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0one's Blueprints: City of the Dead
by Megan R. [Featured Reviewer]
Publisher: 0one Games
Date Added: 01/01/2019 11:43:47
0one's Blueprints: City of the Dead Cemeteries can be fascinating places to visit - you may be chasing cultists, smacking down undead, or gloating over an enemy's demise (and maybe even dancing on his grave!). Or perhaps you are a necromancer in search of more supplies. Whatever reason you have for sending the party to a graveyard, here's a good one to send them to. The introductory notes explain the limited customisation that's possible. You can switch on or off the heavy background 'fill' (for ink-saving purposes), you can also remove or display a grid, the furniture depicted, or numbers. Play around, see what you like best. There's also a few ideas about how you could use this set of plans, and a generic key - a lot of which isn't relevant here, it's the standard one that appears in all sets of 0one plans. The first plan shows the entire cemetery, which is a quite large walled one on a slight hill. It's probably located outside a city, but sometimes you'll find it within city limits - especially if the city has ...

Rating:
[5 of 5 Stars!]
Heroic Maps - Storeys: Hall of the Mountain King
by JD S.
Publisher: Heroic Maps
Date Added: 01/01/2019 06:37:54
Heroic Maps - Storeys: Hall of the Mountain King As usual, these maps are of unrivaled color and quality, but they are very small; too small for an encounter with ranged weapons or a group larger than 4 PCs, many 5 if they tend to bunch up and not maneuver much.

Rating:
[3 of 5 Stars!]
Aquemna-Class 10,000 ton Fuel Tanker
by JD S.
Publisher: Nienhaus Games
Date Added: 12/31/2018 11:40:00
Aquemna-Class 10,000 ton Fuel Tanker This product is definately not for those who use Virtual tabletops. And given the amount of ink cartridge-killing black on the floorplan sections, printing it out would cost a lot. Stuck with Future Armada or Shadowplans for better quality work. Overall, you do get a lot of statistics, but the ship deckplan is uninspired even by Traveller standards.

Rating:
[2 of 5 Stars!]
0one's Blueprints: Drow Outpost
by Megan R. [Featured Reviewer]
Publisher: 0one Games
Date Added: 12/31/2018 07:44:47
0one's Blueprints: Drow Outpost This set of plans depicts a well-constructed subterranean fortress that guards a tunnel. It's a tough nut to crack, but the daring may be able to conquer it, despite it being a comprehensive establishment well-suited to its role and to long-term habitation by its Drow defenders... of course, even if it was built by Drow, you may decide that they have moved out and been replaced by other forces, or even opportunists! The introductory notes provide several ideas for adventures using the outpost, but there's plenty of scope for your own adventures... The fortress has several levels, described as 0, 1, 2, and -1 (this last being in the shape of a spider and which would make a good temple to Lolth. Being subterranean, there is no 'ground level' as such, although for internal logic level 0 probably can be considered so - it is the first level presented and has a front door! And a back one, for that matter. The first plan, Level 0, provides for an open approach guarded by two towers bet...

Rating:
[4 of 5 Stars!]
High Seas Fleet, 2nd Edition Annex Booklet
by Charles H.
Publisher: Admiralty Trilogy Group
Date Added: 12/30/2018 22:53:46
High Seas Fleet, 2nd Edition Annex Booklet Ditto, missing data from version one. Wish i had looked more closely to notice the omissions.

Rating:
[2 of 5 Stars!]
DRAGONLOCK Ultimate: Dungeon Starter Set
by Chris T.
Publisher: Fat Dragon Games
Date Added: 12/30/2018 14:53:48
DRAGONLOCK Ultimate: Dungeon Starter Set I am thoroughly impressed! The level of detail, and support for printing the product, is top notch! I'm sold!

Rating:
[5 of 5 Stars!]
Heroic Maps - Storeys: Grim's Gullet
by Chris M.
Publisher: Heroic Maps
Date Added: 12/30/2018 04:00:42
Heroic Maps - Storeys: Grim's Gullet Absolutely amazing, incredible detail. Only thing to note- the description notes that it's 300 dpi when it's actually 330 dpi; so if you're using a virtual tabletop, just be aware that the size provided is incorrect.

Rating:
[5 of 5 Stars!]
Sci-Fi Style Buildings
by Scott W.
Publisher: WargamePrint
Date Added: 12/29/2018 15:44:28
Sci-Fi Style Buildings I really like these buildings! I could print a thousand if I had that much ink! The textures you can choose from are nice and there is plenty of variation with alternative fold lines to make different styles of buildings. They look great on the table and I've already got some playing time with them. However, there's just one thing stopping me from giving it five stars and that's a lack of instructions. I've been building paper models for years so have good experience with them. Even with this experience I have a hard time figuring out the catwalks and whether or not to glue certain folds or not on the buildings. New comers to the hobby might struggle here. All in all a great set of buildings! Just needs some instructions! :)...

