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M20 Technocracy Reloaded
by Daniel C.
Publisher: Onyx Path Publishing
Date Added: 08/18/2022 21:56:06
M20 Technocracy Reloaded Another great entry for mage 20th. I love the tone of this book and again storyteller choice is encoraged. Do you want to run your Technocrats as something more fun like the MIB movies? Or do you want something more terrifing and ominous like the X-files? You can go either way easily or a little of both. Speaking of movies, so many modern sci-fi movies can easiler be tapped for insperation for this book and it really encorages players to do so. This book also continues the trend of taking the Technocrats away from their monolithic evil badies roots in 1st ed and pushing further down the path of shades of gray and how these are people using 'enlightened' science sometimes to protect or sometimes to control. Part of this book are scary to think about and others are hilarious (seriously the part about the TBE's had me laughing so hard. Who hurt you pal?) All in all its a great book and I enjoyed reading it and refrencing it....

Rating:
[5 of 5 Stars!]
Mage: The Ascension 20th Anniversary Edition
by Daniel C.
Publisher: Onyx Path Publishing
Date Added: 08/18/2022 21:43:11
Mage: The Ascension 20th Anniversary Edition Worth it! Yes the book is very LARGE. Thats because they had to fit so much in. Everything from more clarity on how magic dificulties work, how to explain paradigms to your players (which was a problem ive seen even so called experinced players have issues with) to having entries on ALL of the groups of mages. Every tradition, every convention, and every craft. Is it new player friendly? Yes and no. As far as how the rules have been cleared up? Absolutly. The only factor against new players and this book is again its sheer size is nothing short of intimidating. An experinced storyteller however can easily help guide their players, and a new one starting out couldnt hurt getting a quickstart guide. How hard is it for new players to grasp? Well I have a friend who had NEVER played a single storyteller system game in his life and a week after getting the book was running a Mage game of his own. Storyteller system has always been more intuitive for new players then most other TTRPG...

Rating:
[5 of 5 Stars!]
Wretched New Flesh - Postcards from Avalidad
by Eric F.
Publisher: The Red Room
Date Added: 08/18/2022 20:58:35
Wretched New Flesh - Postcards from Avalidad "Wretched New Flesh is an OSR adaptation of Postcards from Avalidad, a Postmortem Studios setting. This is a near-future sci-fi/ surreal horror game inspired by the works of William S. Burroughs, David Cronenberg, William Gibson, and Clive Barker. Almost 400 pages crammed-full of information about the bizarre world of Avalidad, with mechanics compatible with the previous Wretched games." "The game setting is centred on Avalidad, a futuristic city in Morocco, where corporations have been conducting research in genetics, cybernetics, augmented and virtual reality, and biotechnology. By default, characters are expected to be ZoneSec operatives or executives for Takeda Technologies, one of the most powerful corporations in Avalidad, but other roles such as Avalidad’s celebrities, fiscal royalty and seedy underbelly are also possible." So the Red Room folks have been busy again & this time it's a full rpg that we've bee...

Rating:
[5 of 5 Stars!]
In the Footsteps of Hercules
by Derek B.
Publisher: Skirmisher Publishing
Date Added: 08/18/2022 18:58:16
In the Footsteps of Hercules I found this source book was really useful. It's versatile and detailed with a lot of encounters and adventure hooks that you can either use in the campaign provided by the book or pull out to use somewhere else. The Ancient Greece theme was really fleshed out and would be great for using in that setting, but you could also re-theme a lot of it to your own setting and still have it work great. I especially liked the Cave of the Tables of Knowledge as a really cool mini dungeon that I plan on using for my next game. ...

Rating:
[5 of 5 Stars!]
Sandbox Creator
by Nigel T.
Publisher: Shieldice Studio
Date Added: 08/18/2022 18:38:36
Sandbox Creator For what it is, this is great... It's not going to build a world for you but it is a simple way to get some framework together; I can't speak to the story hooks aspects but a half hour with a deck of cards and some dice and a page of grid paper got me a wonderful intricate Corner-Of-A-World map. On that, something that added some realism to the map was: Working on a gridded page and with a coastline already defined: Upon drawing a card for an area, roll to call how many additional areas share that landscape. Then roll a d8 that many times, placing the landscape according to the compass directions called by the d8 (1=NE, 6=W, 4=S...). This way, there come to be larger areas with interesting shapes which later suggest the geology beneath and more. I got a great long gorge running from the mountains out to the coast. Gratitude to the creator for his work! Though unless I'm mistaken, I think I paid a lot more than $4 for the kickstarter reward... but I probably got a b...

Rating:
[4 of 5 Stars!]
Solar Blades & Cosmic Spells
by Nathaniel M.
Publisher: Old Skull Publishing
Date Added: 08/18/2022 17:50:05
Solar Blades & Cosmic Spells This book is excellent. It addressed all my bugbears with Sharp Swords, (which is also a good game). It covers everything you could need from combat and spells to rules for vechiles, with excellent examples and guides to making your own spells equipment and monsters. I will definately be using it a lot. Some lovely art and presentation too, and the tables are amazing. You coul use it to run a very wide range of games from fanatsy to sci fi. One of the best and most easy to remember rulesets I've seen. Highly recommended. ...

Rating:
[5 of 5 Stars!]
EZD6 Core Rulebook
by Nathan C.
Publisher: RUNEHAMMER GAMES
Date Added: 08/18/2022 16:46:11
EZD6 Core Rulebook Just what I was looking for! My group is throwing praise my way about the campaign, but it's all owed to EZ6D. We are spending way more time having fun and less time waiting around. My group specifically loved the freedom that "aspects" brought to their character creation. I would love to see an expantion of the monster list/item list with the EZD6 style in the future.

