Jul 202016
 
Aventyr Bestiary

Aventyr Bestiary This massive bestiary clocks in at 148 pages, 1 page front cover, 1 page editorial, 1 page ToC, 1 page SRD, 1 page back cover, leaving us with 143 pages of content, one of which is devoted to the cover artist Raven Mimura’s biography as well as the story behind the cover.   […]

Mar 252016
 
Snow-White

Snow-White This massive book clocks in at 243 pages, not counting front cover, back cover, editorial, etc; if you take away the KS-thank-you page and the SRD, this huge book still remains 240-pages strong. My review is based primarily on the hardcover of this book.   I backed Snow-White on kickstarter, but have not contributed […]

Jul 242014
 
EZG Bullet Point-reviews #1: Pathways #36, #37, #38, #39

As you may have noticed, real life’s been busy – so I’m trying to catch up to the backlog and hence, I had to make a decision – while usually, I write full reviews for Pathways-issues, this time, I’ll just give you brief bullet points for each issue – they’re free, after all, so go […]

Jul 182014
 
EZG reviews Rise of the Drow

Rise of the Drow This massive tome of a module is 494 pages long, 1 page front cover, 1 page designer signatures, 1 blank page inside front cover, 1 page editorial, 5 pages ToC,2 pages of SRD, 2 pages of backer-lists, 12 pages of advertisements (all in the back), 1 page back cover, leaving us […]

Jul 182014
 
EZG reviews Rise of The Drow Epilogue: The Commander of Malice

Rise of The Drow Epilogue: The Commander of Malice The ultimate finale of Rise of the Drow clocks in at 69 pages, 1 page front cover, 1 page credits, 1 page ToC, 2 pages of advertisement (in the monster statblock sections – annoying if you print them out), 2 pages of SRD and 1 page […]

Mar 302013
 
EZG reviews Rise of the Drow (Pre-kickstarter edition, A13-15)

Hej everybody! With the Rise of the Drow-kickstarter being such a huge success, I figured I’d  share reviews of the basic adventures that will be collected and expanded in its massive new iteration! Hej everybody! How better than to delve into a series of reviews than with an epic trilogy? The Adventureaweek.com-crew has recently launched […]