Wednesday, December 9, 2015

More Dark Druids Reviews

Copies of Dark Druids are once again available for sale directly from CHP, and more should be headed to Black Blade Publishing and Noble Knight Games in the next few days.

Check out the two most recent Dark Druids reviews; admittedly these are from about six months ago, but they still go into great detail about the module.

The first is by Courtney Campbell, the thoughtful & well-spoken author of the Hack & Slash blog, who also crosses disciplines into illustration (including some awesome illos in Dark Druids!):

http://hackslashmaster.blogspot.com/2015/05/on-useful-review-of-dark-druids.html

The second is from the Follow Me, And Die! blog:

http://followmeanddie.com/2015/05/30/review-rob-kuntzs-dark-druids/

Monday, March 30, 2015

Dark Druids Review

James Holloway posted an extensive review of Dark Druids on his blog. Go check it out!
http://gonzohistorygaming.blogspot.com/2015/03/dark-druids-by-robert-j-kuntz-part-one.html

If you're curious what the physical module looks like, his review has some useful pictures, including some interior details.

Full disclosure: James is a friend, and I have gamed with him. I don't think his review is biased, but I wanted to mention that anyway.

Saturday, March 28, 2015

Dark Druids Artists at Gary Con

If you're at Gary Con this weekend, stop by the bar and say hello to Brian "GLAD" Thomas and Jason Braun — two of the fine* artists who supplied their amazing artwork skills to Dark Druids!

Brian "GLAD" Thomas (left) and Jason Braun (right)

Two of Brian's original illustrations for Dark Druids 

* when I call the two of them "fine," I also mean "occasionally crude." But I mean it in an awesomely Cards Against Humanity sort of way :-)

Tuesday, February 24, 2015

Robert J. Kuntz's Dark Druids Now Available


56 pages, Outdoor + three level module, $24 + shipping

Direct Order Page is now live

Click here for full product details (including other order options, once Black Blade Publishing and Noble Knight Games receive their shipment of modules)

Thursday, October 18, 2012

Beedo's review of F3 Many Gates of the Gann



Beedo of Dreams in the Lich House says, "Apes and weird science mix like chocolate and peanut butter.  Giant ape-head stone guardians with disintegrator eye beams hit the sweet spot." (read more)


Also, I'm still looking for another reviewer for my earlier module, F1 The Fane of Poisoned Prophecies. If you're interested and willing, drop me a line and I'll hook you up with a copy.

Thursday, October 4, 2012

PDF Versions of F1 and F3 are Now Available


  

PDF Versions of both F1 The Fane of Poisoned Prophecies and F3 Many Gates of the Gann are now available on RPGNow.com and the entire DriveThruRPG.com family.

To help you decide, the RPGNow product page for F1 has a four-page preview, F3 has a five-page preview.

I'd love to see another review of either or both of them. If you're willing to write a review, contact me and I'll hook you up.

Thursday, September 27, 2012

Review Roundup: F3 Many Gates of the Gann


Bryce Lynch: "Multiple levels, complex map, and some kind of weird OD&D and weird fantasy thing all bring the noise in a GREAT dungeon crawl." (read more)

Martin Ralya: "... the dungeon is superb -- jammed with everything I like ..." (read more)

Click here for more product details, plus links to vendors.