Coins of the Ancients: Solomon’s Pentacles

I took a long time to come around on the idea of props in a TTRPG session. I’m talking probably decades. Coins are one that I’ve been very drawn to the last few years, and the Coins of the Ancient’s series are some of my favorites. This is the second pack I’ve gotten, after backingContinue reading “Coins of the Ancients: Solomon’s Pentacles”

A Review of Irena’s Guide to Intrigue and Illusion

Irena’s Guide to Intrigue and Illusion is the second of Chamomile’s series of kickstarter 5e zines. Each of which is focused on a specific topic of D&D that’s always been a little wonky. This one, obviously, is focused around Illusion and Social skills. I’ve got a hard copy, and plan to review that, although theContinue reading “A Review of Irena’s Guide to Intrigue and Illusion”

A Review of Natalia’s Guide to Necromancy

Natalia’s Guide to Necromancy is the first of Chamomile’s series of kickstarter 5e zines. Each of which is focused on a specific topic of D&D that’s always been a little wonky. This one, obviously, is focused around Necromancy. I’ve got a hard copy, and plan to review that, although the art is screenshots and croppedContinue reading “A Review of Natalia’s Guide to Necromancy”

Review of The Black Lotus of Thalarion

I keep writing about Menagerie Press‘s stuff. It’s not because I know them, or get paid for it, or anything of the sort. I just genuinely like their approach. This is the third adventure of theirs I’ve kickstarted and finally got a chance to open it up and dig in. I backed the kickstarter, andContinue reading “Review of The Black Lotus of Thalarion”

A Review of Survival Panic

The original Resident Evil 2, along with Resident Evil: Outbreak are some of my favorite games of all time.  Both titles captured the tension of survival horror, keeping novice players on the very edge of their seat.  My review today has clearly taken inspiration from such titles in order to create, as the front coverContinue reading “A Review of Survival Panic”