John Farrell

PROFILE:

Law School graduate living in Philadelphia, Pa. We love these games because we can share them, and grow together as we experience each new tool experiment with togetherness. I have been playing board games and RPGs for as long as I can remember, and coupled with tenacity and weirdness I love the work I do with Gamingtrend, sharing that passion with all of you.

Posts by John Farrell:

Golarion Societies, High, Low, and Secret: Pathfinder Adventurer’s Guide Review

by 1 week ago

With every release, Pathfinder becomes a more developed, complex, and involving game. Occult Adventures opened our minds to the unseen, Ultimate Intrigue brought political complexity into the setting, and Bestiary …

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Master of the Galaxy Crowdfunding Releases July 18th

by 3 weeks ago

The 4X genre has seen some heights in recent years, and a new competitor is getting ready to enter the fold. A joint venture by foreign creators, this Italian/Russian hybrid …

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All from Chaos: Mayhem RPG Review

by 4 weeks ago

It is always encouraging to see new creators enter the fray. Whether it be in film, writing, or game design, their efforts are the lifeblood of industries that need new …

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Too Great a Legacy: Gary Gygax and the Creation of D&D – Rise of the Dungeon Master Review

by 2 months ago

If you are a nerd in modern society, you owe Gary Gygax so much more than you probably know. He wasn’t just the father of Dungeons and Dragons, and by …

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Roy Thomas to Write Introduction to Conan: Rise of Monsters

by 2 months ago

Conan the Barbarian was the foundation of many fantasy staples that endure today, and now I am pleased to see the property coming back in style all over the tabletop …

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Supers Supers Everywhere: Atlas of Earth Prime Review

by 2 months ago

Since its release in 2011, Mutants and Masterminds Third Edition has been one of the go-to games for anyone interested in superhero roleplay. Its blend of flexible character creation, fast …

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Goon and Fear Agents Launching on Tabletop June 6th

by 2 months ago

Crowdfunding is one of the direct factors that is remaking the tabletop market as we know it, and allowing it to grow exponentially over the last few years. With full …

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Pathfinder Battles: Crown of Fangs – New Set and Case Incentive, Available Now!

by 2 months ago

I got a chance to look at Pathfinder's new Crown of Fangs set, the dark and epic set of miniatures that models the climax of the Curse of the Crimson …

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A Lot to Love: Blue Rose, the AGE RPG of Romantic Fantasy Review

by 2 months ago

After a long hiatus, Blue Rose, the AGE RPG of Romantic Fantasy, returns to the world of roleplay. It brings with it a vision of intuitive, well-considered design that breathes …

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Let’s Get the Party Started: D&D Icons of the Realms Epic Level Minis Review

by 3 months ago

Dungeons and Dragons defines itself by growth. You and your companions striving forward towards strength, unity, and the biggest hoard of treasure to loot. Now, your miniatures can experience this …

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Horrific Beasts and Where to Find Them: Pathfinder Bestiary 6 Review

by 3 months ago

Pathfinder has been going strong for nearly ten years now, which in RPG terms is fairly long in the tooth. Its bevy of supplements and adventure paths have grown so …

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Pax Unplugged Tickets Now on Sale!

by 3 months ago

PAX has been a staple of gaming for many years, and the growth of tabletop as a medium meant that PAX has created its own event just to showcase the …

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