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For a Song and a Dance
Publisher: NUELOW Games
by Jeremy M. [Verified Purchaser]
Date Added: 05/23/2020 14:06:11

Love it.

I always kind of roll my eyes when modern and modernish games make major historical figures into whatever – Abraham Lincoln is a vampire! Churchhill was a robot! Cleopatra was an alien! But oddly I really enjoy when they make minor historical characters funky and supernatural. Bessie Love as a Buffy-esque occult warrior? Come on!

The first section is the “Love Collection” – a Batcave style treasure trove of items Bessie has taken from her fallen foes. The Sharp Dressed Man collection is unique and awesome both, the Bethlehem Drums are less interesting to be but still well done.

Next section is skills and feats/talent trees. As it says itself in the intro in any 3.5ish game skills and feats have been done to death but there’s some nice stuff here. Depending on your group and how they like to play it straddles the line of a bit too silly for some, but that’s kind of the joy of it.

The next section is a couple random generators. One is for magical thrift store clothing. Cool idea, but random tables don’t do a lot for me. The other is for artifact destruction methods, again neat but not really my interests.

The last section is a template and talents for disembodied characters. Interesting and well done but nothing that blew me away.

Overall for a pay what you want product I rate it as fantastic. Well worth the suggested buck fifty.



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[5 of 5 Stars!]
Creator Reply:
Thanks for the review! I like hearing what does and doesn't work for people out there, both as a publisher and a designer.
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