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Historiae Mundi: A History of the Known World
by Benoit L.
Publisher: Aegis & Gorgon
Date Added: 05/05/2021 15:03:03
Historiae Mundi: A History of the Known World I just received the book printed Premium Hardcover book. It's really nice. The art is amazing. The lore is deep and detailed. This is my first POD book with DriveThruRPG and I'm impressed how well the book came out. Great addition to my RPG library!

Rating:
[5 of 5 Stars!]
Heart of War
by Stephen L.
Publisher: AAM Markosia
Date Added: 04/29/2021 12:38:46
Heart of War This is a fabulous book. The story is gripping, the art is good, and the characters are engaging. I found the dialogue to be consistently natural and believable, and all the soldiers are likeable. The Big Bad Evil Guy is very cool, and he's introduced a little at a time, which makes him even more memorable. The artwork appears to have been done with watercolors, which I happen to really like. It sure looks like it was done using real paper and paints, which is unusual and refreshing in this world of 3d computer artwork. I had to read it a couple times to "get" everything that went on, but it's definitely worth a reread just to see it again. It also cries out for a sequel, which I really really hope Pearson writes at some point. I'll be first in line to buy it, if and when....

Rating:
[5 of 5 Stars!]
Don Quixote De La Mancha, A Short Take on a Small Part Thereof (Preview)
by Lord S. E.
Publisher: Mad Sea Dog
Date Added: 04/24/2021 03:17:52
Don Quixote De La Mancha, A Short Take on a Small Part Thereof (Preview) As a Don Quixote fan, I was intrigued by this. Other than the cover the book is black and white. The art is reminiscent of some of Ralf Bakshi's works. However, the story is, or rather the author’s take on the best-known part of the Quixote legend, is juvenile. All and all it would make for a good coloring book. But for a free product, it is worth a download.

Rating:
[3 of 5 Stars!]
Artesia: Adventures in the Known World
by Benoit L.
Publisher: Aegis & Gorgon
Date Added: 04/22/2021 18:11:07
Artesia: Adventures in the Known World 2021 [edit] - I just downloaded the high rez version of the book. The artwork is bloody amazing! As usual, the book intself is dense and very detailed. The setting has a rich and deep world history spanning multiple ages. It's based on Fuzion Lifepath (toll d10, add modifiers to beat a target number or the oppononent's roll.... so the system is very crunchy, but playable for sure. It took me a while to figure things out... but in the end the combat is viseral and viscious. The magic and religion is there... and it's part of the setting. There are consequences to your actions... and when combat is over... the funerals (because there is an afterlife for the people that die) with prayers and stuff. The magic system is open but has lots of stuff to read and wrap your head around it. It's one of the nicest RPG books that I have in my library. Bottom line... I want more content Mark! :)...

Rating:
[5 of 5 Stars!]
Artesia: Adventures in the Known World
by Brendan G.
Publisher: Aegis & Gorgon
Date Added: 04/22/2021 13:23:47
Artesia: Adventures in the Known World Possibly the most famous book ever written, depending on the company.

Rating:
[5 of 5 Stars!]
Artesia Besieged #1
by Benoit L.
Publisher: Aegis & Gorgon
Date Added: 04/20/2021 10:23:55
Artesia Besieged #1 The art is fantastic! Medieval drama with a really great story!

Rating:
[5 of 5 Stars!]
Artesia Besieged #2
by Benoit L.
Publisher: Aegis & Gorgon
Date Added: 04/20/2021 10:18:49
Artesia Besieged #2 This story is all that I ever wanted in a High Medieval settings. The story is really great, and the characters truly engaging!

Rating:
[5 of 5 Stars!]
Artesia Besieged #3
by Benoit L.
Publisher: Aegis & Gorgon
Date Added: 04/20/2021 10:17:27
Artesia Besieged #3 I really enjoyed reading this "last" issue of a truly amazing series! The art is great! The story is great! I want more!!!

Rating:
[5 of 5 Stars!]
Knights of the Golden Sun #4
by Damien H.
Publisher: Mad Cave Studios
Date Added: 04/13/2021 22:07:09
Knights of the Golden Sun #4 The story continues!! Awesome read!! Great artwork!! The series is worth it!!

