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Dead Cabin
by Clay S.
Publisher: Micro RPG
Date Added: 11/26/2020 14:17:17
Dead Cabin I really like roll n writes, so of course i would give this a play through. Not to complex. i think i got this one when it was a pay product. it was worth the purchase for an afternoon disraction in my motel room. Not sure i would play it again but only because Micro RPG has some better roll n writes but i did enjoy

Rating:
[4 of 5 Stars!]
Andon Pagoda
by Vicky R.
Publisher: Half Sheet Games
Date Added: 11/26/2020 09:58:50
Andon Pagoda If you want something quick to deploy as a one shot and you're looking for an eastern flavor, pick this up. I sometimes have a problem of forming a cohesive idea in my head and this gave me just enough details to inspire more ideas. I added my own tweaks here and there and let the players loose in the pagoda. I ran this on Roll20 on a Monday night it was perfect for a weeknight game if you only have a couple hours to spare. There is even a roll table included with weapons and items that are flavored to the module. It is worth it along for the cool artwork!...

Rating:
[5 of 5 Stars!]
The Fragile Path: Testaments of the First Cabal
by Yui F.
Publisher: White Wolf
Date Added: 11/26/2020 09:13:35
The Fragile Path: Testaments of the First Cabal absolutely essential for any mage player or ST to understand the mood & themes of mage, this is practically the game's bible.

Rating:
[5 of 5 Stars!]
Solo Roleplaying - A brief introduction
by Justin d. S.
Publisher: Little Dreamer
Date Added: 11/26/2020 07:53:01
Solo Roleplaying - A brief introduction Quick, short read... and nicely put together. I went into it not really having much idea about solo RPGing, and came out feeling like I was off to a good understanding/foundation. Thanks.

Rating:
[5 of 5 Stars!]
Steel Fort
by Tero O.
Publisher: DramaScape
Date Added: 11/26/2020 05:34:59
Steel Fort Only one map, and no real larger use in VTT. Sad but true.

Rating:
[2 of 5 Stars!]
CCC-GSP01-01 A Dragon's Breath
by Miles S. I.
Publisher: Dungeon Masters Guild
Date Added: 11/26/2020 01:04:55
CCC-GSP01-01 A Dragon's Breath # **A TIER 1 ADVENTURE THAT IS EPIC ON SO MANY LEVELS!** I always avoided running this because of great reviews surrounding it so I decided to wait for a chance to play it. But alas, that chance never came. I decided to run it instead for a group of fine adventurers today and I was blown away. They were blown away. We all were blown away. Not many advetnures can feel this epic. Thank you Paul Gabat. Please keep up the good work and looking forward to more!

Rating:
[5 of 5 Stars!]
The Dark Eye - The White Lake (Theater Knights I)
by Pelle A.
Publisher: Ulisses Spiele
Date Added: 11/25/2020 22:17:33
The Dark Eye - The White Lake (Theater Knights I) Interesting setting with some new gaming ideas. Not for the new GM… The rule system is complicated and fun. Obviously, a lot of information behind the whole world and the state of Bornland this year. I get the feeling that someone is living this world and telling the story. As a GM new to the world the dreamy description is not helping. Would have been useful for the GM to have a few paragraphs on what is going on in the south – why the nobles are gathering for war. My players did not follow the runaway slaves and I had a hard time persuading them not to kill Jaruslav when they first met him. They left he adventure halfway to go home to Festum. The storyline is thin. The material is not well structured. Plot info is sometimes in sidebars, stat blocks, or located at random in the adventure. If I’m not spending a few hours to prepare for each session, I spend half the time flipping back and forth finding bits of information. Excessive descriptions of NPCs: love/hate cheese, need new ...

Rating:
[3 of 5 Stars!]
Cyberpunk RED
by Joris F.
Publisher: R. Talsorian Games Inc.
Date Added: 11/25/2020 19:57:09
Cyberpunk RED The first time I regret that drivethru is not offering refunds. I hope you like unhelpful lore, frequent repetitions and infos on a single topic scattered accross a hundred pages.

Rating:
[2 of 5 Stars!]
Thieves' Guild Built in the Subterranean Ruin of [Insert Generic Anthropomorphic Urban Rodent God Your Choice]'s Temple
by Michael H.
Publisher: U.H.H.H. Games
Date Added: 11/25/2020 19:44:32
Thieves' Guild Built in the Subterranean Ruin of [Insert Generic Anthropomorphic Urban Rodent God Your Choice]'s Temple I am jaded gamer. It is rare that I sit down and read something straight through, I mean so rare it that is basically doesn't happen, but this module pulled me in and kept me entertained, even laughing out loud at times, but also inspired. To a large degree this is what I want my D&D to be like. This isn't slapstick or comedy, but *just having fun with it* is a missing element in a lot of gaming nowadays, at least on the writing end. And in my experience, that's what we're all really here for, and what gaming always gravitates towards. This module delivers that. Now, humor is definitely a matter of taste. I've seen "funny" gaming materials that had me rolling my eyes and not laughing, or of the sort that I'd never use them at the table. Things like pop culture references, puns, "edgy" political humor, or just stuff that has me scratching my head. This module is not like that. The humor is classic fantasy and gaming tropes, characte...

