Category Archives: RPG review

Review: The Secrets of Forgotten Magic Items (PFRPG)

  As regular readers may already recognized, I’m a big fan of Rite Publishing‘s products. I find most of them innovative, and a good addition to the Pathfinder RPG, and there is always something in their sourcebooks what I could call unique.If you seen our review about the 101 not So Simple Monster Templates, or the article about… Read More »

Review – FotTS: Kahrvass Fleymbrow, Smith of Burning Desire (PFRPG)

  Today, we present a review about another Rite Publishing product to the Pathfinder roleplaying-game. With it’s rather long title – Faces of Tarnished Souk: Kahrvass Fleymbrow, Smith of Burning Desire (PFRPG) – the book offers not only the title character in great detail, but also several useful additions to the Pathfinder RPG.   This compact sourcebook contain… Read More »

Review : 101 Not So Simple Monster Templates (PFRPG) by Rite Publishing

  It was just yesterday, when we received a review copy from Rite Publishing about Steven D. Russel’s excellent work: 101 Not So Simple Monster Templates. As a Game Master who like to tamper with pre-defined creatures, I’m glad than I’m able to read and review this book.   As you may already guess, the book is filled… Read More »

Renaissance – D100 black powder SRD avaliable for download !

Produced by Cakebread & Walton and Cubicle 7 there is another free RPG system available for download : Renaissance. On the same base as Runequest and Legend is designed for historical and fantasy gaming in the age of black powder weapons.   Renaissance is a  free RPG system intended to be able to run several different historical and… Read More »

Free RPG Magazines : Pathways #10 and GameGeek #24

Hi fellow Roleplayers ! I guess all of us like to read interesting articles  connected to our hobby, as well as receive useful RPG material : adventure-hooks, monsters, NPC-s, classes and so on. It’s even better if it’s free ! So for now I present to you two free pdf magazines connected to RPG-s : Pathways from Rite… Read More »

A new free fantasy RPG : Novarium ! A magic-heavy setting, ruled by women!

Greg Cristopher, the author of Cascade Failure now gifts us a new (and again, completely free) roleplaying-game, Novarium. In the magic-filled world of Vaena women received the gift of magic, and they turned sexist prejudices upside down. Now, they are the leadersand magicians of the new world.  Novarium is a new, very unique fantasy RPG written by Greg… Read More »

Review: The new Legend roleplaying game !

As you may already know, Legend is a completely new roleplaying game from Mongoose Publishing. Based and improved upon on their Runequest II sytem, it is intended to be a somewhat universal fantasy system, able to manage several completely different settings and game-styles. We followed Legend from it’s release, and since the core rulebook is available online for… Read More »

Review of OUBLIETTE Issue 7 – “a magazine for old school fantasy roleplayers”

The publisher of the OUBLIETTE magazine decided that they enable they current Issue 7 to be freely available for a limited time only. Seeing the oppurtunity, we decided to give it a look, and make a short review about the magazine.   OUBLIETTE is an RPG magazine, directed toward old school fantasy roleplayers. While it’s itended for Labirynth… Read More »

Review: Way of the Yakuza (PFRPG) by Rite Publishing

  About two weeks ago, Rite Publishing released a new sourcebook, Way of the Yakuza for Pathfinder. Now we have the chance to look at the book in full detail, and share our insight about our findings.   As you may already know, Way of the Yakuza is designed for the publisher’s own Japanese ghost setting, Kaidan. Luckily… Read More »

Review: Mecha Clash for Heroes in Time RPG !

If you are interested in versatile, easy to use RPG’s, which are highly adaptable for many different settings, and if you don’t like overly complex mechanics Heroes in Time my worth a try. Now, that it’s new expansion, Mecha Clash is released a week ago we take a look at this RPG and it’s new expansion   Exactly… Read More »

Review : Lets see D&D Heroes of the Feywild in detail !

   It was only two days ago, when Wizards of the Coast officially released Heroes of the Feywild, a new supplement for Dungeons & Dragons 4th edition. Now, we have the opportunity to check this new book in detail, and therefore share our experiences and opinion with our readers.   As we already talked about it in our… Read More »

Sundown – a free Call of Cthulhu adventure of the Old West !

Sundown is a free Call of Cthulhu adventure, set in the Old West. It’s a really great tribute by Dale Envy, to celebrate the 30th Anniversary of Call of Cthulhu.   Imaginary Empire released Sundown, a free Call of Cthulhu adventure written by Dale Eny to celebrate the 30th anniversary of Call of Cthulhu. It’s setting is no other,… Read More »

A completely free Sci-Fi RPG : Cascade Failure RPG (d20/OGL)

Cascade Failure RPG, written by Greg Christopher is a new addition to the sci-fi RPG genre. Set after a galaxy-wide Great War, and the following Collapse, the players could thread upon this post-apocalypse universe and work toward their ambitions. It is a well made RPG, and it’s completely free !    I just looked around in the Internet,… Read More »

Assassin’s Amulet – a supplement for d20/OGL and Pathfinder

While assassins are an integral part of almost all fantasy or medieval settings, most Game Masters threat them as taboo. A single assassin in a campaign could ruin everything, if not controlled carefully by the GM. Or it could be just another NPC to fight, without the real dread what an assassin should generate. Assassin’s Amulet – Life… Read More »

Vampire: The Masquerade – 20th Anniversary Edition

After twenty years from the first Vampire rulebook, White Wolf surprised us with Vampire: The Masquerade – 20th Anniversary Edition. I’m quite sure, that it will please old fans, as any “new blood” looking for a complete and excellent rulebook to play vampires in the popular World of Darkness setting. Exploding into hobby games in 1991, it evoked and… Read More »