New Reviews on GKR: The Summoner’s Circle and Warrior, Rogue, & Mage
I’ve posted another couple of reviews on Game Knight Reviews…
The Summoner’s Circle provides a fresh take on the Summoner class in Pathfinder. By adding a unique, wizard-crafted creature you can summon to your side, you gain some additional muscle when you need it and not just mindless critters fighting for you.
Warrior, Rogue & Mage (WR&M) offers a simplified, yet elegant rules system with limitless possibilities for fantasy roleplaying. Using a single d6 you and the rest of your party can focus on role-playing instead of roll-playing and still have the flexibility and balanced rules you may have been looking for.
Both have some interesting crunch to dive into, so be sure to check them out if you’re looking for a new game (WR&M) or some new tools for Patfhinder!
- Review on GKR: Kobold Quarterly Fall 2010 Issue 15 (moebiusadventures.com)
- Review on GKR: Brother Ptolemy and the Hidden Kingdom from Nevermet Press (moebiusadventures.com)
- What about Advanced Feats: The Summoner’s Circle? A review… from Stargazer’s World (stargazersworld.com)
- The Largest RPG Download Store introduces POD from Stargazer’s World (stargazersworld.com)
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