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This one was at RPG Now. Rated 3 of 5 stars. Valid criticisms. ::sigh:: Best damning with faint praise my art has yet received: “On the whole the presence of the images wasn’t much of a distraction.” ::Edit:: And a … Continue reading
Check out this awesome review by Erik Jensen of Wampus Country!
I highly recommend Ambition & Avarice by Chubby Funster. Overall Impressions A hallmark of the system is that it explains enough to clarify its intent, but it stops well short of being verbose. Frequent subheadings and colored text for important … Continue reading
I talk about Dyson Logos on this blog a LOT. If you want to see how much, put “Dyson” in my blog’s search and see what comes up. I have used his maps for literally dozens of sessions, across many … Continue reading
I love it! This .pdf costs $3 and is well worth the expense. Inside you get the layout of the monastery, crisp and clear, with words instead of a numeric key. Also, the text description of the areas of a … Continue reading
Review of Advanced Adventures #15: Stonesky Delve This module impressed me with its clarity, creativity, and boldness. The highlight of the adventure is the caving section, which has a top-down and a profile map on the same scale next to … Continue reading