I've got a virtual stack of PDFs to review, even if it is just to give it a quick once over. Sean over at OneBookShelf / RPGNow / DriveThruRPG was nice enough to set me up as a featured reviewer, and while I'm going to try and do the privilege justice, I'm sure to overlook a lot of stuff.
I did get to skim through some recent acquisitions while serving Jury Duty these past two days, but the free time was no where near as I remembered in the past.
I do have vacation coming up at the end of the month, and I suspect that with the exception of the holiday weekend it will be a Stay at Home vacation... so much reading, writing and posting will fill the downtime.
One product I did get to spend some serious time with the past two days was On Silver Wings for Witch Hunter: The Invisible World RPG. First and foremost, I do not own a copy of the RPG rules, so I'm keeping my review to the story itself. I was immediately drawn in by the cover, which I find to be an amazing piece of artwork. (see below)
It is a very compelling story, which read very well even without me having a grasp of the system underneath it. It's hard to go into without giving up some of the story (and this adventure would suffer if the story were leaked). It is deep in roleplay with a nice horror angle to it and little is as it seems... if bugs make your players squirm this is a good fit.
Most of the paths the party may take seem to be covered pretty well. The Witch Hunters should have their hands full, but smart play should rule the day for them. I highly suspect a decent GM could convert this to run with the Solomon Kane RPG without too much effort.
As for the (virtual) physical presentation of the adventure, the layout is spot on, the artwork is professional and evocative of the story and I didn't notice any editing issues. A lot of adventure is packed into 32 pages (plus front and back covers)
Overall it served me well during my two days of Jury Duty. When time frees up I may have to pick up the rulebook itself. The system seems to be full of roleplay opportunities.
#AtoZChallenge2021: I is for Incubus - [image: The Nightmare, Fuseli] Something a little different today. Different in that I talk a lot about the Succubus, but never really anything at all ab...
2 hours ago