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WG9 Gargoyle (1e/2e)
by James B.
Publisher: Wizards of the Coast
Date Added: 07/03/2022 06:45:09
WG9 Gargoyle (1e/2e) An adventure for AD&D 1st Edition (but billed as 2nd Edition compatible) in the Greyhawk setting (not that it's especially relevant to the plot). This lighthearted scenario has the player characters hired to help a pair of gargoyles find their stolen wings - a premise apparently based on an art error from the original Monster Manual. Unfortunately, while the adventure is adequately well-designed, it's trying too hard at times to be funny (did we really need so many random accident tables?) and much of the progress seems to depend on players doing things in just the right order. (The players also have very little direct influence on the finale.) Note, the adventure clearly intends for you to use the pre-generated characters in the book, so it might require some adjustment for original PCs. Not a bad adventure, if you're looking for something sillier, but this feels like it could have been executed better. (Originally posted on Goodreads)...

Rating:
[4 of 5 Stars!]
Spaceport Crates Print-and-Build Terrain Kit
by Lindsay W.
Publisher: Dave Graffam Models
Date Added: 07/03/2022 06:10:40
Spaceport Crates Print-and-Build Terrain Kit Great kit for making quick terrain setups from simple line of sight blockers to improvised strong-points. One piece of advice I would offer is that the completed crates can be a bit light so I would recommend gluing a couple of pennies into the base of them during assembly.

Rating:
[5 of 5 Stars!]
The Terminator RPG: Campaign Book
by Dani J.
Publisher: Nightfall Games
Date Added: 07/03/2022 01:47:33
The Terminator RPG: Campaign Book This is seriously a excellent stuff. strongly recommend.

Rating:
[5 of 5 Stars!]
Atlas of Uncanny Places: 1200+ almost real place names for fantasy worldbuilding
by Chris R.
Publisher: Xeno & Kraft
Date Added: 07/03/2022 01:26:20
Atlas of Uncanny Places: 1200+ almost real place names for fantasy worldbuilding What a charming book that reflects a lot of cleverness . I would love to see more and will buy again and pay this time for such good work.

Rating:
[5 of 5 Stars!]
The Terminator RPG
by Michael B.
Publisher: Nightfall Games
Date Added: 07/03/2022 00:46:15
The Terminator RPG I've been enjoying this since I had a chance to run the QS. Loving it. Hoping the physical books come soon.

Rating:
[5 of 5 Stars!]
Tribebook: Kor
by Darryl J.
Publisher: White Wolf
Date Added: 07/02/2022 23:07:52
Tribebook: Kor Really enjoyed this look into prehistory of the World of Darkness. This book proved to be both educational ( I did not know about the Synapsids) and chock full of great ideas. Going into why would Gaia make the first shapeshifters is a good question often left unspoken. Having the great threat be plants, was perfect. While the modern age is focused on the Wyrm, 275 million years ago there was effectively no gauntlet and Wyld infused plants were the greatest threat to all non-plant life. "The Green Tyranny," even that name that inspires interest. Sprinkle that a few times into a chronicle and see the players chase after this hidden foe no one has heard of. The art is excellent and nearly every page features new, unique art. Instead of bland pages with a wall of text, this book is great to peruse with art breaking up the sameness of the pages. And then there's a way for them to be in the modern age. Of course some mention of modern age was made, as the mass majority of...

Rating:
[5 of 5 Stars!]
Story Scrolls 1: Redemption in Blackstone Hollows
by Kimberly K.
Publisher: Paizo
Date Added: 07/02/2022 20:48:34
Story Scrolls 1: Redemption in Blackstone Hollows I love Pathfinder lore, and was immediately drawn to this story because of the mention of Sarenrae. This is an engaging short story, with a compelling problem and unexpected solution. The battlemap at the end is lovely, but the link to download the high resolution does not work, otherwise I would have given this product 5 stars.

Rating:
[4 of 5 Stars!]
Dominion Hack
by Colin T.
Publisher: Judas Games
Date Added: 07/02/2022 20:25:57
Dominion Hack I love this supplement. I am a Black Hack DM for 2+ years running, 3 weekly games. I have some players reaching level 10, which is "Retire and become an influential NPC" level in my sandbox setting. This set of rules and ideas is exactly what I wanted - years ago, I read a blog post about handling settlements as though they are characters with stats, and conflicts between them like a contest of attributes. This makes it so I don't have to make up the details myself, lol. If you run Black Hack and love the loose and flexible framework for handling old school D&D-like play, this adds in the domain-level game in the same kind of vein. I like it a lot. I will probably use it as-is, and then mod it in play just like I've done with BH and other supplements for it. Well worth the $6 if you want to run that kind of game, or have players that want to do that kind of play in your game. ...

