Hello, everyone, and happy Monday! Hopefully, as you read this, I’m on the tail end of recovery from having my wisdom teeth removed(What a blast, right?). Of course, since it was in my review queue and it occurred to me that the thematic irony was too precious to pass up, I jumped straight to the back of the Deep Magic catalog and decided to review Blood and Doom.
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Hunters Mark: Long Live the Hunt funded on Kickstarter in March of 2016. Designed and illustrated by Gary Simpson of Game Natural, Hunters Mark aims to introduce a series of mini-adventures in which heroes take on dangerous monsters, craft weapons from their bodies, and then take on bigger and tougher monsters. Intended for release in April of this year, I received the PDF on October 30. Continue reading “Hunters Mark: Long Live the Hunt Review”
Hello, everyone! For today’s article, I’m introducing the final Primordial Profile for a while – Xil, the Swarm of Horrors. Xil’s motivation is one of animalistic hunger – its influence drives insects berserk. Because of this power, even intelligent insectoid races may feel an inexorable call to worship Xil.
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Hello, everyone! Today’s review is for Deep Magic: Rune Magic, the second in the Deep Magic series by Kobold Press. An altogether separate beast from Wizards of the Coast’s own Rune Scribe Prestige Class, Rune Magic introduces a Scandinavian motif well-suited for a campaign in the upcoming Midgard Campaign Setting.
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