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X-Men '97 Character Sheets | Marvel Multiverse Role-Playing Game
by Lance W. E.
Publisher: Marvel
Date Added: 05/20/2024 00:44:42
pixel_trans.gif X-Men '97 Character Sheets | Marvel Multiverse Role-Playing Game Great write ups for the main team of X-Men 97. Hope to see more content like this!

Rating:
[5 of 5 Stars!]
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X-Men '97 Character Sheets | Marvel Multiverse Role-Playing Game
by Joe
Publisher: Marvel
Date Added: 05/19/2024 13:32:03
pixel_trans.gif X-Men '97 Character Sheets | Marvel Multiverse Role-Playing Game Easy 5 star rating. First, it is free. It is a really nice teaser to get before the X-Men book, and a great way to keep the momentum of the X-Men '97 show going. Second, there are big name profiles we haven't seen before, not just adjusted cartoon versions of already statted out characters. Third, there are great new design elements that we've never seen in a resource before, notably on things like Iconic and Signature Weapons, that, in my mind, really open up the design space when you're creating your own characters. Art is great, and there's no fluff in this at all. 12 pages, 12 profiles. Not a thing to dislike, I don't know what more you could possibly ask for in a free product. I hope they do something like this after every TV show, what a great way to keep the momentum going between seasons. ...

Rating:
[5 of 5 Stars!]
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Ascendant
by JOHN
Publisher: Autarch
Date Added: 05/10/2024 16:48:40
pixel_trans.gif Ascendant Initially all of my time with Ascendant was theory crafting. From reading the book and messing around with creating characters it seemed to me that the game was heavy on the front end (character creation) but that all of that work on the character would translate to a smooth adjudication of gameplay. After playing a bit I am happy to say that my prediction panned out. I found the gameplay (as a GM and a player) to be rather fluid and quick to resolve without getting mired down.

Rating:
[5 of 5 Stars!]
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Images Into Words: The Savage Age Comic
by Aowyn B.
Publisher: White Wolf
Date Added: 05/03/2024 18:02:39
pixel_trans.gif Images Into Words: The Savage Age Comic Images Into Words is an divergence from the usual content that WeaponizedInk creates, but still has the same amount of quality, care, and professionalism one would expect from a WI product. Unlike other WI Books, Images Into Words is a short comic book focusing more on the storytelling and atmosphere of the Savage Age, made in a similar style under a different artist that the Savage Age normally uses. While not what one would typically be seeking within the Storyteller's Vault, the final product is excellent. The art is beautiful, the storytelling is done succinctly and emotionally, and the price is well worth the pages. The collected stories are beautifully illustrated, and the art and stories themselves are well worth the 5 USD price tag. An experimental divergence from the normal catalogue WI provides, but it does not deviate from the typical expected quality and excellence that they are known for. This is an easy recommend. ...

Rating:
[5 of 5 Stars!]
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Traveller: Far Trader #1
by Thomas P.
Publisher: AAM Markosia
Date Added: 04/23/2024 04:51:03
pixel_trans.gif Traveller: Far Trader #1 I enjoyed the read. It is a solid comic, clearly placed in the Traveller universe (not just any random SF adventure), in a way that characters are a bit too cliché for my taste; however, I am perfectly fine for a Vagr to be a Vagr in Volume I, as an example, and then hopefully the characters get more complex as the plot thickens.

Rating:
[4 of 5 Stars!]
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EXE
by Brian N.
Publisher: Blackheart Sequential
Date Added: 04/11/2024 19:40:42
pixel_trans.gif EXE SHOCKING...EXPLOSIVE...CYBERPUNK This graphic novel deals with very adult subject matter. It's for mature audiences for a reason. It has very intense and graphic dialogue. That being said it has a great narrative, intelligent writing and is very detailed.Think John Wick meets Hostel. The artwork is very manga-esque, reminiscent of Sin City. EXE definately has a cyberpunk feel and deals with the chaos and depravity of the dark web. Definately a page turner. It has great pacing and a plot that will shock. You hire EXE for one reason only,,,seek and destroy sex traffickers and pedophiles...and he completes his mission with style and endless violence. Again not for the faint of heart. Would be interesting to see another collaboration from the mind of Blackheart and the art of Jaspix....

