I'm reading it now (in the middle of "The Jermyn Horror"). That review points out something not...
Here is the first (very long) review Iíve found for it. He seemed to really like 3 out of 5...
I am very excited about this release in paper. I will work over one of the local game shops to get me one. I almost just bought one on-line yesterday
Hence we get Stephan King's Pet Semetary (sic).
I'm a huge fan of X-com enemy unknown actually. Was my favorite game last year. I've tried the orgionels but there a little dense to go back and play
So, I had my first game as a player in a while, joining an established D&D 4e group. One of the players was using a dice app on her tablet (that she'd
It's a bit of a tangent but I'd be inclined to say the X:Com series. The most recent one has very dark and gloomy graphics, the whole "mankind is
I always enjoy throwing multiple antagonists into my scenarios. So a cabal of competing garum producers and stirred up Christians versus business minded
It adds a nice little piece of Victorian melodrama, and seems to be tied into some of the literary themes of the period without unbalancing the game too
And, lest anyone has any worries about this...while i understand the desire to have a pretty and fancy book, i am keeping in mind that this is, first
Soothing that just came to mind.
In situations where one hypothetically uses serpent men, ghouls or deep ones as PCs, having a "0"
Now that does have potential. Of course, to give a twist, there could be some garum competitors who wouldn't mind seeing either Ichthys or the cult getting
War of the Dead - Chapter One: And The Dead Shall Walk The Earth.
A rather freeform session of Cthulhu by Gaslight using the newspaper...