It has been about 3 months since the last time we at JBE shared with you all the exceptional reviews we have been getting, and we have been getting ALOT of them. So let us share a few of them with you.
Book of Beasts: War on Yuletide has been extensively reviewed with exceptional praise, receiving a total of FOUR 5-STAR reviews and two 4-Star reviews. Some of the things people are saying about it are:
“neat little array of funny monsters that not only are amusing to run, but actually come with intriguing signature abilities that make me want to use some of these and even brought me inspiration to develop some adventure-ideas.”
“oddly invokes some nostalgia for classic Doctor Who”
“cool little collection of holiday inspired creatures”
“ready to bring a few smiles to the table”
“solidly designed critters”
“I can’t wait to see the reaction this one brings. Great stuff fully usable and wholeheartedly recommended.”
” Just be sure to expect some eye-rolling from your players once they figure out what they’re fighting next.”
Download these exciting monsters today.
With a new short story in the Shadowsfall Legends series being released next month, we have a new 5-STAR Review of one of the original tale: Shadowsfall Legends: The Gem that Caught Fire—Kurdag’s Tale. I would just like to share with you the last paragraph of the review.
“I particularly like the imagery I get from the description of the city buildings here; very Tim Burton esque. Shadowsfall is really shaping up to be a nightmare before christmas meets assassin’s creed type flavor; and that’s always the best kind of city to play in. I whole-heartedly approve and I intend to share Shadowsfall with any group I can get my hands on.”
Be sure to download this amazing story today.
We recently started a series of balanced playable races. One of them received a 5-STAR review. Book of Heroic Races: Half-Faerie Dragons The reviewer described the book:
“made out of solid gold”
“Five out of five fluttery butterfly wings.”
“The book opens with roughly a page-and-a-quarter of framing fiction which very clearly encapsulates not only the mania but the magical nature that are archetypal among half-faerie dragons”
“it’s something genuinely new”