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  1. delericho

    D&D 5E Greyhawk and Dragonlance on DM's Guild

    I've just noticed that Greyhawk and Dragonlance are now listed among the settings available for DM's Guild content, although neither actually has any products available yet. Is this new, or have I just been out of the loop?
  2. delericho

    D&D 5E Legacy of Fire to 5e Conversion?

    I'm currently about three-quarters of the way through "Storm King's Thunder", and for my next campaign I was probably going to run the old Pathfinder/3e path "Legacy of Fire" (converted to 5e). But before I began the task of converting the six adventures in question I thought it wise to ask...
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    Strange Aeons Adventure Path

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    Tome of Beasts

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    Ghosts in the Black

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    [Oct 2016] What Are You Reading?

    A new month, so the usual thread... I'm currently 83 pages into "Storm King's Thunder", which thus far is a decent setting guide but a poor adventure. But it may well improve - there's a long way to go yet. The other books on the slate for this month are "The Thrushmoor Terror" (for...
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    Not able to enter reviews

    So I figured I'd restore my reviews that were lost in the crash. And adding "Hell's Vengeance" was easy enough. However, when I came to actually add a review, I found that although the Rating box and the Headline box were fine, the box for the actual review was missing. Which, amongst other...
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    Hell's Vengeance Adventure Path

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    Captain America: Civil War (spoilers)

    Following their usual pattern, Marvel have released their latest film in the UK a little ahead of the US general release (well, according to IMDB), and I went to see it last night. Yeah, it's great. I particularly liked the way that there wasn't a clear 'right' side here - both Tony and Steve...
  10. delericho

    A Picture for "Hell's Rebels"

    The Review It! entry for the Hell's Rebels Adventure Path doesn't have an image, possibly due to it not being available when the entry was added. Not being the OP, I can't edit it to add one, hence this thread. May I suggest: http://static3.paizo.com/image/product/catalog/PZO/PZO9097.jpg as the...
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    [March 2016]: What are you reading?

    Another thread for another month... I'm currently reading "Trigger Warning", the third short story collection from Neil Gaiman. I'm very much enjoying it - I just wish he'd write a little more prolifically! Next up will be "Brideshead Revisited" by Evelyn Waugh.
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    [Feb 2016] What Are You Reading?

    A new month is upon us, so time for a new thread. I'm currently reading Pathfinder #101, "The Kintargo Contract", by Jim Groves. Next up will be "The Shepherd's Crown" by Terry Pratchett, and then "Shada", the Doctor Who story originally by Douglas Adams (but novelised by Gareth Roberts).
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    [Dec 2015] What Are You Reading?

    So, for the last time this year, what are you reading? Anything interesting? And particular recommendations? Or, indeed, anything we should definitely avoid? :) I'm currently reading "The Frood" by Jem Roberts - an authorised biography of Douglas Adams with heavy focus on the "Hitchhiker's...
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    [Nov 2015] What Are You Reading

    Another month gone, another thread... I finished both "Louise de la Valliere" and also the latest Pathfinder AP just before the end of October, so I'm actually between books. I'll be starting "One Hundred Years of Solitude" by Gabriel Garcia Marquez later today. After that, I'll be reading "The...
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    [Oct 2015] What Are You Reading?

    October already? Where is 2015 going? Anyway, it's the usual thread: what are you currently reading? What are you reading next? And have you read anything interesting recently? I'm now just about finished "Memoirs of a Geisha" by Arthur Golden, and also "Turn of the Torrent" (the latest...
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    Problem adding product for review

    I've been trying to add the Firefly RPG product "Ghosts in the Black" for review, but when I fill out the product details I am told that the product already exists. Problem is that I can't seem to find it anywhere in the Reviews Index, whether I search by name, publisher, or whatever. I...
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    [Sept 2015] What Are You Reading?

    I've just started "Crime and Punishment", by Dostoevsky. Thus far, there hasn't been much of either. Next up will be "Memoirs of a Geisha", I think. I've just finished reading "Ghosts in the Black" for the Firefly RPG. I'm now all caught up on my RPG reading - the next will be "Out of the...
  18. delericho

    [August 2015] What Are You Reading?

    Another month, another thread. So, what are you reading this month - and is it any good? I'm currently getting caught up on reading Pathfinder - I finished "Anvil of Fire" this afternoon, and will proceed directly into the final volume in Giantslayer: "Shadow of the Storm Tyrant". I've been...
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    [July 2015] What Are You Reading?

    By marginal* demand, here is the new thread for the new month! *One person expressed a preference, which was for monthly threads, so... Last month was a poor month for me - I started boldly with the DMG and a Pathfinder Tale, and then got bogged down in "Middlemarch", which I didn't finish. I...
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    [June 2015] What are you reading?

    I'm currently 57 pages into the 5e DMG, which continues to impress. I expect to have that done some time late this month. I'm also about a quarter of the way through the latest Pathfinder Tale, "Forge of Ashes" by Josh Vogt. It's very much like most others in the series - a decent enough read...