In Review: August 13, 2017

What I’ve read this week.


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Adventure Lookup. A search database of published adventures. Searchable by publisher, setting, system/edition, environment, notable items, boss monsters, and common monsters. Includes adventures TSR, WoTC, Paizo, DMs Guild, DriveThruRPG, and other 3rd party sources.

Creature Loot D is for Dragons (and a few others) Part 2, Creature Loot E & F. Two more parts of an excellent ongoing series from the tastefully named Jon Gazda. He’s been going thru the Monster Manual and in the tradition of earlier editions, listing what of value you can make from the monster’s corpse.

Narrative Initiative. Christopher Delvo of Loot the Body gives us another interesting initiative variant.

Click! Now What? A bit from Jacob Huebsch at Kobold Press giving a variant use of the Angry DMs click trap idea.

10 Things to Find in a Goblin Guard Room. Creighton Broadhurst at Raging Swan strikes again with another great list.

Cozy Catacombs: A Demonstration of Flux Space. Beloch Shrike at Papers & Pencils gives an example of what he calls “flux space“. Flux space being the connecting areas in a point crawl.

Adamantine Dragons. Joshua Jackson at Tribality gives us the first in a series of planar dragons.

The Heart of Darkling, Map 1B – The Demon Halls. Another Dyson original.

Heart of Darkling - The Demon Halls

Lionheart. A new fighter archetype from Middle Finger of Vecna.

Angel Tactics. One of my favorite series out there, The Monsters Know What They’re Doing. Here Keith Ammann gives us the combat tactics of devas, solars, and planetars.


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