In case you missed some of our products the first go around, or you’ve been sitting on the fence about them, we’ll compile the monthly reviews of our products into one blog post each month.

The full reviews can be found with the products (linked to in the product name), and in some cases, on the reviewer’s own blog (linked to the reviewers name).

Note: This month, all reviews have been written by Endzeitgeist, a prolific RPG blogger and reviewer. It takes time to read, review and write about as many products as he does.  If you like his reviews, maybe check out his Patreon

And so, here are the January reviews for Dire Rugrat Publishing:


5e NPCs: Bullies and Brutes

By Endzeitgeist

5 Stars

cover“…in case you are not familiar with Dire Rugrat’s 5e-character design philosophy: Instead of making just numbers and replicating pre-existing abilities, one of the charming peculiarities in their books would be that characters do actually receive special, unique abilities.”

“Kelly and Ken Pawlik’s collection of 5e adversaries is a pdf worth getting, let’s get that right out of the way. The price-point is pretty fair and the characters feel like actual characters. The lengths to which I needed to go to nitpick some aspects here should tell you something about this pdf, namely that it is a neat, well-made collection.”

 

 


Tavern Tales: Tea House Caper (PFRPG)

By Endzeitgeist

5 Stars

cover“Kelly Pawlik’s tea house caper is an enjoyable little heist scenario for characters level 3 – 4, though it can be used for higher or lower levels by modifying the alertness of the characters featured herein. It is an unpretentious, fun little module. As a PWYW-companion piece to the Delectable Dragonfly, this most certainly is worth leaving a tip for.”

 

 


Tavern Tales: Tea House Caper (5e)

By Endzeitgeist

4 Stars
cover5e-mini“Kelly Pawlik’s tea house caper is an enjoyable little heist scenario for characters level 3 – 4, though it can be used for higher or lower levels by modifying the alertness of the characters featured herein. It is an unpretentious, fun little module. As a PWYW-companion piece to the Delectable Dragonfly, this most certainly is worth leaving a tip for.”

 

 

 


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