"Help me, Obi-Wan Kenobi. Youβre my only hope.": Leia Organa. Star Wars: A New Hope
Once again due to the massive amount of content in each of these episodes, and my personal lack of time, I'm being forced to split these over a few days. Tomorrow I hope to get all the droids done, and the characters the day after, but anyway here's a bunch of additions to the site based on the subject of yesterdays review of, Droids: The Great Heep. Today we've added, Argo Moon & Omega-class freighter to the Star Wars D/6 Starships Section, Biituian to the Star Wars D/6 Species Section, and Biitu to the Star Wars D/6 Planets & Places Section of the Site.
As I mentioned yesterday, I never had enough time to do everything from the final part of the Droids TV series, so here we are with all of the characters. Today we've added Gaff, Bisad Koong, Auren Yomm Baobab, Bola Yomm, Nilz Yomm & Mungo Baobab to the Star Wars D/6 Characters Section of the Site.
Back tomorrow with the Droids TV Movie review, The Great Heep.
Star Wars Resistance: Season 2 Episode 9: The Voxx Vortex 5000
And we've got another review of an episode of Star Wars Resistance: Season 2 Episode 9: The Voxx Vortex 5000. My TLDR; review is, the Ace's race in this throwback to the first season with all of the problems that brings with it. Resistance seems to spend a lot more of it's time on hijinks, than it does on Resisting the First Order.
So, as I've mentioned lately I've been a little busy. So today where I really should have been wrapping up all the characters, creatures, vehicles and places from the most recent Droids story arc. But I haven't had time today, so instead, I've left the characters until tomorrow, and done everything else today. So based on the subject of yesterdays review of,Droids: Season 1 Episode 13: The Frozen Citadel, I've added Goorl & Mogo to the Star Wars D/6 Creatures Section, Sandskimmer to the Star Wars D/6 Vehicles Section, & Roon to the Star Wars D/6 Planets & Places Section of the Site.
Retro RPG: The Monstrous Manual, vs the Monster Manual, vs the Creature Collection
This time rather than work my way through each individually, and pore over endless pictures of monsters, I've decided to compare the 2nd Edition AD&D Monstrous Manual, the D&D 3e Monster Manual, and the Sword and Sorcery Creature Collection for 3e.
The Monstrous Manual: Need a monster? Look inside, where more than 300 new pieces of full color art show what the monsters really look like!
This book contains more than 600 monsters, including all the creatures from the Monstrous Compendium Volumes 1 and 2! In addition, there are monsters from the other Monstrous Compendium Volumes, and some creatures never seen in the second edition AD&D Game before.
Entries have been reorganized, corrected, updated, and fully cross-referenced, to make this the most valuable monster reference ever!
The Monster Manual: From the mundane to the magical, from the meek to the mighty, the Monster Manual brings the monsters of the DUNGEONS & DRAGONS game to life with statistics, descriptions, full-color illustrations, and player character information. This book is essential for every Dungeon Master who wants to keep players on their toes!
The Creature Collection: Here There Be MONSTERS! From the horrible Wrack Dragons to the intoxicating Brewer Gnomes, from the collossal Mithril Golem to the tiny Bottle Imp; here is a host of new creatures for use in your 3rd edition campaign.
COMPATIBLE WITH 3RD EDITION RULES. Sword and Sorcery books are published under the Open Gaming License and are 100% compatible with 3rd edition rules and the D20 System.