Book Review Drinking Game!



In this poorly lit travesty, I yammer on about 13th Age, Perilous Wilds, Fragged Empire, TFTYP, and HUBRIS! I don’t reveal lots of pages, or divulge useful information, but you must take a drink every time I say BRILLIANT! Have at thee! —————————————–

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  • rolled a one on my dc lol

    Jonathan Cox July 31, 2020 10:56 am Reply
  • using perilous wilds in my current game, great supplement for bringing older school play to Dungeon World and other games. Snag his book Freebooters on the Frontier too, they work together.

    I disagree about the megadungeon though my Brotha… we as a hobby may not have the time to run them like we used to… but they still play that siren call, and they still sell well when released by someone.

    Chris S July 31, 2020 10:56 am Reply
  • i appreciate your reviews a lot…save lot of money…on not 😉

    Zone Gamma July 31, 2020 10:56 am Reply
  • Hankerin! For a new take on the mega-dungeon, I thoroughly recommend that you take a look at 'The maze of the Blue Medusa'. And for evocative monster art/ideas, I recommend 'Fire on the Velvet Horizon'. They're both a little more *avant garde*, but well worth it, imo.

    Seraaron July 31, 2020 10:56 am Reply
  • Big chunks man… Big chunks

    Bran Manica July 31, 2020 10:56 am Reply
  • i'd like to see you actually play some more games. The videos you did with Cult moo were hilarious

    MicSpam July 31, 2020 10:56 am Reply
  • Immediately bought Perilous Wilds. And of course its excellent.

    Zachary Grafman July 31, 2020 10:56 am Reply
  • Can't wait to see some of the continuing content for those adventures! Your channel is awesome Hankerin!

    Gambent July 31, 2020 10:56 am Reply
  • Wait, Hankerin, isn't The Vault of Duke Herald the follow up to A Burning in Newhaven? The one with the goblins and the door is the one that hasn't recieved a follow up, man. Are you drunk? hehe

    Toprak July 31, 2020 10:56 am Reply
  • I agree with you about WotC trying to milk old products instead of giving us something fresh, but the age of the Megadungeon is far from over, man! Take a look at books like Maze of the Blue Medusa to see how that old adventure format has been completely updated and supercharged for the modern gamer. Keep up these awesome book reviews!

    Questing Beast July 31, 2020 10:56 am Reply
  • i love Lair of Knowledge… more than hog toes on a pig meat sundae… even more than certain freakz wearing sleeve hats and speaking in COLOSSAL boomy voices about a bunch of spicy books and the mechanicazoidal aspects of their contents (the "iron man"-ness of the book), the bookcraftamatic characteristics (the "are you experienced"-ness of the book) and other pre-specified escalated herpaderps…

    13th Age — he says it's definitely punk rock with the logic layout that let's you DIY, plus groovamatic content that sucks you in like a black hole, but its art museum seems to have been looted.

    Hubris — he says more for the DCC (dungeon crawl classics?) nerds who venture past the d20 into the crazy zone… also some new job listings & employment opportunities for your characters… got some art like the ancient Byzantine mosaics with missing pieces, which is pretty cool because your brain hasta rectify.

    Fragged Empire — he let loose the ferret on the detailomotronic non-d20 mechanicons contained therein this big full-blown sci-fi book with some glossy art, and icons with blurbs to get the concepts into your mind like "Harry the Dirty Dog."

    The Perilous Wilds — he says professor brochure wrote it, helps you make the towns and hex maps mechanics and it is cheap!! the guy knows english well enough to save you money! the art is black-n-white jackson pollack uniqueness on rye bread with extra mustard.

    TFTYP — he went south bronx hip-hop block party on this one… sorta bourgeois price for the size, but it got some bling bling… dig the crates for the old stuff from the 80s in there and in 84 he'll be a little faster, 'cause only practice makes a real jam master… it's new, it's fresh, it's retro deja vu for the non-80s peoploids… THE AGE OF MEGA-DUNGEONS IS OVER!!!

    So you got all that stuff…And you got to read…This is Wizard…Lair of Knowledge…out.

    Violet Deliriums July 31, 2020 10:56 am Reply
  • Could you review Legend of the 5 Rings?

    Marcelo Silveira July 31, 2020 10:56 am Reply
  • Hey Hank, what do you think about the Fantasy Flight "Role playing dice" mechanics? its used with their Star Wars Role playing game. I have bastardized it and use it in my DnD games. I have found it makes better players.

    Stewart Knight July 31, 2020 10:56 am Reply
  • I'd love to see how the escalation mechanic and the 1d4 timer mechanic work together. I bet with some nice polishing they can make for some pretty epic battles! I'm definitely going to have to check out this book. Thanks for another great video. Please keep them coming!

    ddesouz6 July 31, 2020 10:56 am Reply
  • Hank if your into Sci-fi at the moment, you NEED to read Eclipse Phase. The setting is so amazing it'll blow your mind. Although mechanic wise it's very deep and detailed (too much to my linking).

    I'm glad I've bought it just for a plausible glance at a possible future that is cool and scary.

    Addramyr Palinor July 31, 2020 10:56 am Reply
  • Hankerin' you always have a way of separating me from my hard earned ducats! 😉

    Mega moo July 31, 2020 10:56 am Reply
  • The lighting in this video made me moist xD

    Nick Rat July 31, 2020 10:56 am Reply
  • Old DM, new viewer here. Excellent channel with the right mix of good info, spirit and spite. Glad to have found you!

    Elf Bait July 31, 2020 10:56 am Reply
  • Yes!! The Lair of Knowledge !! thanks for being awesome, man

    TheVdevenganza July 31, 2020 10:56 am Reply
  • 13th Age is such an inspirational tome. Nice to see one of these vids again!

    PhD20 July 31, 2020 10:56 am Reply
  • Back once again with the D&D master!

    Seamus McFlurry July 31, 2020 10:56 am Reply
  • RiP lighting. Darkness my old friend 😉
    Thanks Hankers! Enjoyed the video I always look forward to more.

    Yoursavior450 July 31, 2020 10:56 am Reply
  • I agree with what you said about 13th Age. Plenty of cool game mechanics to be plundered. The weird abstract monster "art" is a bit of an embarrassment though. I guess they were trying to save space by not including images of creatures which have been illustrated a million times elsewhere. The other thing that weirded me out was only having odd-numbered spell levels. WHY?? But generally, a pretty awesome game.

    theHiddenStone July 31, 2020 10:56 am Reply
  • Good stuff

    dbretton July 31, 2020 10:56 am Reply
  • I had one major reason to buy TftYP: As a fairly new DM, it felt super useful for me to have a single book from WotC with some sample challenges, DC:s, combat encounters, treasure hoards and secrets for more or less all level ranges. If the DMG and MM are blueprints and theory, TftYP is to me a reference book with examples to reverse engineer.

    Dristan Ross VII July 31, 2020 10:56 am Reply
  • So cool vid!!

    Amethyst Craft July 31, 2020 10:56 am Reply
  • I'm looking for a book with a lot of art with monsters, items, races ect… What would you say to look into?

    TheTechnatron July 31, 2020 10:56 am Reply
  • I only took four shots! Step your drinking game up…. maybe I just missed a couple brilliant's. anyways, another awesome video man.

    Strange Noise July 31, 2020 10:56 am Reply

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