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ALIEN RPG Core Rulebook
by Thomas B.
Publisher: Free League Publishing
Date Added: 06/23/2021 06:31:15
ALIEN RPG Core Rulebook So Alien was my gateway drug into the Year Zero Engine Universe and importantly the game that inspired me to get back into gaming. It was and continues to be an excellent game with amazing art and a set of mechanics that are perfectly tuned to the game setting. I cannot recommend this book any more highly.

Rating:
[5 of 5 Stars!]
Djachroum and the Rimward Reach
by Thomas B.
Publisher: Free League Publishing
Date Added: 06/23/2021 06:24:47
Djachroum and the Rimward Reach Ok this is a bloody excellent translation of the original material and opens up a whole space for regular play by a team of interested players. Its also quite useful if you are playing through the emessiary lost campaign under the official free league banner as well this region is given some prominenance at the end of the second book (no spoilers will be provided). In addition the file contains the original art from Free League and makes available for the first time a large amount of Swedish original material for use by English Speakers. ...

Rating:
[5 of 5 Stars!]
Castle Xyntillan
by Robert A.
Publisher: First Hungarian d20 Society
Date Added: 06/23/2021 06:22:34
Castle Xyntillan The formatting and writing are both top-notch. As other reviewers have noted, the formatting maximizes ease of use at-the-table. Room descriptions are concisely written with bolded and bulleted text. The rooms are interesting and interactive. The castle's layout is well-designed. I also love the virtual tabletop acommodations provided with the PDF dungeon. Two things I missed are a high-level overview of "what's going on" for the referee (like a backstory of the castle) and more description of what the NPCs want & think of one another. The foreward basically says that "there is no backstory," and the description of the NPCs generally includes only what they are currently doing, not their goals or plans. So overall I would say this is a very good **funhouse** megadungeon, with an emphasis on the "funhouse." It makes little sense, and really isn't meant to. This might be fine for some players (including you). For myself, it got old afte...

Rating:
[4 of 5 Stars!]
Brave Bunnies (A Cute TTRPG Game for Everyone)
by Stephanie C.
Publisher: Highdenn Creations
Date Added: 06/23/2021 06:13:02
Brave Bunnies (A Cute TTRPG Game for Everyone) I had a lot of fun playing this game with my son! He's only 2.5yo, so I helped with some of the counting, but otherwise, it was easy and fun to play with him. Great game for all ages and definitely recommend! I have a full review on my blog as well: https://www.ttrpgkids.com/2021/06/23/all-ages-ttrpg-review-b-
rave-bunnies/

Rating:
[5 of 5 Stars!]
Tome of Psionics
by Bebe k.
Publisher: Chad A B Hale
Date Added: 06/23/2021 04:12:32
Tome of Psionics This is a very unique class, and that's good. There's a lot in this, yes. A lot of content. A lot of ideas. A lot of design. And a lot of effort. The passion of someone who loves psions and wants to make one that shines in a unique way! Now I like Psions. I loved the ADND version the psionicist had a mystical flare to them. AD&D psionicists were not hard at all... if you can add and subtract! This takes the fantastic flavor/feel of the old psionic class and brings it into Pathfinder 2e as something new. Its the perfect match for Pathfinder 2e and embraces rules found in the core rulebook; Focus, replenishment, refocus, focus spells, non-spellcasters with focus spells, draining a bonded item for focus, powers with really long durations, all of those rules and more. You customize your psionic powers with development points just like "skill increases" and there's progression trees to a few powers, to keep the game balanced. using psionic power has never been ...

Rating:
[5 of 5 Stars!]
Tiny Cthulhu
by william g.
Publisher: Gallant Knight Games
Date Added: 06/22/2021 21:44:40
Tiny Cthulhu This is one of the first Tiny games I have purchased. I then bought Tiny Taverns and Tiny Gunslingers. The game is amazing, simple and if you are looking for a rules light system where you can let your players go wild, be silly and have fun, this system allows all the fun and story and the rules get out of the way. The only thing I would like to see in the future is something like a book with all the rules/traits from the various games. In the interm I will be purchasing the Tiny library and figuring out how to make my interdimentional tavern or my Musketeer Airship pirates game....

Rating:
[5 of 5 Stars!]
Fiendish Codex II: Tyrants of the Nine Hells (3.5)
by Brian L.
Publisher: Wizards of the Coast
Date Added: 06/22/2021 20:46:34
Fiendish Codex II: Tyrants of the Nine Hells (3.5) this book is legendary and needs to be put into Print on Demand, along with Fiend Folio and the Erotic Book of Fantasy. Also, Book of Vile Darkness and Book of Exalted Deeds. Id order a hardback copy of every single one of these, and so would loads others.

Rating:
[5 of 5 Stars!]
"Gyllensyl" Coastal Swamp Town Map
by Injection a. r. I. a. r.
Publisher: LeLanglacier
Date Added: 06/22/2021 18:19:34
"Gyllensyl" Coastal Swamp Town Map This was good one. This was good one. This was good one. This was good one.

Rating:
[5 of 5 Stars!]
Soul Fire
by DSC T. G. C. _.
Publisher: White Wolf
Date Added: 06/22/2021 14:30:36
Soul Fire Soul Fire claims to be the spiritual sequel to Dark Alliance: Vancouver. Set in Vancouver, Soul Fire is an interesting take on modern day Vancouver. With Vampire Dragons, Gangrel Dinosaurs, Time Travel, and Vampire who literally set their Souls on Fire, what more is there to say. This book is not for everyone, but the Tabletop Gaming Club was VERY much entertained by this product. We do want to mention that the first chapter talks about the status of the vampires from Dark Alliance: Vancouver and updates them for modern times... but doesn't include stat blocks for them..so to really know who any of them are you need to own Dark Alliance: Vancouver....

