Reviews: Hollow Earth Expedition Supplements

July 7, 2015 from The Other Side
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Today I want to go through some of the supplements for Hollow Earth Expedition.  Each of these adds something I think necessary and needed to the game. Secrets of the Surface World I won't lie. I really, really like[...]
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Delving into AD&D, The 1st edition Player’s Handbook in PDF

July 7, 2015 from Bat in the Attic
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Yup! The PDF for the Advanced Dungeons and Dragons Player's Handbook is now available at RPGNow. While it does have the reprint cover it has the remastered searchable text and the file size clocks in a 5.3 meg. I still h[...]
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Review: Hollow Earth Expedition

July 6, 2015 from The Other Side
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The Hollow Earth has always been one of those fringe theories that always sounded like a lot of fun in a game.   I loved the Jules Verne tale "Journey to the Center of the Earth" and the movie based on it.  M[...]
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Hugo Neepery, the 2015 Edition

July 6, 2015 from Worlds in a Handful of Dice
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These past couple of posts I’ve been warning that I’ll be writing up a separate post discussing the Hugos this year. It’s a somewhat controversial topic this year. You may remember how last year we had [...]
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Welcome To Skull Tower, Part VI

July 5, 2015 from LizardGames
Filed under: dungeons & dragons, Old School, Review, RPG Hub 
Welcome To Skull Tower, Part VI Usury & Unicorns Well, There’s No Actual Unicorns. But Not Many Words Start With ‘U’. Usury & Ukeleles? Usury & Umbrellas? Usury & Unicycles? I Give Up We[...]
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July is Ubiquity Month

July 5, 2015 from The Other Side
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This July I want to spend some quality time with the Ubiquity system.  This is a "generic" system that goes after the same sort of games and crowd that Savage Worlds and Unisystem target. I tend to like Ubiqu[...]
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