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New and Interesting expansionJeremy Corff —
Drift Crisis is a new kind of book for the Starfinder line, full of ways to complicate your player's lives with twists on existing adventures and seeds for entirely new ones. Tons of great content and beautiful art.
Love itJeremy Corff —
This is a really neat idea Starfinder Society is trying and I admire the bravery and commitment being put forward to make it happen!
Expand your tool boxJeremy Corff —
Full of much needed gear, guns, armor, and items, the Armory is everything I'd hoped for.
Everything I wanted from Ultimate WildernessJeremy Corff —
Great race write ups, a fun new class (that doesn't require a ton of source books to play) and tons of information and systems to run a wilderness adventure or spice up the wilderness sections of any game. Definitely happy to add this one to my bookshelf.
Ruins and pirates and dinosaurs, oh my!Jeremy Corff —
Journey to Sargava, where pirates are rampant, ruins need exploring, and colonialism is very much a current issue! Another rousing tale of adventure staring Mirian and Jekka, further exploring the past of the Sargava region, and the themes of immigration and displacement. A must read.
Archeological adventure in a demon plagued wasteland!Jeremy Corff —
I've long been a fan of Knaak's work, so I was thrilled to see him come to the Tales line. Nor was I disappointed. I read Reaper's Eye within 24 hours of purchase, and enjoyed it thoroughly. Highly recommended.
A bit light, but a fun romp.Jeremy Corff —
Shy Knives is our first Tale from Sam Sykes. A solid romp with a lot of action, it is a fun read, but comes off a bit silly and a bit a shallow. That said, I'm interested in future stories from Sykes.
Starts with a tsunami, then things get toughJeremy Corff —
Journey with Jendara and her family to an island recently surfaced from the bottom of the sea, with strange alien spires and vaguely tentacular architecture. What could possibly go wrong.
Jendara continues to be a great protagonist - capable of tremendous heroism, yet grounded by her love for the simple life and her family. They have never been challenged like this though.
Another thundering tale of adventure and horror in the Steaming Sea from Wendy Wagner. Don't miss it!
Pathfinder Player Companion: Legacy of Dragons (PFRPG)Paizo Inc.
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Great Flavor, Great OptionsJeremy Corff —
While I usually like some sections of the player companion line, I very rarely like all of them. This is the rare exception. Excellent character options, monsters, and spells throughout.
Pathfinder Society Scenario #6–99: True Dragons of Absalom (PFRPG) PDFPaizo Inc.
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Kobolds are Best! Better than the rest!Jeremy Corff —
Full of memorable characters, hilarious situations, and so very many traps. A blast to play, even better than the goblin scenarios.
Pathfinder Legends—Mummy's Mask #1: The Half-Dead CityPaizo Inc.
CD Set/Download Bundle
Fantastic FunJeremy Corff —
I thoroughly enjoyed the entire Legends collection for Mummy's Mask. Originally I purchased them just to experience the adventure path, having never had the chance to play it myself, but I quickly found that the excellent voice work, effects, and overall production values were absolutely top quality.
If you like audio dramas even a little, I highly recommend the Legends Mummy's Mask collection.
Liars and Thieves, for a good causeJeremy Corff —
Another crime filled caper with our good friends Roderick and Hrym, picking up not long after their adventures in Jalmeray. This time they find themselves in among the honest, law abiding crusaders of Lastwall. Nightmare!
Once again, Pratt's deft hand for banter and lovable (well, mostly) cast of rogues is a delight to read. Highly recommended.
Undead Hellknights. 'nuff said.Jeremy Corff —
A dark story of unlikely romance, murder, and an evil so heinous it was disavowed by Cheliax AND the Hellknight orders. Great stuff!
Piracy Gets PoliticalJeremy Corff —
I love how the Pirate's series has grown. Pirate's Prophecy builds on the previous two novels to give us a story of proxy war political maneuvers and Golarion style super-weapons that does not disappoint.
