News from Around the Net: 23-SEP-2011 (Sponsored by Escape Velocity Gaming)

Happy Friday!

This has been a long week, but a productive one – at work anyway. This weekend I’ll actually be in Las Vegas, Nevada, for a mini-vacation with some friends of mine from high school, so I can guarantee I won’t be getting much done. But hopefully I’ll be having a good time doing . . . → Read More: News from Around the Net: 23-SEP-2011 (Sponsored by Escape Velocity Gaming)

Supplement Review: Advanced Feats: Might of the Magus by Sigfried Trent and Open Design

Confession time. Though we played through part of the Second Darkness adventure path for the Pathfinder RPG in my last group, I haven’t actually dived into what makes PFRPG so fantastic. To be fair, the giant hardbound book (or huge PDF) scares me a little. It represents not only an investment in money, but an . . . → Read More: Supplement Review: Advanced Feats: Might of the Magus by Sigfried Trent and Open Design

Supplement Review: The Complete Advanced Feats by Sigfried Trent from Open Design

Since late 2010, I’ve reviewed four of the books in Sigfried Trent’s Advanced Feats from Open Design – The Inquisitor’s Edge, Visions of the Oracle, The Cavalier’s Creed, and The Summoner’s Circle. Each book follows the same pattern, offering a set of feats fitting a particular theme and a few character builds showing how some . . . → Read More: Supplement Review: The Complete Advanced Feats by Sigfried Trent from Open Design

News from Around the Net: 1-JUL-2011

What? July already? Will somebody please slow down the year? It’s making too much noise as it zips by!

Now that we are officially halfway through the year, it’s impossible to consider that 2012 and the inevitable “end of the Mayan calendar” apocalypse is but a few months away. Guess that just means I’ll have . . . → Read More: News from Around the Net: 1-JUL-2011

Book Review: Advanced Feats: The Inquisitor’s Edge by Sigfried Trent and Open Design

The Spanish Inquisition. Not a good time to be suspected of anything, whether you voiced doubts about the Catholic Church or political targets of the era. When the Inquisitors came calling on your town, you could expect some pain and suffering before they were through.

I have to say I was a little surprised to . . . → Read More: Book Review: Advanced Feats: The Inquisitor’s Edge by Sigfried Trent and Open Design

Book Review: Visions of the Oracle by Sigfried Trent (Open Design)

What is an oracle? An oracle, whether discussing it in terms of religion or mythology, is a person or group who can tell the future. Sometimes this was through connection to a deity, the cosmos, or some other magical interpretation. The Oracle at Delphi is the one that most often comes to mind, otherwise known . . . → Read More: Book Review: Visions of the Oracle by Sigfried Trent (Open Design)

Book Review: Advanced Feats: The Cavalier’s Creed by Sigfried Trent of Open Design

When I was new to roleplaying and Dungeons & Dragons, I scrimped and saved to pile enough gold together to purchase my books. All of the beautiful TSR books of the mid-1980s were worth it, from the Dungeon Master’s Guide and Player’s Handbook to books like the Monster Manual, Fiend Folio, and Deities and Demigods. . . . → Read More: Book Review: Advanced Feats: The Cavalier’s Creed by Sigfried Trent of Open Design

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