Rating:
[5 of 5 Stars!]
Death in Space Core Rules
by Brandon K.
Publisher: Free League Publishing
Date Added: 08/18/2022 13:16:53
Death in Space Core Rules Great art. Great soundtrack (yes, there is a soundtrack and it's awesome). Great mix of space horror and dark comedy type stuff. Cannot recommend highly enough.

Rating:
[5 of 5 Stars!]
Crypt of the Tyrant King: A Single-Page Adventure
by Troy B.
Publisher: Big On Minis
Date Added: 08/18/2022 13:07:17
Crypt of the Tyrant King: A Single-Page Adventure Well designed, system agnotsitc adventure! This one page dungeon is an awesome resource for the pick up game sith your buddies, or for the starting GM, or to even test out a new system. I'm using this dungeon to test out Index RPG with my buddies. Well, worth throwing some coin Big On Minis' way.

Rating:
[5 of 5 Stars!]
Kill Sector Core Rulebook
by Scott G.
Publisher: Bahunga Worldwide
Date Added: 08/18/2022 08:11:09
Kill Sector Core Rulebook I've been playing in or running Kill Sector for a couple of years now. I think it's a fantastic sandbox system which emphasises tactics and unpredictable, very deadly combat. It fits one-shots best, but longer stories with character growth over time is also feasible. Creating a first character can seem overwhelming as it's a point-buy system with over 1000 options, but that's also what's cool about it. Although some setting info and modules exist, it's really more of a universal platform for character creation. I'm using it as a basis for developing fandom and genre games; I simply cut away the parts that I don't need, and everything that remains works. Tyson and Noah have been amazing about in how they frequently rebalance functions, add new features, and support the community -- all this for the whopping price of free....

Rating:
[5 of 5 Stars!]
Rimbound Transmission 6: Red Screen
by Chris C.
Publisher: Slash & Byte Minis
Date Added: 08/18/2022 05:34:44
Rimbound Transmission 6: Red Screen A two-page power wallop of weirdness from a top Mothership designer. I laughed, my skin crawled. Disemembered evil robots, androids making sanity saves on a chilling table. I loved this. I love all the things that this designer makes. Tip top!

Rating:
[5 of 5 Stars!]
Savage Worlds Adventure Edition
by Vitor L.
Publisher: Pinnacle Entertainment
Date Added: 08/18/2022 04:49:59
Savage Worlds Adventure Edition This is my personal top favorite system of all time. It is very easy to learn, very easy to explain, without being rules-lite. It allows you to use pretty much any setting you can come up with, thanks to its own mechanics and how it handles all the systems. The combat is extremely fun, and very easy to make balanced encounters. I love how flexible and customizable the magic system is. Probably my favorite of any RPG. It has a lot of optional mechanics to customize the game to your own needs, and it's very easy to come up with new mechanics to further increase customization. And if you prefer working with a already stabilished setting, there are lots of great settings officially supported, like Deadlands, Pathfinder and RIFTS. You get pretty much everything you might need for any setting with just this single book. I could go on and on telling everything in detail, because honestly, this system doesn't get the fame and recognition it deserve. It's a masterpiece....

Rating:
[5 of 5 Stars!]
Six Seasons in Sartar: The Seven Tailed Wolf
by jo a.
Publisher: Chaosium
Date Added: 08/18/2022 01:15:43
Six Seasons in Sartar: The Seven Tailed Wolf A really great end to a fantastic trilogy, THIS is Glorantha.

Rating:
[5 of 5 Stars!]
Hot Stuff on Shore Leave
by Chris C.
Publisher: worlds by watt
Date Added: 08/18/2022 00:18:25
Hot Stuff on Shore Leave A thought provoking module of melancholy with many provocative prompts. The questions I was asked about my character brought out deep feelings about why I was adventuring in a horror game and why my character would even get out of the bed in the morning, knowing what lies ahead. I am still thinking about it. This is a superior solo gaming product, a superior Mothership product, a superior creation and I cannot wait to see what you develop next. Make no mistake: Hot stuff on Shore Leave would work well for groups. The book self-identifies as queer friendly, and it is. It is also human friendly. Android friendly. Deeply compassinate. I enjoyed the rules for souvenir hot sauce, too. Ha ha ha....

Rating:
[5 of 5 Stars!]
Temple of 1000 Swords
by Bob V. G.
Publisher: Swordlords Publishing
Date Added: 08/17/2022 18:06:59
Temple of 1000 Swords Recently I soloed my way through Temple of 1000 Swords (24 pages at DriveThruRPG for level three characters). The RPG system I used to play it was Dragonbones Sandbox & Dungeon Crawl – The King’s Crown RPG (for several players and one game master, 27 pages available at DriveThruRPG). For their second adventure, I used these same characters - Clip the illusionist, Trace the thief, Biggs the fighter, Tess the cleric, Rocks the ranger, and Sonnet the druid. I did bump them up to third level. The solo engine that I used was the Juice Oracle (free at itchio). The game started with the PCs picking up the quest at The Iron Castle. The patron for this quest gave them some starting funds and a mule that they could borrow. He also gave them a ring. Their quest was to find the diety at the temple and get him to place a wish in that ring and then return the ring back to the patron. Here are the highlights of the adventure. The first day was travelling and dealing with stirges during the nigh...

Rating:
[5 of 5 Stars!]
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