Episode 53 – Our Favorite RPG Supplements (Round 1)

In this episode, we talk about our favorite supplements, ranging from additive to transformative to toolkits. Each host picked two of their favorite supplements (from all sorts of game worlds and systems) to share with you.

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One thought on “Episode 53 – Our Favorite RPG Supplements (Round 1)

  1. While I never really got the chance to use it in a game, Arabian Adventures was a favorite rpg supplement of mine. The Al-Qadim campaign setting has always been fascinating to me and this introductory book led me down a long road of supplements that I’ve only tangentially gotten used out of. But, I think we’ve all been there. Right?

    As far as additive supplements, I’ve gotten a lot of use out of the Sci Fi Companion for Savage Worlds. It has rules for modifying the base system for starships, mechs, cyberware, etc. And with the new edition of Savage Worlds just released, I’m back in the planning stages of a game once more.

    This episode was another great addition to your catalog folks. Keep the goodness coming. See you all at 1d4Con.

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