[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] 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.
[Campaign Setting] Nephandum (2007) Massimo Bianchini & Mario Pasqualotto (Mongoose Publishing) Summary: D&D + WHF 3e is a divisive creature. On the one hand it was DnD’s salvation, rescuing it from the withered death-grasp of Loraine Williams as she fell into the gaping abyss of Rpg history, there to languish for all eternity (praise Arneson … More [Review] Nephandum (d20 3pp); Warhammer Fantasy d20
[Campaign Setting] Mechamorphosis (2004) Lyse Kapp & Rob Vaughn (Fantasy Flight Games) Summary: Transformers + Autism In reviewing the body of RPGdom, sometimes one is blessed. One discovers a work that is sleek, elegant, beautiful, poetic and unique. Sometimes by merely perusing its pages one’s own home game is improved, no matter how slightly, forevermore. … More PrinceofNothingReviews: Mechamorphosis; A joyless descent into the worst excesses of the d20 system.
[Campaign Setting] Spellslinger (2004) Kevin Wilson (Fantasy Flight Games) Summary: Deadlands – serial numbers Spellslinger is the 4th installment in the line of Horizon supplements by Fantasy Flight games for the d20 system. As stated in my previous reviews, each supplement straddles the line between mini-campaign setting and mod, complete with its own classes, some … More PrinceofNothingReviews: Spellslinger
[Campaign Setting] Virtual (2003) Anthony Pryor (Fantasy Flight Games) Summary: Tron (Christ this one is long. Something about Tron-clones triggers my logorrhoea). Ah, the halcyon days of the d20 boom. Brimming with potential, the d20 market eventually got clogged with a flood of substandard if not utterly wretched supplements married to a system that was … More PrinceofNothingReviews: Virtual
[Campaign Setting] Grimm (2003) Robert J Schwalb (Fantasy Flight Games) Summary: Grimm faery tales + Crystal meth Your Prince has recovered from reviewing A Red and Pleasant Land, an rpg supplement based on a twisted version of popular children’s tales, so that he may now review Grimm, an rpg supplement based on a twisted version … More PrinceofNothingReviews: Grimm
[Campaign Setting] Redline (2003) Jeff Dobberpuhl, Darell Hardy & Will Hindmarch (Fantasy Flight Games) Summary: Mad Max + Fallout I figured since I put Reviews in the fucking tagline of my blog I might as well get on with it. Today I shall be reviewing a magnificent little supplement called Redline, from the well-known Fantasy … More PrinceofNothing Reviews: Redline.