Supplement Review: Caves & Caverns (PFRPG) by Creighton Broadhurst and David Posener from Raging Swan Press

Just about every fantasy campaign I’ve ever played in has involved a cave system or cavern at one time or another. And though I’m a fan of dungeons, I really like it when there’s more of a natural element to them. The “Five Room Dungeon” technique I first learned about in Johnn Four’s Roleplaying Tips . . . → Read More: Supplement Review: Caves & Caverns (PFRPG) by Creighton Broadhurst and David Posener from Raging Swan Press

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

Supplement Review: Divine Favor: The Cleric by Stefan Styrsky from Open Design

Open Design‘s Divine Favor series has done a good job of presenting some interesting options to player characters (PCs) using the Pathfinder Roleplaying Game. Many of their options revolve around classic traits of traditional classes and Divine Favor: The Cleric continues in that vein. Some of the ideas come from classic myths and literature and . . . → Read More: Supplement Review: Divine Favor: The Cleric by Stefan Styrsky from Open Design

Tools Review: Dingle’s Games Generators

It could be said that I’m a sucker for a random generator. But over the years, through trial, error, and trying my own hand at various tools, I’ve come to realize that not all generators are equal. That hasn’t stopped me from checking out new tools as they come to my attention.

That said, when . . . → Read More: Tools Review: Dingle’s Games Generators

Adventure Review: Thanegar’s Horde by Andrew J. Martin and Raging Swan Press

Bandits are one of the main forms of entertainment funding opportunities causes for the employment of adventurers. “Help! Our village has been attacked by bandits!” “Please rescue my son/daughter/girlfriend from the bandits who ransacked our home!” “Can you go find this priceless family heirloom that was taken by the bandits who robbed our town?”

As . . . → Read More: Adventure Review: Thanegar’s Horde by Andrew J. Martin and Raging Swan Press

Supplement Review: Divine Favor: The Druid by Stefen Styrsky from Open Design

Druids. I tried to play one in the last D&D 3.5e campaign I was in, but it never clicked with me. I couldn’t shake the feeling that a druid should be more of a solitary “keeper of the grove” kind of character for some reason.

But recently I was introduced to the Iron Druid series . . . → Read More: Supplement Review: Divine Favor: The Druid by Stefen Styrsky from Open Design

Adventure Review: Bandits of the Rampant Horror by David Posener from Raging Swan Press

Words have power. Horror is a strange one however. It denotes many different concepts. Horror might refer to a feeling of fright or something causing such a feeling. It also manages to encapsulate an entire genre of work in books, movies, and television. But what horror actually *is* differs wildly from person to person. Some . . . → Read More: Adventure Review: Bandits of the Rampant Horror by David Posener from Raging Swan Press

The Gassy Gnoll: Zombie Horde Edition

You’d never guess that The Gassy Gnoll is a zombie fan, but he is. Ever since he discovered the shambling, stumbling, biting, clawing undead beasts animated by magic, virus, or technology, he knew that zombies were one of the ultimate answers even if we’d quickly forgotten what the question was. (The question may have been: . . . → Read More: The Gassy Gnoll: Zombie Horde Edition

Adventure Review: The Breaking of Forstor Nagar by Ben McFarland from Rite Publishing

What’s the scariest thing you can think of? As gamers and fans of the popular media (books, television, movies) I feel that we often get a bit immune to the usual creatures and monsters that populate these bastions of imagination. But for me, one thing never ceases to scare the crap out of me… the . . . → Read More: Adventure Review: The Breaking of Forstor Nagar by Ben McFarland from Rite Publishing

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)

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