Look what turned up at Global HQ today!
(And I should note, the Pathfinder logo on the Gloamhold book shouldn’t be there–the book is system neutral. The logo will be gone by the time the book releases).
Endzeitgeist has just reviewed Shunned Valley of the Three Tombs and given it five stars and his seal of approval! Here’s my favourite bit of the review: “Beautiful in its simplicity and level of detail, this is a great introductory module for the game…”
Plummet Smedger the Elder liked Shunned Valley of the Three Tombs so much he gave the adventure five stars and said, “This adventure is perfect as a starting point for a new campaign or an evening’s one-shot.”
Megan Robertson has just given Shunned Valley of the Three Tombs five stars! Even better, she said:
“This is an excellent introduction to classic adventuring and should give new players a fair impression of a hobby that hopefully will give them years of fun.”
Megan Robertson has just reviewed the complete version of Shadowed Keep on the Borderlands and given it five stars. Here’s my favourite part of the review:
“Overall, if you are looking to start a campaign from scratch in a temperate frontier-type setting, this would be ideal.”
Megan Robertson has just reviewed one of my favourite products–Retribution Collector’s Edition. Even better, she gave it five stars! Thank you Megan. Here’s my favourite bit from the review:
“The whole thing hangs together beautifully, a compelling dark tale to play out against rising winds and gusting snow. It’s atmospheric with a real sense of danger, yet should the party prove successful they can bask in a real glow of satisfaction at having removed some evil from the world. You don’t often get THAT at first level!”
GreatKhanArtist (a jolly clever screen name) has reviewed Fane of the Undying Sleeper and awarded the adventure five stars! My favourite party of the review:
“For 5$, a perfect offering.”
Megan Robertson has just reviewed Dwellers Amid Bones and given it five stars. Here’s my favourite bit of the review:
“Overall it presents a neat and believeable interlude with a few interesting choices to be made, particularly if you have half-orcs amongst your party.”