On another post, I talked about gaming for and with children. This post is a review for a book that’s specifically geared towards those children and that we mentioned in that post. No Thank You, Evil! is produced by Monte Cook Games and was written by Shanna Germain and Monte Cook. The game was originally … Continue reading Review: No Thank You, Evil!
"Welcome to the Darkest House. It is your house now. It is your home forever." So, it’s been everywhere, a lot of buildup and teasers for a strange house. It’s almost like this house is invading our world somehow… Well, yesterday, Monte Cook Games came clean and announced their new product, the Darkest House, with … Continue reading First Look: The Darkest House
“What’s in a name? That which we call a rose by any other word would smell as sweet.”Romeo & Juliet, Act 2, Scene 2 Joann and I were part of a conversation a little while ago where someone we know on our Discord Server was asking about Cyphers in the Cypher System and if you … Continue reading Does the Cypher System Need Cyphers?
This is it, folks. This is the one I have been waiting for from this Kickstarter. And even before I give you the rest of the review, I’ll give you a hint. It does not disappoint. Bruce Cordell brings all the sciency weird goodness of Numenera to the table in his new book, Edge of … Continue reading Review: Edge of the Sun
One of the things that I did not realize that I would enjoy as much as I do when we started Angel’s Citadel is the opportunity to read and review RPG products. While many of these are products that we ourselves purchase (partly because we want to play them, and partly because we want to … Continue reading Review: Mal’Vandal’s Mythic Vade Mecum