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Dungeon Solitaire

I’ve been away from the game table for a few weeks, but have kept myself busy with a card game called Dungeon Solitaire by Matthew Lowes. The original version, subtitled Tomb of Four Kings was released last year and can … Continue reading

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Barrowmaze II

(Note to Googlers: Unlike my previous post, this one is about Barrowmaze II and is not a session report.) So Barrowmaze II has been released, and since I supported it on Indiegogo I was able to download a copy. I’m … Continue reading

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In the Shadow of Mount Rotten

I bought another module lately from Faster Monkey Games, this one called In the Shadow of Mount Rotten. It’s a sourcebook for playing goblinoid PCs and also provides information for a region called the Rotlands. Grognardia has a review. The … Continue reading

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Barrowmaze

My latest PDF purchase is Barrowmaze from Greg Gillespie. It’s a classic old-school megadungeon with an undead theme. It fits well with the campaign background of Mutants & Magic, involving the overthrow of the Necromancer Kings prior to the rise … Continue reading

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Lesserton & Mor

A while back, I picked up Lesserton & Mor from Faster Monkey Games. It’s a sourcebook for a vast ruined city (Mor), and the town inhabited by its descendants (Lesserton). Its approach is quite innovative, providing tables for the referee … Continue reading

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Gods Eyes

I just picked up Anomalous Subsurface Environment from Henchman Abuse. It’s quite excellent and I recommend it highly. One element that I’ll definitely swipe for my wahoo post-apoc setting is the concept of “Gods Eyes”. Here is some text from … Continue reading

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