Rating:
[5 of 5 Stars!]
Artifacts #1
by Laird B.
Publisher: Top Cow
Date Added: 04/08/2021 18:04:50
Artifacts #1 SPOILER ALERT! Reborn is the issue straight after Artifacts#13, so do not read any review because it gives away the ending and gives away the new beginning. Once I finish all 13 issues, I will return to give a proper review. My rating is low because I am not impressed with the art design. The standard for beautiful, rugged and handsome characters, are the norm for most of Top Cow comics, especially in the Witchblade Universe, so I do not like the ugly realism presented in this issue. Angelus is an example. Maybe the art resembles a 2D image belonging on a game piece that urks me? Though bad guy is creepy and cool. If the whole comic was inked black, the rating would be higher than two stars. I do know the 13 Artifact issues will be divided by different writers and artists, so this artist will receive higher ratings if the script is good. And in Reborn, it was ok for what tidbit of information the comic wanted to reveal to the reader, so the rating got one point higher than a 1 star. R...

Rating:
[2 of 5 Stars!]
Artifacts #0
by Laird B.
Publisher: Top Cow
Date Added: 04/08/2021 16:38:17
Artifacts #0 Artifacts#0 has been given a 5 star by me, because it is an origin story tying everything together we know, or need to know, about this comics story about 13 Artifacts. Most Witchblade fans will be familiar with the artifacts described (the Angelus artifact is clear cut, where Angelus#0 missed this mark of detail). But no matter, this new series is stand alone, no need to cross reference with other comics, as Artifacts gives a crash course for the new reader to the Witchblade Universe. Artifacts begins the comic with an interesting scenario: a floating trapped hot-bod, femme fatale, whose name we learn is Aphrodite a cyborg killing machine, is the last of her kind – at the moment. The story path gives us everything we need to know about the origin stories for all the artifacts attached to a primary keeper, all the while waiting for Aphrodite's captor to reveal the cyborgs fate with her role with the 13 Artifacts. With most #0 beginning intro origin starting comics, the spending bu...

Rating:
[5 of 5 Stars!]
Angelus #1
by Laird B.
Publisher: Top Cow
Date Added: 04/08/2021 13:55:31
Angelus #1 I liked the messy art style because it feels busy and detailed, and the haziness lends a far away visual, like this story is in a dream. This style gives the impression the artist was on a budget because the Cerberus slaying was hard to see any detail with the guardians’ death and the same with Dani chopping off the Chimera humanoid head but you don’t actually see her chop the head off. So a shortage with story panels is noticeable and to some the art could look scribbled. I did not know this comic was an expansion from the Witchblade comics, so for readers not having any clue about Witchblade, will not understand what's going on. I am familiar with Witchblade, so I understand Dani was once, more powerful, and now she is not – but still kicks butt because she now is a host for the Angelus? I think. This is the core of this comics problem; it is for Witchblade fans. I haven't read the Witchblade comics in years, and most recently have read none, so I have no clue who Dani is i...

Rating:
[3 of 5 Stars!]
USAGI YOJIMBO ROLE-PLAYING GAME 2nd Edition
by Wayne P.
Publisher: Sanguine Productions
Date Added: 04/08/2021 08:11:54
USAGI YOJIMBO ROLE-PLAYING GAME 2nd Edition A ¾ complete project abandoned to the internet I bought the PDF of this game shortly after its release in March 2020. This review is based on the PDF as it was when I downloaded it on 8th April 2021. It’s roughly a year old and has had several updates since release. When I first heard that Sanguine had got the rights to do a Usagi Yojimbo RPG I had mixed feelings. On the plus side, Sanguine are the go-to publisher for furry RPGs and despite being quite cumbersome and horribly complex, I actually really liked the original Jadeclaw, so it seemed like a really good fit. I don’t really understand how it’s a second edition when it’s a new rule system by a different publisher but you could argue the same is true of D&D 3rd edition. On the downside, however, they announced that it would use Powered by the Apocalypse, a game which I’ve bounced off in the past because it felt like it was trying way too hard to be cool and edgy and different for the sake of being different, which is a sha...

Rating:
[2 of 5 Stars!]
Deckbox (large)
by Derin W.
Publisher: OneBookShelf, Inc.
Date Added: 04/02/2021 14:11:56
Deckbox (large) These work great for when you have multiple decks. So far they have not broken and they are easy to open and close. Wish that they made one for tarot sized cards

Rating:
[5 of 5 Stars!]
Knights of the Golden Sun #3
by Damien H.
Publisher: Mad Cave Studios
Date Added: 03/28/2021 17:29:15
Knights of the Golden Sun #3 Another great issue!! Another awesome twist!! Loving this series so far!! :D

Rating:
[5 of 5 Stars!]
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