Lisa Pondsmith Archive

  • Night City (Cyberpunk 2020) Night City is a 184-page sourcebook, with two pages devoted to interior cover/editorial/TOC, leaving us with a mighty 182 pages of content, so let’s take a look!   This review was moved up in my reviewing queue due to me receiving a print copy of the book in exchange for a fair review. I am going to break my usual format big time in this review, so a few things: The book features b/w-artworks and maps, two-column standard, and the layout is great. The print copy is a softcover, and ridiculously inexpensive for the amount of content provided.   So, first things first – this book is pretty rules-lite: While there are fully statted NPCs herein […]

    Night City (Cyberpunk 2020)

    Night City (Cyberpunk 2020) Night City is a 184-page sourcebook, with two pages devoted to interior cover/editorial/TOC, leaving us with a mighty 182 pages of content, so let’s take a look!   This review was moved up in my reviewing queue due to me receiving a print copy of the book in exchange for a fair review. I am going to break my usual format big time in this review, so a few things: The book features b/w-artworks and maps, two-column standard, and the layout is great. The print copy is a softcover, and ridiculously inexpensive for the amount of content provided.   So, first things first – this book is pretty rules-lite: While there are fully statted NPCs herein […]

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  • The Memoirs of Auberon of Faerie (Falkenstein) This supplement clocks in at 125 pages of content, already accounting for editorial, covers, etc. –so quite a lot of material!   This review was moved up in my reviewing queue due to me receiving a print copy in exchange of a fair and unbiased review. This review is based on the print-version of the book.   All right, as you know by now, I tend to write Falkenstein-reviews in character, but here, this is not feasible, as the content within this book contains a plethora of metaplot spoilers. As usually, we have a book here that is written in character, which means that, in spite of having quite an impressive amount of […]

    The Memoirs of Auberon of Faerie (Falkenstein)

    The Memoirs of Auberon of Faerie (Falkenstein) This supplement clocks in at 125 pages of content, already accounting for editorial, covers, etc. –so quite a lot of material!   This review was moved up in my reviewing queue due to me receiving a print copy in exchange of a fair and unbiased review. This review is based on the print-version of the book.   All right, as you know by now, I tend to write Falkenstein-reviews in character, but here, this is not feasible, as the content within this book contains a plethora of metaplot spoilers. As usually, we have a book here that is written in character, which means that, in spite of having quite an impressive amount of […]

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