Book review – The Alchemist’s Revenge

By Paco Garcia Jaen The Alchemist’s Revenge is the first novel by Peter Cakebread, one half of the team Cakebread and Walton, fine purveyors of Role Playing Games, namely Clockwork and Chivalry, Pirates and Dragons, Renaissance and Airship Pirates. This novel is based on the universe of Clockwork and Chivalry, a dark time in England’s […]

Mice and Mystics

We all love a fairy-tale, right? Especially since we all know that those sanitized, kiddie versions Mum and Dad told us when we were little aren’t the real deal – we’re much too sophisticated for those, yeah? I mean the proper ones, the old-school versions, the ones with all the violence and pain and incest left in. Well, how’d you like to be the one experiencing the sharp end of all that nastiness, or indeed dishing it out? Here’s your chance brave traveller, if you’re sitting comfortably then I’ll begin to tell you a tale of daring and courage, of sorrow and remembrance, of Mice and Mystics.

Review: Charon’s Claw

By Paco Garcia Jaen You know, for someone who’s just 25, Drizzt Do’Urden has certainly lived a lot. He’s even survived the Spellplague and managed to remain a legend. Not bad going for someone who was cast out from his homeland for not being evil. Who would have thought! Drizzt has become one of those […]

Way of the Wicked Book Two: Call Forth Darkness

The second installment of Fire Mountain Games’ evil adventure path centred on serving Asmodeus is 106 pages long, 1 page front cover, 1 page editorial, 1 page ToC, 1 page SRD and 1 page back cover, leaving 101 pages of content, so what exactly do we get?

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