Magazine Review: Adventure Quarterly, Issue #2 from Rite Publishing

Paizo proved years ago that there’s still life in the D&D 3.5e system when they published the Pathfinder Roleplaying Game. So it’s only fitting that other publishers continue to support Paizo’s efforts, continuing to breathe life into one of the most popular role-playing games of today. Rite Publishing has been right there in the mix, . . . → Read More: Magazine Review: Adventure Quarterly, Issue #2 from Rite Publishing

Adventure Review: Frozen Wind (PFRPG) by Jonathan McAnulty from Rite Publishing

When I read the first couple of adventures of the Curse of the Golden Spear adventure trilogy set in Kaidan from Jonathan McAnulty and Rite Publishing, I was blown away. I remember the first time I saw the Oriental Adventures book for AD&D in 1985 and was fascinated by the world of Kara-Tur. And last . . . → Read More: Adventure Review: Frozen Wind (PFRPG) by Jonathan McAnulty from Rite Publishing

News from Around the Net: 21-OCT-2011 (Sponsored by Escape Velocity Gaming)

Somehow with the Libyans finally catching Moammar Gadhafi I’m contemplating monsters this week. Sometimes it’s not the biggest, baddest creatures who are the scary ones. It can just as easily be the humans with power mad schemes and insane ambition who are the scariest. That said, if Gadhafi had a pet dragon and flew around . . . → Read More: News from Around the Net: 21-OCT-2011 (Sponsored by Escape Velocity Gaming)

Book Review: Dim Spirit – Curse of the Golden Spear: Part 2 by Jonathan McAnulty and Rite Publishing

In any trilogy, I’ve found that regardless of whether the first part and the third part are spectacular, the middle has to hold up its part of the bargain. Kind of like a soufflé now that I think about it. Even if the outside of the soufflé is perfect and the slightest thing goes wrong, . . . → Read More: Book Review: Dim Spirit – Curse of the Golden Spear: Part 2 by Jonathan McAnulty and Rite Publishing

Book Review: The Gift: Curse of the Golden Spear Part 1 by Jonathan McAnulty and Rite Publishing

Pre-packaged adventures for roleplaying games have always been a bit hit or miss for me over the years. Creative GMs have often taken maps, encounters, or concepts and used them for their own ends in their campaigns. But the railroading aspects of most modules have always deterred me from most of them. Sure, they may . . . → Read More: Book Review: The Gift: Curse of the Golden Spear Part 1 by Jonathan McAnulty and Rite Publishing

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