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In the company of Kappa

True, our humour is not always understood by others, we find the sound of breaking bones to be hilarious, but we amuse ourselves first and others second. We love loud jokes, large meals and a good wrestling match. There are many stories told of us, that we eat children, or delight in drowning swimmers.

Touch of Character

This pdf by AGES Gaming is 13 pages long, 1 page front cover, 1 page editorial, 1 page ToC, 1 page SRD, 1 page back cover and some paragraphs of the sponsors. That leaves approximately 8 pages of content.

Haunting Signals

The pdf kicks off with three levels of hauntings and offer a staple of haunting-like things that happen in such areas. While they are ok, they suffer from being a bit generic – I wouldn’t have needed the pdf to make these modifications. I guess a novice GM who has never tried to feature a haunted location in his campaign might benefit from them, though.

Tommy’s Take on Noir Knights

This was actually the review I was preparing to do, when I did the Savage Suzerain one instead. Noir Knights is set in a Suzerain realm called American Grit, and shows up in the Savage Suzerain plot point campaign.

The Edge Of Night review

The Edge of Night is an adventure for Warhammer Fantasy Roleplay 3rd edition. Written by veteran of Warhammer universe Graeme Davis, it did promise from the very beginning to be an interesting product. Coming from Fantasy Flight Games, it did also promise to be of very high quality production.