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Furries Create Insanity - Volume 1
by Benjamin H.
Publisher: Furries Create Insanity
Date Added: 01/18/2016 14:44:18
Furries Create Insanity - Volume 1 If you are unfamiliar with the furry fandom, or are new to fandom, buy the second volume first. The first volume did create some fantastic laughs and terrible jokes for one of my furry friends, her boyfriend, her brother, and myself (I am a furry as well). However, my friend and I found this pack to have a little too many strange sexual things that don't represent the entire fandom well. It does have fantastic cards in this volume that are not in the second volume; but, I would suggest waiting for the second volume to be officially released and buy it first....

Rating:
[4 of 5 Stars!]
Pathfinder Adventure Card Guild Season of the Shackles Complete Set
by Steven S.
Publisher: Paizo
Date Added: 01/09/2016 08:28:54
Pathfinder Adventure Card Guild Season of the Shackles Complete Set Excellent set of cards. Only issue I noticed was the cut was not centered, leaving very little border at the top and extra at the bottom. Merely an aesthetic complaint that does not affect the usability of the cards.

Rating:
[4 of 5 Stars!]
Chick'n Butt (chicken butt)
by Randall M.
Publisher: WidgetInk
Date Added: 12/23/2015 12:18:37
Chick'n Butt (chicken butt) Gave this to over a dozen of my family members for Christmas, have yet to play it without laughing our heads off.

Rating:
[5 of 5 Stars!]
The GameMaster's Apprentice: Base Deck
by Daniel L.
Publisher: Larcenous Designs, LLC
Date Added: 12/21/2015 21:52:13
The GameMaster's Apprentice: Base Deck You've probably seen randomized decks of cards for RPG seeds before. But I doubt you'll find the competition half as useful as the Gamemaster's Apprentice. Most randomize decks have one or two things on offer in a single draw. A name? Or perhaps a picture? The GMA stores a whopping 14 (!) random elements. Drawing a few of these cards is like reading part of an awesome story all on it's own. In fact, this is how I most often use my deck; as prompts for new directions in short fiction. Plot flagging? Draw a card. Need a name? Draw a card. Did the hero make the jump? Draw a card. How credulous is that guard? Draw. A. Card Different randomizers have different levels of usefulness, depending on your situation. The Names randomizer alone is worth the price (never run out of NPC or supporting character names again!). As other reviewers have said, I generally prefer to roll dice myself. However, it's nice to know the cards can stand in if you've left your dicebag at home. I haven't made ...

Rating:
[5 of 5 Stars!]
It's Not My Fault! (A Fate Accelerated Character & Situation Generator)
by Aaron G.
Publisher: Evil Hat Productions, LLC
Date Added: 12/07/2015 15:42:13
It's Not My Fault! (A Fate Accelerated Character & Situation Generator) I'm a huge fan of oracles and random generators like this. Add on to the top of it some easy to understand FAE Aspects, Stunts, and Approaches all on one card, and you get a fantastic little deck that packs a big punch. I plan to use this deck to introduce some traditional gamers to Fate. It should go fantastically.

Rating:
[5 of 5 Stars!]
It's Not My Fault! (A Fate Accelerated Character & Situation Generator)
by Scott A.
Publisher: Evil Hat Productions, LLC
Date Added: 12/07/2015 14:31:12
It's Not My Fault! (A Fate Accelerated Character & Situation Generator) We love this quick and easy game. This will be a mainstay for local game days and Games on Demand at conventions. I hope more comes out soon.

Rating:
[5 of 5 Stars!]
It's Not My Fault! (A Fate Accelerated Character & Situation Generator)
by Benjamin C.
Publisher: Evil Hat Productions, LLC
Date Added: 12/06/2015 12:28:27
It's Not My Fault! (A Fate Accelerated Character & Situation Generator) Running this with 2 first time fate players and one experienced player, this proved to be a great introduction to the fate system. Getting people to stop laughing held things up more than learning the system. Picking familiar "classes" generated stats for them, and providing a thematic stunt for each gave them interesting toys to play with, but avoiding option paralysis of having things wide open. Picking up the rest of the mechanics from there was fairly simple, particularly since it uses the 6 fate accelerated approaches. I think in our game every approach got used but careful, but that one's omission was mostly just a side effect of teleporting naked into an arena just as the beasts were released. Only one person had a 3 in anything, most people had several 2s and stunts that made them better, so there wasn't much issue of spamming one aspect. Except for the con-man's compulsive clever lying, but again, that was unique to the situation and really helped make the scene dramatic...

Rating:
[5 of 5 Stars!]
Light Rail
by Noel W.
Publisher: Smart Play Games
Date Added: 12/01/2015 14:06:05
Light Rail I received this game in the mail just last week, and finally got to try it yesterday. I really enjoyed it! The production values are excellent and the gameplay is simple enough to teach quickly, but deep enough to make really interesting choices and strategies. I am a big fan of Carcassone and Tsuro and I could see their influences (they are explicitly listed as inspirations for Light Rail). If you like those games, or well designed products in general, I would highly recommend this one!