Rating:
[5 of 5 Stars!]
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BASH! Ultimate Edition
by Tony
Publisher: Basic Action Games
Date Added: 04/01/2024 13:06:00
pixel_trans.gif BASH! Ultimate Edition I've been adventuring with the **BASH! Ultimate Edition (BASH UE)** since 2016, and it's become my go-to cape-wearing, dice-rolling delight. BASH UE strikes that sweet spot between **comprehensive** and **rules-light**. It's like slipping into your favorite superhero costume—comfortable and ready for action. Whether you're a brooding vigilante or a cosmic sorcerer, character creation is smooth. The real magic? BASH UE isn't just about American-style capes. It's a great passport to any comic-influenced setting. Naruto's chakra? Check. Gotham's rooftops à la Batman? Double-check. I've run campaigns in both worlds, and BASH UE adapted gracefully. DON'T HESITATE ON THIS ONE, a must have for any comprehensive GM....

Rating:
[5 of 5 Stars!]
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Cowboy Bebop Roleplaying Game - Corebook
by Michael
Publisher: Mana Project Studio
Date Added: 03/23/2024 21:02:59
pixel_trans.gif Cowboy Bebop  Roleplaying Game - Corebook I apologize for the poor formatting of this review. DriveThruRPG won't let me add additional returns to make it easier to read. After a couple sessions with this game, it's become clear to my group that it has some problems. -The rules are just not well explained. They're very different from most tabletop RPGs, and that means extra care should be taken explaining them. That care was not taken. I had to read the book several times and write up my own linear summary to try to deal with the nonlinear way the game is explained. In addition to this poor organization, some concepts and responsibilities aren't explained well. In particular, they need to make the Big Shot's responsibilities clearer. How much of the bounty and the story are supposed to be created by the players? Who thought it was a good idea for the Big Shot to give the session a name at the beginning when the narrative power is supposed to be mostly in the hands of the players, who might render that title irrelevant? Wha...

Rating:
[3 of 5 Stars!]
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Executive Assistant Iris: Sourcebook
by Jeff
Publisher: Aspen Comics
Date Added: 03/02/2024 08:09:05
pixel_trans.gif Executive Assistant Iris: Sourcebook This product focuses on "Executive Assistants." For those like myself that are wondering, they are women that have been trained to spy levels and work for various rich people as spies, assassins, body guards, and personal assistants. The book has an overview of multiple characters from the comics so that you can use them in your modern or sci-fi games. This overview contains things like their physical descriptions and skills. The book then has a long section detailing the character's journey through comic's story. I have not read this too closely but should be very useful if you want to stick close to the world presented in the comics. At the end of the book is a brief overview of several schools that train young women for this role. In the end I only really have one complaint with this product. When I was skimming though the detailed sections I stumbled across a bit of story. This bit explained that the girl whose story I was reading was upset because she had accidently killed some...

Rating:
[5 of 5 Stars!]
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Princess Lucinda and the Wand Witch
by Christopher S.
Publisher: Relentless Fiction
Date Added: 02/21/2024 03:35:01
pixel_trans.gif Princess Lucinda and the Wand Witch I've been a big fan of the Princess Lucinda character in the past, a wicked 12-year old magical princess that uses her vast magical powers to rid herself of all the annoying humans that are unlucky enough to cross her path. What I really loved about the two previous graphic novels, "Black Rose of the Empire" and "Princesses in the City" is that they combined a ton of black humour (Lucinda transforming the "peasants" around her in all kinds of things, from two-headed toads to lollipops, never gets old) with actually interesting characters. Lucinda is by no means a good person - she destroys people's life for fun basically, and can be quite arrogant - but not only is she pretty funny, her relationships with her kinder older sister and her best friend Katelyn can actually be pretty touching and serve well to humanize her character her little. Sadly, I found this continuation of the series rather disappointing. Not only does it not serve as a direc...

