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Rangers of Shadow Deep: A Tabletop Adventure Game
by Matt N.
Publisher: Joseph A. McCullough
Date Added: 12/09/2018 06:22:02
Rangers of Shadow Deep: A Tabletop Adventure Game Once again, Joe McCullough nailed it. The game is well thought out, rules are clear and simple enough without being "dumbed-down". The scenarios provided look fun and challenging (haven't played yet) and like Frostgrave, what you need to play isn't going to cost you a year's pay. Can't wait to get this one to the table! Update -- Still 5 stars after playing. This game plays very quickly, faster than Frostgrave. The coop nature is really fun, especially with kids. Looking forward to scenario 2!...

Rating:
[5 of 5 Stars!]
B/X Essentials: Core Rules
by Colin G.
Publisher: Necrotic Gnome
Date Added: 12/09/2018 06:10:03
B/X Essentials: Core Rules I love original B/X, but essentials takes Moldvay Dungeons and Dragons to another level. Clean, clear and concise       layout make it a pleasure to use. The pdf is bookmarked and i love to view it as a double page spread on a 10" tablet, a joy to behold. I buy everything that Gavin produces.

Rating:
[5 of 5 Stars!]
Ravenloft: Realm of Terror (2e)
by Max T.
Publisher: Wizards of the Coast
Date Added: 12/09/2018 02:26:07
Ravenloft: Realm of Terror (2e) This edition of Ravenloft was very well scanned and presented in book form. This boxed set had a high degree of difficulty in translation given the amount of free standing elements that were included in its original form, but it manages to read well and work as a unified product. Early editions of Ravenloft can be a bit dicey to talk about. For example, there’s a chapter in this book titled “Gypsies”, making it a product that was wholly of its time. But that said, this is a dense and well crafted campaign setting with strong world specific rules and practical insights into running diverse and create adventures in a setting that’s about as far away from Sword and Sorcery as you can get. This edition does not conatin Lord Soth (The Deathknight from Dragonlance), or… I want to say, the mummy and the desert realm, but if none of that matters to you, this is an excellent reproduction that can provide a broader and more flexible approach to DnD whether you use it for 2e play, or mine i...

Rating:
[5 of 5 Stars!]
The City of Greyhawk (2e)
by Max T.
Publisher: Wizards of the Coast
Date Added: 12/09/2018 02:14:28
The City of Greyhawk (2e) This edition of the Greyhawk boxed set translates remarkably well to book form, was very well scanned, and if you are buying this out of any motivation from nostalgia to practical and accesible use for play today, this book will serve you well. Further, if your're DnD historically minded, or design oriented, Greyhawk provides a fantastic glimpse into the late 1st/early second edition world of DnD. A lot of campaign designs and world building can easily be gleemed from its approach to a large city and surrounding hinterlands, and just as much can be gained in understanding the focus and interest of TSRs design philosophy and content motivations in this work. Also, and perhaps most importantly, the series of 2 page stand alone adventure cards (which read perfectly in book form) hold up as strong examples of one session adventures that shit if tone and challange across the range of early to mid character progression. ...

Rating:
[5 of 5 Stars!]
Monstrous Hybrids: Three Halfbreed Character Races
by Jason A.
Publisher: Skirmisher Publishing
Date Added: 12/08/2018 22:26:04
Monstrous Hybrids: Three Halfbreed Character Races Ooooo, this was a fun read. The style of writing, the in-depth rational as to why these things would exist, and how they live, was really great. Actually makes me want to roll up a Half-Ghoul, which is an oddity compared to my usual, stale, elf rangers. Good for play, well statted, and a cool chart to add a stigma, especially cool if you play a hunter of such things, or are running a game with hidden halfbreeds to route out. A Good buy, especially for the price, keep em coming

Rating:
[5 of 5 Stars!]
Chronicles of the Outlands
by Joseph H.
Publisher: Better Games
Date Added: 12/08/2018 19:51:18
Chronicles of the Outlands What ... what ... Cutlass AND Fantasy set in the Western Barons? Did Christmas come early this year? **Pros:** - Layout is great. Finally a text with a large enough font to read. Plus, Plus. - Art is fun and evocative. Not too much. Just enough. - Quick and Dirty Tables Galore. One can never have too many. Be careful what you ask for. - Character Generation in 5 minutes with a complete, interesting character. Plus. Plus. - Aspirational .... Throwing in Brash, Irregular, Escape, Calculated and Recitation off the top. Most would just give you three and charge you for the Schlameals' Book of Schlamealness (Wizards, you know who you are). In Outlands, you get them all off the top. - No need for a book for 300 new character classes. You get any class you want to build with one's skills. - Ignobles are always great. Those of you still using Experience Points ... noobs. - One can actually begin to like Banes (bad results) in this game. - Still just die eights needed to...

