Today’s blog is coming at you a bit late, Dear Readers, and I feel fortunate to be able to have gotten anything accomplished at all. I managed to injure myself earlier in the day, which left me fairly incapable at sitting at my desk and doing any writing at my computer. But I figured out a way to get something accomplished, and I ended up writing my blog while recuperating in bed, with my laptop perched in a most precarious arrangement of pillows and blankets.
No rest for the wicked, right? Which brings us to today’s review…
I received an interesting product from Fire Mountain Games, an adventure arc designed for evil villains rather than generally good heroes. Way of the Wicked (Book One: Knot of Thorns) is a Pathfinder adventure arc, and is the first in a series of six installments for a full-fledged evil campaign running from Level 1 to Level 20.
For complete details about this product, please click the link below to head over to EN World for the full review:
While I am not a huge fan of evil campaigns – and in fact, I am rather dubious about running or playing in them – Way of the Wicked (Book One: Knot of Thorns) really makes me reconsider my stern view on the subject, and even consider running a dark campaign again. It’s design, writing, and attention to detail are very impressive, and I feel quite fortunate to have had the opportunity to review this offering from Fire Mountain Games.
Bottom line: it makes being evil sound like an awful lot of fun!
So until next blog… I wish you Happy Gaming!