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Men & Monsters of Ethiopia: An RPG Sourcebook for 5th Edition
Publisher: Skirmisher Publishing
by Joe G. [Verified Purchaser]
Date Added: 10/06/2020 02:37:52

While a couple of the monsters are a little finnicky to implement, I've worked with a bunch of the creatures in this book and they're great. Heways, debbis, waga and hippos all made their way into my Egyptian/Nubian inspired campaign and I've used the NPCs a lot. Like I said, some of it's a little finnicky, I'm thinking of the debbi who have the potential to really cause some chaos in a fight, becoming functionally unkillable if your party has a run of bad luck (like mine did(. That said, if you read them over and are careful in building encounters, they're a great way of expanding your world away from the standard Tolkeinian fantasy.



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Hit and Run
Publisher: Dungeon Masters Guild
by Joe G. [Verified Purchaser]
Date Added: 08/16/2020 03:12:52

A clever heist adventure set in a well fleshed out city. The three hits are well structured, with interesting areas to explore and NPCs to deal with.  There's enough space here for a beginner DM to run a neat, tight one shot or for an experienced DM to build out a sandbox. Be careful, though. As written, this is an adventure for morally dubious groups. Upstanding citizens will 100% end up way off the track of the adventure and require a good DM with some improv skills to handle.

I might consider running this together with "Here's to Crime", my go to supplement for heist adventures.



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