Posts Tagged ‘Fantasy’

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Pathfinder: Ultimate Equipment is a new RPG Supplement from Paizo Publishing. I chose to do this review a little differently. I wanted to get a wide range of opinions on the voluminous book and so I let several of my gaming group borrow the book and write a short review on it. So this review ...
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Having reviewed a variety of science fiction films, I felt that I should try to watch some other genres. Fantasy was the next obvious route, but as we all know, Hollywood has a real bad history with fantasy. Only recently with movies like the Lords of the Rings trilogy and the Hobbit trilogy, ...
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Talisman: The City is a new Board Game Expansion from Fantasy Flight Games. Talisman City was one of the classic expansions put out for 2nd edition back in the day. Originally it had some very innovative additions to Talisman and we always played the game with it. When I saw this expansion ...
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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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When Fantasy Flight Games (FFG) took over the Talisman license back in 2008, I was more than excited. Being a fan of the game since the 1990s, I was really looking forward to seeing how FFG can improve the game. 2008 was the first year I got to go to GenCon and while there I talked to some of ...
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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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