Public Domain Reviews Directory
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Public Domain Reviews – Legendary Games Products
Ancient Tombs – Endzeitgeist’s Full Review
“Alex Riggs, Anthony Adam, Jason Nelson and Loren Sieg deliver in this pdf BIG TIME.
This is a book I frankly didn’t exactly know what to expect of at first; then, it suddenly dawned on me – this is one the glorious book that I like to call “GM-enhancers.” It begins with context and inspiration and then proceeds to deliver details, useful tidbits etc. – this is, in short, a book specifically designed to enhance lackluster modules, to fill in blanks. If you needed a great representation of an evocative concept, if you need a good trap or critter to splice into a module – well, there you go.
This book is a veritable treasure trove of fantastic ideas, concisely codified details. And better yet, these aspects are not just fluff; quite the contrary. Delicious crunch, expertly-crafted, married to a wide assortment of cool tricks and tools of the trade, renders this book a must-own recommendation for pretty much any GM who is looking for a means to enliven and enrich tomb exploration, even beyond the confines of Mummy’s Mask. In short: This is amazing. 5 stars + seal of approval for this all killer, no filler tome. ”
What are reviews good for?
I am always on the look out for reviews as they are great sources of information. They show me where I get things right and more importantly, where I get things wrong.
Yes, it can be soul destroying at times. The pain is worth the learning that can be gleaned from it.
Reviews not only tell you how you are doing, they tell you where to grow and improve. They also act as a barometer to the desires, wants and needs of the public in general.
When you view a review like that, every review is priceless.
Author: Anthony Adam
Updated: 2018/10/03 09:54