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The Quest for the Dragon Crown
Publisher: Amazing Tales
by DANIEL S. D. A. [Verified Purchaser]
Date Added: 12/31/2020 21:39:40

I love this adventure! Just went though with my two daughters (5 and a half year old) and they are loving it so much. They just solved the puzzle (with help of Mommy, that loved it too). Cannot recommend it enought.



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Cat's Meow: A One Page Adventure for 13th Age
Publisher: High Level Games
by DANIEL S. [Verified Purchaser]
Date Added: 08/15/2017 11:25:49

Let's get this out the way: the "adventure" is not really an adventure, it is a simplistic encounter of "you found this thing, kill it". With that said, the creature itself is nice, and I would totally use it in my campaign. The race presented (Chatoulim) is actually the best part of this PDF: if I was the author, I'd scrap the adventure, add a few more stat blocks and sell this as a new race/monster for a 5 star product. Nevertheless, it is worth the dollar in my opinion! :)



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Adventures in Middle-earth Player's Guide
Publisher: Cubicle 7 Entertainment Ltd.
by A customer [Verified Purchaser]
Date Added: 09/08/2016 13:13:31

I think AiME is a great product. Not only it inherited all the great art from The One Ring (John Howe, along with Jon Hodgson and Tomasz Jedruszek), but also created great new rules and system to bring the feeling of Middle-Earth to the 5th edition of D&D. Most of the presented abilities, feats and even skills have additional narrative focus. In my oppinion, it brings the narrative verve of 13th age to the 5th edition, with a dark tone. This dark tone comes from the corruption aspect of Tolkien universe, where characters fades into a bitter end.

I'll recommend this to anyone that either wants to run a Middle-Earth campaign but rather keep using the familiar rules or disliked the rules from The One Ring; or you want to add the additional classes and rules for Journeys, Corruption, Audiences and Fellowship Phase, which are all very interesting. I also wrote a short review in Portuguese on my blog.



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