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Pathfinder Adventure Card Game Review


Pathfinder Adventure Card Game Logo1 Paizo publishing, best known for their revival of the Dungeons and Dragons 3.5 OGL, has released a cooperative card game built around the theme of a multi-session role-playing campaign. But how well does the game extrapolate the role-playing experience into a card-only format?

High Command: Escalating Conflict Review Pt. 2


Courtesy of Privateer Press Digital. Used with Permission. Let’s dive into the first expansion to High Command: Faith and Fortune, focusing on the new releases for Highborn Covenant and Four Star Syndicate. As mentioned in Part One of this review, Escalating Conflict takes the format of your typical High Command expansion with a new warcaster and five copies […]

Review – High Command: Faith and Fortune Core Set


Privateer Press releases four new factions in a stand-alone core set for its ever-growing deck-building game. I will preface this review by stating that I will not be talking very much about the mechanics of the game. If you are completely new to High Command, and you would like to know more about how it […]

Review – Iron Kingdoms: Murder in Corvis Novella


Courtesy of Privateer Press Digital. Used with Permission. Richard Lee Byers’s Murder in Corvis is a lively advertisement for the Iron Kingdoms Roleplaying Game in the best kind of ways.Murder in Corvis is a novella following four individuals: Milo Boggs, the rogue alchemist, Gardek Stonebrow, the trollkin bounty hunter, Eilish Garrity, the magic-wielding detective, and Colbie Sterling, […]

Review – Iron Kingdoms Role Playing Game: Monsternomicon


Courtesy of Privateer Press Digital. Used with Permission.  Privateer Press’s Monsternomicon brings you one hundred more ways to die in Western Immoren. When the Iron Kingdoms Role Playing Game launched, the core rulebook was decidedly lacking in things to pit your player characters against. In fact, it should be noted that when the book was initially […]

Iron Kingdoms RPG – Brainstorming a Cult of Cyriss Campaign


Courtesy of Privateer Press Digital. Used with Permission. A two-part foray into designing an RPG campaign based around Immoren’s secretive cult of science. Part 1: Background and ViabilityA few months ago I wrote an article discussing in length how the career and adventuring company systems of the Iron Kingdoms Roleplaying Game could act as an excellent driving […]

Review – “Into the Storm” by Larry Correia


Courtesy of Privateer Press Digital. Used with Permission. Larry Correia’s version of the Dirty Dozen set in the Iron Kingdoms is a story of absolution and brotherhood. Into the Storm is a novella from Skull Islands Expeditions, the digital delivery arm of Privateer Press’s fiction engine. It is largely a story of rejects, misfits, and miscreants brought […]