To summarise Coleville, The Wangrod Defence is when a player uses ‘But that’s what my character would do’ as an excuse for problematic behaviour.
This Through the Veil isn’t another 10 adventures; it’s over 400 unique items for your scenarios.
A Miskatonic Repository book, At One With Nature, is a 1920s Call of Cthulhu horror from Graham James, with potentially no combat.
It wasn’t until I played a game, then another, and really got into the mechanics that I increased my overall rating to, “Hey, this is different, and we have Stargate-flavoured games here!”
Sorry to say, I do not think $4.99 is a fair price to have paid for Crom the GameBook. I don’t normally begrudge costs, but this Crom RPG feels incomplete, written in a fever dream, or just taking the mickey.
Kingdoms & Warfare made over $1.3m on Kickstarter, and very few RPGs have crossed the six-figure line. Is it any good?