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DMs Guild Roundup: January/February
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Welcome to the DM Guild Roundup - End of Year / New Year Edition! We have some gems for your treasure boxes today that we think you will get some play out of. Was the holiday season good? Did you...
Playtest Review of the Call of Cthulhu Starter Set
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The Call of Cthulhu Starter Set suggests learning the game by playing a solo adventure, then playing with just one player, and then playing with a full group. If you want to give Call of Cthulhu...
Explore Far Distant Worlds in the Traveller Core Rulebook
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A band of rugged spacefarers gather from far flung backgrounds, some with careers ending in retirement and others with a lifetime’s work ending in disaster. Together they explore unknown planets...
Old-School Essentials and Basic D&D Campaign Building
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In 1981, Basic Dungeons & Dragons by Tom Moldvay released, quickly followed by Expert D&D by David Cook. The Old-School Essentials Rules Tome by Gavin Norman combines both sets of rules along with...
Swords & Sorceries Brings Ancient Myth to Dungeons & Dragons 5E
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On a storm-wracked sea, the ship the Heart of Iron heads for the island of a long-forgotten, long-abandoned temple holding untold treasure left by an extinct people who sacrificed it to placate a...
Shadowrun Cutting Black Sourcebook Review
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Hello everyone, Darryl here to talk about a topic I have trouble shutting up about, Shadowrun. Catalyst Game Labs has been nice enough to provide me with review copies in PDF format of their two...
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...
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.
Space is Not the Only Thing Trying to Kill You in the Alien RPG
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Making a living in space is not easy. Radiation, micro meteors, and no food, air, or water. A mistake can take your life. And mankind is not alone. There are hostile things lurking in the shadows...
Eberron: Rising from the Last War - A Review
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Almost as soon as 5th Edition Dungeons & Dragons launched, vocal fans started asking for Eberron. In multiple surveys it was a top request. In response, Wizards of the Coast released the PDF-only...
Face a Dire Threat in Mutant: Year Zero and Stop the Gray Death
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The Gray Death is a 96 page full color hardcover adventure for Mutant: Year Zero. I was provided a print copy to review. Spoilers about the adventure follow.
Brave Desert Sands to Save a Storyteller in the Scheherazade RPG
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In The One Thousand and One Nights Scheherazade saved her life by telling the Caliph one thousand and one stories, one night at a time. But in this RPG, after the one thousandth night...
Enemy Within Part One: Enemy in Shadows - A Review
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The latest edition of Warhammer Fantasy RPG is built on a charming blend of old-school rules and modern sensibilities, and while Enemy in Shadows certainly does a wonderful job of capturing...
Pathfinder Lost Omens Character Guide: A Review
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Hello again my delightful darlings! We’ve got a special PAIZO NEWS ROUNDUP for y’all today: it’s a review of the Pathfinder Lost Omens Character Guide! It’s our first big crack at new character...
Design Masterclass: 7th Sea
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Anyone who knows me will wonder why it took me so long to get round to what is probably my favorite game of all time. However, I'm sad to say that in this example I'm not going to talk about the...
Robotech: The Macross Saga RPG Review
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It was hard to know what to expect when opening up a Robotech RPG. Would it be a game about giant robots punching each other through space or 80s pop-star drama? Would it be a campy slice of...
Tyranny of Dragons: A Review
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Revising Hoard of the Dragon Queen and Rise of Tiamet into one book, Tyranny of Dragons (which was always the name for the unified adventure) makes sense for the fifth anniversary of Dungeons &...
Design Masterclass: Tails of Equestria
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Yes, you are reading that right, Tails of Equestria, that horse game. I am indeed talking about that game following the adventures of Pinky Pie, Twilight Sparkle and their friends in the magical...
Time Travel for the Future of Mankind in Out of Time
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Travel through time, switch bodies, and solve a series of mysteries to save the world in the Tales from the Loop: Out of Time adventure. For GMs running games in the modern world, an additional...
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...

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