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Ghost Review: Escape From The Aliens In Outer Space

Don’t Let Them Hear You Scream a review of Escape From The Aliens In Outer Space Guest Writer: Kevin Birge   You’ve been standing in the pitch black darkness for what seems like hours. One hand grips a metal railing, slick with sweat and condensation. The ship is failing. You must get to the escape pod. You don’t know if …

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Ghost Review: The Nazi Occult

Ghost Review: The Nazi Occult Review by Christopher Bishop Written by Kenneth Hite Before I start into this review, I need to stress one important thing about this particular work.  It IS a work of fiction, mostly.  I really need to firmly establish this because the author does such a good job of taking historical events, that really did happen …

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Guest Review: Holmes Basic Blue Book Edition

Guest Writer: Patrick Bird Back to the Beginning: Care and Use of the Holmes Blue Book Rules Back when the role-playing world was in its first half dozen years, the first true mass market boxed set that neophyte adventurers could purchase in the late seventies was what is now called the Holmes edition.  With its brightly colored  box that showed …

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Guest Review: B1 In Search of the Unknown

Guest Writer: Patrick Bird Back to the Beginning: Care and Use of In Search of the Unknown In the original Holmes Box Set of D&D there were two products. The first was the Holmes Blue Book rules book, which gave 48 pages of information on how new players to the worlds of fantasy role-playing could create characters, outfit them, and …

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Guest Review: The Citadel of Thunder

Guest Writer: Jason “Flynn” Kemp Arduin Dungeon #3: The Citadel of Thunder, by David Hargrave, is a dungeon adventure written for six to nine characters of 5th to 8th level. Originally published in 1979, this module is a prime example of what Old School adventures looked like. This is a review of the PDF version of this module, which appears …

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Ghost Review: Tegel Manor

Guest Writer: Matthew Stephen Sunrich Cliché as they may be, haunted houses are some of the most compelling devices in literature. The notion that a supernatural entity could occupy a building or that the building itself could be evil (as in Shirley Jackson’s The Haunting of Hill House) has proven effective in thrilling readers for generations. It’s difficult to say …

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Guest Review: Pyramid of the Dragon

Guest Writer: Jason “Flynn” Kemp Pyramid of the Dragon is a Labyrinth Lord adventure designed for 4-6 characters of 5th-7th level. This adventure is written by Peter C. Spahn, and produced by Small Niche Games. Weighing in at 37 pages, this adventure has a front cover page, a credits page, a page bearing the Open Gaming License, two pages of …