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Book Retort: Merkabah Rider High Planes Drifter

Merkabah Rider: High Planes Drifter Written by: Edward M. Erdelac This review was done using a pdf graciously provided by the author I have always been a fan of the spaghetti western genre of movies. My father got me into watching them as a kid and the experience indelibly left its mark on me. As a young man, I found …

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What if Gary had made 2nd edition? Lets take Adventures Dark and Deep together! Part 2

This review was done using the writers personally owned copies of the product Adventures Dark & Deep is published by BRW Games. Adventures Dark & Deep is written by Joseph Bloch This post is continuing my review of Adventures Dark and Deep. This is part 2 of that review series. Part 1 can be read here. Classes (continued) Fighter Traditionally …

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Book Retort: Delta Green: Extraordinary Renditions

Delta Green: Extraordinary Renditions Delta Green is the refinement of a great idea. The idea of the Cthulhu Mythos extending into the modern day. About a year or two after the OGL released we began seeing small trickles of modern day settings, often with a horror or supernatural bent. Of course, Cthulhu was a natural fit for this idea, and …

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What if Gary had made 2nd edition? Lets take Adventures Dark and Deep together! Part 1

This review was done using the writers personally owned copies of the product Adventures Dark & Deep is published by BRW Games. Adventures Dark & Deep is written by Joseph Bloch Gary Gygax along with Dave Arneson and others brought us into the world of Dungeons and Dragons in 1974. The basic version of the game was later updated to …

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Adventures in Middle Earth: Loremaster’s Guide: Function meets beauty!

This review was done using the writers personally owned copies of the product Adventures in Middle Earth: Loremaster’s Guide I knew when I was reading the Adventures in Middle Earth Player’s Guide I would need to give equal attention to its fellow rulebook the Loremaster’s Guide. The Player’s Guide was well written and seemed to cover quite a bit of …

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What is the OSR (Old School Revival) and why you should care!

What exactly is the Old School Revival? Roleplaying games came into being during the mid-1970’s. While ideas and practices of Roleplaying existed some years before, It can truly be said that Gygax, Arneson, Barker, and others truly fleshed out the first formalized rules. Since that halcyon time, an explosion of games has spanned the test of time. Everything from Runequest, …