Avatar Legends Review, Part 2

I’m back with the second half of my Avatar Legends RPG review. Last time I talked about character creation and the start of mechanics. I’m picking up right where I left off to give you the action-packed details!

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Avatar Legends Review, Part 1

Today I’m taking a look at the new Avatar: Legends RPG from Magpie Games, a Powered by the Apocalypse game based on the Avatar cartoon from Nickelodeon. If you’ve seen Avatar (or just now Googled it) you will know that it’s a martial-arts-heavy story with a lot of big emotions. How well does that translate into a game? Let’s take a look and see!

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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 Ward Acute Edition Review

Happy end-of-November everyone! Today I’m here with a game that I’ve been really enjoying lately and if you are celebrating a colonialist-but-family-oriented holiday this week (just hypothetically) you might want a quick and fun game to try. If that’s the case, I recommend you give The Ward a whirl.

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Review of Pasión de las Pasiones

Today I’m taking a look at a Powered by the Apocalypse game Pasión de las Pasiones by the amazing storyteller Brandon Leon-Gambetta. As the principle GM for the Protean City podcast you can be sure that Leon-Gambetta knows both awesome stories and PbtA so I have high hopes for this game. The fact that its designed to tell stories like telenovelas just seals the deal.

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