Supplement Review: Midgard Campaign Setting by Wolfgang Baur and the Open Design team, Part 1

Welcome to the first part of the review for the Midgard Campaign Setting book from Wolfgang Baur, Jeff Grub, Brandon Hodge, Christina Stiles, and Dan Voyce from Open Design. That’s right… This will be another multi-part review. There are simply too many parts to this book to handle it in one go without glossing over . . . → Read More: Supplement Review: Midgard Campaign Setting by Wolfgang Baur and the Open Design team, Part 1

Publisher Interview: William C. Pfaff of Escape Velocity Gaming

Way back in May, I was contacted by Bill Pfaff of Escape Velocity Gaming and he asked if I’d review his book – Baba Yaga: Queen of the Wicked Fens. How could I refuse? Baba Yaga managed to leave a lasting impression on me way back when I started playing AD&D 1st Edition, so I . . . → Read More: Publisher Interview: William C. Pfaff of Escape Velocity Gaming

Book Review: City Slices 1: Marketplace Fun by William C. Pfaff from Escape Velocity Gaming

Most towns and cities in fantasy roleplaying game settings are busy hubs of activity. Rarely do people make any coin by sitting on their duffs all day. Instead, people are rushing around collecting raw materials, manufacturing those goods, and then selling them in the marketplace. The nobility are the exception to the rule, spending their . . . → Read More: Book Review: City Slices 1: Marketplace Fun by William C. Pfaff from Escape Velocity Gaming

Book Review: Baba Yaga: Queen of the Wicked Fens by William C. Pfaff and Escape Velocity Gaming

Baba Yaga. Vecna. Mordenkainen. Bigby. Leomund. Tenser. These names might be familiar to you if you have played 1st edition Dungeons & Dragons at some point (or later versions in some cases). Each name reminds me of hours spent scouring dungeons for rare magical items, scrolls, and enemy spell books. As you too might have . . . → Read More: Book Review: Baba Yaga: Queen of the Wicked Fens by William C. Pfaff and Escape Velocity Gaming

Book Review: Tales of the Old Margreve

There is power in the dark. We have known this since childhood. But there’s actually more power in the half-lit darkness of the deep forest where things have trees to hide behind and branches to climb to lay in wait for the next victim. The woods have always provided food and shelter for those daring . . . → Read More: Book Review: Tales of the Old Margreve

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