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Age of Night (Volume 1: Business Between Brigands)
by Penny S.
Publisher: Skirmisher Publishing
Date Added: 11/15/2018 22:23:34
Age of Night (Volume 1: Business Between Brigands) Engagng characters and a great story! Read it in a single sitting. Can't wait for Volume 2.

Rating:
[5 of 5 Stars!]
Age of Night (Volume 1: Business Between Brigands)
by Richard P.
Publisher: Skirmisher Publishing
Date Added: 11/15/2018 14:59:00
Age of Night (Volume 1: Business Between Brigands) Wonderful publication! I was so engrossed in this that I lost track of time and nearly forgot to review it. The art is amazing, anyone who has seen Amanda's other work for Skirmisher will already know what to expect - I've always loved the illustraions of Paros & co in the Necropolis and other Kos-related productions. The story itself is very engaging, don't want to give anything away but it's a fascinating read with its own mythology that is thoughtfully explained in the appendix. The characters are very likeable and very realistic, there's a good mixture of humour and emotion. However, much as I like the people it's the background and scenary details that I absolutely love. So much thought and care has gone into the world we see, I want to have adventurtes there! Great read, thoroughly recommend it....

Rating:
[5 of 5 Stars!]
Age of Night (Volume 1: Business Between Brigands)
by Jason A.
Publisher: Skirmisher Publishing
Date Added: 11/15/2018 06:51:00
Age of Night (Volume 1: Business Between Brigands) I really enjoyed this!. Great intersecting stories, funny, clever, and a neat underlying mythology. I dont think I could run a game as well as this story flows, and every character feels fully fleshed out, but with secrets that hopefully will be revealed in the next volume. Also, I really like the art, deep inking, great line work, the facial expressions and transformations are well developed and clear, adding even more than the dialogue. All and All, a good read, worth getting a print of it too if available...

Rating:
[5 of 5 Stars!]
Red Sickening Lights, Manila
by DSC T. G. C. _.
Publisher: White Wolf
Date Added: 11/05/2018 18:52:03
Red Sickening Lights, Manila Reposted from the discusion page. Red Sickening Lights Manila is the first book of a series. It presents interesting characters and an amazing setting. The book sets the scene for a war between several archbishops and the camarilla prince. Within the first chapter the character of Lazaro Gaspar, drags the reader into the story. The book feels like its part of the World of Darkness universe and not just a generic vampire story. We recommend that any interested in a good read, who does mind getting invested into the story, check this work out....

Rating:
[5 of 5 Stars!]
Dark Ages Clan Novel 4: Setite
by Lucas v. D.
Publisher: White Wolf
Date Added: 10/31/2018 02:33:39
Dark Ages Clan Novel 4: Setite Wow, what a book. In the beginning I was really wondering what direction the book would go in. My expectation was a epic manipulation scheme and dark god rituals. To my pleasing surprise it was quite a different story. Sure it did have manipulations and rituals, but it focussed more on the 'Good Guy' Setite, a family man and a good friend. It showed more of the clan that I never knew existed. The details are also a strong point: Egyptian terms in addition to the English and very vivid discriptions of the surroundings made it come to live. This was once again a very engaging novel that sucked me in deeper and deeper the further I got. The ending especially was very well in terms of climaxing the tention. I cannot say more without giving spoilers....

Rating:
[5 of 5 Stars!]
Club Anyone: An Interface Zero Novel
by Thilo G. [Featured Reviewer]
Publisher: Gun Metal Games
Date Added: 10/12/2018 04:15:03
Club Anyone: An Interface Zero Novel An Endzeitgeist.com review And now for something completely different! Club Anyone is a novel that clocks in at a total of 308 pages of content, with visual representations of the setting helping to envision the setting, TRIC city, on Mars. This review was requested by one of my readers. I have received a print copy of the book for the purpose of an unbiased review. It should be noted that this book contains well-written descriptions of sex, substance abuse and the like – these are not gratuitous, and they are written in a concise and well-presented manner, but I felt the need to state this for your convenience. While I try to be as SPOILER-free as possible in my discussion below, I do SPOIL some structural surprises that the book has to offer. I only do so in an abstract manner, but I do so nonetheless in my discussion below; if you like the notion of cyberpunk/scifi-noir, then check this out sans reading further; if you’re skeptical regarding the genre, then you may...

