Supplement Review: 8000 Zombie/Undead Sounds from Lee’s Lists

Yes, that’s right, I’m back to zombies again. They’re not exactly like warm puppies or kittens, but I suspect that – like snowflakes – you are unlikely to see any two zombies that look or sound exactly the same. Well, unless you have a zombie army of clones and they’re all decomposing at the same . . . → Read More: Supplement Review: 8000 Zombie/Undead Sounds from Lee’s Lists

Supplement Review: So What’s the Zombie Like, Anyway? by Greg Marks from Raging Swan Press

Zombies. What wonderful creatures they are! Dead. Restless. Grotesque. Hungry… And with the success of the graphic novels and subsequent TV series for The Walking Dead I suspect we’ll be enduring zombie hordes for many years to come. I hope that’s the case anyway. I’m a bit of a “zombieholic.” If there’s a book, movie, . . . → Read More: Supplement Review: So What’s the Zombie Like, Anyway? by Greg Marks from Raging Swan Press

Game Fodder: The Nine Columns of Madrai

Once, according to legend, the city of Madrai (“mad-rye”) sat at the center of the world, the pinnacle of technology, social graces, and a government truly for the people, by the people. This city, like no other before or since, was built out on the water itself – not on boats, but upon an interlocking . . . → Read More: Game Fodder: The Nine Columns of Madrai

The Gassy Gnoll: Three (Plus) Elements of Comedic Necromancy (May of the Dead)

The Gassy Gnoll isn’t much of a comedian. Sure, he can occasionally come up with a witty quote or spontaneously create bad puns like joke grenades (that usually fizzle), but that’s about it. Farting on stage isn’t much of an act, no matter how much movies like Jackass try to make it so. But as . . . → Read More: The Gassy Gnoll: Three (Plus) Elements of Comedic Necromancy (May of the Dead)

Book Review: Monsters of NeoExodus: Necrostruct from Louis Porter Jr. Design

Up to now, I’ve somehow managed to miss any of the RPG supplements from Louis Porter Jr. Design (LPJ Design). This past week I was given the opportunity to review one of the LPJ Design books for the Pathfinder RPG – Monsters of NeoExodus: Necrostruct – and I decided to take advantage of that fact.

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