I put a little work into pitching a game of Spire to my gaming group and you, dear audience, get to be the lucky recipients! Today I present to you a tool to help navigate all the wonderful class options in the game.Continue reading “Flow Chart for Spire Classes”
I’m taking a survey look today at various supplements for Spire: The City Must Fall, an awesome and evocative game from Rowan, Rook, & Deckard. While the core book is bursting with fantastic detail and character potential, the authors have gone on to expand the world in a number of awesome ways and I think I owe it to the world to make sure these are all very well known.Continue reading “Spire Supplement Reviews”
I love the Eberron setting for D&D. I’ve gotten every official book put out since it debuted in 3e and I’ve bought a significant number of fan creations since it was opened up for the DM’s Guild. I’ve also written a ton about it here and on other sites… So clearly I’m excited about the latest book from Wizards giving official versions of the setting material for the game’s fifth edition.Continue reading “Rising From the Last War Review, Part 1”
I’m back with more about the fantastic 5e setting of Fateforge by Studio Agate. Last time I talked about character species and before that I gave a generalized introduction to the setting. Today, I want to talk about the other parts of the character equation: background and class.Continue reading “Fateforge, Part 3: Backgrounds and Classes”
Previously in this series we’ve looked at the setting and bloodlines for the Pathfinder adaptation Bloodlines & Black Magic. It’s a land of strange magics lurking just below the surface, dark shadows underlying familiar people and places. Today, we’re going to take a look at the game’s classes to finish up a profile on this modern fantasy game.