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Even More Magical

Posted: November 12, 2004

Fantasy Hero Grimoire II is packed full of even more spells for the Hero System than before. With ten new categories, you'll be set for anything from Arcanomancy (a rather meta magic) to Song Magic, where words really can harm you.

Knife In The Back

Posted: November 11, 2004

Gamma World isn't exactly a setting full of warm fuzzy feelings and easily trusted people. Of course, if it were, it wouldn't be so much fun. Cryptic Alliances & Unknown Enemies gives you allies, rivals, and communities that may help you or hate you. Now if you could just figure out which was which . . .

Somewhat More Deluxe Than Ever!

Posted: November 10, 2004

If you've ever found yourself trying to convince your friends to invest in Moisturized Radios, Addictive Sushi, or Mentholated Umbrellas, you've probably been playing The Big Idea. Now you can hone your marketing skills with The Big Idea: Semideluxe Edition, with new cards and an actual box.

Real Physics, No Waiting

Posted: November 09, 2004

For those who want the gritty crunch of real physics in their tactical space combat game, but don't want to take several years off to acquire a degree in astrophysics, Attack Vector: Tactical gives you amazing 3-D space combat that even elementary school kids could play.

Crank Up The Volume

Posted: November 08, 2004

The competition is fierce (and odd), and now it's back for a better, badder battle with Battle of the Bands: Encore Edition. It comes with dice! There's a card tray! Fifteen more cards means more rock 'n' roll!

Ommminous Hummmmm

Posted: November 07, 2004

Schlock never went anywhere, but if he had, he'd be back now, and he's on a Schlock T-Shirt that you really ought to buy. I mean, do you want to be the one to tell him no? Especially when he's pointing that at you.

Fuzzy, Yet Fierce

Posted: November 06, 2004

Off the Wall Armies are miniatures of a different sort, with anthropomorphic animals in classic historical military garb. The Otterman Light Cavalry Bowman and the Otterman Heavy Cavalry are the weasel-riding cavalry of the Otterman Empire.

Beyond Cyberpunk

Posted: November 05, 2004

CyberGeneration is the roleplaying game of the children of cyberpunk, and how the kids are fighting back long after the corporations won. The first supplement for the game in years, Researching Medicine sends you into the murky depths of medical research and how far people will go to get the information they want.

Informative, Yet Stylish!

Posted: November 04, 2004

Queen of Wands is not only a snazzy webcomic, it has a shirt for every need. Too many lawsuits for assaults? Warn people off with Bites When Provoked. People forgetting to look you in the eye? Point them in the right direction with Me. And you can proudly proclaim your origins with Made In.

Down In The Jungle

Posted: November 03, 2004

If it bleeds, you can kill it. But not everything bleeds in these jungles, and there are some things lurking behind the foliage that can do worse than kill you if you disturb them. Weird Wars: Tour of Darkness takes you into a Vietnam War that's even darker than you thought.

Warehouse 23 Top Ten

Posted: November 02, 2004

Check out Warehouse 23's top selling items for October at the Warehouse 23 Top 10 page.

So A Guy Walks Into A Bar . . .

Posted: November 01, 2004

Kick. Love Tap. Freedom. Sound familiar? Must be another night at the bar, and Beer Money is at stake. You've played the game; now put on a shirt to keep that annoying slippery blood off your chest.

Fruit Comparisons

Posted: October 31, 2004

If you haven't heard of Apples to Apples, where have you been? If you have, note that there's now a conveniently bundled Party Box available, as well as the Expansion Crate One supplement for the limited-edition version that was packaged in a spiffy wooden box.

All Across The USA

Posted: October 30, 2004

The FBI may not have the spies and legal powers outside the United States that some government agencies do, but within its jurisdiction, it's a force you don't want to underestimate. FBI d20 details the organization and its uses in roleplaying games, along with related classes, feats, and the like.

Mythic Vistas

Posted: October 29, 2004

Green Ronin Publishing takes the d20 System to new places with its line of campaign settings. Trojan War is set in the heroic age of mythological Greece, while The Red Star Campaign Setting pits revolutionaries against the Skyfurnaces and armies of a corrupted regime.