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G*M*S Magazine turns three!

Yes friends, three years ago G*M*S Magazine started as a means to write my own reviews and stir up some interest in games, as well as get new games to write the reviews of.

As it turned out, I didn’t get anywhere as many games as I thought I would, I got more reviews than I thought I could and the website became bigger than I ever thought possible.

Servants of Gaius: Corebook

Servants of Gaius is a game of intrigue and investigation. It comes with a complete alternate history setting but is perfect for any Roman campaign.

The Haunting of Larvik Island

For centuries the legendary exploits of the mighty warlord Larvik have inspired storytellers and adventurers. Despite his glory, Larvik’s fortunes were lost in the war between his sons following his death. What remains is a dangerous island that bears his name and the legend of its treasure accessible only once every 35 years.

Abandon All Hope: Sins of the Past

Continuing the ongoing saga of survivors aboard the mammoth prison-ship Gehenna, this adventure takes your band of convicts through treacherous areas, be they chilly parts of the vessel or picking their way through the complex relationships forming and reforming amongst various gangs struggling for power.

Ragin Swan releases Bard’s Tales

Raging Swan Press have released Bard’s Tales, a PLAYER’S RESOURCE by Megan Robertson. Compatible with the Pathfinder Roleplaying Game, the stories, tales and songs within are compatible with almost any fantasy roleplaying game system.