Supplement Review: Storm Bunny Studios Presents: The Ghost of Ashenwood Road by Jaye Sonia

Though I’m a fan of huge books detailing settings to the Nth degree, I’m also a fan of small supplements that offer juicy tidbits that can easily be dropped into any campaign. One of these cool little tidbits comes from Jaye Sonia and the crew at Storm Bunny Studios – The Ghost of Ashenwood Road. . . . → Read More: Supplement Review: Storm Bunny Studios Presents: The Ghost of Ashenwood Road by Jaye Sonia

Supplement Review: Hamlet on a Page: Millburg by David L. Woodrum, Jr. and Fishwife Games

You know the moment when you see a great product, slap your head, and wonder why you didn’t come up with the idea first? That’s kind of how I feel about the new Hamlet on a Page product line from Fishwife Games. Simply brilliant.

When I was GMing frequently, I would run into a situation . . . → Read More: Supplement Review: Hamlet on a Page: Millburg by David L. Woodrum, Jr. and Fishwife Games

Supplement Review: Deities & Demigods (1e)

Once upon a time I was 12 years old and started playing Dungeons & Dragons First Edition with my friends from junior high school. Many weekends between 1982 and 1985, Bob, Jayson, Dwight, Sean, and I could be found wiling away a Saturday afternoon by conquering fantastic lands and defeating horrific creatures – all in . . . → Read More: Supplement Review: Deities & Demigods (1e)

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

Supplement Review: Dungeon Dressing: Corpses by David Posener from Raging Swan Press

Ever since I started playing D&D back in 1982, it has seemed that dungeons are full of dead bodies. Some of the bodies have been there a long time. Others are fresh. Regardless, the laws of decomposition still hold true whether a group of players is playing as part of a CSI-based modern world or . . . → Read More: Supplement Review: Dungeon Dressing: Corpses by David Posener from Raging Swan Press

Book Review: The GM’s Field Guide to Players by Cherie “Jade” Arbuckle from rpgGM.COM

As a gamer with 30 years of experience both playing and running RPGs, I’ve had my share of disagreements both at and away from the game table. Sometimes the disagreements are with the GM, but usually it was with other players. And some of my least favorite of those have been when I have had . . . → Read More: Book Review: The GM’s Field Guide to Players by Cherie “Jade” Arbuckle from rpgGM.COM

Supplement Review: Divine Favor: The Oracle (PFRPG) by Stefen Styrsky for Open Design

Like many other geeks, I have two main sources of inspiration for oracles. One is simply known as “the Oracle of Delphi,” though there are infinite variations on this theme from the Pythia – the priestess at the Temple of Apollo responsible for the various visions accounted to the oracle. The other comes from a . . . → Read More: Supplement Review: Divine Favor: The Oracle (PFRPG) by Stefen Styrsky for Open Design

Supplement Review: Monsters of NeoExodus: Chanting Queen from LPJ Design

Do you ever have one of those moments where you slap your forehead and wonder why you didn’t think of something first? As cliché as that sounds, I have to say that I think Monsters of NeoExodus: Chanting Queen is one of those brilliant “oh duh!” concepts that is deceptively simple with potentially huge implications . . . → Read More: Supplement Review: Monsters of NeoExodus: Chanting Queen from LPJ Design

Magazine Review: Adventure Quarterly, Issue #1 from Rite Publishing

Content is king, right? And he or she with the best content often wins, or at least gains more interest. One avenue to getting more content out in the ether is to create a blog. Or you could offer freebies to tempt folks to buy your products. Or… maybe you could create a magazine! d6 . . . → Read More: Magazine Review: Adventure Quarterly, Issue #1 from Rite Publishing

Supplement Review: Enemies of NeoExodus: The Folding Circle from LPJ Design

Ever since gamers went online and began publishing their own materials, it’s been truly astounding to see the diversity and creativity of some of those ideas. And when the PDF marketplace went crazy, the floodgates opened up in an almost Darwinian fashion and many small publishing efforts have risen and fallen over the years. One . . . → Read More: Supplement Review: Enemies of NeoExodus: The Folding Circle from LPJ Design

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