Rating:
[5 of 5 Stars!]
The Adventure Crafter Deck
by Sean C.
Publisher: Word Mill
Date Added: 11/25/2020 17:41:04
The Adventure Crafter Deck These cards are based off the original book, but are far superior. The original book was a great tool, but one of the big problems was that it was too slow to use the table system. Great for prep, but horrible for on the fly building of stories. With the card system, it is a lot faster to make stories on the fly. I strongly suggest that instead of using the small theme deck. Just to write out numbers and pick the themes you want. This way you can remove themes or even have double/triple themed adventures. Pros: * Quickly build stories and plot points * Easier to user than the book * Compact * Allows you to generate characters Cons: * Instructions do a bad job of explaining how to integrate with the Mythic Deck and basically tell you to read the book * You still need the PDF instructions to explain more details from the short event/plot description * The PDF instructions are missing many of the details the Adventure Crafter book has * Character generation is shallow compared to GameM...

Rating:
[5 of 5 Stars!]
Capes & Cowls
by Yeagleman, J.
Publisher: Newcastle Games
Date Added: 11/25/2020 16:32:46
Capes & Cowls I love playing this game with my kids because they love playing this game. One time we saved our city by helping the villain (ice powers) start an ice cream business. Its a playground for imaginations, with logical steps small small enough for a 5 year old to scale with a helping hand and action-sequence slides big enough to thrill an adult. I highly recommend it.

Rating:
[5 of 5 Stars!]
Warhammer Fantasy Roleplay Fourth Edition Starter Set
by Gervasio L.
Publisher: Cubicle 7 Entertainment Ltd.
Date Added: 11/25/2020 15:26:25
Warhammer Fantasy Roleplay Fourth Edition Starter Set The Starter Set is the most worthy product Cubicle 7 has released for Warhammer Fantasy Roleplay so far. In it, on top of having an intro designed both for new roleplayers and people new to Warhammer or this system, it includes a massive ammount of source material fleshing out the City of Ubersreik, and most of them work as nodes for intertwining with other material that has been released too. Add a couple of astonishing looking d100 dice, and you just can't avoid this product. PS: The box doubles down as a mini GM Screen, and once you get the actual GM Screen product, it fits perfectly in the Starter Set box....

Rating:
[5 of 5 Stars!]
Warhammer Fantasy Roleplay Fourth Edition Rulebook
by Gervasio L.
Publisher: Cubicle 7 Entertainment Ltd.
Date Added: 11/25/2020 15:22:59
Warhammer Fantasy Roleplay Fourth Edition Rulebook I haven't played the previous editions of this game, but I do come from Blood Bowl and Warhammer Fantasy Battles, and I have 18 years experience as a Game Master, and I must say that this is the best RPG I've ever play. If you love the Warhammer Fantasy World, or grim dark fantasy in general (be it Dark Sun, Ravenloft or Cthulhu), you will love this game. It has just the ammount of comedy that grim dark needs, like when you add a sprinkle of salt over a good bitter chocolate.

Rating:
[5 of 5 Stars!]
WFRP Ubersreik Adventures - Guilty Party
by Gervasio L.
Publisher: Cubicle 7 Entertainment Ltd.
Date Added: 11/25/2020 15:19:53
WFRP Ubersreik Adventures - Guilty Party I found this module to be kind of lacking. It was announced as a perfect segway between your Ubersreik action (be it Starter Set, UAs or Rough Nights) and Enemy in Shadows, but in order to use it in this way and actually having fun on the way, it requires a lot of tweaking. If you're buying it bundled with the other modules in UAs2, go ahead, but if you plan to get it just to link your Ubersreik campaign with Enemy in Shadows, use the hooks suggested in the Companion instead. It does flesh out the region between Ubersreik and Altdorf a bit though, which is nice....

Rating:
[3 of 5 Stars!]
WFRP Ubersreik Adventures
by Gervasio L.
Publisher: Cubicle 7 Entertainment Ltd.
Date Added: 11/25/2020 15:16:11
WFRP Ubersreik Adventures I've already made reviews for the modules contained in this bundle individually, but let me just tell you that this is great content which has a huge synergy with the Starter Set. The actual book also includes ways to intertwine each adventure with other releases, which I don't think is included if you buy the modules separately or bundled (but I can't confirm this).

Rating:
[5 of 5 Stars!]
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