Category: Reviews

Dragonbane Core Set Review

In addition to creating RPGs that leverage IP like Aliens and Blade Runner, Free League has also been translating and revamping RPGs previously known to the European market. The game we’re looking at today, Dragonbane, has a storied history. Drakar och Demoner came about in 1982, originally as a...

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Pendragon 6th Edition Starter Set

My first memories of fantasy stories come from my sisters and my mother reading me stories from Howard Pyle’s stories of King Arthur. This was my introduction to magic and wizards and knights in armor carrying swords. Those stories lodged themselves deep in my psyche, and to this day, despite the...

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Roll20 Updates First Impression

Like most people, there is a sharp contrast between my life before 2020 and after 2020. If you happened to read any of my articles before that time, you’ll notice several times where I mention that I wasn’t comfortable with VTTs and wasn’t likely to run games using that technology. Even before...

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Book of Ebon Tides Review

One of my favorite developments in Dungeons & Dragons 4th edition was formalizing concepts from other editions and settings into the Shadowfell and the Feywild. The concept of these “funhouse mirror” versions of the prime material plane added several adventuring options. The Shadowfell made...

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It Came From The Stew Pot

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