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Review: Epyllion – A Dragon Epic

Review: Epyllion – A Dragon Epic

Have you ever wanted to be the dragon of Dungeons & Dragons? Well wait no longer because I have just the game for you, though its dragons will not look like those greedy red fools from D&D. Today I am reviewing Magpie Games’ Epyllion where you get to be a young dragon trying to make your way in a world of dragons and maybe even going out on some adventures while your scales are still fresh. This game, written by…

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Review: Psionics RPG

Review: Psionics RPG

It is a little later than I wanted to have the review out, but I am happy to finally do so! End Transmission Games produced this game and it utilizes a similar system to Splinter. If that name is familiar to you, that’s because we reviewed Splinter earlier this year and if you want to check it out head to this page. It was a ton of fun and if it catches your interest then head here! This time around…

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Review: 5E Adventure – Into The Light

Review: 5E Adventure – Into The Light

Hello everyone, hope those of you who celebrated anything have had a good week! Well, I hope that everyone had a good week. Today I have a review for you all! Written by David Flor of Darklight Interactive, this 96 page adventure is the first of what will hopefully be many parts. The adventure is titled The Coming Dark and this is the first chapter of that: Into The Light. As a little bit of background this product was Kickstarted…

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Review: LoreSmyth’s Modular Tiles

Review: LoreSmyth’s Modular Tiles

Today was supposed to be the release of an adventure review. As you know the past couple weeks have been hectic for me, but what you might not know is that the adventure is nearly 100 pages long. Those two things combined means I am switching around this month’s reviews. It is a bit easier to review images than it is to review 100 pages of written word! So, that review is still coming and you will see it on…

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Resources For Every GM: Internet Part 10

Resources For Every GM: Internet Part 10

Today I have a special entry into Resources For Every GM! In it I add three more sources for your RPG folder of bookmarks. The internet has no shortage of useful tools and sites, but with so many I thought it would be a good idea to point you towards a few from the Twitter community. While some of you may already visit these sites or know of them from Twitter, other readers may not have a Twitter account or…

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Review: Cartel – Ashcan Edition

Review: Cartel – Ashcan Edition

Today I finally have the review that was due out last week! We are going to be taking a look at the PDF of one of Magpie Games’ products. This came out in 2015 and is not a full edition of the game. Well, sort of. This is another of the company’s Powered by the Apocalypse games, but unlike the others it assumes someone knows how to use that system and that they are relatively familiar with it. Magpie Games…

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Wandering Dev Diary #6: Savage Worlds Arcane Backgrounds

Wandering Dev Diary #6: Savage Worlds Arcane Backgrounds

As you may know I have been in the process of building a lot of things recently. Some of it has been directly blog related, but I have also been pretty inspired to build up a sort of preliminary campaign guide for my home brew material. This is something I can bring to the table and look through if I need too, especially as I continue to build more and more. I have also been working towards a Brave New…

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Review: 1879 Player’s Handbook

Review: 1879 Player’s Handbook

Today I have another review for you! This time it is the Player’s Handbook from the 1879 RPG by FASA Games. They were kind enough to let me check out the PDF version and I was pretty impressed. Hopefully the Untamed Dice crew ill get a chance to run a one shot of this soon. In the mean time, here is my review! Story The story behind FASA’s 1879 is, in my opinion, freaking awesome. The 1879 RPG is similar…

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Review: Ice Kingdom Adventures (OSR)

Review: Ice Kingdom Adventures (OSR)

Today I have another review for you! I do love being able to say that. This time it is an adventure two-fer, but it is also a bit of a special review. To start off the adventures have been designed to be played in OSR using a system like OSRIC or Labyrinth Lord. Specifically they are designed for the Ice Kingdoms campaign setting which was funded on Kickstarter last August. A key note here is that I have played relatively…

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