I have a shitload of stuff to review, and I'm failing badly at doing so. Work is taking up more time then it had (which means overtime and more money to spend on goodies, so I'm not really complaining) but it does mean free time is at a premium.
So, I'm letting you vote on what gets moved to the top of the review pile (one random voter gets a $5 RPGNow credit, so there is an added bonus in voting).
In no particular order:
Adventures Dark & Deep Players Manual - a AD&D 2e "what if".
City State of the Sea Kings - a new Wilderlands sourcebook / campaign.
Five Ancient Kingdoms - a new arabic twist to a classic ruleset - and no D20's either
Whitehack - a nice, compact OSR style game that steps away from the OSR
Arrows of Indra - OSR gaming inspired by the subcontinent of India
The Dungeon Alphabet, Expanded Third Printing - do I need to explain what this is? ;)
Stoneheart Valley - just noticed the S&W version says "Pathfinder" on the cover - that's going to make for some confusing retail sales.
Tome of Horrors 4 - the latest monster book from Frog God
The Free City of Eskadia - a city book for C&C
Call of Cthulhu 6th Edition - cause Halloween is right around the corner
Army Ants RPG - 'cause I almost forgot ;)
I'll leave the voting up through Saturday evening.
Vote on the blog or G+. Vote for up to 3 choices. All picks get equal weight.
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