Rating:
[5 of 5 Stars!]
Wearing the Cape, Special Edition
by Tom G.
Publisher: Wearing the Cape Productions
Date Added: 10/11/2018 09:43:57
Wearing the Cape, Special Edition Wow. This is NOT the special edition of the roleplay book. It's the special edition of the novel. Why is that sold on DTRPG??? I thought I'd buy the roleplay :( If I'd wanted the book: The kindle version costs not even one-third... Update: I gave a better rating because of the kind feedback (offering a refund). Still I think this e-book is better hostet at https://www.drivethrufiction.com or the description should be absolutely clear that this is not the rpg rulebook.

Rating:
[4 of 5 Stars!]
Watch the World Die
by Rachel J.
Publisher: As If Productions
Date Added: 10/10/2018 15:50:26
Watch the World Die This is an extremely fun, if somewhat morbid, group game. My group usually plays a game of this before seguing into an Apocalypse World one shot. A lot of times we'll use this before running a game of The Quite Year as well! All in all a fun little group game about brainstorming how the world dies and usually takes about an hour to play.

Rating:
[5 of 5 Stars!]
Biology for Fantasy Settings
by Jonathan M.
Publisher: Skirmisher Publishing
Date Added: 09/20/2018 13:32:49
Biology for Fantasy Settings This is a must-have for world builders. It gives a broad but thorough look at how creatures can be adopted or survive in a multitude of settings and environments. Even if you're using an established setting, the information provided here can help you provide a large dose of the unexpected and do so with a better explanation than "Because I said so." Even in a fantasy setting, suspension of disbelief only goes so far. This book helps get more mileage out of it, largely by not requiring it in the first place....

Rating:
[5 of 5 Stars!]
W20 Cookbook
by Darryl J.
Publisher: Onyx Path Publishing
Date Added: 09/16/2018 03:44:47
W20 Cookbook Did not understand the usefulness of this book. Guess it's a "fun" product, but never going to crack this open again.

Rating:
[2 of 5 Stars!]
Endless Realms Art Book
by Kevin W.
Publisher: Lunar Games Inc
Date Added: 09/15/2018 07:36:04
Endless Realms Art Book The artwork in this book is absolulely breathtaking, and helps one's mind travel into the universe of a truly unique setting. Truly inspirational.

Rating:
[5 of 5 Stars!]
Endless Realms Art Book
by Jo R.
Publisher: Lunar Games Inc
Date Added: 09/15/2018 04:01:46
Endless Realms Art Book The art in this thing is absolutely beautiful, probably the best I've seen outside of a AAA video game! There are some unique appearances all throughout this book. It's refreshing to see one that doesn't confine itself to the typical "fantasy stereotypes" that you see in so many places these days, nor does it have a spin-off of those stereotypes (like 'elves that live underground!' or something equally as silly.) The artist goes pretty in-depth for their reasoning for the looks of the various races and enemies, and it all makes for a fascinating read!...

Rating:
[5 of 5 Stars!]
Endless Realms Art Book
by Erik S.
Publisher: Lunar Games Inc
Date Added: 09/14/2018 10:12:48
Endless Realms Art Book This art book had really great renderings and the commentary was really fun to read. I was able to show it to friends who don't normally play rpgs to get them interested in joining my next game of Endless Realms.

Rating:
[5 of 5 Stars!]
Courage and Steel (Erlik's Saga Book 1)
by Jennifer W.
Publisher: Four Fools Press
Date Added: 09/13/2018 22:30:07
Courage and Steel (Erlik's Saga Book 1) Thoroughly enjoyable stories, start to finish, and as the old saying goes, this tastes like more! Erlik's Saga is as good an adventure as can be found, chock-full of well-written action and supernatural intrigue. Vivid characters come to life so quickly, you'll devour this story and thirst for more. Michael C. Munson's illustrations and cover art lend focus and gritty realism to Erlik's Saga. Weregild (10 years prior to Tides of Fate) - Erlik Rowanson must prove himself to his chief and father, Efelwere the Ring-Breaker, who gives him command of the left flank, choosing him over cousin Adulwulf. The long-awaited clash between these two cannot be called simply a "fight" as you breathe the stench of bodies, snort at the kicked-up dust and taste the metallic heat of hearts-blood. The name of Black Erlik is well earned. Tides of Fate - Erlik the Black, Kinslayer, after a decade of raiding and reaving, returns to the windswept, rocky shores of his birthplace, and encounters a lovely...

Rating:
[5 of 5 Stars!]
Who's Who Among Vampires: Children of the Inquisition
by Customer Name Withheld
Publisher: White Wolf
Date Added: 09/13/2018 17:00:42
Who's Who Among Vampires: Children of the Inquisition While I like this book as a sort of "coffe table" book a book with a bunch of NPCs with tales. Not particularly useful in most games but a fun read none the less. However, I think they should put in the description that the PDF is missing the cover.

Rating:
[3 of 5 Stars!]
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