Rating:
[4 of 5 Stars!]
Wretched Époque
by Brian C.
Publisher: The Red Room
Date Added: 07/02/2022 12:42:52
Wretched Époque I discovered Wretched Epoque last week and am thrilled with my purchase. It's a superb game of weird action and uncanny horror powered by solid, well-written OSR rules and chock full of evoctative illustrations and layout. The presentation and writing are top notch. There are Lovecraftian creatures in the bestiary section, as well as sections on madness and magic. The game is set in the sinisterly genteel era between around 1880 to 1914, but you could easily extend that a few decades in either direction. Since it's OSR, it follows the classic class-and-level, six standard ability scores, roll d20 etc system...which is a strength of this game, since it's well-written and presented with panache. Since it's OSR, you can also dip into your existing OSR collection of monsters and adventures and pop them into Wretched Epoque without any conversion headaches. Folks, I'm just a regular gamer, and I know what I like when I see it. This one's a winner. Bu...

Rating:
[5 of 5 Stars!]
EZD6 Core Rulebook
by Mia P.
Publisher: RUNEHAMMER GAMES
Date Added: 07/02/2022 11:53:30
EZD6 Core Rulebook Not way could I resist buying this after participating in a handful of session at conventions. Truly a master stroke in mayhem and marvelous adventuring. A few of my players have bought, read and LOVE it! Rabble Rousers United! Thank you DM Scotty for sharing this with all of us.

Rating:
[5 of 5 Stars!]
Lavender Hack: Tarantula Hawk Wasp Edition
by Jeff S.
Publisher: Ziapelta Games
Date Added: 07/02/2022 10:00:04
Lavender Hack: Tarantula Hawk Wasp Edition Wonderfully imaginative and versitile ruleset. Easily one of my favorite games in the OSR space. I love the inclusion of author's notes for WHY certain rules are they way they are. The only reason this isn't a 5-star game is that print-on-demand results in text way too close to the spine. The layout could benefit from a larger inside margin for printing.

Rating:
[4 of 5 Stars!]
Making History Modern
by Mathias K.
Publisher: Onyx Path Publishing
Date Added: 07/02/2022 02:47:37
Making History Modern An absolutely tremendous work that manages to accomplish three very important things in a very short amount of time: 1) Provide Storyguides with inspiration for how to use the "All Myths Are True" framework. It's not merely that they're all true in the strictest sense of it, but that the stories of pantheons and people overlap and change in the telling, that the meeting of the myths is a way to tell new stories by examining the way the old would change if figures from one or t he other could interact. 2) Remind Storyguides (and players) of their power and responsibility. The people for whom the stories that serve as a foundation for *Scion* lived in very different circumstances then than you do now. While it's important to respect that history (indeed, it's part of the DNA of the game itself) just as important is understanding what your players are comfortable with and the responsibility of the Storyguide not to sacrifice the players' ability to ex...

Rating:
[5 of 5 Stars!]
OSRIC Unearthed
by JR S.
Publisher: Vigilance Press
Date Added: 07/01/2022 19:56:33
OSRIC Unearthed Is there an errata for this out there somewhere? Classes are missing racial class level limits, starting ages/money, etc. Otherwise a great book.

Rating:
[4 of 5 Stars!]
Making History Modern
by Kyle N.
Publisher: Onyx Path Publishing
Date Added: 07/01/2022 19:06:45
Making History Modern A very insightful and thoughtful look into the nature of stories, and plenty of good advice on how to look for and collect the story elements for remixing them for your Scion games. Would recommend for all Storyguides, and for anybody who likes playing with stories in general. Also useful for Heroes who may want to take themes of past Heroes and work them into their characters.

Rating:
[5 of 5 Stars!]
Places of Power
by Branden L.
Publisher: Realmwarp Media
Date Added: 07/01/2022 16:18:54
Places of Power Again, Realmwarp Media nails it. This book is a fantastic resource. As someone who isn't all that creative on the spot, this book creates a rich, developed setting for me to use with my players. For my Rifts campaign, I'm particularly interested in "The City Out of Time," and plan to use this as an integral part of my campaign. Just don't tell my players, sssh! The Simulacrum is of interest as well. Definitely worth the $14.99! And, no, I'm not affiliated with Realmwarp Media in any way....

Rating:
[5 of 5 Stars!]
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