017 04:12:37
T2000 v2 American Combat Vehicle Handbook Basically an equipment catalogue for the Twilight 2000 series of games, ranging from the humble jeep to laser tanks more applicable to a near-future Dark Conspiracy campaign. There is some duplication of the vehicles from the T2000 rule book, although with slightly improved (and corrected) stat sheets, covering some eighty vehicles, mostly AFV\'s but with a goodly supply of soft skinned trucks and support vehicles. There is also a fifteen page order of battle for the US army at it was, world-wide, at the start of the T2000 campaign, which saves the GM a lot of basic leg work. Alas, there is also an eight-page selection of colour plates for small boys who don\'t know what a tank looks like. This is dispensible and frankly seems to have little use other than to put the price of the printed book up. Otherwise it is a good, solid game aid for determining what lies around the next corner. Nine out of ten....

Rating:
[5 of 5 Stars!]
Eldritch Role Playing System (Revised)
by Warren H.
Publisher: Crossroads Games
Date Added: 01/14/2017 22:14:40
Eldritch Role Playing System (Revised) Eldritch Role Playing is a really good system. I bought the first version from Goodman games and then backed the kickstarter for the second edition and even played with Dan Cross on Roll20. It is difficult to write a reveiw though. There is a long and exhaustive reveiw posted which reading could lead to the belief it is a complicated system that requires some work to learn and play. It isn\'t and you don\'t. It is beyond my skill to describe simply though and you may not believe it but all you need to play is one person to read the rules enough to have a grasp of them and then start playing. Whatever you want to do there is a die or dice that a character rolls on the character sheet and the GM only has to decide how hard the task is to know what dice to roll to set a target number. The very broad base abilities make it easy to figure out what you are rolling against and as specializations and masteries narrow the scope of the base ability it is easy to know when to apply them. Spellcas...

Rating:
[5 of 5 Stars!]
Tiny Frontiers
by Customer Name Withheld
Publisher: Nocturnal
Date Added: 01/14/2017 21:44:25
Tiny Frontiers The rules system seems pretty solid for a very lite game (personally I could see using it for a one shot but not something longer). It\'s very generic - there isn\'t anything that\'s really clever or new - but that\'s fine. The included micro settings are not that great. They\'re mostly pretty generic, which makes them less useful since as micro settings they\'re also light on detail. I also felt like many of them were just not well written; this doesn\'t detract from their usefulness in play but does make the book much less fun to go through....

Rating:
[3 of 5 Stars!]
Exalted 3rd Edition Charm Cards (Set 3)
by Robert C.
Publisher: Onyx Path Publishing
Date Added: 01/14/2017 19:56:47
Exalted 3rd Edition Charm Cards (Set 3) These cards were a fantastic idea. They make keeping track of charms a lot easier, save time, and are suprisingly high quality. Well worth the price. I will be getting any other sets released.

Rating:
[5 of 5 Stars!]
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