I've been spending some time in the Old World and it's made me thirsty for trashy tie-in fiction that I've not read twenty times already. These books are bad, but I don't hate them.
Brother Ben and I have given the fifth edition Vampire: the Masquerade pre-alpha rules a coat of looking at. Here are some key thoughts from our diatribe.
I cracked, didn't I? First impression, which will be obvious to 95% of more of you reading this - the Burning of Prospero game is an afterthought. A nice afterthought, it turns out, but let's not kid ourselves: this is essentially a plastic core for a Horus Heresy army, and 95% of the people buying it will... Continue Reading →