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A place to review tabletop RPG systems and associated materials. Reviews of independent and established systems, supplements, and more are encouraged.

A WIP

Rules:

  • Please mark posts with [Review Wanted] / [Review] and name of system. Do not spam - 1 request per project per 2 week period.

  • Keep all criticism constructive

  • Be civil - the person you're critiqueing now, may be reviewing your work tomorrow. It is acceptable to disagree. It is unacceptable to be rude, use slurs, inflammatory, or downvote based on disagreement.

  • No personal attacks, even if the designer isn't a member of the subreddit

  • Do not link to, request, or otherwise encourage piracy

  • Limit Kickstarter or other crowdsourcing links to one link and one follow-up reminder.

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Mythic Bastionland - game system review

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2024/04/10
19:36 UTC

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Supplement Reviews: 100 Witches and 100 Dangerous Plants

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2024/03/15
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Reasons you may (or may not) enjoy Candela Obscura (MY turn to review!)

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2024/03/05
04:14 UTC

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Speaking of Sundara: "Merchants of Sundara," And Coming Full Circle

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2024/03/01
18:11 UTC

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Review: Cube World - Temple of Naga Malicinda

Temple of N. M., like the other Cube World adventures, is compatible with Lamentations of the Flame Princess rules. And it's beautiful in its efficiency.

https://profesnpc.blogspot.com/2024/02/temple-of-naga-malicinda.html

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2024/02/22
06:17 UTC

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Is it me or are RPG reviews routinely fucking dreadful?

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2024/02/18
06:20 UTC

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Unboxing The TTRPG "Army Men: A Game of Tactical Plastic"

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2024/02/06
22:37 UTC

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Scholar’s Review #68: Sourcebook: Shemarrian Nation

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2024/01/18
02:59 UTC

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Megan Mogg's Top 5 TTRPG Picks for New Players - Discover Your Next Adventure!

Hello TTRPG fans, Megan Mogg here! If you're just dipping your toes into the vast ocean of tabletop role-playing games, or if you're looking to introduce this fantastic hobby to your friends, I've got some great recommendations. Here are my top 5 TTRPGs that are perfect for beginners, based on my personal gaming experiences:

  1. Dracouroboros RPG (Beta) - Topping my list is the incredible Dracouroboros RPG. I was extremely fortunate to be part of the early playtest group, directly with the creator, which was an amazing experience. The game, initially set for a late 2023 release, is now slated for early 2024. Its intuitive gameplay is ideal for newcomers, making it easy to jump into a world of adventure and creativity. The unique feature of turning your gaming memories into comics adds a charming and personalized touch to the experience.

  2. Dungeons & Dragons (5th Edition) - A staple in the TTRPG world, D&D 5th edition is wonderfully welcoming for beginners. Its focus on storytelling over complex mechanics makes it a perfect entry point into the world of fantasy role-playing.

  3. Fiasco - Looking for something off the beaten path? Fiasco is your game. It's a GM-less game that revolves around crafting intense, often hilarious stories. It's easy to learn, quick to play, and a whole lot of fun.

  4. Star Wars: Edge of the Empire - For the Star Wars enthusiasts out there, this game immerses you in the beloved universe with engaging stories and unique dice mechanics. It's a fantastic way to experience the force of RPGs.

  5. Monster of the Week - This game is inspired by shows like Buffy and Supernatural. It's all about battling monsters and being the hero, with an approachable rule set that's great for RPG first-timers.

No matter your experience level, these games promise adventures, laughter, and memories. So gather your friends, pick a game, and start your journey into the magical world of TTRPGs!

#TTRPG #TabletopGames #Dracouroboros #RoleplayingGames #GamingCommunity #d&d #fiasco #starwars #monsteroftheweek

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2024/01/17
11:47 UTC

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Speaking of Sundara: My Top 3 Picks From "Guilds of Sundara"

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2024/01/13
17:09 UTC

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Speaking of Sundara: Towns of Sundara (Talking About The Former Deal of The Day)

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2023/12/19
13:34 UTC

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[Review/System Generic] Supplement Review: "100 Witches" and "100 Dangerous Plants"

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2023/12/11
16:33 UTC

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Speaking of Sundara: My Top 3 Picks From "Sellswords of Sundara" (Archetypes and Subclasses)

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2023/12/02
15:54 UTC

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D&D One-Shot Review (Horror Edition): "The Curse of Sapphire Lake" and "Ghosts of Sorrow Marsh"

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2023/11/08
16:15 UTC

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