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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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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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Jeffrey Webb’s 7 of the Best: Inspiration For Writing Great Adventures and Campaigns

Jeffrey Webb’s 7 of the Best: Inspiration For Writing Great Adventures and Campaigns Written by Jeffrey Webb My Seven of the Best is geared toward the things that bring inspiration for the writing of great adventures and campaigns for my players.  The chosen 7 for this list are indicative of my favorite genres of game.  Sometimes I count “the best” …

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John Enfield’s 7 of the Best: Humor In Fantasy

John Enfield’s 7 of the Best: Humor In Fantasy Written by John Enfield When we think of high fantasy, we usually think of heroism, danger, wonder, horror, maybe even a bit of romance – but humor?  When done well, humor can be the best thing about a high fantasy story.  Here’re seven of the best examples of humor in high …