Category Archives for "Reviews"

January 26, 2012

Masks, the good, the bad, and the ugly

By Silveressa Today I have the opportunity to review Masks, a system neutral RPG supplement written by the authors of gnomestew.com. Overview Masks is perhaps best described as a “must have addition to any GM’s tool kit.” Contained within is 1000 NPCs, categorized by genre, skill set, trait, disposition towards party etc. (The book marking […]

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Review: Art of Wor City Tiles: The Stone Bard Inn

The Stone Bard Inn city tiles by Three Sages Games are seven slick full colour productions designed to enhance tavern brawls and inn encounters. The tiles are actually letter-sized plastic sheets with anti-skid foam backing. Because of the plastic, you can use wet and dry erase markers on them. Three sheets combine to offer a […]

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April 5, 2011

Dragon Age Tabletop: A Tale of Two Parties

by Hannah Lipsky If there existed one gaming system that worked for every gaming group, then every gaming group would play it. Since no such system has yet been found, it’s not surprising that two very different gaming groups had drastically different reactions to the Dragon Age tabletop game by Green Ronin. One group absolutely […]

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November 11, 2010

Sorcery & Super Science Review

By Patrick Irwin Introduction This review will follow the material covered in the Sorcery and Super Science rulebook step by step, giving an overview of each section before closing with an overall look at the manual. Section 1: Cover and Intro All the usual RPG basics are covered here; a rousing description of the game […]

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