Rating:
[3 of 5 Stars!]
Children of the Tides
by DSC T. G. C. ..
Publisher: White Wolf
Date Added: 06/22/2021 13:13:25
Children of the Tides Children of the Tides great product featuring an entertaining peice of fiction and a one-shot adventure that compliments the story. Even if you don't play through the adventure, there is enough in the book to give a good understanding of the town of Oak Hill in order to use it as a campaign setting. In addition, there is rules for a new family of revenants created by the Baali along with character write up of the town locals along with the heroes presented in the story. Our favorite part was the appendix which included a world of darkness skinning of Manny's Allligator Center, a real world tourist destination in Oak Hill that existed from the 50s until 90s. The Tabletop Gaming club really enjoyed this book and we recommend picking up a copy....

Rating:
[5 of 5 Stars!]
H.P. Lovecraft's Arkham
by ALEX G.
Publisher: Chaosium
Date Added: 06/22/2021 12:46:12
H.P. Lovecraft's Arkham A great resource for Keepers. Gives you tons of color and background to flavour your Arkham and vacinty adventures. Gives not only a history, and lovecraftian references, but detailed descriptions of the different districts and famous locations. Includes appendices for townsfolk, both famous and general, some investigator backgrounds (arkham specific onviously) Handouts, and 4 adventures. The version I have is meant for 6 version or earlier, but is completely and easily moddable for 7th ed. A great spice rack for your Cthulhu game....

Rating:
[5 of 5 Stars!]
The Seas of Vodari (5E)
by Yann E.
Publisher: Tribality Publishing
Date Added: 06/22/2021 10:50:48
The Seas of Vodari (5E) My review is based on reading only. I have bought the product in august 2020 when I was looking for another setting that the usual Forgotten Realms. I liked this product very much, I don't know if I will run adventures in it but I'm impressed by the Quality of the work. The PDF is thorough: you have species, a new class, backgrounds, a full pantheon, a gazetteer of the important kingdoms and a few adventure seeds, you have also new monsters, spell and magic items. The icing on the cake? An introductory adventure with a treasure hunt :). Clearly it's a very good third-party setting I strongly recommend if you like seafaring swashbuckling adventures!...

Rating:
[5 of 5 Stars!]
Worlds Without Number
by istvan g.
Publisher: Sine Nomine Publishing
Date Added: 06/22/2021 09:26:17
Worlds Without Number Ideal mid-complexity game for Dying Earth or generic fantasy Again, top quality from Mr. Crawford GOOD - the magic system is the best in the market, if you like Jack Vance/Gene Wolfe novels. More Vancian than regular D&D, works wonders. - athmosphere is unique (again Vance/Wolfe) - top quality GM material to lessen the workload of the GM - the system works for generic fantasy after minimal work - neatly trimmed, no meaningless filler text, but a good read - more player character awesome abilites (adds complexity though) BAD - more complex than most previous works (ie. Silent Legions or Scarlet Heroes) - the GM section seems less focused than usual, harder to find things. The upside is that it covers _everything_ - some archetypes (ie. cleric or druid) needs to be created from two half class templates. Character creation takes up too much time - an alternative rule (shock damage) changes the natural flow of d20 combats ROOM FOR IMPROVEMENT - some trimming of the GM material. All ...

Rating:
[4 of 5 Stars!]
Dead Record: Official Rulebook
by Philip C.
Publisher: Greyshield Games
Date Added: 06/22/2021 06:54:07
Dead Record: Official Rulebook This is a fun, easy to learn game that the author obviously put a great deal of time into. I will be doing the same review for all three parts since you really need all three to play. This is a minor point since you do not have to pay for any of them but you should to show support. Break down The Official Rulebook covers what you need to play but I found some of the details like weapon information were only in Tutorial Campaign. Still very minor point as both books are well organized and easy to use. The Printable Collection is to me the best part. You could play this game with miniatures but the work and love that went into the 2D prints and that everything you need is there makes this superior to so many "professional" games where you are left scrambling for status markers. Game play is simple and the single action a turn really makes you think about what you want to do with each character. Set up is quick and the terrain generator guarantees you a different game each time...

Rating:
[5 of 5 Stars!]
Dead Record: The Printable Collection
by Philip C.
Publisher: Greyshield Games
Date Added: 06/22/2021 06:53:50
Dead Record: The Printable Collection This is a fun, easy to learn game that the author obviously put a great deal of time into. I will be doing the same review for all three parts since you really need all three to play. This is a minor point since you do not have to pay for any of them but you should to show support. Break down The Official Rulebook covers what you need to play but I found some of the details like weapon information were only in Tutorial Campaign. Still very minor point as both books are well organized and easy to use. The Printable Collection is to me the best part. You could play this game with miniatures but the work and love that went into the 2D prints and that everything you need is there makes this superior to so many "professional" games where you are left scrambling for status markers. Game play is simple and the single action a turn really makes you think about what you want to do with each character. Set up is quick and the terrain generator guarantees you a different game each time...

Rating:
[5 of 5 Stars!]
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