Gingerbread Archive

  • Gingerbread Kaiju This game-pdf is 13 pages long, 1 page front cover, leaving us with 12 pages of content, so how does this work?   Well, first skip to page 10, which includes a tasty gingerbread recipe and instructions to make Gingerbread. 2 pages contain a total of 8 silhouettes you can print out, cut and then put on the gingerbread to make your characters – for this is all about gingerbread monsters fighting the delicious fight.   In order to play, not much is required – 1 Gingerbread Kaiju per player, 1 deck of standard playing cards and a d12. Optionally, icing can be used to make the Kaiju more detailed (and tasty!) and the game also requires some […]

    Gingerbread Kaiju

    Gingerbread Kaiju This game-pdf is 13 pages long, 1 page front cover, leaving us with 12 pages of content, so how does this work?   Well, first skip to page 10, which includes a tasty gingerbread recipe and instructions to make Gingerbread. 2 pages contain a total of 8 silhouettes you can print out, cut and then put on the gingerbread to make your characters – for this is all about gingerbread monsters fighting the delicious fight.   In order to play, not much is required – 1 Gingerbread Kaiju per player, 1 deck of standard playing cards and a d12. Optionally, icing can be used to make the Kaiju more detailed (and tasty!) and the game also requires some […]

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  • Gingerbread Golem Swarm This pdf is 2 pages long – 1 page SRD/editorial, 1 page content – so what do we get?   Essentially, we get Jeff Lee creating a Gingerbread Golem Swarm that clocks in at a nasty CR 7. Not only are these menaces immune to magic (and swarms that are immune to magic are a PAIN), they may vomit liquid gingerbread on victims, potentially encasing them in gingerbread and suffocating them – funny, yet also potentially very dark: Two thumbs up – also due to the proposed alternate rule with a weakness to bite attacks.   Conclusion: One page, not much space to make editing mistakes (though I didn’t notice any here and time has shown that […]

    Gingerbread Golem Swarm

    Gingerbread Golem Swarm This pdf is 2 pages long – 1 page SRD/editorial, 1 page content – so what do we get?   Essentially, we get Jeff Lee creating a Gingerbread Golem Swarm that clocks in at a nasty CR 7. Not only are these menaces immune to magic (and swarms that are immune to magic are a PAIN), they may vomit liquid gingerbread on victims, potentially encasing them in gingerbread and suffocating them – funny, yet also potentially very dark: Two thumbs up – also due to the proposed alternate rule with a weakness to bite attacks.   Conclusion: One page, not much space to make editing mistakes (though I didn’t notice any here and time has shown that […]

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