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Written Review – The Universal Storytelling System

The Universal Storytelling System was created by Derek Knutsen, and it’s a total flip on the RPG genre. Instead of dice the system uses playing cards, but not how you’d think. I got the chance to play at Who’s Yer Con this year, and here’s what I thought!

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Written Review – Volo’s Guide to Monsters

Wizards of the Coast takes a new turn on the conventional bestiary with Volo’s Guide to Monsters, a new supplement for Dungeons & Dragons 5th Edition. This book goes deep into the lives and societies of the denizens found in the D&D world, all while providing what a GM needs to get his monster on!

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Video Review – Savage Worlds Deluxe Explorer’s Edition

Pinnacle Entertainment created Savage Worlds, a tabletop RPG, many years ago. Today the game system still runs strong, and I got the chance to check out the Deluxe Explorer’s Edition, which presents you with everything you need to run a Savage Worlds campaign. Homebrewing is abundant with this system, so join me as I call upon my friend, Savage Man, to help show off this unique RPG.

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Written Review – D&D 5th : Out Of The Abyss

Out of the Abyss takes players deep into the Underdark and provides 15 levels of excitement. Explore races such as the Drow, Duergar, and more with this new supplement for Dungeons and Dragons 5th Edition!

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Written Review – D&D 5th : Curse of Strahd

Visit Barovia, the home of Castle Ravenloft in D&D 5th’s adventure, Curse of Strahd! Encounter terrifying monsters, powerful trinkets, and a twist of fate in this publication by Wizards of the Coast.

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Written Review – Dungeons & Dragons: Sword Coast Adventurer’s Guide

Dive into the Forgotten Realms with the Sword Coast Adventurer’s Guide and tailor your character to your wants with new spells, sub-classes, and more. Peek into the world you are about to live in with beautiful maps and history and figure out if this needs to be in your collection.

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