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Rob Wieland


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Critical Role: Call of the Netherdeep

2 Classic Settings

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Revised Core Rulebooks
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Rob Wieland

Rob Wieland

The Black Hack Boxed Set Offers (Almost) Everything You Need For An Excellent Hexcrawl
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The lure of the boxed set is fairly clear. Everything you need to play the game all in one tidy package. This idea has evolved over the decades but I would be lying if I didn’t still enjoy...
Mutants In The Now Brings A Fresh Look At Other Strangeness
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Licensed RPGs are the shooting stars of tabletop roleplaying games. They burn brightly, hopefully beautifully and then are lost to history once the license ends. Many live on in the library...
New Playsets Aim To Make Your Next Game Night A Fiasco
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Fiasco is one of my go-to choices when a friend that’s never played a role playing game asks me about trying one. It’s a simple, clear setup with easy mechanics that plays in two hours or less. It...
I Wonder Wonder Wonder Who, Who Wrote The Book of Nod Review
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In 1993, The Book of Nod appeared on gaming store shelves around the world. It came just as Vampire: The Masquerade’s hardcover Second Edition was truly exploding into popularity. It shed light on...
Weird Frontiers Takes DCC West
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It’s been a good year for fans of Weird Westerns. Deadlands came out with a brand new edition updated to the latest Savage Worlds rules set and a new campaign to take players from novice...
Achtung Cthulhu 2d20 Makes World War II Even Weirder
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Modiphius comes full circle with the release of Achtung! Cthulhu 2d20. The company established itself with the Achtung! Cthulhu Kickstarter in 2013. The game was originally released with Call of...
My Five Favorite Things From Strixhaven: Curriculum of Chaos
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I don’t play Magic: The Gathering but have enjoyed the sourcebooks that they’ve done for Dungeons & Dragons, from the initial Plane Shift PDFs to the current slate of physical books. They are “new...
Cyberpunk Red: One Year Later
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Of the two big releases in the Cyberpunk setting late last year, the tabletop one seems to have had the better time of it. Cyberpunk Red sparked some nostalgia in old players while introducing a...
Sabbat: The Black Hand Shows How The World of Darkness Continues To Change
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When Vampire: The Masquerade Fifth Edition made sweeping changes to the setting on its release, the sect of the Sabbat were swept right off the table. The political focus reshifted to a struggle...
GameHole Con Is My Favorite Convention
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Yes, it’s a terrible name for a convention. The organizers will be the first to admit it. The name comes from the organizers’ name for their game space. That game space, much like the...
Time For Some Star Trek Adventures In The Shackleton Expanse
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One of the strengths of the Star Trek Adventures line is the robust adventure support. Between the two published episode collections, the short starter box campaign, the individual PDF stories...
Call of Cthulhu Celebrates 40 Years of Madness and Mystery With A Deluxe Edition
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Forty years may be the blink of an eye to a Great Old One but for the tabletop games industry it’s the sign of an institution. Call of Cthulhu arrived on the scene in 1981 introducing games to the...
Count On The Troubleshooters For Heists and Hijinx
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Comic books have never been just superheroes. Like any media they’ve explored all sorts of genres from romance to crime to fantasy. Comics like Yoko Tsuno and Tintin, for example, offer worlds...
Marines, We Are Reading! (An ALIEN Colonial Marines Operations Manual Review)
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The first question nearly every fan asked after the release of Free League’s ALIEN RPG two years ago was “Colonial Marines book when?” It’s an understatement to say that Colonial Marines...
My Five Favorite Things From Fizban’s Treasury of Dragons
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Even though the release of Fizban’s Treasury of Dragons has been slightly delayed by the ongoing shipocalypse, Wizards of the Coast still got preview copies out on time. What did I enjoy most on...
Asunder Brings Primal Flavor To Tabletop Fantasy
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Most fantasy RPGs lean into the medievalism of Lord of The Rings, a handful throw things farther back to Iron Age fantasy that mimics the other big influence on fantasy RPGs; Robert Howard’s Conan...
Find Powerful Reinforcements For Soulbound In Champions of Order
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One of the true joys I’ve discovered over the past year is Warhammer: Age Of Sigmar: Soulbound. It’s the RPG adaptation of Games Workshop’s Warhammer setting. If you see Warhammer and immediately...
Hearts of Wulin Is A Soaring Swashbuckler
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When Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon came out twenty years ago, it exposed a new audience to a new side of the wuxia genre. There were plenty of western fans of the exquisite fight sequences, but...
Rise Of The Drow is Three Good D&D Books In One
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There are a lot of solid campaigns out for Fifth Edition Dungeons and Dragons. Wizards of the Coast’s strategy of one new campaign a year seems to be working for them. By focusing on campaigns...
My Five Favorite Things From The Wild Beyond The Witchlight
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This month begins one of the busiest periods in the history of Dungeons & Dragons Fifth Edition. We’re getting three months of back to back to back releases, starting with The Wild Beyond The...

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