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Tails of the City
by A customer
Publisher: Silver Games LLC
Date Added: 04/13/2021 13:47:30
Tails of the City This book is very well written and perfectly balanced for all three systems. I see that one or two people have complained about there not being enough 5e stuff in it, but there really is more for 5e than those one or two people have claimed. The setting itself is brilliant, and the stuff that you could do with this book is amazing! the characters that were put into this book via the kickstarter were all very well drawn and colored, the front cover shows exactly what you are getting in for, and the armory in this book was balanced very well. A lot of TLC went into this book, and it clearly does show. :)...

[5 of 5 Stars!]
The Darkest Night (5E): A Christmas Adventure
by Matthew H.
Publisher: Tribality Publishing
Date Added: 04/13/2021 12:11:16
The Darkest Night (5E): A Christmas Adventure Ran this at Christmas for my neices and nephews. It was a great intro to DnD for them! Thank you!

[5 of 5 Stars!]
Veil 2020: Minimalist Cyberpunk Action Roleplaying
by Karak U.
Publisher: Wrecking Ball Games
Date Added: 04/13/2021 10:53:32
Veil 2020: Minimalist Cyberpunk Action Roleplaying The design is really nice but the content is weak. Some more informations and ideas are necessary, there are a lot of blanks.

[2 of 5 Stars!]
Cartomancy 23: Lovecraft Country Map Pack for Call of Cthulhu
by Zach P.
Publisher: Stygian Fox
Date Added: 04/13/2021 10:12:17
Cartomancy 23: Lovecraft Country Map Pack for Call of Cthulhu This is a fairly nice looking set of maps with a few problems. Most of the maps are decent resolution, about 2550x3300, but for some reason the Trolley Routes map is only 612x792. The bigger problem though is that the maps only sort of match the Lovecraft Country maps from Chaosium. Streets and major features are the same, but the buildings don't match up. Arkham Sanitarium, for instance, is a small house. Given the obvious work that went into it and how closely it follows Chaosium's Arkham map in most details, the random changes don't seem to serve any purpose....

[3 of 5 Stars!]
Print & Paste Dungeon Textures: Creature Comforts
by Romée L.
Publisher: Crooked Staff Publishing
Date Added: 04/13/2021 07:06:17
Print & Paste Dungeon Textures: Creature Comforts Once again, a great pack from this creator! Very easy to work with, and the videos really add to the experience. Highly detailed pieces make for some great additions to any creation. I especially love the carpet!

[5 of 5 Stars!]
Print & Paste Dungeon textures: Books, Scrolls & Potions
by Romée L.
Publisher: Crooked Staff Publishing
Date Added: 04/13/2021 07:03:39
Print & Paste Dungeon textures: Books, Scrolls & Potions This is my favorite texture pack that I have ever bought. The detail of this pack is incredible, and I've used pieces of this (I love the books and bottles most) in almost all of my builds. This is very easy to create, highly creative and detailed. It's small, you can use as many as you need to and it improves everything it touches. The ideas are very creative (the bottle still blows my mind) and the videos are incredibly helpful. I 100% recommend this pack!

[5 of 5 Stars!]
GAZ1 The Grand Duchy of Karameikos (Basic)
by Colin S.
Publisher: Wizards of the Coast
Date Added: 04/13/2021 05:47:31
GAZ1 The Grand Duchy of Karameikos (Basic) I don't think the content needs any review from me. It's classic BECMI, well written and completely useful in any campaign set in Mystara. The print version was surprisingly good. I am impressed with the quality of the print and the binding. Looking at the previous comments it looks like POD comes and goes, but this was well worth the price and I didn't have to wait anywhere near as long as suggested for delivery.

[5 of 5 Stars!]
Kontext-Sensitiv - Unternehmen Taube
by Andre &. S.
Publisher: Pyromancer Publishing
Date Added: 04/13/2021 04:35:43
Kontext-Sensitiv - Unternehmen Taube Uh. da bekomme ich doch glatt ein PDF zum rezensieren. Schwierig. Ich bin doch so alt – okay, dann drucke ich es mir einfach aus und lese es in Ruhe im Sessel. Was haben wir denn hier? Ein Sci-Fi-Abenteuer für das cthuloid angehauchte Fthagn-System. Alles klar. Da weiß ich, worauf ich mich einlasse. **INHALT **Bevor wir zum wirklich guten Inhalt kommen, muss ich, als jemand, der an dem einen oder anderen Rollenspielprodukt mitgearbeitet hat, kurz etwas streng werden: Es ist nie eine gute Idee, sein eigenes Lektorat zu machen. Da schlüpfen einfach zu viele Fehler in das fertige Produkt – und das ist nie schön, auch wenn es ein mehr oder weniger „kleines“ Abenteuer ist. Aber ich will ja Geld dafür haben und dann darf ich wenigstens meine Schwippschwägerin oder einen vorbeireisenden Schlawiner aus dem Internet mal drüberlesen lassen. Auch das Design ist – nun ja, sagen wir mal „hemdsärmelig“. Funktionell und straight, aber nicht sonderlich ansprechend. Ich hoffe mal, dass das in meinem ...

