Sean Hillman

Sean Hillman
Mists of Akuma: Imperial Matchmaker Review
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Welcome back to the Mists of Akuma, an Asian mythology inspired world created by Mike Myler. Mike has written a sandbox mega-adventure that will take players from 3rd level to 12th level. We take a look into the world of intrigue that is Imperial Matchmaker.
Tenarlian: The Longest Night - A Holiday Review
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If you are looking for darker holiday fare, Crumbling Keep Productions has put together the adventure you seek. Take a step in from the cold, friend, and let us speak of Tenarlian: The Longest Night.
DMs Guild Roundup: November 2019
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Welcome to our latest DM Guild Roundup! This is the penultimate edition for 2019; next month will be our year end and holiday special. This month the Guild has changed how things work just a bit, with the Guild Adept and Wizards products lumped in the same category. The advantage to this I think (at least so far) will be a larger pool of items for us to comment on and preview. Enjoy the...
DMs Guild Roundup
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Welcome back to our DM Guild Roundup! October is always the best time to delve into horror and the scary side of the role-playing game. With Halloween around the corner and the barriers between worlds thinning, DMs will be pulling the cobwebs off of their favorite horror rpg material. Do you have a favorite D&D adventure that is horror based, aside from the obvious of course? Mention it in the...
Journeying to Hell & Back Again: A Review
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There are many avenues to get oneself into role-playing games, but one such avenue that is making a come-back is the Solo adventure. Donathin Frye & Keanna Shaw have delivered a splendid example of a solo adventure that is still flexible enough for traditional play should you want it. Interested in going to hell? Well, put on your fire-proof boots and come along.
Dare You Face the Demonplague? A Review
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Have you been missing a level 1-20 epic adventure in your 5E gaming? Well James Introcaso and Johnn Four deliver an experience that is well beyond the typical in The Demonplague. SPOILER SPACE: There may be the tiniest of spoilers ahead (or perhaps not) as it can be hard to talk about an adventure without them. The Long & The Short: Demonplague is a dense and well written campaign, with...
DMs Guild Roundup: Encounters in Avernus and More
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Welcome back to our DMs Guild Roundup! It is almost the holiday season and that means content creators will be putting out Halloween and Christmas adjacent content. If you are one of these creators OR you know one, have them get in contact with us to be included in the DM Guild Roundup or a review of their own!
Con Report: JordanCon from an Insider
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Every April I shed my freelancer disguise for the clothes of a Track Director at what is one of Atlanta’s best conventions, JordanCon. To be honest it's the same black tee shirt and jeans, I just put them in a suitcase and pop on down to the Crowne Plaza® Atlanta Perimeter at Ravinia. Along with the tools to bring the beauty of Science Fiction to what is primarily a Fantasy-focused membership...
Explore Magic and Socio-Political Tension in the Entromancy RPG
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The Entromancy RPG is a Cyberpunk-Fantasy hybrid from designer M.S. Farzan. It is built on a 5E structure, but with additions to the system and the occasional nod to the D20 days. The design team kickstarted the game in 2018 and Entromancy became available in late spring of 2019. Like many games and settings it was inspired by a desire to write a book and so this world of late 21st century San...

Ashley Warren, Uncaged: An Interview

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Uncaged Volume I sprang onto the scene in early March of 2019 and quickly became one of the best selling products on the DMs Guild. We caught up with Ashley Warren, who sparked a small fire that turned into a conflagration of creativity, and asked her a few questions about Uncaged and how it has grown.
Ivan Van Norman Discusses the Future of Altered Carbon
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Altered Carbon is both an award winning novel and a popular Netflix original series. With several notable IPs being grabbed up by RPG designers, it was only a matter of time before someone took the step to snag the rights to Altered Carbon. Ivan Van Norman of Hunters Entertainment took some time to chat with EN World about some details of the Altered Carbon RPG.

DMs Guild Roundup: Dragon Heists & Planeswalkers

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February and March have brought us some great new titles to explore! This includes a new Guild Adept title and a couple of small press Guild products to enhance your campaigns.

The Zine Quest Work Has Just Begun

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If you have been following along, then you will be glad to know that we have been busy covering Zine Quest. In this article, we talk to some of the creators who are launching zines through Kickstarter’s Zine Quest initiative. Let’s talk to these creative people to discover what prompted them to create their zine.

Winter is Here! How Are You Going to Play It?

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Waiting for Winds of Winter to come out? Does the winter weather give you more inspiration to run your games? Eagerly anticipating the last season of Game of Thrones? Sounds like the perfect time to start an A Song of Ice & Fire (ASOIAF) or Game of Thrones campaign! However, with the license expired in 2017 for Green Ronin’s A Song of Ice & Fire, what system options are available for players?

Bad Guys Have Adventures Too

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Playing the bad guy can be fun and having the whole party join in can be a great time. But how can this be applied to adventure design? With a bit of forethought and focus, an enjoyable adventure sending scoundrels on an errand for a dark lord can be woven from the threads of heroic adventure.
DMs Guild January: New Beginnings
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A new year and it is time for new campaigns and challenges for your players. The DM Guild is full of new ideas, creators, as well as creations, and shows no sign of slowing down. We are also changing up the format a bit for 2019 to improve the coverage of the DM Guild for players, game masters, and content creators.

Kickstarter, RPG Zine Quest, and Luke "Burning Wheel" Crane

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Kickstarter’s February initiative, Zine Quest, promises to feature a variety of RPG zines to crowdfund. Since its announcement, we’ve been gathering requirements, talking to publishers about the projects they’ve planned for February, and written the first in a series of articles to raise awareness. To that end, we spoke with the project’s originator, Luke Crane, Head of Games @Kickstarter and owner of the Burning Wheel, a tabletop gaming publisher responsible for the Mouse Guard RPG, Dungeon World, and, of course, Burning Wheel. We asked Luke a variety of questions about the initiative and what he hopes to accomplish with the project.

Training for the End Times: An Outbreak Undead 2nd Edition Review

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Sure you may have seen all the films and watched the shows and maybe even played the games, but has any of that prepared you for the time when the undead come for your brains? No worry friend, Renegade Game Studio and Hunters Entertainment have you covered.

New Beginnings: Red Sky at Night

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In 1992 I sat down at a table with my green and yellow d10s to play Runequest. That moment began my second age of role playing and my love has continued to this day. With the release of Runequest: Glorantha I am ready to run my first RQ game in many years and I plan on running the game from the Empire’s point of view. You see, 27 years ago my first RQ character was a Lunar soldier and that has defined my view of Glorantha ever since.

Get Some Cards for Your Spokes: A Kids on Bikes Review

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On first instinct I was going to make a Stranger Things reference and link game and show in a rather obvious way. Then I got to reading in depth Kids On Bikes from Renegade Game Studios and I knew that would be too simplistic. So grab your BMX and let’s take a little ride down to the spooky side of town.

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