Repost: Review of Pasión de las Pasiones

You’re not imagining things, this is a repeat post from two years ago. I’m trying to do some self-care right now and save myself stress so I’m reusing this information, but also if you’re like me and spent the long weekend obsessing over Encanto then this might also be of renewed interest.

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Review of Root TTRPG

I’ve been waiting a long time to tell you folks about this one, but finally the Root Tabletop Roleplaying Game is available to the public! I’ve never played the Root board game and only know about it generally, but I hopped on the Root RPG Kickstarter based on the design team and critter-centered theme. It was a very good move.

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The Noël Pantheon for Holiday Fun

It’s the end of the year and that means holiday time! People celebrate all sorts of different occasions at this time of year but my family celebrates Christmas. This year I’m celebrating that by playing around with the Noël Pantheon by Oskar Orn Eggertsson and it’s definitely getting me in the holiday mood!

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STA Player’s Guide Review

I’m here today with a review of the Player’s Guide for Star Trek Adventures, an awesome resource for the whole STA gaming group. Last week I wrote a post on Continuing Mission about it but I only made it halfway through. You’ll have to go to that site for the first half but I wanted to bring you, loyal readers, the second and (dare I say?) most exciting part of it.

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Shackleton Expanse Campaign Guide Review

I’m here to talk about the Shackleton Expanse Campaign Guide, the much-anticipated setting book for STA‘s sandbox region of space. Mark Compton already gave his thoughts on the book and Jim Johnson gave us an interview as well.

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Orun Review

From New Agenda Publishing, Orun is a “Post-Apotheosis, Afro-Centric, Space Opera”… which is a lot to wrap your head around. As I learned in my interview with author Misha Bushyager some time ago, Orun was written to explicitly get away from some of the default assumptions in a sci-fi setting. In doing so, the publishing team has made something that is accessible to gamers but also new and strange in some truly wonderful ways.

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