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Posted: October 25, 2004

With all of the drow running around on the surface, you'd almost wonder if there are any left underground. But apparently they're all holing up at Dezzavold: Fortress of the Drow, gearing up for war. Good thing you went looking for them, no?

The God Slayers

Posted: October 24, 2004

It's bleak. It's barren. It's hopeless. Big Eyes, Small Mouth d20: Everstone - Blood Legacy presents a setting where no one could possibly make a difference against the magical and mechanical terrors that reign. Er, except for the PCs, of course, who will have only moderate difficulty in changing the course of history.

Kung-Fu Triceratops

Posted: October 23, 2004

Rifts is full of magical and dangerous places to tromp through; take a look at a few more with China 2, where you find out how to stop the deadly Yama Kings, and Dinosaur Swamp, which speaks for itself. No guarantees of what will happen if you combine the two.

Magical Mojo

Posted: October 22, 2004

Forget dungeon crawl spells; what about when you're trying to bust up a drug deal, or during a high-speed car chase? And how are you going to protect your hard-earned cash from hackers who can dive into your bank's computers? d20 Modern: Modern Magic gives you the edge in the magical modern age.

Did We Cancel The Civil War Again?

Posted: October 21, 2004

Being a time traveler is tricky; when you're not fixing the fabric of history, you're trying to get back to your own timeline and the people, pets, and potted plants you left there. Early American Chrononauts is a clever little card game of taking an active interest in history.

Does This Sound Familiar?

Posted: October 20, 2004

Two factions of morphing giant robots wage battle across the face of the Earth, in a secret war that threatens to destroy any human unlucky enough to get caught up in it. No, not that series; it's Mechamorphosis, a complete campaign setting for the d20 System.

The Director's Cut

Posted: October 19, 2004

You already know that anime and the d20 System make for a clever mix of levels and point-buy, complete with flashy powers to really set your game apart. But if you've been waiting for the anime version to catch up with the d20 revision, wait no longer: Big Eyes, Small Mouth d20 Revised is already here.

Thou Impertinent Beef-Witted Lout!

Posted: October 18, 2004

Nothing is sweeter than heaping gratuitious invective on your friends. And now, there's finally a game that gives you an excuse for such vituperation! Abuse: The Final Insult.

The Important Things In Life

Posted: October 17, 2004

Every child at ps238 knows what's important: life With Liberty and Recess for All. The first collection about the super-powered children at that very special public school covers issues #0-5, and ps238 #7 is already out for even more precociously powerful fun.

Not My Folio!

Posted: October 16, 2004

Gasp! The horror! Your precious Mutants & Masterminds Character Record Folio has been stolen! Who could have done such a dastardly deed? Only the Foes of Freedom! Naturally, you'll want to pick up a copy of each by dashing to your superhero-appropriate vehicle to pursue the evil-doers.

Obligatory Dragon On The Cover

Posted: October 15, 2004

Nodwick and his employers tumble through yet another round of fantasy mayhem in Nodwick Chronicles IV, including the musical issue! (Yes. With lyrics and notes as to what tunes they're being sung to and everything. Really. Look, just go see for yourself.)

Sorcerous Supervillains

Posted: October 14, 2004

Take your Champions game to strange and powerful places with three new books. Galactic Champions sets you up for ultra-high-powered conflict, The Mystic World gives you a place to play, and Arcane Adversaries tells you who you'll be meeting while you're there.

Serious Chess

Posted: October 13, 2004

For the dedicated chess aficionado, Warehouse 23 offers three different complete hand-made chess sets based on historical pieces: the Isle of Lewis, Medieval German, and Victorian Pattern chess sets. These are all large resin-cast pieces done in careful detail.

Who Let The Zombie Dogs Out?

Posted: October 12, 2004

It's been a long hard night, but the saga of Zombies!!! is finally coming to The End. All that stands between you and the conclusion of your terror and hard work is an empty forest. Well, mostly empty. Did we mention the barking?

Fly, My Pretties! Fly!

Posted: October 11, 2004

For those who wish to avoid political debate, biased arguments, and one-sided rants deriding the opposition . . . Attack of the Political Cartoonists probably isn't for you. But if you'd like to see a wide array of political cartoons leaping upon various topics with the intensity of rabid winged monkeys, this book is for you!