[Campaign Setting] Celtic Age (2002) Mike Benninghof, John R. Phythyon Jr. & Ree Soesbee (Avalanche Press LTD) Summary: Mabignogion + Asterix & Obelix I am having a good day and it has been long since my last review, so what better way to cap off the day then with a review of my latest descent … More PrinceofNothingReviews: Celtic Age – Roleplaying the Myths, Heroes and Monsters of the Celts (d20 3pp); Extreme Highschool Barbarian Smackdown
[Campaign Setting] Black Flag (2002) Mike Benninghof & John R. Phythyon (Avalanche Press LTD) Man, reviewing Avalanche d20-stuff is depressing. All for One (and One for All long official title for a 64 page supplement) was short but just long enough to do what it needed to do but had some weird thematic inconsistencies and niggling … More PrinceofNothingReviews: Black Flag – Piracy in the Carribean (d20 3pp); The skeletal structure of a really great game.
[Campaign Setting] Aztecs – Empire of the Dying Sun (2002) Ree Soesbee (Avalanche Press LTD) Summary: War God + Apocalypto – effort Aztecs fascinate me. A sophisticated alien culture with advanced knowledge of astrology, engineering and statecraft, with no access to iron or horses, yet with an absolutely batshit insane religion of human sacrifice driving … More PrinceofNothingReviews: Aztecs – Empire of the Dying Sun (D20 3PP); A bucket when you needed a swimming pool.
[Campaign Setting] All For One & One For All (2002) F.S Kessler & John R. Phythyon, Jr. (Avalanche Press) Summary: The Three Musketeers + The opening scene from Saving Private Ryan Avalanche Press was a relatively small publisher during the d20 boom, notorious for its birds-with-their-bobs-out cover art, at times shoddy craftsmanship and its focus … More PrinceofNothingReviews: All For One & One For All (d20 3PP); Style over Substance.