Brian Ashford @ 2019-05-02 21:04:36
There's a sale on over at the DM's Guild which gives 15% off PDF *and print*. Does anyone know if there is anything worth buying?
Eric Nieudan @ 2019-05-03 07:53:08
Paolo Greco @ 2019-05-03 10:17:58
Mamading Ceesay @ 2019-05-03 15:45:14
Robbert Raets @ 2019-05-03 20:28:50
I got POD's of Lost Laboratory of Kwalish and the Seven Sisters, as well as Neal Stidham's Wizards of the Three Moons. The original package was delayed somehow, and arrived AFTER the replacement they sent me, so I have two copies of each. With the exception of the cover, the remastered-from-scan print quality of Seven Sisters looks fine to me.
Robbert Raets @ 2019-05-03 20:32:50
https://www.drivethrurpg.com/product/184349/Wizards-of-the-Three-Moons-Second-Edition (Trying out that link thing Paolo mentioned!)
Mamading Ceesay @ 2019-05-03 22:47:14
@Robbert, how well does the Second Edition address the criticisms in this review of the first edition? https://www.rpg.net/reviews/archive/17/17083.phtml
Robbert Raets @ 2019-05-05 08:21:22
Well, it certainly seems to me that the rules have been tweaked and streamlined from what is described in the review - but I understand the frustration regarding the mask & mandala, since those don't really come up in play much. However, I disagree with the complaint that the game needs more setting- to me, the point of the game is to invent the setting in play. (And to keep building on previously introduced characters, ideas and story elements.) For example, during our playtest, one of my wizard character (aka 'quest giver') He Who Sins Against Wheels, 's pawns, Esmeralda of the Salves (six of cups) was given to one of the other players, who assigned her the advantage Clone #1358. When the pawns were later faced with a challenge represented by a draw of the six of cups, we decided that the challenge consisted of an encounter with another clone of the same lineage.
Mamading Ceesay @ 2019-05-05 11:23:25
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