Date Added: 01/24/2018 10:16:10
The style of art is very consistent between images, which is something you don't see a lot of on here (especially in free/pwyw artwork like this). Images are of moderate resolution and are clean enough to be used right away.
Date Added: 01/24/2018 09:09:07
Much of the artwork on DMs Guild or DriveThruRPG is tailored to the usual fantasy stuff. Elves, dwarves, and the occasional gnome. Here is a pack of the lesser used goblins, a foe that appears in nearly every fantasy rpg you'll find! High qualiyt scalable vector graphics means you can use these in nearly any game and a very permissive license means you can remix and modify them to your hearts content!
Date Added: 01/23/2018 01:55:07
This FAC deck is an excellent investment if you play Shoot-Out Hockey. Using the cards really speeds up the flow of the game as all the results come off the cards rather than having to do chart lookups. And the cards themselves are top notch with rounded corners, thick stock and a smooth finish. A must buy for Shoot-Out Hockey fans!
This game might have been written for a younger audience in mind, but this game is absolutely hilarious for the adult as well. Especially, if you're an eco-minded composter yourself. More than one screaming laugh was heard while playing this game. Buy this if you want a light-hearted fun game for a party.
Love this deck. It gets my creative juices flowing just interacting with them.
My only issue is that they aren't Bicycle "Dura Flex" plastic cards, so they don't withstand the shuffling that they encourage. I imagine sleeves could mitigate that but I've never used sleeves and don't know how much they compromise the fun to be had, or which sleeves would fit the best, etc.
It's been a while since I really played magic. Back when I played I do't recall there being Planeswalkers. I don't see myself getting back into the game after reading this first volume either. With that being said I do see myslef intrigued by the world of Magic: The Gathering. The art here is nice and crisp. Each of the different planes has it's own feel and they pop off the page. Innistrad espically was beutifully colored. Many kudos to Martin Coccolo for the art and J. Edwin Stevens for the colors.
For plot it's okay. Dak Fayden is a Planeswalker and he has stolen an item and this has caused many people to be less than happy with him about it. Avoiding spoliers I will say that the pacing could have been a bit better, at times the action was overly rushed and I had to force myself to slow down and actually take in what was happening. Parts of the plot also are basic in their exection. So, while elements of the story were formulaic in their execution it was an enjoyable read.