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Excellent translation of Golariontadkil —
This is one of the best books set in a campaign setting that I have read. As fiction it is paced well and has developed characters that are interesting explorations of archetypes within the medium. As a game based narrative, I found none of the interpretations of mechanics distracting, and the portrayal of the world in line with my expectation.
I'll follow this writer into whatever he writes. It was like listening to a friend.
Best set so fartadkil —
Several improvements here over previous sets. Each mini is part of a set of six, so you can print off one page and have a complete set for an encounter. Alternatively, you have enough different styles of hell knight to mock up a very interesting party of bad guys. Style is pure Ashton Sperry and a plus in my book.
Brilliant detailtadkil —
This is an absolutely stunning mini with great surfaces for working detail. The pose is dynamic and fluid and captures a moment of frantic duress. Painted it for the two weapon fighter in our game of Council of Thieves so the red and black theme I chose would no doubt cause Valeros some dismay. Regardless, very, very fine mini!
Beautiful but the base has issuestadkil —
This is an intricately detailed miniature with excellent contour and surface for working detail. Unfortunately, the tab is thicker than the slot for its base. This requires a bit of work to mount the mini as a result.
Pathfinder Module: Masks of the Living God (PFRPG)Paizo Inc.
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CSI: Tamrantadkil —
This is an compelling narrative housed in an effective and elegant design. The investigation of the Cult of the Living God engages players through the use of their skills and plays like a crime drama. The final series of encounters were greatly anticipated and thoroughly enjoyed by my players. Excellent and commendable work.
If you ever wondered...tadkil —
how we got here from there, this series will show you. central to my experience reading these books has been a broader understanding of how speculative fantasy evolved. When I read Brackett or Wellman or Cline or Moore, I can see what informed a character like Roland and how King plotted his path to the Dark Tower, or how the characters of the Song of Ice and Fire are in many ways refractions of these heroes.
As fiction, some of these books are among the best I've read, while some are as familiar and guilty as a a second donut. In all, they speak volumes about the genre, and about the gaming hobby that was launched by imagination fed by these writers.
This has become the number one game played at my house this summer. Instead of being clustered around the XBox playing with kids in Taipei, my kids are now clustered around the kitchen table playing with kids in the neighborhood. Absolutely a wonderful game that is easily accessible for all ages.
Solid. Exciting. Distincttadkil —
"Never get off the !@#$in' boat man!"
This episode is part Heart of Darkness and part African Queen. It summons elements of Apocalypse Now and immerses players quickly in a dark world that is its own and is clearly Paizo.
This created very memorable moments in play, and had two of my players so cranked up they could not sit down for the final three scenes.
Requires a strong narrative sense to run well, but a great tool in the hands of a veteran DM.
Set the stage for Cherryh, Bradley, Lackey, etc.tadkil —
Moore writes in tight and fine prose and animates characters that are well defined. The world she constructs has a consistent and authentic texture and is bolstered by rock solid, practical, internal logic.
Jirel is the seminal female protagonist of fantasy fiction. She exists on her own terms and in her own world. She is strong and fearless and gets to that place on her own terms. She is not a harlot, or shrew or any other male stereotype of female strength. Rather, she is a powerful woman who lives her life on her terms.
As fiction, it is fine and stands alone. As an excellent example of what the genre was built upon, it is outstanding.
Pathfinder Adventure Path #1: Burnt Offerings (Rise of the Runelords 1 of 6) (OGL)Paizo Inc.
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This will be Keep on the Borderlands for my sonstadkil —
My six year old and my nine year old are playing D&D for the first time. This is the setting I have chosen to use. Reading this took me back to Hommlett and the Keep, and I was immediately struck by the strength of the narrative, the effective use of detail, and the authentic and rich NPCs.
I can't think of a better why to introduce my sons to the game. "WE BE GOBLINS--YOU BE FOOD!"
To which my nine year old days, "They're bad Daddy! I squish my cricket and cast sleep."
My six year old says, "Power attack for full. I don't want them eating ME!"