Splatbook 117 - For the Gold, For the Glory!

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Splatbook 117 - For the Gold, For the Glory!

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We seek gold and legendary status in this episode! Join DMs Glen, Brian and Fulongamer as they delve in the recently completed 2nd Edition retroclone, For Gold and Glory! After answering some emails, the fellas get to the task at hand. First, they give an overall review of the book, and then they give their pros and cons they found in the rulebook.

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It’s In The Book – FG&G Rulebook, an overall review
Rule Zero – FG&G – The Pros and Cons

Email from DM Freddy (Fudging die rolls)
Email from DM Freddy (Buffing humans in character generation/Humanocentric games)
Email from Chantel Jones (Level draining monsters/Higher level monsters vs. low-level adventurers/Childish behavior in game and new players)
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