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Guest Review: The Maze of Zayene – Part I: Prisoners of the Maze

Guest Writer: Jason “Flynn” Kemp “The Maze of Zayene – Part I: Prisoners of the Maze” is the first of a four-part adventure series written by Robert J. Kuntz and published by Creations Unlimited. The back cover describes this module as “an advanced FRP adventure for four characters of skill levels 8-12. It is fully compatible with the most popular ADVANCED …

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Guest Review: I Hate Fairyland Coloring Book – Volume One: Madly Ever After

Guest Writer: Anisa Claire Adult Coloring Book I Hate Fairyland Coloring Book Volume One: Madly Ever After by Skottie Young If you’re familiar with the I Hate Fairyland comic series… Well, actually, even if you’re not familiar with the comics, but you enjoy a twisted adventure, you’ll love this gruesomely-hilarious coloring book companion. The coloring book contains line-art from Volume One …

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Guest Review: Decimation published by Aspen Comics

-This article was possible due to the gift of a review copy, QWERTY, and rolling natural 20s. Guest Writer: Katherine Cooper Butland Decimation is a new comic from the Aspen Universe, published by Aspen Comics. Featuring gorgeous artwork by Marco Renna and colours by Federico Blee and John Starr, this vibrant work is immediately eye-catching and appealing. The writing, by Vince …

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Guest Review: SHERLOCK: THE GREAT GAME #3 by Mark Gatniss

-This article was possible due to the gift of a review copy, QWERTY, and rolling natural 20s. Guest Writer: Stonie Williams Sherlock: The Great Game #3 Writer/Co-Creator: Mark Gatniss Co-creator: Steven Moffat Art: Jay. Lettering: Amoona Saohin Bad Samaritan? Somewhere in the city is a man with explosives strapped to his chest. He’s a hostage, forced to communicate with Sherlock. The real …

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Guest Review: Advanced Dungeons & Dragons: Greyhawk Adventures

Guest Writer: Matthew Stephen Sunrich Since its creation forty years ago, the Dungeons & Dragons roleplaying game has been associated with more than two dozen different campaign settings. Though they share many similarities, these settings were developed to showcase specific aspects of fantasy, to prevent gameplay from becoming stale, and to offer players a variety of options. Some were based on …

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Ghost Review: The Hidden Shrine of Tamoachan

Ghost Writer: Johnny “Danger” Morris The Hidden Shrine of Tamoachan, Adventure C1 by Harold Johnson and Jeff R. Leason is designed for characters level 5-7. It is the first in a series of modules from TSR called the Competition Series. It was originally used for the Advanced Dungeons and Dragons tournament at Origins ’79. The look and feel of this …

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Ghost Review: Puppetland – A Storytelling Game with Strings in a Grim World of Make-Believe

Ghost Writer: Christopher Bishop I was completely unsure what to expect when I chose Puppetland for review.  Part of the fun in reviewing games is sometimes stepping outside your comfort zone and trying new things you would normally pass by.  I recall seeing the Puppetland Kickstarter come about during the 2014 year, but at the time I was distracted with real …