ambition Archive

  • Tyrants of Saggakar: Path to Ambition This adventure clocks in at 41 pages, 1 page front cover,1 page SRD, 1 page advertisement, 1 page record sheet, leaving us with 37 pages of content, so let’s take a look!   This review was requested by my patreons as a prioritized review.   Now, this is an adventure for characters level 3 – 8, intended for use with the Tyrants of Saggakar living campaign, and as such, the pdf comes with 2 pages of patron notes, depicting briefings for factions. A pretty big plus: The module also features a wealth of different handouts – no less than 7 player handouts are presented, and while they are laid out like a regular page […]

    Tyrants of Saggakar: Path to Ambition

    Tyrants of Saggakar: Path to Ambition This adventure clocks in at 41 pages, 1 page front cover,1 page SRD, 1 page advertisement, 1 page record sheet, leaving us with 37 pages of content, so let’s take a look!   This review was requested by my patreons as a prioritized review.   Now, this is an adventure for characters level 3 – 8, intended for use with the Tyrants of Saggakar living campaign, and as such, the pdf comes with 2 pages of patron notes, depicting briefings for factions. A pretty big plus: The module also features a wealth of different handouts – no less than 7 player handouts are presented, and while they are laid out like a regular page […]

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  • Today, I want to take you back through a bit of my personal history: When the 3.5-days of old were winding down, I was disillusioned with much of the rpg-offerings out there: I didn’t like the encounter-format WotC was starting to promote, didn’t like the direction 4th edition was going, my go-to publisher Necromancer Games was on hiatus and I was not sufficiently active online to know about the “secret” small companies that didn’t show up at my FLGS. Then I bought “Burnt Offerings” – and liked it. I liked the gritty minor bits and pieces and thought “I’ll give this one final try”. I bought “The Skinsaw Murders” and “Hook Mountain Massacre”. And was blown away – here were […]

    Razor Coast Kickstarter, EZG and a Happy New Year!

    Today, I want to take you back through a bit of my personal history: When the 3.5-days of old were winding down, I was disillusioned with much of the rpg-offerings out there: I didn’t like the encounter-format WotC was starting to promote, didn’t like the direction 4th edition was going, my go-to publisher Necromancer Games was on hiatus and I was not sufficiently active online to know about the “secret” small companies that didn’t show up at my FLGS. Then I bought “Burnt Offerings” – and liked it. I liked the gritty minor bits and pieces and thought “I’ll give this one final try”. I bought “The Skinsaw Murders” and “Hook Mountain Massacre”. And was blown away – here were […]

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