Rob Wieland Archive

  • Night’s Black Agents: Double Tap (GUMSHOE) This massive expansion book for Night’s Black Agents clocks in at 134 pages, 1 page front cover, 1 page inside of front cover, 2 pages of editorial, 3 pages of ToC, leaving us with 123 pages of content, so let’s take a look!   This review was moved up forward in my reviewing queue due to me receiving a print copy in exchange for an honest and critical review.   All right, so, if you recall my original review of Night’s black Agents, you’ll recall that I have received said book as a gift from a friend of mine and how much I loved it – however, there always remained one particular observation that […]

    Night’s Black Agents: Double Tap (GUMSHOE)

    Night’s Black Agents: Double Tap (GUMSHOE) This massive expansion book for Night’s Black Agents clocks in at 134 pages, 1 page front cover, 1 page inside of front cover, 2 pages of editorial, 3 pages of ToC, leaving us with 123 pages of content, so let’s take a look!   This review was moved up forward in my reviewing queue due to me receiving a print copy in exchange for an honest and critical review.   All right, so, if you recall my original review of Night’s black Agents, you’ll recall that I have received said book as a gift from a friend of mine and how much I loved it – however, there always remained one particular observation that […]

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  • 13th Age Bestiary (13th Age) This massive book clocks in at 240 pages. I have received the color hardcover version of this book for the purpose of providing an unbiased, critical review.   A task that has been harder than I thought at first. Why? Because it’s a “first bestiary/monster manual”-type of book. I mean, come on, how many ways can you say: “This book contains orcs, ogres, etc.” To me, as a reviewer, there is NOTHING more boring than the first bestiary, ESPECIALLY since the advent of 3.X.   Let me ramble for a second: When I began playing, bestiaries were actually that – they were fashioned after the medieval catalogues of fantastic creatures and thus provides stats, yes, […]

    13th Age Bestiary (13th Age)

    13th Age Bestiary (13th Age) This massive book clocks in at 240 pages. I have received the color hardcover version of this book for the purpose of providing an unbiased, critical review.   A task that has been harder than I thought at first. Why? Because it’s a “first bestiary/monster manual”-type of book. I mean, come on, how many ways can you say: “This book contains orcs, ogres, etc.” To me, as a reviewer, there is NOTHING more boring than the first bestiary, ESPECIALLY since the advent of 3.X.   Let me ramble for a second: When I began playing, bestiaries were actually that – they were fashioned after the medieval catalogues of fantastic creatures and thus provides stats, yes, […]

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