When you’re in school, it’s easy to find gamers. I remember playing with people in junior high and high school, in college and even immediately after college. But at some point it starts to get difficult. People have jobs and families and other commitments that don’t let them game as often as they’d like. Or maybe . . . → Read More: Book Review: Filling the empty chair by Johnn Four (RoleplayingTips.com)
In case you missed it on my reviews blog, I wrote about Brother Ptolemy and the Hidden Kingdom over at Game Knight Reviews. Nevermet Press has put together a heck of a setting and adventure that would fit nicely into most of the D&D-based campaigns (4e or 3.5e really, though the book is tailored for 4e) I’ve played in in recent years.
Jonathan Jacobs and the rest of the gang at Nevermet have created a worthwhile villain in Brother Ptolemy. He really thinks he’s doing the right thing, which just amps up the creep factor for me. It’s these morally wrong people who feel they’re helping their fellow man that always make the best villains!
Check out the review here at GKR!
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