Rating:
[4 of 5 Stars!]
5150 No Quarter - Mecha Combat
by Marco R.
Publisher: Rebel Minis
Date Added: 12/29/2018 10:32:09
5150 No Quarter - Mecha Combat Disclaimer: this is not a review of the game's rules. I didn't even get to the game part because this book is just awfully presented and I grow more enraged every time I pick it up. Chapters should be concise and focused, instead they're broken into many numbered paragraphs and sub-paragraphs that interrupt the flow of reading. Some fundamentals aren't explained in detail (ie: movement). Some rules are not even used in the game but explained nonetheless (ie: star powers). Some rules that could be explained in one simple sentence are broken into bullet points and examples (ie: activation roll). Tables aren't organized. The book is littered with long and repeated explanations of things that shouldn't be explained at all (ie: how to use a table and my most hated feature of all: "Here's how we do it:" is written 63 times. A rulebook is exactly that, an explanation of how things work). Several fundamental rules of the Chain Reaction system are explained backwards. I bought this...

Rating:
[1 of 5 Stars!]
Heroic Maps - Lair of the Black Dragon
by DGM D.
Publisher: Heroic Maps
Date Added: 12/28/2018 06:44:40
Heroic Maps - Lair of the Black Dragon Beautiful map, detailed and great for a capstone to an adventure. The map size is quite large 70+ MB for VVT such as Fantasy Grounds and will require some resizing out of session if you don't want FG to crash. No VVT friendly size is included.

Rating:
[5 of 5 Stars!]
Random Encounters: Pack 1
by Jack N.
Publisher: Trash Mob Minis
Date Added: 12/28/2018 04:05:18
Random Encounters: Pack 1 And this is the place where I found the best looking Owlbear to use for my game. Minis are packed pretty well on pages so you can save some paper during printing too. Thank you!

Rating:
[5 of 5 Stars!]
0one's Blueprints: Hill of Many Dungeons
by Megan R. [Featured Reviewer]
Publisher: 0one Games
Date Added: 12/27/2018 10:30:07
0one's Blueprints: Hill of Many Dungeons If you have ever visited the Valley of the Kings in Egypt, you probably dreamed of exploring the numerous tombs to be found there. This is the next best thing, a hill with no less than five separate dungeons riddling it. The notes suggest that if you prefer, you can interconnect them or even dispense with the hill and stack them to create a multi-level complex. Several suggestions are provided for what you might put in them but ultimately it's up to you! The first map provides an overview: the complete hill with all five dungeons outlined. Like all the maps, it's available in either blue or black and white, and you can make limited modifications by means of checkboxes on the blue version (which affect both, so if you want to use the black one, you set up what you want to see on the blue one). Most of the dungeons have entrances from the hillside (one has several), but one in the middle has no obvious means of ingress. Next up is Dungeon Number 1, which is a purpose-built tomb wit...

Rating:
[4 of 5 Stars!]
Wyrms& Warlocks: Fantasy Caverns
by Sean E.
Publisher: Goblinoid Games
Date Added: 12/25/2018 23:03:45
Wyrms& Warlocks: Fantasy Caverns The maps have interesting shapes and the grid lines are helpful but the large black negative space wastes a TON of printer toner. These are expensive to print as a result.

Rating:
[2 of 5 Stars!]
Heroic Maps - Storeys: Down The Well
by DGM D.
Publisher: Heroic Maps
Date Added: 12/25/2018 16:00:15
Heroic Maps - Storeys: Down The Well Highly detailed map with plenty of story potential, it comes with files for VTT such as Fantasy Grounds, plenty of mystery to be had.

Rating:
[5 of 5 Stars!]
'65: Squad-Level Combat in the Jungles of Vietnam
by Arturo P.
Publisher: Flying Pig Games
Date Added: 12/25/2018 04:54:30
'65: Squad-Level Combat in the Jungles of Vietnam Great game, but certainly not very printer-friendly. - Four card-face sheets (6x3 cards) = 457 x 305 mm (use Arch B), individual cards are poker size (62 x 88 mm, B8) - Two counter sheets = 270 x 190 mm (use A4) - Four counter sheets = 259 x 201 mm (fit tight in A4) - 6 half maps = 198 x 279 mm (use A4) - One generic card-back sheet = 203 x 271 mm (use A4) Please put the cards in 9x9 sheets (A4) so we can print them easily, if possible with better contrast.

Rating:
[4 of 5 Stars!]
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