Tagged: Troika!

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Fronds of Benevolence (Troika!) (priority review)

Fronds of Benevolence (Troika!) This module clocks in at 48 pages, 1 page front cover, 1 page editorial, 1 page hyperlinked ToC, 1 page back cover, leaving us with 44 pages of content, laid out in booklet size (6’’ by 9’’/A5). My review is based on both the pdf and the offset-printed hardcover-version. Let’s take a look!   This review...

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Kingscairn Issue #1 (Troika!)

Kingscairn Issue #1 (Troika!) This small ‘zine clocks in at 27 pages of content, already sans ToC, editorial, front cover, etc.; the ‘zine is laid out in the customary booklet-size (roughly 6’’ by 9’’/A5), and it should be noted that is has some serious white space and wiiiideee margins.   Then again, that’s probably somewhat intentional, as much of the...

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Ætherjack’s Almanac Supplement J1: Dexterity Space Travel (Troika!/system agnostic)

Ætherjack’s Almanac Supplement J1: Dexterity Space Travel (Troika!/system agnostic) Okay, so this isn’t a numbered installment of the Ætherjack’s Almanac-series; instead, it is essentially a third-party expansion for it. The supplement clocks in at 2 pages, and as before, these are intended to be printed, then folded in the middle; if this is done, you’ll get a pamphlet featuring 3...

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Ætherjack’s Almanac #6: Iridium Frigates & Cybernetic Corpses (Troika!) (Priority Review)

Ætherjack’s Almanac #6: Iridium Frigates & Cybernetic Corpses (Troika!) The sixth zini in the Ætherjack’s Almanac-series clocks in at 2 pages, which, as always, contain essentially 4 pages – print them, fold the booklet in the middle, done. The first half of these pages contains the front cover.   This review was requested to be moved up in my reviewing...

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Ætherjack’s Almanac #5: More Æthercraft (Troika!)

Ætherjack’s Almanac #5: More Æthercraft (Troika!) The fifth installment of this series of mini-zinis providing essentially spelljamming rules/rules-conversions for Troika! clocks in at 4 pages – the pages are presented in a broad, landscape style, and can be folded in the middle to make a digest-sized booklet, so it’s more closer to 7 digest-sized pages than 4; the first page...

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Ætherjack’s Almanac #4: Shellfolx and Spheresailing (Troika!)

Ætherjack’s Almanac #4: Shellfolx and Spheresailing (Troika!) The fourth of the pamphlet-style zinis dealing with spherejamming in Troika! once more clocks in at 2 pages, with half of one of those pages devoted to the cover image; once more, printing this and folding it in the middle is the intended use, so it’d be most prudent to think of this...

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Ætherjack’s Almanac #3: Locksley MK 9 Bombing/Recon Æthercraft (Troika!)

Ætherjack’s Almanac #3: Locksley MK 9 Bombing/Recon Æthercraft (Troika!) This installment of the Ætherjack’s Almanac-zinis clocks in at the usual 2 pages – if you print it out and fold it in the middle, you’ll get a neat pamphlet of 4 A5/6’’ by 9’’-pages, with one front cover, so three pages of content – this time, though, I probably wouldn’t...

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Ætherjack’s Almanac #2: Cabbits & Combat (Troika!)

Ætherjack’s Almanac #2: Cabbits & Combat (Troika!) The second installment of the Ætherjack’s Almanac-zinis clocks in at 2 pages – 1/2 of the first page is devoted to the front cover of sorts, which leaves us with 1.5 pages of content. If you fold this in the middle, you’ll have a nice pamphlet-style supplement, so you should rather consider this...

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Keep of the First Scion (Troika!)

Keep of the First Scion (Troika!) EDIT: The publisher has responded on OBS (in an kind and professional manner!) to my review with an explanation: “That being said. Each design choice, down to the atrocious handwriting and over all roughness of this module is deliberate, and at its core a response to the consistent and overwhelming laments of new GMs...

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Ætherjack’s Almanac #1 – Engines & Elementals (Troika!)

Ætherjack’s Almanac #1 – Engines & Elementals (Troika!) The first installment of Ætherjack’s Almanac clocks in at 2 pages – these are intended to be printed and folded in the middle, essentially providing 4 pages, with one devoted to the front-cover.   The ‘zine starts with a new background – the unemployed drive elemental: You see, in some savage spheres...

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