Starfinder Adventure Path #15: Sun Divers (Dawn of Flame 3 of 6)

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With data recovered during the previous adventure, the heroes have proof of a deep-culture site in the sun and the coordinates to travel there. What they lack is the technology to dive into the star. Luckily, a member of the Corona Artifact Divers, daredevils who delve into the sun’s atmosphere for thrills and profit, has just what the heroes need. …

The Winning Ticket Review

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The Winning Ticket was made by the legendary game guru Sid Sackson in 1977 and published by Ideal. It’s a simple sweepstakes and lottery game that almost feels like a Monopoly spin-off. But its straightforward mechanics can be considered an advantage, as it’s easier to enjoy without having to learn lots of rules. While being cunning and possessing the ability …

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AfterShock: A Tavern Game Review

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Full AfterShock: A Tavern Game Review Aftershock is 2 games in 1 using a 60-card set of hexagonal terrain tiles. The game is meant to be simple and portable. Something you’d play at a tavern over drinks and a fine meal after a long day of adventuring. The tiles can also be used for Worldbuilding in an RPG setting. Are …

Movable Type Review

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Full Moveable Type Review What hasn’t been done in word games? Word games – here we’re referring to games where you’re dealing with the letters of words, rather than guessing or naming words based on clues/criteria – are one of the best known genres of tabletop games in existence. Nearly anyone who knows any board game has played Scrabble, probably …

Hammerdog Games: The Grande Temple of Jing 5e Preview and The World’s Greatest Screen Review

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It’s time you turned the page and began your journey. Just remember, the labyrinth is endless, and fraught with peril. Hammerdog Games‘ The Grande Temple of Jing’s 5th Edition revamp Kickstarter campaign is in its final week. The original edition, compatible with the Pathfinder (first edition) system was 500 pages, jam-packed with adventures, lore, game master tools, tables, maps, stories, …

Art & Arcana Review

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Full Art & Arcana Review I love RPGs. The act of group story telling really captured me from the first time that I tried it, and I’ve been hooked since. Unfortunately, that only happened comparatively recently with the release of Dungeons & Dragons 5th Edition (though with the advent of Twitch and actual play programs such as Critical Role, my …

Pumpkin Patch: Bad Seeds Review

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Full Pumpkin Patch: Bad Seeds Review It’s your job to cultivate a pumpkin patch, caring for seedlings and watching them grow…into horrifying monstrosities. Pumpkin Patch: Bad Seeds is a 1-3 player game of spooky pumpkins, murderous crows, and the one pumpkin everyone strives to grow, the Cinderella Pumpkin. Successfully Kickstarted in August of 2018, the game has shipped to backers …

NorthernIceWerks 3D Printed Miniatures Review

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NorthernIceWerks prints a variety of 3D sculpts and lists them for sale in their Etsy shop. NorthernIceWerks is icensed to print and sell these models via various agreements with the 3D artists who created the sculpts. Currently, they offer a variety of prints including: goblin village huts, townsfolke, dwarf clans, goblin war bands, skeletons, and more. Compared to the majority …

Dungeon in a Box: Caravan of Peril Review

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Dungeon in a Box is a monthly RPG subscription box that contains everything your group needs to run an adventure. This week, I had an opportunity to take a look at the first box in the Secrets of Greenwold adventure arc: Caravan of Peril. I must admit that when the box arrived in the mail, I was a bit suspicious. …

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UNCAGED Vol 1 Review

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Full UNCAGED Vol 1 Review Every monster has a story, and they’re not always the villain. UNCAGED Vol 1 is the first in an anthology of Dungeons & Dragons 5th Edition adventures that focus on subverting tropes around a female mythological creature or monster. Hags, Harpies, Lamias, Medusas, they’re in there and not in any fashion you’d expect them to …