Rating:
[2 of 5 Stars!]
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Bulletproof Blues
by Lawrence
Publisher: Kalos Comics
Date Added: 02/10/2024 07:49:36
pixel_trans.gif Bulletproof Blues Any item that is free, should start with Five Stars! The third edition is hyperlinked, has a great index and table of contents, nice art, easy to read, plenty of example characters, weapons and equipment. This looks like a work of passion and I feel it is well done. All you need is some six-sided dice and your ready. The download includes a character sheet too. I would like to see more examples of equipment, vehicles and gadgets (perhaps a supplement?), but I still think it's worthy of five stars! Oh, and I do like the detailed negative reviews - it looks like some the issues were addressed, as as the author commented, and there have been many products I purchased solely based on the negative reviews. ...

Rating:
[5 of 5 Stars!]
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Mouse Guard RPG 2nd Edition
by Simon
Publisher: Archaia Entertainment LLC
Date Added: 02/03/2024 09:05:40
pixel_trans.gif Mouse Guard RPG 2nd Edition Wonderful setting and game, however the quality of the PDF is disappointing. All the image assets are low resolution (most obvious on the Credit Due page where some of the text is on the background image and barely legible) and there's no built in indexing or linking, making navigating it no more convenient than a physical copy.

Rating:
[4 of 5 Stars!]
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Cowboy Bebop Roleplaying Game - Quickstart
by Laird
Publisher: Mana Project Studio
Date Added: 01/24/2024 15:33:34
pixel_trans.gif Cowboy Bebop Roleplaying Game - Quickstart If you are a diehard anime fan, and have never played standard D20 RPG's, and never experienced OD&D/OSR/OSE, and you are not over 50 years old, then, this complex movie action visual-themed rule-styled game is for you to figure out with new players excited to try a table top game for the first time ever. Possibly, this is a game for players who have experienced Murder Mystery parties and Dinner Theatre shows, and most likely with Larping experience from White Wolf, such as Vampire the Masquerade. Or an anime fan. I rated 3 stars because I am not a Larper fan and a game based upon the Cowboy Bebop setting, where your character is a Bounty Hunter (BH), is 3 stars minimum. Cool and Respect. Honestly, I stopped trying to figure out the rules, so I can not rate higher because I lost interest. The player who runs the game is called the Big Shot. (In other RPG's, this role is the Dungeon Master, game master, story teller, judge, etc.) If I could experience a play test I would figure...

Rating:
[3 of 5 Stars!]
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KOBOLD Guide to Worldbuilding
by Jim L.
Publisher: Kobold Press
Date Added: 01/14/2024 09:32:19
pixel_trans.gif KOBOLD Guide to Worldbuilding When it comes to creating new things, ideas are a dime a dozen. Everyone has an opinion. Yet, it is easier said than done to create something that's logically coherent. Furthermore, the well of ideas tends to run dry too after a while. This is where the KOBOLD Guide to Worldbuilding comes in. While not exactly "meaty", it has plenty of advice covering a wide range of topics. Each topic takes up about 5 pages of information, but it's concise and to the point. If I had to nitpick though, it's that not all the topics are equally well-written, but that's to be expected from having so many contributors. Art in the book is also a little sparse. It would have benefited from having more accompanying visuals....

Rating:
[4 of 5 Stars!]
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Ascendant
by Bence
Publisher: Autarch
Date Added: 12/26/2023 10:31:44
pixel_trans.gif Ascendant Ascendant is simply the best superhero game out there - while I also enjoy other games in the genre, this is the most well thought out and complete system of all, with a precise and scalable mechanic, which is still easy to pick up and play.

Rating:
[5 of 5 Stars!]
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