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Dragons & Treasures: A Young Adventurer's Guide Review
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Dragons & Treasures: A Young Adventurer's Guide is the latest officially licensed D&D book by Jim Zub, with Stacy King and Andrew Wheeler. The series, which has five prior books, makes D&D...
Critical Role: The Mighty Nein – The Nine Eyes of Lucien Review
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Critical Role: The Mighty Nein – The Nine Eyes of Lucien walks a very tricky line. The prior Critical Role novel, Vox Machina – Kith & Kin was easy because it entirely took place before Vox...
Worlds of Design: Spelljammer 2.0
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As a big fan of the old Spelljammer, I really wanted to like the new 5e version. But it doesn’t fix some of the problems of the old version.
Dragon Reflections #61
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Dragon Publishing released Dragon issue 61 in May 1982. It is 84 pages long and has a cover price of $3.00. In this issue, we have new cantrips, new weapons, and a new D&D adventure!
Journeys Through the Radiant Citadel Review Round-Up: What The Critics Said
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I talked about why this was the D&D adventure/setting book I had been wanting for a long time. But did the critics think it was delightful, dreary, or something in between? Let's take a look.
Review – The Midnight World
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The Midnight World is a standalone horror game from Gem and Eye RPG Studios. It was successfully funded on Kickstarter in March 2020 and now it’s out in the wild. Put simply, the Midnight World is...
WITCH: Fated Souls 2e Quickstart, A Halloween Season Review
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This autumn, Elizabeth Chaipraditkul brings her urban fantasy RPG back to tabletop with WITCH: Fated Souls 2e. In WITCH, your character is a Fated, an individual that sold their soul to a demon in...
Review – Human, Almost
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Human… Almost is a new Blades in the Dark variant by our own Egg Embry. Obviously as he’s one of the EN Publishing team we’re a bit biased, but we’d not be doing a review if we didn’t like it. The...
Dragon Reflections #60
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Dragon Publishing released Dragon issue 60 in April 1982. It is 87 pages long and has a cover price of $3.00. In this issue, we have D&D firearms, lots of lore about elves, and The Spawn of Fashan!
Troika!: A Played It Review
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Troika! (Numinous Edition) is all about interesting and usually damaged and possibly deranged people exploring the worlds spread across the hump backed sky selling skill for silver and usually...
D&D Campaign Case: Terrain Review
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While D&D 5E can easily be played theater of the mind style, playing with minis is very popular, so WotC's latest release, the D&D Campaign Case: Terrain provides an alternative to a vinyl battle...
Pirates of the East Isles: A RuneQuest Review
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Pirates of the East Isles Volume I explores the East Isles of Glorantha and builds from RuneQuest: Roleplaying in Glorantha. A land with its own gods and its mythology, the East Isles are home to...
Spelljammer: Adventures in Space Review
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The new Spelljammer: Adventures in Space is the latest 5E revival of a beloved old setting, and one that has intrigued new D&D fans because it promises swashbuckling fantasy adventures in space...
D&D Starter Set: Dragons of Stormwreck Isle Review
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I love almost anything that lowers the bar to entry for new players and grows the base of RPG players. It's one of my passions. Yet I have mixed feelings about this set.
Dragon Reflections #59
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Dragon Publishing released Dragon issue 59 in March 1982. It is 84 pages long and has a cover price of $3.00. In this issue, we have Doom Knights, monster making, and dozens of new poisons!
An In-Depth Review of Journeys Through the Radiant Citadel
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Journeys Through the Radiant Citadel is the latest D&D adventure anthology and like Candlekeep Mysteries, it's overflowing with ideas and inspiration.
Slaying the Dragon: The Secret History of Dungeons & Dragons Review
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Slaying the Dragon: The Secret History of Dungeons & Dragons by Ben Riggs focuses on the creation, rise, and downfall of TSR. It's a compelling, page-turner instead of the boring business book it...
Pathfinder Roleplaying Game for Savage Worlds Adventure Edition: Advanced Player’s Guide, A Review
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When Pinnacle Entertainment and Paizo announced Pathfinder for Savage Worlds (PF/SW), it was that rare perfect crossover, akin to Marvel and DC Comics’ co-publication of the Amalgam Comics...
Talisman Adventures – Tales of the Dungeon Review
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Talisman Adventures Fantasy RPG - Tales of the Dungeon continues exploring the dark fairy tale world of Talisman Adventures Fantasy RPG. As the best supplements do, it both widens and deepens both...
Dragon Reflections #58
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Dragon Publishing released Dragon issue 58 in February 1982. It is 88 pages long and has a cover price of $3.00. In this issue, we have the Spellminders playing aid, a special section on dwarves...

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