Hello, everyone! Today’s Bookshelf post is a review of Kobold Press’s Deep Magic: Clockwork Magic. This small supplement mostly serves players with a new source of magic and provides new spells for most casters, and is the first of over a dozen Deep Magic supplements produced by Kobold Press in 2016.
Ultimate Bestiary: Revenge of the Horde by Nord Games, Kickstarted in September 2016, is a supplement designed as a part of Nord Games’ Game Master’s Toolbox series. The book is designed as a ready-to-run source of content for the typical monstrous races – Kobolds, Gnolls, Goblins, Okiti(Rat people), from cultures to potential combat encounters(listed in tables for those of you who like to roll your encounters), maps, and even stats for a player character belonging to these races.
Hello, everyone! This review is long overdue in light of the trip I took at the beginning of the month, but here is the review for Demon Cults & Secret Societies!
Appropriately enough, Demon Cults & Secret Societies funded on Halloween night 2016. Thoroughly impressed with Tome of Beasts earlier in the year, I anticipated similar quality. Since I am more interested in Fifth Edition than Pathfinder, I wrote this review specifically focused on the 5e version (though most of its thematic content should remain the same between both versions).
This is Part 2 of the review for A Touch of Class. You can view Part 1 here.
Hello, everyone, and happy Friday! To continue the review of A Touch of Class, I’ll be tackling the remaining four classes: The Feywalker, The Morph, the Noble, and the Occultist, and addressing my overall thoughts on the book.
Hello, everyone! I have to start this article with a bit of an apology – something happened with the automated posts scheduled to run while I was out of town, and regrettably, I failed to keep backups for those posts. To make up for it, I aim to rewrite the missing articles and catch back up in the coming week! To begin with, here is the first part of a review for A Touch of Class, by EN Publishing. Because the book in question introduces seven fully-designed classes, I’ll have to break this review in two, with the second part to be released this Friday.