The first of the supplements from Jon Brazer Enterprises for the upcoming Shadowsfall-products centred on the shadow plane, the latest Book of Beasts (the predecessor made it on my top-10-2011-list) is 52 pages long, 1 page front cover, 1 page blank inside the front cover, 1 page editorial/SRD, 1 page ToC, 1 page containing suitable monsters from the core-books (nice support for the DM!), 1 page advertisement, 1 page blank inside back cover, 1 page back cover, leaving 44 pages of content, so let’s check this out!
We sometimes forget there are other awards in the industry going on than the Ennies and we could have missed the chance of finding out about this stunning achievement. SPECIAL ANNOUNCEMENT Rogue Games is delighted to announce our products have received an unprecedented 25 nominations for the International Gamers Guild Gaming Genius Pro Awards, otherwise […]
By Paco Garcia Jaen It shouldn’t take more than a few pages for a book to capture the reader’s imagination. With this book it took me 5 pages. Margaret Weis is a legend. Without her and Tracy Hickman we wouldn’t have the Dragonlance. Just for that, all role players out there owe her an immense debt of […]
Dragonmeet has three types of activities going on. Lots and lots of games (both established and beta gaming), the trade floor where a few varied companies sell their wares, and last but not least the seminars, where leading people in the industry spend an hour each showing you what a nice bunch they are (no…. seriously… they’re amazing).
By Zachary Houghton Recently, I had the opportunity to play and review the newest role-playing game from Rogue Games, Shadow, Sword, & Spell (SS&S) . This game is designed with an eye towards pulpy, human-centric fantasy, with easily learned rules and a low price tag £8.79 for the printed version. Let’s see how well it […]