[4 of 5 Stars!]
Искусство немашинного перевода
by Eugene S.
Publisher: Studio 101
Date Added: 04/13/2021 00:44:53
Искусство немашинного перевода Хотя это уже третья итерация этого проекта, книга очень веселит при прочтении, читаешь всё как в первый раз. Скрасил несколько вечеров по пути с работы домой. Быстро кончилось, хочется продолжения этого обучающего веселья.

[5 of 5 Stars!]
Quickstart Rules, 5e C&S
by Todd M.
Publisher: Brittannia Game Designs Ltd
Date Added: 04/12/2021 19:25:33
Quickstart Rules, 5e C&S I'll be brief: * The quickstart rules are about as clear as mud, poorly written, (redundant, wordy) and, frankly, misrepresented or evaluated by old hats. It's claimed that C&S isn't complicated. My response? Walking isn't complicated either, unless you're learning to walk. An example quote of the sketchy grammar follows (emph. mine) "Each time **Armour** suffers a penetrating hit where the **excess **damage **exceeds **its **armour **absorption,..." p. 15 * At the very least, it's in dire need of a flowchart or the like, esp. for the application of critical rules, like exactly IF and WHEN damage applies, esp. when block/shields are involved. * Example: EXACTLY, step-by-step, how does penetrating armor AND penetration apply? Does the crit damage go directly to each location, just as it does with body, or is that all wrong? Does the crit damage ONLY go to each location IF it penetrates? It. Is. Not. Clear. At. All. * The only reason I'm...

[2 of 5 Stars!]
A Warrior's Soul
by Wayne Y.
Publisher: Mongoose
Date Added: 04/12/2021 18:52:07
A Warrior's Soul Bordering on melodrama (which seems Aslan-appropriate) this tale starts as a duel for honour on the harsh frontier and quickly becomes even more compelling. Similar to Michael J., I would love this as a more fleshed out novel. This story has great potential to lead into a patron encounter as well.

[5 of 5 Stars!]
The Future We Saw
by Tore N.
Publisher: Lost Pages
Date Added: 04/12/2021 15:47:24
The Future We Saw A grim vision of the near future, building on what is already here. The player characters are operatives, not unlike traditional cyberpunk, but there is much focus on the grind of such a life. It is well-written and quite believable.

[5 of 5 Stars!]
Prisoners' Dilemma
by Justin S.
Publisher: Chaosium
Date Added: 04/12/2021 11:19:26
Prisoners' Dilemma I really enjoyed how the authors took a real-life mysterious event and put a Lovecraft spin on it. The artwork is also surprisingly good for a fan-made scenario as it looks like art that Chaosium could have commisioned for any of their official scenarios. While following a linear overall story, the depth of NPC characters allowed for a lot of fun in-scene discussions and conversations along the way. This is my favorite way to play these kinds of scenarios: be provided with interesting characters in an interesting setting and let them come to life as you go rather than having preset dialogue dictate the interactions. The length of the scenario was also great, I would say 3-5 sessions depending on how much the group wants to dive into the details. It's long enough to feel like you have to work towards the conclusion but it doesn't overstay its welcome. I look forward to any more scenarios that this author team decides to write!...

[5 of 5 Stars!]
Ship Book:A2L Far Trader
by Iain C.
Publisher: Moon Toad Publishing
Date Added: 04/12/2021 11:18:35
Ship Book:A2L Far Trader This is an excellent ship design. It is essentially a larger version of the classic Far Trader, suitable for a larger adventuring party but with the same philosophy of free trading adventure on the edges of the law. Just what I need for my Traveller campaign. The deck plans are excellent. Clear, attractive and well thought out, which too few deckplans achieve. I'm quite picky about deckplans, but these are very well done. The three variant versions are obviously helpful in providing you with the right ship for the campaign, but they also feel like they have genuinely been designed as practical variant models based on the same fundamental design. This adds a degree of credibility to the fiction that these are products of a far future shipyard. All in all, highly recommended....

[5 of 5 Stars!]
Cities of Sundara: Moüd (PFRPG)
by Steve B.
Publisher: Azukail Games
Date Added: 04/12/2021 08:11:58
Cities of Sundara: Moüd (PFRPG) From the fiction leading into the text, to the history of the city, its loss and rediscovery... I'm impressed to say the least. Depth of flavour that runs throughout this crunch-lite setting supplement is consistently high quality with more than enough seeds to keep you coming back to Moüd for a very long time.

[5 of 5 Stars!]
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