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Bexim's Bazaar Issue #7
by Mark B. [Verified Purchaser] Date Added: 08/02/2019 20:44:45

Great magazine , if your a roll-player. I'm not. I'm a miniature wargamer, although I do play Frostgrave, so the monthly addition to the Frostgrave solo campaign is very welcome.



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Bexim's Bazaar Issue #3
by Gareth B. [Verified Purchaser] Date Added: 03/12/2019 15:50:11

I love this magazine so much. In fact, I love it so much, I have become a regular contributor. I loved all of the gaming/RPG zines of the 80s and 90s. This reminds me of that scene. Lots of heart, passion, and clever how-tos, adventures, random tables, and other fun stuff like lists of library books you might find on an adventure, insta-dungeons, and more. A treasure trove. Lots of great contributors, too: DM Jim (the editor), DM Scotty, Wylock, Jeremy of Black Magic Craft, Vee the Crafting Muse. Good, good stuff. I can't wait to see where Jim takes this.



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Bexim's Bazaar Issue #3
by Andy G. [Verified Purchaser] Date Added: 03/03/2019 21:50:47

Not really much of a publication or magazine. There are plenty of placeholders for articles that do not exist yet and advertisements requesting people to submit content for future publications. What this does have is plenty of advertisements, as well as articles that are merely poorly disguised advertisements, such as one explaining the basics of how to play a game, just buy the players handbook for only $20. There are also some painting instructions, very similar to the kind that you get with the purchase of a mini painting kit, but not as well written and assuming you already know the basics. There also are a few articles about 3D printing but as I do not own a 3D printer I cannot accurately comment. What's left are primarily maps without actual adventures, extremely short one-shots and a lot of very cheesy tables to roll on for various reasons. All of it riddled with spelling and syntax errors. Ultimately, a great deal of effort did go into this publication in collecting all the articles, tables and artwork and paying contributors, however I feel that given the flaws and lack of content as well as the fact that this publication also contains advertisements, $3 is an awful lot to ask.



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Andy, I'm not sure if you're writing about Issue 0 or Issue 3. Issue 3 has 118 pages, only about 20 of those are advertisements... the rest are How To articles, tutorials, random tables and more. Issue 0 was offered for free as an example of what the magazine was aiming for, but again... the articles easily outnumbered the advertisements. I hope you'll reconsider your review as Issue 3 was the largest issue to date at 118 pages for only $2.00.
Bexim's Bazaar Issue #0
by Robert N. [Verified Purchaser] Date Added: 01/18/2019 10:44:11

Excellent mix of articles! Issue #1 has even more useful content. Well worth the price and you can even save more by subscribing to the magazine.



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Bexim's Bazaar Issue #0
by timothy p. [Verified Purchaser] Date Added: 12/31/2018 15:11:33

Actually looks like it has tons and tons of content in here. This gives me some nostalgia for the old white dwarf magazines and I look forward to getting my sub! Honestly I have no critiques that would benefit the content. Addressing the art and layout designs will definitely get better over time. I see "The Dented Helm" was a great reference for plot hooks and intros for craft concepts.



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