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 RPG Review: The Ability Variations (2017)    
Playtest Review by Endzeitgeist (4/5): Neat variant rules for Castle Falkenstein

 RPG Review: The Feat Variations (2017)    
Playtest Review by Endzeitgeist (5/5): Meaningful, concise and well-considered modifications for Castle Falkenstein

 RPG Review: The Second Tarot Variation (2017)    
Playtest Review by Endzeitgeist (5/5): More great tweaks for using Tarot cards in Castle Falkenstein!

 RPG Review: The Tarot Variation (2016)    
Playtest Review by Endzeitgeist (5/5): Use Tarot cards with Castle Falkenstein? Heck yes!

 RPG Review: Genesys (2017)    
Playtest Review by Endzeitgeist (4/4): Amazing jack-of-all-trades system...that shows a lack of depth for custom-setting creation/implementation of the ostensibly setting-agnostic premise

 RPG Review: Our Friends the Machines & Other Mysteries (2018)    
Capsule Review by Antonios S (4/3): So many mysteries. So many chores. So little time.

 RPG Review: The Dying Ship (2018)    
Playtest Review by Antonios S (3/3): A demon made me do it... in space.

 RPG Review: Mad Monks of Kvantoom (2014)    
Playtest Review by Endzeitgeist (4/5): Amazing solo-play, GM-less experience...or a cool, old-school WuXia-weirdness setting/bestiary

 RPG Review: Vacant Ritual Assembly #3 (2015)    
Playtest Review by Endzeitgeist (4/2): #3 falls short of the conceptually-interesting idea; plus magic item inflation/very generous risk-reward ratio

 RPG Review: Conan Geomorphic Tiles: Perilous Ruins & Forgotten Cities (2017)    
Playtest Review by Antonios S (4/3): Explore the jungle! Visit the ancient ruins! Kill their inhabitants!

 RPG Review: Conan: Paper Map Bundle (2017)    
Playtest Review by Antonios S (4/2): The world of Conan and two encounter locations explored in all their glory.

 Board/Tactical Game Review: Bronze (2017)    
Playtest Review by Antonios S (3/4): The more connected a society is, the more productive it will become.