The Haunt Review

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In ages past, an ancient town was lost and destroyed to a siege of orcs. Only one building survived and to this day, the manor is the only still standing building to be seen for miles around. Some say it is haunted, a few whisper of great treasures within, whilst others whisper that it is the manor itself that lives! …

New Dawns for Paizo – Fire Starters and Pathfinder 2.0

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The last two weeks have been big for both Starfinder and Pathfinder: Paizo launched the first module (Fire Starters) of the Starfinder Dawn of Flame Adventure Path and Pathfinder Second Edition was unveiled. Pathfinder Second Edition’s August 1, 2019, launch date brings a slew of titles, including the Core Rulebook (Hardcover $59.99 and Deluxe Hardcover $79.99), Bestiary ($49.99/69.99), Lost Omens …

Nord Games – Ultimate NPCs: Skulduggery Review

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This week I had the opportunity to read through Nord Games – Ultimate NPCs: Skulduggery, a sourcebook packed with 30 NPCs ready to drag and drop into your campaigns. This book originally funded on Kickstarter on January 31, 2016, and is currently available for purchase online. This resource is available in both 5E and Pathfinder formats. Additionally, there are several …

The Bleak Harvest Review

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Warning: as with any adventure path review, the following text could contain spoilers. Total Party Kill Games’ The Bleak Harvest (written by Jason LeMaitre) is a horror-themed adventure built for 4 to 6 player characters. This adventure scenario, designed to be compatible with Dungeons & Dragons 5E and Pathfinder systems, is a self-described “adventure of insanity horror.” And, that description …

Starfinder Adventure Paths #11 and #12: The Penumbra Protocol and Heart of Night Review

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Just an initial heads up, this post contains Signal of Screams adventure path spoilers. If you are militant about in-game surprises, proceed with caution. Back on November 16, 2018, I wrote a post previewing Starfinder’s eleventh adventure path: The Penumbra Protocol (Signal of Screams 2 of 3). Today, it is well into the month of February 2019, and both #11 …