[Review] Oblivium (5e); Sons of Satanis

[Setting]Oblivium (2020)Thomas Alexander (Avenesse) Disclaimer: Sponsored content When a man walks up to you, at the day of your daughter’s wedding, it is customary for a reviewer to grant him one favor. Unfortunately that favor was a 136 page D&D 5e campaign setting supplement. Now I have granted such favors before, with mixed results. Let … More [Review] Oblivium (5e); Sons of Satanis

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[Review] Comes Chaos (B/X); Console Port

[Sourcebook]Comes Chaos (2019)Jonathan Becker (Running Beagle Games) Disclaimer: Sponsored Content I’ve been into Warhammer since I was young. Not the miniatures game, two-dozen of which are collecting dust somewhere in a nook of some long-forgotten cabinet drawer, but the universe. My teenage mind was set on fire at the sight of mile-high cathedrals, horrifically transmogrified … More [Review] Comes Chaos (B/X); Console Port

[Review] Scourge of the Scorn Lords (OSE); Candy to the Bone

[Setting]Scourge of the Scorn Lords (2021)Ahimsa Kerp & Wind Lothamer (Knight Owl Publishing) Disclaimer: Sponsored content. Gonzo is easy. Abandon the stringent demands of Gygaxian Naturalism and years of lore, flee child!, flee from the guiding light of appendix N!. Let us abandon the higher forms, cast away thought and dance as though we were … More [Review] Scourge of the Scorn Lords (OSE); Candy to the Bone

[Age of Dusk] Meditations on the importance of a Timeline for a Last Age Pt. III

A continuation of the previous posts. A New and Terrifying Age – In the wake of dying Tzyan and the Tempest’s birth the world shuddered and groaned. For decades there was silence, and the Iron roads of Sybarra went untrod by soldier’s feet as new kingdoms reeled and regrouped in the wake of the Calamity … More [Age of Dusk] Meditations on the importance of a Timeline for a Last Age Pt. III

[Age of Dusk] Meditations on the importance of a Timeline for a Last Age Pt. II

A sequel to a previous post. The Awful Weapon – Upon the plains of Sriatus the divine host did come to terms with the nightmare legions of Tzyan. A shrieking tide of flesh, living and dead and in between, did cast itself upon the unbreakable ranks of the Sial-Atrementar and was rent asunder by spears of … More [Age of Dusk] Meditations on the importance of a Timeline for a Last Age Pt. II

[Review] Frostbitten & Mutilated (Lotfp); Half-Baked & Dissassociated

[Campaign Setting/Hex Crawl] Frostbitten & Mutilated (2018) Zak S. (Lamentations of the Flame Princess) For levels 6+? When I read the premise for Frostbitten & Mutilated I probably would have bet money that I would have at least liked it a little bit. Black metal violence in a land of eternal winter? Check! Norse mythology? … More [Review] Frostbitten & Mutilated (Lotfp); Half-Baked & Dissassociated

[Review] Vlad the Impaler – Blood Prince of Wallachia (3e 3PP); Terror is the Passion of Revelation

[Setting/Adventure] Vlad the Impaler – Blood Prince of Wallachia (2002) Mike Benninghof & J.R. Phythyon Jr. (Avalanche Press) Levels 8 – 10 Fiction has always been my first love. Part of that is escapism, undeniably so. But also because fiction is pure, it washes away the graininess and chaos of the real world and is … More [Review] Vlad the Impaler – Blood Prince of Wallachia (3e 3PP); Terror is the Passion of Revelation

[Review] Jade & Steel – Roleplaying in Mythic China (d20 3pp); Ping-pongs and Ting-Tongs and all sorts of Wing-Wongs

[Campaign Setting] Jade & Steel  (2001) Jim Lai (Avalanche Press LTD) Another year has passed. My holiday foray into winter-haunted Canada rocked, the new Star Wars was a piece of shit and elfgames are still delicious. Now back to your regular programming. I figured there would be no better way to kick-start the new year … More [Review] Jade & Steel – Roleplaying in Mythic China (d20 3pp); Ping-pongs and Ting-Tongs and all sorts of Wing-Wongs