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CORE Micro
by Robert
Publisher: As If Books
Date Added: 04/21/2024 21:21:35
pixel_trans.gif CORE Micro In my opinion, this is one of the best rpg games ever written. The rules system is absolutely brilliant. The writing is engaging, and the different settings offered are all intriguing and clever. The fact that you can write your own games with this system and publish them just makes it all that much more brilliant.

Rating:
[5 of 5 Stars!]
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Cloud Empress: Rulebook
by Lee
Publisher: worlds by watt
Date Added: 04/21/2024 20:40:49
pixel_trans.gif Cloud Empress: Rulebook A wonderful game! I love the way the game mechanics themselves help guide the players in their courses. The magic feels exciting, powerful, and dangerous. The combat is tense and can turn so quick. The world is beautiful and harsh and strange and glorious. It's a setting unlike any other I've delved into in TTRPGs and I keep coming back for more.

Rating:
[5 of 5 Stars!]
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Faserip
by John
Publisher: Gurbintroll Games
Date Added: 04/21/2024 20:02:53
pixel_trans.gif Faserip This is the second best superheroes system in the world.

Rating:
[5 of 5 Stars!]
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Warhammer 40,000: Wrath & Glory, Vow of Absolution
by Jay
Publisher: Cubicle 7 Entertainment Ltd.
Date Added: 04/21/2024 17:07:47
pixel_trans.gif Warhammer 40,000: Wrath & Glory, Vow of Absolution This product follows the unfortunate recent trends for the Wrath & Glory line. The archetypes have terrible copy/paste issues (as an example, the Intercessor has the skills and gear of the Techmarine). Several pieces of gear are mentioned but not given stats (Heavy Melta Rifle, Plasma Incerator, Heavy Plasma Incinerator, Assault Plasma Incinerator, Astartes Chainsword). Of the weapons that do have stats, they are often riddled with errors (and, if you're an Intercessor, you'll find that NONE of the ranged weapons have the Primaris keyword). I spent a great deal of time reporting all of the errors in the Aeldari book only to see C7 fail to fix them in the update. With this, I sadly foresee the same. I can't understand why someone would give this book a 5* review when it's so badly done in its present form....

Rating:
[2 of 5 Stars!]
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The Monster Overhaul
by AARON
Publisher: Skerples
Date Added: 04/21/2024 15:35:26
pixel_trans.gif The Monster Overhaul Simply put, this is my favorite Bestiary, ever. Every monster is an old favorite, but each one has been re-approached with a sense of flavor and design that feels under-developed in other books and better yet, all of the tools and flavor has been executed with GM agency in mind and ease of use. This is true for Skerples other book as well, Magical Industrial Revolution but the formatting of Monster Overhaul is just a joy. Information is dense but readable, with nice thick margins meant for writing notes and leaving sticky notes. This is a book meant to be loved, and I do, so much. I'm running an OSR campaign now, and the Monster Overhaul is the first book I refer to if I have something conventional in mind. Goblins? definitely need to look, there might be something good, there always is. Dragons? of course. Even when I want to run something like a bugbear, I'll flip to Orcs and see what this book has in mind. The art is also some of my favorite in any book. each section seems to hav...

Rating:
[5 of 5 Stars!]
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Warhammer Fantasy Roleplay: Enemy in Shadows Companion
by Zekiel
Publisher: Cubicle 7 Entertainment Ltd.
Date Added: 04/21/2024 12:03:42
pixel_trans.gif Warhammer Fantasy Roleplay: Enemy in Shadows Companion This book is essentially a big collection of information on the Empire, much of which is useful for any WFRP GM - regardless of whether you're running the Enemy in Shadows adventure or not! Highlights are the overview of the Empire (which really ought to have been in the main WFRP rulebook) and a big chapter of largely excellent NPCs, to be slotted into any adventure to add colour and/or adventure hooks. I was personally a bit unimpressed by the Travelling Rules but I can imagine they might be to some people's taste. There's also a nice chapter on Chaos and Tzeentch magic and a useful (big!) table of mutations. Plus a couple of decent (if not amazing) short adventures. For a much more in-depth review see: https://illmetbymorrslieb.wordpress.com/2024/03/11/review-en-
emy-in-shadows-companion-part-1/...

Rating:
[4 of 5 Stars!]
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D100 Space - Galaxy Builder (Book 2)
by Randy
Publisher: Martin Knight
Date Added: 04/21/2024 12:00:42
pixel_trans.gif D100 Space - Galaxy Builder (Book 2) I'd never play D100 Space without the Galaxy Builder now. Adds a lot to the D100 experience, and I really appreciate having the universe more dynamic and fleshed out with the Galaxy Builder. The event system, galactic time keeping, and changing economies are for me the best parts. The universe feels much more alive now. Just keeping track of the passing days, months and years really helps with immersion. Creating star systems is also fun. Still has a ton of book keeping, random rolls can still mean away missions can last either 5 minutes or several hours, and often I have just house ruled something because strictly following the rules would just be less fun. It's a solo game so just remember you only need to worry about making it fun for yourself. That said there are some good rule changes here from the original that help. All in all I really like Galaxy Builder and can recommend it without reservation to any D100 Space fans....

