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I stumbled across this RPG in a discussion about a friend wanting to start a new campaign that wasn’t Pathfinder or D&D 4e. He asked for suggestions for other systems and someone suggested this one. It was described as a combination of all that was good about 3rd edition OGL mashed together ...
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John Watts and his group of friends are diehard Traveller fans and when Mongoose Publishing put out their edition of the classic version, Gypsy Knights Games arose from that group with a whole slew of material for the Traveller fan. 21 Plots is just one small part of the extensive product library.
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Roll20.net is a virtual tabletop that will allow you to play games with your friends from the comfort of your own computer at home. The web-based interface removes many of the connection issues of other virtual tabletops, like getting everyone connected without having to reconfigure your ...
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Old school rises up again in a new release by 3Hombres Games. Dark Conspiracy is an old game once published in 1991 by the now defunct Game Designers' Workshop, and has floated around in different hands since GDW's demise in 1996. A second edition was published which updated the rules and a ...
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Fading Suns: d20 Roleplaying Game Rulebook is a new Role Playing Game Core Book from Holistic Design. I have already expressed my passion for this game setting in my review of the Fading Suns Role Playing Game Core Rulebook, but simply said, this is my favorite setting of all time. Every ...
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The Day After Ragnarok is an interesting setting book that takes the absurdity of the mythological occurrences of Ragnarok and makes them happen in a world torn by World War II. It takes the question we all like to ask ... "what if ...?" ... to an extreme.
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Stunning Eldritch Tales is a new Trail of Cthulhu RPG Adventure supplement from Pelgrane Press. Stunning Eldritch Tales is your basic scenario book for Trail of Cthulhu. It contains a collection of four adventures written by Robin D Laws.
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Monsters and Other Childish Things (The Completely Monstrous Edition) (Monsters) is a interesting little "indie" roleplaying game with a very interesting premise. It is like cross between Monsters, Inc. and Pokemon, in some ways. You play normal children with family, lives, friends and ...
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One of the most enduring role playing game subjects is, of course, the Cthulhu mythos. Associate your game concept with anything related to H.P. Lovecraft, and you are almost guaranteed a success. Trail of Cthulhu (ToC) by Pelgrane Press came out of nowhere and won Silver Ennies for Best ...
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Some time ago, I reviewed Horror Rules, which is an outstanding product. Since then, Crucifiction Games has released several expansions, one of which is Ghostowns & Gunsmoke (G&G) - their western horror setting book. It is available in both PDF and softback book.
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