I'm just holding onto that last star because I wanted to know more about Yami.
Pathfinder Campaign Setting: Inner Sea Races (PFRPG)Paizo Inc.
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Great Book, Great WritingJeremy Corff —
This book is great for rounding out the information on the various ethnicities and species in the Golarion setting, with sidebars on every one that explains in a nutshell what it is to be them and how others see them.
I will also forever cherish the section on Goblins. My spouse doesn't game, so I rarely get to share my passion for Golarion and Pathfinder with her. The goblins entry is so good it had us both in spades. Well done.
Gets the Blood PumpingJeremy Corff —
Journey to the haunted land of Ustalav, where the unquiet dead walk in the shadows of the living, cults and sects practice heresies in the night, and Golarion's most prominent novelist makes her home in the moldering former capital.
Join Larsa, dhampir agent of two crowns, and Jadain, untested priestess of Pharasma, as they are caught in the machinations of vampire politics.
A solid tale of adventure and suspense that offers a rare window into secrets of Ustalav.
Pathfinder Tales: The Compass Stone: The Collected Journals of Eando Kline ePubPaizo Inc.
Our Price: $5.99Add to Cart
Where Pathfinder was bornJeremy Corff —
I remember reading the start of these stories back when Rise of The Runelords first came out, and was pleased to see the whole collection available in one place.
In a lot of ways, Eando's story lays the groundwork for Golarion and the Pathfinder Society. Not to mention that much of the ground Eando covered in the Hold of Belkzen gets revisited in Lord of Runes.
In short, if you like Pathfinder, you are going to like the Compass Stone. It is the seed from which Golarion grew.
Epic Mwangi adventureJeremy Corff —
I've been making my way through the adventure path journal epubs, and this tale really stands out. A fantastic adventure, with the unique flair of the Expanse, and full of intriguing details and mysteries (lion riders! The unnamed tribe of shadows! The lost people of Kimbe!)
Such good stuff. I just wish it had been longer.
A great Mwangi adventureJeremy Corff —
Set in the secessionist colony of Sargava, Pool of Stars is a rolicking adventure with politics, archeology, and probably the most fully realized lizardman characters put to page. While I enjoyed Plague of Shadows and Stalking the Beast, HAJ's latest is frankly leaps and bounds above his previous Tales novels. Definitely pick this one up.
A sword and his manJeremy Corff —
Roderick and Hrym are back, and this time it's for 1001 Nights style adventure on the island of Jalmeray. It's got death cultist, more djinn than you can shake a lamp at, and the witter banter between man and sentient dragon-sword that you have come to know and love.
Pratt does not disappoint. Highly recommended.
Great Adventure and Intriguing CharactersJeremy Corff —
I'm always interested in Darklands adventures, something we don't get much of in the Tales line. More than that though, Akina and Ondorum are such an interesting pair that they really bring the story to life. Looking forward to more from Josh Vogt.
Radovan and the Count ride againJeremy Corff —
Another great addition to the growing legend of Count Jeggare and Radovan. This time the dark history of Varisa comes to (un)life for the pair to epic and deadly result. A must read.
A Great Planar WhodoneitJeremy Corff —
A solid Salim story elevated to greatness by Sutter's loving depiction of Kaer Maga and the expanded lore of Golarion that he brings to the tale.
Like Aliens, with wizardsJeremy Corff —
There aren't very many books in the Tales line that are straight up horror stories. This one is (Skinwalkers is another.) Isiem's journey into the Umbral Basin and points beyond is a classic haunted house story beautifully executed. Definitely worth the read.
Worth itJeremy Corff —
I have to say, I wasn't sure I'd like this book. Nidal, and all the torture implicit in the faith of Zon-Kuthon, was not something I wanted particularly to read about.
In the process of reading the book I discovered that all that just served as the background for Isiem journey - from cog in an evil system to trying to become a his own man. In the end I liked the book much more than I thought would.
Would definitely recommend!