In our Legends Untold review, we take a look at a cooperative adventure game from Hugh Ducker and Inspiring Games. The post Legends Untold Review appeared first on Co-op Board Games.
Well, it’s been a while since I last posted on here, and while it’s true that of recent times I have just used the site as a way of promoting Grinning Skull Products (Which I can say, keep me very busy creating I may add) I’m here again to tell you about more of the same. […]
In our Comanauts review, we take a look at a cooperative storytelling game from Jerry Hawthorne and Plaid Hat Games. The post Comanauts Review appeared first on Co-op Board Games.
NPCs are a big part of any tabletop roleplaying game. Whether they are just passing characters with directions to the nearest town or long-standing background characters that your players have grown to love, every interaction adds something to the game. Having interesting and exciting NPCs can make the difference between a good game and a great game. For that reason we’ve put together the following list of 100 NPCs for you to use in your next fantasy adventure. Need a random encounter? Why not just roll a D100 and see who you meet. 1. A ‘reformed’ evil genius 2. Someone who believes ‘everything can be improved with magic’ 3. A PC’s sibling 4. A local historian who is overly keen for some ‘history’ to happen in their lifetime 5. Someone who has lost everything and is furious with the world 6. A teenager in love 7. A monarch who has lost their kingdom 8. A child that wants to grow up to be part of the PCs party 9. The world’s best forger 10. A dancer by day, an assassin by night 11. A terrib
In anticipation for the release of the new Emer IV sourcebook for Shadow World, we are pleased to announce the release of a short adventure by Terry K. Amthor: The Haunted Village. Pay what you want for this short adventure which includes stats for Rolemaster 2/ Rolemaster Classic and Rolemaster Fantasy Roleplaying / Rolemaster Standard System. Find this and all available Shadow World products exclusively on DrivethruRPG. Find out more
In our Chronicles of Crime: Welcome to Redview review, we take a look at the second expansion for the crime solving game Chronicles of Crime. The post Chronicles of Crime: Welcome to Redview Review appeared first on Co-op Board Games.
In our Maximum Apocalypse review, we take a look at a cooperative survival game from Mike Gnade and Rock Manor Games. The post Maximum Apocalypse Review appeared first on Co-op Board Games.
Last week I posted how I really advanced my work on the Gencon special by talking with my GMing team. Well, not only have I been able to make a lot of good work on that adventure, but by advancing the final part, the first part - which will premiere at Origins. Has also cleared up from my writer's block. All because the second part took shape! Now Part 1 of the Battle of Farelis is an adventure with a lot of story. There is much plot to be extirpated from it. Many significant NPCs with goals... As this is the first of the Saggakar Year Four adventure, I had to advance the story from last year's. With all my work on Akhamet and Rhym, I barely did any work on Saggakar in a year! It really was like reuniting with the old gang as the story and the plot I have been working towards for the first three years are now ready to come to fruition and the situation ready to explode! I am really pumped with this as I have been blasting encounters after encounters with like a million mini encounters in-between. This means
In our Against the Shadow review, we take a look at a cooperative horror-fantasy game from Schwalb Entertainment. The post Against the Shadow Review (Kickstarter Preview) appeared first on Co-op Board Games.
I happened on one of the DM's Guild Facebook Groups on a new author wanting to get some critique about his adventure. Jos-W put out an adventure called Perilous Nights in Eckwold by Dicey Games. He was asking for feedback on the adventure... and what better way to do so than to review it! So let's get to it, shall we? 1- Overall. The first thing I noticed about it is that the pdf is dry and without art (except for a set of maps at this end, an overall map with the distance of the main events would REALLY help). This felt like an Adventure League product in appearance. I will rate this as "okay", so 2/5. 2- Editing. I noticed a few issues here and there, nothing really jumped out at me. The issues were less with the English and more with the D&D terminology, like skill names having the wrong casing, magic items and spells not being italicized and capitalized. Okay. Okay, I'm an old and grumpy guy who focuses too much on these things. None of the issue prevented me from understanding, so I'll give it a 4/
In our Kingdom Rush: Rift in Time review, we take a look at a cooperative tower defense game from Lucky Duck Games. The post Kingdom Rush: Rift in Time Review (Kickstarter Preview) appeared first on Co-op Board Games.
In our Champions of Hara review, we take a look at a fantasy adventure game with multiple game modes from Greenbrier Games. The post Champions of Hara Review appeared first on Co-op Board Games.
In our Heroes of Terrinoth review, we take a look at a cooperative fantasy game from Fantasy Flight Games. The post Heroes of Terrinoth Review appeared first on Co-op Board Games.
Here we take a look at Hellboy: The Board Game, an upcoming cooperative game from Mantic Games based on the popular comic book series. The post Coming Soon – Hellboy: The Board Game appeared first on Co-op Board Games.