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Thursday, July 04, 2013, 21:11

It Came From The Stars Campaign Guide

Most of my gaming time is devoted to the 4E campaign I run. I still participate in some 3.5 discussions and even joined a 3.5 play-by-post recently. I never jumped onto Pathfinder. As a long time Spelljammer fan, the kickstarter for It Came From The Stars Campaign Guide supplement caught my attention. Despite not expecting to use the book directly since it is a Pathfinder supplement, I joined the kickstarter.

I'm still making my way through the full book. The hardcopy is over one hundred twenty pages. While the pdf is over one hundred thirty. The difference is due to the change in formating. It makes the pdf easier to read on a widescreen which is nice. About a quarter of the book is player material. The majority of the gamemaster material is taken up by the three adventures.

Wednesday, June 26, 2013, 20:58

Races of the Shroud: Apelords

As a fan of Planet of the Apes, Gorilla Grodd, and Grommam, I've always like ape-men. The Apelord by One Bad Egg intrigued me as soon as I saw it on drivethrurpg. Since I'm currently running 4E and not playing, I put off purchasing it for a long time. One Bad Egg no longer exists but it's products are still available from Highmoon Games.

Races of the Shroud: Apelord describes a new race for players. It includes several new feats to enhance the Apelord. Additionally it provides some Apelord monsters for the DM to throw at players. Finally it closes with several adventure ideas to use the race.

Wednesday, May 11, 2011, 19:35

Using Kid's Colouring Book o Critters - Celebrity Edition

Sometimes gaming books languish in your collection without being used. You may not have time to read the information to use them. Or maybe your campaign couldn't incorporate the material at that point in the story. Here we have a suggestion on how to incorporate the Kid's Colouring Book o Critters. The book is unusual as it is designed to be both a supplement and a coloring book. It was created by two kids, age 6 and 10. The monsters found within are rather unusual.

Wednesday, August 26, 2009, 20:27

Endangered Races: Quasta Web Enhancement - Basic

Not everyone likes the d20 games due to their complexity. Thankfully numerous people have taken the system reference documents and created retro-clones of the older games. Presented here is the quasta class for the Labyrinth Lord game. For additional information and a picture of the quasta please check out Endangered Races: Quasta available from rpgnow.com and drivethrurpg.com.

Endangered Races: Quasta

Monday, June 15, 2009, 20:47

Endangered Races: Quasta

A bird like creature floats towards you. A single eye dominates the body the aberration. Numerous other eyeballs dance in the air above the body. She introduces herself as Ai-Ai-Lee. She has heard of your quest to discover the cause of blight affecting your hometown. Her people also suffer from failed crops. She wishes to join your search.

After the introduction of the GSL and the ending of the d20 system license various products became unavailable. Other material while still available is left abandoned with the original company gone or simply focused on other material. Endangered Races takes open game content and expands upon the original creation. The first in the series is the Quasta. Originally designed for a high technology setting, some modifications are needed to place the race in more traditional fantasy setting.

Worlds Within Worlds

Tuesday, March 03, 2009, 08:00

Worlds Within Worlds

After a series of mistakes, Lost Realms of Conflict shutdown. Una Corporation purchased the bankrupt Earthquakes Games. Many speculated about the reason but with no news interest faded.

The release of the binocular vision monitor heralds the return of the Lost Realms of Conflict. The immersiveness of the virtual reality display is unprecedented. Lost Realms of Conflict quickly tops the MMORPG charts but something is not right. Players begin to disappear. Can you discover the secret before it is too late?

Worlds Within Worlds describes how to run a campaign set inside a massively multiplayer online role-playing game. The book uses the 3rd edition d20 system. While the book does describe a fictional computer game Lost Realms of Conflict, it includes suggestions for creating new settings or adapting an existing computer game.

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