Rating:
[5 of 5 Stars!]
Chronicles of Darkness Storyteller Screen
by Joshua W.
Publisher: White Wolf
Date Added: 12/08/2018 19:41:57
Chronicles of Darkness Storyteller Screen This creator thoughtfully included some of the main mechanics & systems that a storyteller would want on a screen. Core book (CofD) page numbers included for quick reference. The main mechanics included are: actions/dice rolling, beats/XP, breaking points, combat summary, social maneuvering, conditions, and investigations. There's a lot of information packed on each page, but it nevertheless reads well. Glad to finally have an updated CofD ST screen, and I'm hoping this creator will make more for the splats that are still missing theirs! I also purchased the "Cheat Sheet" by the same creator, which provides a nice way to customize my screen based on my needs. Well done!...

Rating:
[5 of 5 Stars!]
Lone Wolf Adventure Game
by Alan P.
Publisher: Cubicle 7 Entertainment Ltd.
Date Added: 12/08/2018 19:26:23
Lone Wolf Adventure Game There's a lot of nostalgia here, which is what originally prompted me to buy this boxed set at Gen Con - it helped that Joe Dever was there to sign it! The digital copy is a very good representation of the physical product, and I'm extremely pleased with the purchase. The images are high quality and while the file sizes aren't small, they're certainly ready for print and display on my game table. Lone Wolf Adventures isn't your standard RPG (read: d20-affiliated) and is VERY MUCH worth checking out!...

Rating:
[5 of 5 Stars!]
Ravenloft Campaign Setting, Revised, Boxed Set (2e)
by Alan P.
Publisher: Wizards of the Coast
Date Added: 12/08/2018 19:23:06
Ravenloft Campaign Setting, Revised, Boxed Set (2e) It's great to have a legal PDF of the text, but this doesn't feel very well done. The cards don't line up and some of the pages are a bit askew. overall, the text is complete and it's worth the $9.99

Rating:
[3 of 5 Stars!]
The Irresponsible Hero
by Sebastian R. R.
Publisher: post world games
Date Added: 12/08/2018 17:08:23
The Irresponsible Hero One of many good ways to know and try Jim's creations. And if you like it, can pay for it later on or even buy some of the many other RPGs available...

Rating:
[5 of 5 Stars!]
DDAL00-05 Winter's Splendor (5e)
by Jonathan E.
Publisher: Wizards of the Coast
Date Added: 12/08/2018 15:48:37
DDAL00-05 Winter's Splendor (5e) A good adventure tha suffers from the new style of layout. Ran all the objectives including bonuses in 2.5 hours. I really like the premise of this adventure and the content in general. What's stopping me from giving it five stars is the way the information has been organised within the text. I have to jump between page and page as I try to link all the details of the investigation together for the players. This leads to a lot of confusion. For example when the players get ahold of the page of the story they're going to want to immediately go to the City of the Dead without any of the things they might need to deal with the altar. This could lead to a lot of back and forth with the players getting frustrated at the situation. Also a general thing with these adventures - Please put the bonus content in the main text rather than the appendix, there's no need to leave it to the end of the document....

Rating:
[4 of 5 Stars!]
Extreme Drowess Episode 3: Save the Flumph
by Jean H.
Publisher: Aegis Studios
Date Added: 12/08/2018 15:26:18
Extreme Drowess Episode 3: Save the Flumph Gamma is absolutely adorable. It's worth listening to this one just for Gamma.

Rating:
[5 of 5 Stars!]
Extreme Drowess Episode 5: Where Do We Go From Here
by Jean H.
Publisher: Aegis Studios
Date Added: 12/08/2018 15:21:30
Extreme Drowess Episode 5: Where Do We Go From Here This episode introduces a new NPC, Balor, who highlights some of the problems with Drow society, and forces the characters to start examining the way they've been taught to live. And yet, it's not preachy - just fun to listen to.

Rating:
[5 of 5 Stars!]
Extreme Drowess Episode 4: In Dreams
by Jean H.
Publisher: Aegis Studios
Date Added: 12/08/2018 15:08:30
Extreme Drowess Episode 4: In Dreams Seriously, Gamma is adorable. I'm enjoying listening as the characters and the story arc devleop.

Rating:
[5 of 5 Stars!]
Extreme Drowess Episode 2: A Small Problem
by Jean H.
Publisher: Aegis Studios
Date Added: 12/08/2018 15:02:09
Extreme Drowess Episode 2: A Small Problem I loved this adventure! It introduces an intresting sub-race of dwarves and a terrifying sub-race of kobolds. I recommend picking up the adventure to run for your own crew.

Rating:
[5 of 5 Stars!]
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