Rating:
[5 of 5 Stars!]
The GameMaster's Apprentice: Sci Fi
by Kay S.
Publisher: Larcenous Designs, LLC
Date Added: 11/07/2015 00:06:21
The GameMaster's Apprentice: Sci Fi I really like these cards. There aren't a lot of options like this for Sci-Fi, which is what I primarily run. I Kickstarted these, so I started by doing the Print and Play option. MISTAKE. 1) It eats up a lot of ink - just look at all that black. (I did know this going in, of course, but it didn't really *hit* me until I was about a third of the way through. 2) Cutting them out was tedious. 3) I didn't quite get them cut out to size so I had to RECUT all of them if I wanted to sleeve them. Which meant I went back and ordered the printed copy! Wasted my ink and my time, alas. Hopefully this review will save someone the trouble? Or at least better prepare you! Anyway, the printed copy comes on 60 cards, front and back. I don't really like that - I'd have preferred 120 cards printed with just the one side. That said, the cards are nicely printed. I'd never ordered cards from DriveThru before and I am very happy with the result. The colors a crisp, the words are clear and the card...

Rating:
[4 of 5 Stars!]
Angelic Knight
by steven r.
Publisher: drbjr
Date Added: 10/27/2015 06:19:59
Angelic Knight I appreciate the quality of this artwork as I used in in Rite Publishing's In the Company of Angels. This being my favorite piece, and I expect I will come back when I do In The Company of Fiends And while it might be a bit on the pricy side for interior stock art, I found a solid value in it, and think its priced just right for cover illustration. Steven D. Russell Rite Publishing

Rating:
[5 of 5 Stars!]
Angel Warrior
by steven r.
Publisher: drbjr
Date Added: 10/27/2015 06:18:13
Angel Warrior I appreciate the quality of this artwork as I used in in Rite Publishing's In the Company of Angels. And while it might be a bit on the pricy side for stock art, I found a solid value in it. Steven D. Russell Rite Publishing

Rating:
[5 of 5 Stars!]
Stock Art - Knighthood
by Joe W.
Publisher: 1manstudio
Date Added: 10/23/2015 08:58:41
Stock Art - Knighthood Sorry, this style of art seems to lose its detail when it is enlarged. When you look at the thumbnail it looks pretty good... but then when you get the actual image the art looks a little cartoony. If you're going to keep the full image as a 1/4 page image or smaller it can work, but not anything larger.

Rating:
[3 of 5 Stars!]
Bloodstorm - The Corporation Card Game
by Michael H.
Publisher: Brutal Games
Date Added: 10/19/2015 20:45:03
Bloodstorm - The Corporation Card Game I was specifically interested in this game because it offers solo play as well as cooperative play for up to 4 players. Thematically, it delivers a gritty cyberpunk vibe. I've completed a couple of games now and it's super simple to learn and fun to play. I was up and running in about 5 minutes with only one referral to the rules after. You select an agent card which is your character. From there you draw five cards and play all five. To win, you must get through the entire deck without dying. There are Environment, Hostile, Equipment, and Tactics cards. Environment cards assign a specific condition to overall gameplay while Equipment and Tactics cards benefit your character. Hostile cards offer your opposition and there's XP for slaying them and a level up mechanic for your agent. Overall I dig it. It's light hearted but offers just enough complexity to stay interesting for awhile. My only complaint is that the Agent cards have a level 1 side and a level 2 side. Apparently th...

Rating:
[4 of 5 Stars!]
Fantasy Landscapes
by Richard W.
Publisher: Dungeon Secrets
Date Added: 10/16/2015 15:24:53
Fantasy Landscapes These illustrations are really nice, the artist has done an excellent job. Note that the images are 2480 x 3508 pixels (A4, 300 DPI), but there's enough space at the top/bottom of each image that you can easily resize and crop them if you prefer US letter size.

Rating:
[5 of 5 Stars!]
Infinity Plot Deck
by Matt K.
Publisher: Chrome Rocket Publications
Date Added: 10/13/2015 13:21:29
Infinity Plot Deck A deck of 44 cards plus 1 instruction card, 9 per page. While many of the cards are decent, and the concept is good, they're just executed very, very poorly. First, they're not as genre generic as they could be: "A ninja emerges from the shadows" "A small scale terrorist attack occurs" "You encounter a time traveller" (to be fair, this is one of three "jokers" deliberately OTT) Finally, these are clearly meant to be printed and cut out, but they're not print friendly, offer one paper format, are full of typos and generally feel like they were rushed out without being reviewed by a third party for quality....

Rating:
[2 of 5 Stars!]
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