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EN World Tripleplay Review – Monsters of Sin (Avarice, Envy, Lust)

MOS coversGreetings fellow gamers!  I apologize for the lateness of my post – I actually had my blog done a few hours ago – but I ended up in a long and drawn out debate with an old college buddy about the current Presidential election, the current political climate, and the various merits and draw-backs to supply-side economics.  While I will not claim to be an expert in such things, we both come from competing political affiliations, and arguments of this type have been one of the cornerstones of our friendship since I was a sophomore at the university.

But political debate aside, it is Wednesday once again, and I’ve posted a new review over on EN World News!  This week, I have reviewed not one, but three Pathfinder products from Open Design called Monsters of Sin.  These mini-monster manuals are designed thematically for one of each of the seven deadly sins, featuring monsters which embody those traits or inspire the sin in their prey.  I received Avarice, Envy, and Lust to review, but there is also Gluttony, Sloth, Wrath, and Pride released as well.

For complete details about these products, please click the link and head over to EN World News to read all the entire review:

Review Triple-Play: Monsters of Sin: Avarice, Envy, and Lust by Open Design

I really liked the concept of the monsters for the most part, but wished there was more details about the monsters themselves, such as ecology and hooks for how they might be used in an adventure.  While some of the information was there, the write-ups for each monster were somewhat brief, and I think there could have been more material for GMs to use.  But still, the product line is pretty cool, and worth considering for Pathfinder and 3.5 enthusiasts.


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Michael is an Adept of a Secret Order of Dungeon Masters, and dwells in a hidden realm with his two evil cat-familiars, deep within the Vale of Wolverines, called by some "Michigan". He has been esoterically conjuring D&D Campaigns for nearly a Third of a Century, and has been known to cast ritual blogs concerning Dungeons & Dragons every few days with some regularity. Michael has freelanced for Wizards of the Coast, and writes reviews of D&D and other Role-Playing Game products on EN World News.

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