Rating:
[4 of 5 Stars!]
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Mithril Lake Encounters 1
by A customer
Publisher: Wayward Rogues Publishing
Date Added: 04/21/2024 09:38:46
pixel_trans.gif Mithril Lake Encounters 1 Very cool encounter-based monster. Great flavor for a creepy aquatic undead. Compelling writing. I will use this monster for sure. I docked it a star for a couple typos

Rating:
[4 of 5 Stars!]
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They Came From the Cyclops's Cave!
by Richard
Publisher: Onyx Path Publishing
Date Added: 04/21/2024 07:33:23
pixel_trans.gif They Came From the Cyclops's Cave! Whether you're an oldster like myself who grew up on classic stop motion fantasy epics and swords & sandals fare, a fan of the more recent Xena and Hercules shows, or a lover of 80s-90s action fantasy like Sword and the Sorcerer, Conan, and Willow, I think you'll enjoy what Cyclop's Cave is offering. Whether played straight or with an MST3K appreciation for the B qualities of these shows and movies, the book is full of goodness, including a simple, clever way of managing magic through the extant Cinematic system. My players and I are big fans of this series of games, and I expect at least one or two of them to be well worth your time. They're especially great for short adventures to toss in when your schedule allows or between stories in your longer-running games. Lots of good times with "They Came from...!"...

Rating:
[5 of 5 Stars!]
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They Came From CLASSIFIED!
by Richard
Publisher: Onyx Path Publishing
Date Added: 04/21/2024 07:22:43
pixel_trans.gif They Came From CLASSIFIED! For lovers of impossible missions, especially those with the comedic feel of "Get Smart!," this is a great option. The "They Came from...!" games are especially useful to plop in the middle of other long-running games as a break, though you can run long-term chronicles of course. They also mix and match well, so you could have your secret agents going ghost-busting, for instance.

Rating:
[5 of 5 Stars!]
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They Came From CLASSIFIED!
by Dominik
Publisher: Onyx Path Publishing
Date Added: 04/21/2024 05:39:02
pixel_trans.gif They Came From CLASSIFIED! Having read through it, it's an evocative love letter to spy media of all sorts with a variable (low to mid) crunch mechanics that seem to support the genre well. Prose is a little bit on the indulgent side; Onyx Path regulars should be used to it but even grumps like myself found the writing entertaining enough and at times even downright useful. If you're looking for a campy spy game, you can't go wrong with this one. But even if you want to play thing straight, there's enough meat to support your serious operations inside....

Rating:
[5 of 5 Stars!]
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The Secret World
by Lewis
Publisher: Star Anvil Studios
Date Added: 04/21/2024 02:22:02
pixel_trans.gif The Secret World Full disclosure: I kickstarted this project, purchasing all physical material. Can I in good conscience recommend this product? No. Why would you want to buy this product then? Simple. Because when it is good, TSW is very good. The problem is poor feedback response for community concerns, lack of attention to detail, mechanics that clunk and critical sections of gameplay that are missing. If you wanted to run a game in mythos of The Secret World, but have never played the video game before, then certainly buy this book for the fluff. The writing and exploration is, for the most part, excellent and serves as a solid primer to the great world. If you already know the setting, then rely on your knowledge, some refreshing from a wiki and choose another game system. Let’s dive into this. TSW is built on 5e. That I don’t mind. There have been excellent 5e based games such as (updated) Dark Souls, Genefunk, Ultramodern or Broken Weave. TSW is not one of them. The classes feel hollow and...

Rating:
[2 of 5 Stars!]
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Desert Moon of Karth
by Tanner
Publisher: Joel Hines
Date Added: 04/20/2024 21:45:48
pixel_trans.gif Desert Moon of Karth I have no problem with the story and setting - those are great! my beef is with the book quality. The version I received has a terrible glue spine rather than the nice stitched spine I have seen elsewhere. The poorly glued center fold makes it difficult to open all the way and smooshes the art that traverses the center seem - especially on the two-page spreads like the map. I wish I had known the binding method had changed before —I would have kept looking for the better version.

Rating:
[3 of 5 Stars!]
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Ranks Game System
by Casey C.
Publisher: Ranks Game System
Date Added: 04/20/2024 19:15:57
pixel_trans.gif Ranks Game System This game system deserves so much more attention! It was chock-full of useful content and easy to learn. I found myself peppering in more and more of the rules as we needed them. I have never had such an electric and lively group before this game system. It is definitly worth the price especially if it is on sale! Great job!

Rating:
[5 of 5 Stars!]
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Warhammer Fantasy Role Play: Death on the Reik - Enemy Within Campaign Director's Cut Volume 2
by Zekiel
Publisher: Cubicle 7 Entertainment Ltd.
Date Added: 04/20/2024 16:32:17
pixel_trans.gif Warhammer Fantasy Role Play: Death on the Reik - Enemy Within Campaign Director's Cut Volume 2 An absolutely classic adventure featuring a host of fantastic locations - most notably the sinister Castle Wittgenstein - and memorable NPCs. The early provision of a barge for the player characters is inspired, and provides players with an excellent feeling of freedom. The update from the original (1st edition) version is not as impressive as one might hope - in particular adventure hooks are still rather lacking, and there are some disappointing omissions (like a scale on the map). Nevertheless there is a huge amount of good, usable content here and I thoroughly recommend this. For a (much) more thorough review (with spoilers) see: https://illmetbymorrslieb.wordpress.com/2024/04/13/review-de-
ath-on-the-reik-part-1/...

Rating:
[4 of 5 Stars!]
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