Past Archive

  • Past Lives: Secrets of Reincarnation This pdf clocks in at 32 pages, 1 page front cover, 1 page editorial, 2 pages of introduction, 1 page ToC, 1 page SRD, 2 pages of advertisement, 1 page back cover, leaving us with 23 pages of content, so let’s take a look!   Reincarnation in d20 and its derivatives, ultimately (and undeservedly so) often boils down in relevance to being a subpar version of returning the dead to live and a plot contrivance. This pdf’s mission-statement is to change this. Formatting-wise, this is achieved via the introduction of a so-called past-life profile – and no, that is NO chosen by the player. A past life profile conveys a series of bonuses to a […]

    Past Lives: Secrets of Reincarnation

    Past Lives: Secrets of Reincarnation This pdf clocks in at 32 pages, 1 page front cover, 1 page editorial, 2 pages of introduction, 1 page ToC, 1 page SRD, 2 pages of advertisement, 1 page back cover, leaving us with 23 pages of content, so let’s take a look!   Reincarnation in d20 and its derivatives, ultimately (and undeservedly so) often boils down in relevance to being a subpar version of returning the dead to live and a plot contrivance. This pdf’s mission-statement is to change this. Formatting-wise, this is achieved via the introduction of a so-called past-life profile – and no, that is NO chosen by the player. A past life profile conveys a series of bonuses to a […]

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  • Ponyfinder: Forgotten Past This massive book clocks in at 72 pages, not including front cover, ToC, SRD, etc. – that’s pure content, so let’s not waste any time and dig right in!   This book was moved up in my review-queue due to me receiving a print copy of it in exchange for a critical and honest review.   Forgotten Past, the 3rd Ponyfinder book I am to analyze, begins with a brief elaboration on the history that shaped Everglow, and it has some, concept-wise, rather intriguing ideas: For once, the very notion of exploring crypts, dungeons, etc. is seen as a challenge; a kind of heroic real life extreme sports event for the curious and brave, if you will. […]

    Ponyfinder: Forgotten Past

    Ponyfinder: Forgotten Past This massive book clocks in at 72 pages, not including front cover, ToC, SRD, etc. – that’s pure content, so let’s not waste any time and dig right in!   This book was moved up in my review-queue due to me receiving a print copy of it in exchange for a critical and honest review.   Forgotten Past, the 3rd Ponyfinder book I am to analyze, begins with a brief elaboration on the history that shaped Everglow, and it has some, concept-wise, rather intriguing ideas: For once, the very notion of exploring crypts, dungeons, etc. is seen as a challenge; a kind of heroic real life extreme sports event for the curious and brave, if you will. […]

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