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Bottled Sea
by Kathie S. [Verified Purchaser] Date Added: 12/11/2022 14:37:40

Not having the ability to easily print pdf formatted hexagon shapes makes this digital download pretty worthless. Wasted $6. Since I can't really run a game with this I can't judge the game itself. The hard copy is out of print. This review is strictly on the usability of the digital download to enable one to easily run the game.



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Sorry you feel this way. The description is accurate in what it promises: "The toolkit is designed to facilitate playing via VTT" (virtual tabletops). It's not meant to be printed at home. The hard copy is still available via Exalted Funeral webstore. thank you
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Frontier Scum
by Gavin R. [Verified Purchaser] Date Added: 07/20/2022 23:04:14

I've been following this title since it was first announced as a hack for Mörk Borg somewhere around a year ago. Although I could not have guessed what it would have been like if it stayed as just a hack, I can say it has grown into its own game while keeping its roots firmly planted in Mörk Borg as well as OSR by extension. Anyone who has played the previously mentioned title will find many similarities and will find it easy enough to pick up with light reading; That being said, there are enough key differences in the rules to keep it interesting. All in all this is a good system for anyone looking for a gritty western vibe. I feel someone could easily run a horror version of Red Dead Redemption 2 without much difficulty. Since the system itself is simple, it has as much customizability as one would hope for from a game inspired by Mörk Borg. The art for the game is beautiful as well, Many of the pages are styled after old catalogs that are filled with information, both lore and rules. To sum up my thoughts; Frontier Scum is one of the better games to run a gritty western with, full of an enjoyable level of death and fun that the players could get up to.



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17th Century Minimalist
by Todd S. [Verified Purchaser] Date Added: 12/21/2020 07:28:24

I'd been looking for something along the lines of WFRP in terms of theme (as in late-Medieval/early-Renaissance), but without all the setting-specific rules and content. I know there is Zweihander, but I'm not as in love with all the fiddly bits as I used to be. This product hits a sweet spot for me as it is far more... wait for it... minimalist. Some really great ideas in this book, even if you don't plan on running the actual system. One of my favorite ideas is the "Fight Back" rule, which I plan to incorporate into all melee fights from now on, regardless of which game I'm playing. It's one of those things that is so effective and simple you wonder why you've not seen it before.



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