Patreon-Update 02/2016

Dear patreons, dear readers!


I’ve rarely been so glad to see the arbitrarily defined end to an arbitrarily defined timespan. February has, as you know, not been kind to me. Beyond the health issues experienced by my lady and myself, a lot of unpleasant family business has been emotionally draining. That being said, I would be grossly incompetent and ungrateful, were I not to extend my deepest felt gratitude to each and every one of you – I take none of you for granted and the support you’ve shown me during these tiring days has been a constant source of strength and happiness. So yeah, THANK YOU for your patience and support!


I do believe, however, that, in spite of losing so much time, I have completed A LOT of reviews for you, quite a few of which were rather complex to analyze – I may be wrong, but I think no other reviewer has matched this output in February, so hopefully, you feel like I have done the job and task you set before me!


As always, for convenience’s sake, here is the full array of reviews I completed in February!


Run Amok Games – A Flirtation with Fey

Fat Goblin Games – Call to Arms: Pistols and Muskets

The Knotty-Works – Player Paraphernalia: The Opportunist

Rogue Genius Games – Four Horsemen Present: Base Class: Engineer

The Knotty-Works -Player Paraphernalia: The Highwayman

Legendary Games – Mythic Monsters: Plants

Raging Swan Press – Campaign Events: Urban Riot

Pelgrane Press – Night’s Black Agents: The Zalozhniy Quartet (GUMSHOE)

AAW Games – Mini-Dungeon: The Lapis Maiden of Serena Hortum

Just Insert Imagination – Winter Eternal (Savage Worlds)

Frog God Games – Lost Lore: The Portalist

Flying Pincushion Games – Mystical Marketplaces: The Brass Drake

Legendary Games – Mythic Monsters: Heavenly Host

AAW Games – Mini-Dungeons: The Aura of Profit

Flaming Crab Games – Bosco’s Spell Compendium: Cantrips & Orisons

Rite Publishing – 101 Urban Spells

TPK Games – The Demonologist Base Class

Rogue Genius Games – Four Horsemen Present: Pakuvresh, the Flesh Golem Factory

Interjection Games – The Master of Forms Base Class

Little Red Goblin Games – The Sage Character Class

Black Star Studios – Shadowlands: Tarina, Spiral of Sin

Rogue Genius Games – Four Horsemen Present: Mythic Archetypes

Legendary Games – Mythic Monsters: Daemons

Rite Publishing – Gossamer Worlds: Planet Fiction (Diceless)

Fat Goblin Games – Knowledge Check: 9 Funerary Rites (System-neutral)

Raging Swan Press – 100% Crunch: Kobolds

Little Red Goblin Games – Tome of Wicked Things 2

Frog God Games – Lost Lore: Horses of the Wild

Rogue Genius Games – Four Horsemen Present: Mythic Magic Items

Fat Goblin Games – Call to Arms: Torch and Flame

Rogue Genius Games – Four Horsemen Present: Mythic Magic Expanded

Playground Adventures – Glavost: A Fairy Tale Village

Kobold Press – New Paths: The Trickster

Rogue Genius Games – Four Horsemen Present: Mythic Paths: Transcendentalist

Legendary Games – Mythic Monsters: Shadow


March will be interesting, to say the least. While the recent health troubles had thrown a wrench in my plans to have the Top Ten of 2015 done by the end of February, I am working hard to get the list done this month! This means that Southlands, Veranthea Codex and similar big books that had been missing so far will be covered VERY Soon – and yes, this list includes the Grande Temple of Jing and Cults of the Sundered Kingdoms.


As always, I’d like to ask those of you who are eligible for a prioritized review to tell em as soon as possible. So far, I have two prioritized reviews this month:

Grande Temple of Jung and In the Company of Rakshasa.


I’d also love to hear if any of you have particular preferences, review-wise, even if you are not eligible to a prioritized review and I’ll see that I’ll accommodate your preference. Expect to see ore Fat Goblin Games material this month as well, as I’m catching up there.


Finally, since some of you’ve been asking: Yes, I’ll be doing 5e-reviews, though I will probably cover original material over conversions. Right now, I am still in the process of analyzing the system and its rules-language/nomenclature, but my current plans are to begin reviewing 5e material as well in April. How much? That depends pretty much on whether or not you’re interested in that and how much you want me to cover! 🙂


All right, that’s it for now – onwards to a brighter March!


If you’re one of the many faithful readers visiting my homepage or one of the folks who appreciate my reviews on other sites like OBS, Paizo, and so on, please consider taking a look at my patreon and support me, if you can.


I remain, as always, truly grateful,


Endzeitgeist, out.



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