Category: Reviews

Midnight Legacy of Darkness Review

Today, we’re going to look at a setting that has been around for almost 20 years but isn’t an official Dungeon & Dragons setting. The Midnight Campaign Setting was released by Fantasy Flight in 2003 using the 3.0 version of the OGL. An updated version came out for the 3.5 version of the OGL in...

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Into the Odd Remastered Review

Free League Publishing has made a name for itself with some major hits in recent years, with heavy hitters like the Alien RPG, The One Ring, and Twilight: 2000. However, another aspect of the publisher has been to bring RPGs from the European market into wider distribution. Not only has this...

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Quick Review of The Army Painter Wet Palette

Are you curious about diving deeper into the hobby of miniature painting? RPG miniatures are everywhere and you can even buy them in bulk. But most of the time, they come unpainted. Those bare plastic, pewter, or even resin miniatures are great starting points for your painting journey. In order...

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Path of the Planebreaker Review

One of the most popular requested settings for Dungeons & Dragons fifth edition has been Planescape. It is a setting about exploring the various planes of existence in the D&D multiverse, but in addition to providing planar sites for adventuring, it also creates factions and a home base...

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The Star-Shaman’s Song of Planegea Review

When I first heard about the product that I’m looking at today, I was very intrigued. There have been a wide variety of fantasy settings used over the history of roleplaying games, but there haven’t been that many forays into a prehistoric setting. When it comes to Dungeons & Dragons settings,...

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Review :: Vaesen: Mythic Britain & Ireland

Just The Facts Title: Vaesen: Mythic Britain & Ireland Author: Graeme Davis Publisher: Free League Publishing Based On: Vaesen by Johan Egerkrans Leave the Mythic North and set sail for the mist-shrouded isles of Mythic Britain and Ireland. Explore the bustling streets of London, discover the...

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The Dragon Prince: Tales of Xadia Roleplaying Game

Way back in the mists of time, in October of 2020, I took a look at Cortex Prime, a rulebook that distilled the essence of every Cortex and Cortex Plus game, broke them into core components, and made a toolbox from which you could build your own custom game. I think Cortex Prime is one of the most...

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Pandora–Total Destruction Review

Superheroes have been used to tell a lot of stories using symbolism and allegory. They can speak to our need to be the best version of ourselves, and they can speak to the worst traits evident in human beings who are handed unlimited power. They can even be stories about people that are isolated...

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