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Content: Monsters and scriptures and dungeons, Oh my!
Writing: Text ranges from bloviated to concise; brisk to simple. But it is reliably miserable.
Art/design: A menagerie of styles as creative and varied as the community which spawned them.
Usability: Divided in three sections with a full index to aid navigation. Entries of varied accessibility and ease of reference at your table.
Content: 30 creatures, 900 combinations to mix and match (including BASILISKS) with tables for hooks and additional features
Writing: Brutally entertaining
Art/design: Absolutely meticulous
Usability: Includes digital Stitcherer generator; product page includes instructions for printing as a zine or as cards, or you can just mutilate the book (and this is one of the few times that’s okay)
Concept: “You roam the gods-forsaken realms in your true skeletal form.”
Content: A skeleton character class with some innovative options
Writing: Clear, clean, and concise
Art/design: Would scream “Mörk Borg” if it had any vocal chords
Usability: Easily readable and navigable
Content: A malicious, relentless take on the dancing sword
Writing: Some introductory color text with elaborate Special and table of random actions
Art/design: Vivid colors highlight an abstract vivisection
Usability: Some combat caveats for the DM to keep in mind, but nothing overly complex
Content: The second volume of collected FÖLK-LORE Jam entries
Writing: Varies by author, see individual entries under the FÖLK-LORE Jam tag
Art/design: Varies by entry; single-page entries are well balanced in spreads
Usability: Varies by entry, but it’s all Mörk Borg—how tough could it be?
Content: An ironic armor-based class; includes 6 unique armor options
Writing: Clear, well-crafted, with plenty of inspiration for players
Art/design: Nicely executed with some clever graphic flourishes
Usability: Includes some incentive for intra-party betrayal
Content: No comment
Writing: Standard stat block with special feature; dryly (but highly) comedic
Art/design: Expressive, stylized title with readable text and an illustration just in case you’re not sure how it works; the pink obviously symbolizes true love
Usability: Did no one ever warn you about putting things in places?
Content: A cyberpunk meat-hacker class trapped in the analog Dying World
Writing: Extremely creative; adds lots of character and humor
Art/design: Colors, layouts, and designs seamlessly blend cyberpunk and Mörk Borg
Usability: The l33t may slow reading, but it’s worth it.
Content: A demi-human hireling
Writing: Includes some flavor text as well as stats, traits, specialties, and values
Art/design: Nicely balanced layout with art suggestive of sentiment and violence
Usability: Designed as an additional outcast like those described in the core book
Content: A Borggame.
Writing: A streamlined and flexible ruleset with some hilarious commentary. A delight to read and simple and engaging to play.
Art/design: Vibrant, gritty, and possibly bloodstained. Just the way I like it.
Usability: Still in playtest. Somehow both more and less miserable than Monopoly.
Content: A dog-knight with a passion for print—plus a beefy suit of armor, sword, and special
Writing: A concise stat block and a pair of paragraphs detailing character and behavior
Art/design: A proficient, clean layout with some really impressive art
Usability: Mutt Errant may just chew on the books and scrolls instead of reading them, but either way, he’s coming back for more
Content: Mörk Borg set in an alternate doomed Warring States period. With rules, classes, monsters, and three scenarios.
Writing: Congruent elements establish a cursed alternative history.
Art/design: A bold and bloody tapestry.
Usability: Strong visual style and a comprehensive index make a suitable reference. GM screen available.