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EN World Triple Review – Call to Arms: Avatar, Inquisitor, & Crusader by Crafty Games

fc covers finalMarch marches on, Fellow Gamers, and we have nearly reached the midway point of the month, and are back into dealing with Daylight Savings time again.  I don’t know about you, but I always find something more unsettling about “springing forward” than I do about “falling back”, perhaps because I feel like an hour from my weekend was so craftily stolen from me while I wasn’t looking.  We’re also nearly to the Ides of March, so I must caution you all to avoid forums, or hanging out with anyone named Brutus.

As always, this week I have a new review posted on EN World News, and it’s a triple feature this time around.  Crafty Games has a line of character class expansions for their FantasyCraft game system, and I have not one but three to review this week, showing a nice range of class types which can be added onto the fantasy RPG.  For those unfamiliar with the game system, FantasyCraft is a set of rules based upon the d20 SRD set, but streamlined and changed to make it more playable and modular for almost any group of gamers.  With the motto of “Your Dungeon, Your Dragon, Your Way”, the game system touts having simpler rules, but one more powerful as well.

For all the details about these three character class expansions, please click on the link to head over to EN World News and check out the full review:

Triple Review of Call to Arms: Avatar, Inquisitor, & Crusader by Crafty Games

Very interesting and somewhat unique takes on fantasy divine caster classes, and offers some options to players that may not be available for most FRPGs!

And I also wanted to remind everyone that coming up on March 30th, there’s the Internationl TableTop Day sponsored by Felicia Day’s Geek & Sundry!  So mark it on your calendar, and invite friends and family over to your own mini-game fest!  For more information about the event, be sure and check out my blog from last week!

So until next blog… I wish you happy gaming!

Readers, and we have nearly reached the midway point of the month, and are back into Daylight Savings time again.  I don’t know about you, but I always find something more unsettling about “springing forward” than I do about “falling back”, perhaps because I feel like an hour from my weekend was so craftily stolen from me.  We’re also nearly to the Ides of March, so I must caution you all to avoid forums, or hanging out with anyone named Brutus.

As always, this week I have a new review posted on EN World News, and it’s a triple feature this time around.  Crafty Games has a line of character class expansions for their FantasyCraft game system, and I have not one but three to review this week, showing a nice range of class types which can be added onto the fantasy RPG.  For those unfamiliar with the game system, FantasyCraft is a set of rules based upon the d20 SRD set, but streamlined and changed to make it more playable and modular for almost any group of gamers.  With the motto of “Your Dungeon, Your Dragon, Your Way”, the game system touts having simpler rules, but one more powerful as well.

For all the details about these three character class expansions, please click on the link to head over to EN World News and check out the full review:

Triple Review – Call to Arms: Avatar, Inquisitor, & Crusader by Crafty Games

Very interesting and somewhat unique takes on fantasy divine caster classes, and offers some options to players that may not be available for most FRPGs!

And I also wanted to remind everyone that coming up on March 30th, there’s the Internationl TableTop Day sponsored by Felicia Day’s Geek & Sundry!  So mark it on your calendar, and invite friends and family over to your own mini-game fest!  For more information about the event, be sure and check out my blog from last week!

So until next blog… I wish you happy gaming!


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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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