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Book Review: Primal Power

Primal Power (Dungeons & Dragons), by Mike Mearls While this book is disappointingly a 4th edition D&D supplement, and therefore not very useful to those of us who prefer the 5th edition, there is still something worthwhile here in the … Continue reading

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Book Review: The Book Of Vile Darkness

The Book Of Vile Darkness (Dungeons & Dragons), by Robert J. Schwalb This particular book is an interesting one because it reveals something that is not commonly known when it comes to Dungeons & Dragons (and indeed a great deal … Continue reading

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Book Review: RPG Maker For Teens

RPG Maker For Teens, by Michael Duggan This book is an interesting one, and one I would have liked to have read (or would have liked to have existed) when I was a teenager myself.  As someone who grew up … Continue reading

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Book Review: Elminster’s Forgotten Realms

Ed Greenwood Presents Elminister’s Forgotten Realms, by Ed Greenwood This was a very interesting book, and it helps demonstrate some of the ways that the creativity of various people helped to make the Dungeons & Dragons universe as rich as … Continue reading

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Book Review: Forgotten Realms Player’s Guide

Dungeons And Dragons:  Forgotten Realms Player’s Guide, by Rob Heinsoo, Logan Bonner, and Robert J. Schwalb I must admit I was disappointed by this book.  That isn’t to say that this is a bad book, exactly, because it is not … Continue reading

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Book Review: Deadly Delves: Reign Of Ruin

Deadly Delves:  Reign Of Ruin, by Jon Brazer As part of my efforts to obtain some quests for upcoming tabletop gameplay with the party I GM, I found this particular interesting scenario that will allow for some challenging and rewarding … Continue reading

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Book Review: Noble Cause, Bloodied Hands

Noble Cause, Bloodied Hands, by William Tucker As someone who from time to time reads and ponders over various quests for tabletop roleplaying gaming, I managed to obtain a few books that had some quests that interested me, and this … Continue reading

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Book Review: Slaughter At Splinterfang Gorge

Slaughter At Splinterfang Gorge, by William Tucker This particular roleplaying game campaign is designed to be compatible with both Pathfinder and D&D 5e and is meant for a party of between levels 4 and 6, just exiting the beginning stages … Continue reading

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Book Review: The One Ring Roleplaying Game

The One Ring Roleplaying Game, by Francesco Nepitello It is an intensely frustrating and Nathanish experience to read a book that consists of two books that one has already read under a different name.  At any rate, if you have … Continue reading

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Book Review: Adventures In Middle Earth: Wilderland Adventures

Adventures In Middle Eearth:  Wilderland Adventures, by Gareth Ryder-Hanrahan, Francesco Nepitello, Jon Hodgson, and Steve Emmott I happen to greatly enjoy books like this for a few reasons.  For one, I am an avid, if not very frequent, tabletop role … Continue reading

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