Category: Reviews

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Review of Beyond the Wall – Further Afield

In the expansion volume of Beyond the Wall, our heroines are not only drawn behind the walls of the village, but into the far distance. The goal is to explore the world and defeat threats to the village in the region in order to protect their home from harm.

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Review of Arium: Discover

objects of the world. We can now use one of the created characters from Arium: Create or create our own character to play in this self-created world.

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Review of Neon City Overdrive

At its core, Neon City Overdrive wants to be a science fiction / cyberpunk game that sets a dark and dystopian tone. The author cites Akira, Altered Carbon, Blade Runner, Cyberpunk 2020, Dredd, Ghost in the Shell, Neuromancer & the Sprawl Trilogy, The Matrix and many more as influences.

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Review of ARC: Doom Tabletop RPG

ARC is a rules-light but atmospheric role-playing game. The core of ARC is a doom that can take place on a personal level or plunge the entire world into the abyss. Players take on the roles of heroes that stand against this doom and want to prevent it. The question is whether they are up to the task or the world changes because of their failure.

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Review of Mausritter

In Mausritter the players take on the role of little knights in a large and dangerous world. In Mausritter, magic is dangerous, beasts are powerful and the lands are wondrous. We are in a sword and whisker world, although the appearance of the people can change from setting to setting.

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Played: Descent into Avernus (DnD 5e)

Descent Into Avernus is a scavenger hunt in the true Railroad sense. It’s less about linear storytelling and more about chasing the story through dungeon crawls.

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Review of Tricube Tales

Tricube Tales is a small generic role-playing game that allows us to create a character in a few minutes and just start playing. The setting or genre is neither predetermined nor in the way.

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Played: Storm King’s Thunder (DnD 5e)

Queen Neri has been murdered and it looks like the small people are responsible. At the same time, Annam, the all-father of the giants, has broken the order of the giants. Every tribe and clan of the giants tries to get into the favour of the god of the giants through deeds and achievements.

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Isola, a stunning piece of art

Isola is an atmospheric and beautifully illustrated comic by Brenden Fletcher and Karl Kerschl. We learn quite quickly that the Queen of Maar, Olwyn, has been cursed into a tiger and is seeking the land of the dead, Isola, with her faithful companion and leader of the guard, Rook, and there the hope of reversing the curse.