WARNING: This review contains incidental spoilers for issues 1-3 of Pathfinder: City of Secrets and the 12-issue Pathfinder (2012-13) series. Advertisements
This week has come and gone and it’s time to play Pathfinder. I’ve been running Pathfinder for the last year continuous, using the Reign of Winter Adventure Path. My party is actually pretty awesome. Ciao, bella!
Tonight I’m JUST going to talk about my first impressions of the book since it’s a bit late in the evening. Le Guin introduces vocab fast and furious, and expects the reader to pick up enough through context to get by … Continue reading
So this is the last review of August Review Week. My next review week will be the week of September 8-15 and start with two card games: Kitsune: of Foxes and Fools and News Flash: Bad Decisions by Diamond Dust … Continue reading
The Everyone Everywhere List (Erik James Olstrud – $3.49 on drivethrurpg.com) The concept of The Everyone Everywhere List is simple: Provide random tables of names for multiple real-world cultures throughout history, so that if you’re scrambling for a name to hang … Continue reading
Pathfinder Player Companion: The Harrow Handbook (Paizo, Inc. – $12.99) The Harrow Handbook is one of the sub-line of inexpensive 32-page saddle-stapled player books for the Pathfinder RPG. Even though these books give invaluable world information at a low price, … Continue reading
Gaming for Cheap Bastards Day So here’s the deal: Role-playing games are EXPENSIVE. If you’ve been keeping a tally, so far I’ve reviewed Advanced Class Guide ($40), Inner Sea Gods ($40) Dungeons & Dragons 5th Edition (… ok, the Basic … Continue reading