Hello, everyone! Today’s Bookshelf post is a review of Kobold Press’s Deep Magic: Clockwork Magic. This small supplement mostly serves players with a new source of magic and provides new spells for most casters, and is the first of over a dozen Deep Magic supplements produced by Kobold Press in 2016.
Hello, everyone! First I must apologize for the late article today – I’ve had a miserable cold for the past week, which has thrown my update schedule even further out of whack. Thankfully this update isn’t as late as the articles following my trip last month, so I hope to get my regular Monday/Friday schedule going next week. To start off your weekend, here’s a new subclass for the Bard, the College of Ruin.
Ultimate Bestiary: Revenge of the Horde by Nord Games, Kickstarted in September 2016, is a supplement designed as a part of Nord Games’ Game Master’s Toolbox series. The book is designed as a ready-to-run source of content for the typical monstrous races – Kobolds, Gnolls, Goblins, Okiti(Rat people), from cultures to potential combat encounters(listed in tables for those of you who like to roll your encounters), maps, and even stats for a player character belonging to these races.
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It’s long overdue, but this weekend’s article finally offers an explicit stat block for one of the Primordials – Zyagi, the Armored Tyrant.
Hello, everyone! It’s been quite the hectic month on my end, which explains the erratic update schedule – another semester of classes has begun, and I spent a surprising amount of time at the beginning of the month on the road, both rails and highway.