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OSRIC Book of Assassins
by Timothy B. [Featured Reviewer] Date Added: 01/26/2012 16:46:50
What you get: A 26-page book on Assassins and subclasses for OSRIC and compatible games. The sub classes are interesting enough to keep my attention (I liked the Ninja and the Bounty Hunter).

What struck me as odd though was how it was written. I am not 100% sure English was the first language of the author. There were some very awkward word choices and sentences through out. It also uses a 3rd party skill system that I didn't have. With the OGL the best to do would be include it.

The layout is clean but uninspired (a single column of text) and there is no art at all.

The concept is good, the execution of it though is poor.

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OSRIC Book of Assassins
by Dominique C. [Verified Purchaser] Date Added: 09/01/2010 10:51:23
Very poor layout (no art, no columns, text written in big to increase the number pages), and as for content, it looks like it is heavily inspired from the AD&D 2e softcover supplement "Complete Thief Hadbook". Including that the five subclasses are no sub-classes at all but merely 2e kits. It's fairly usable with Osric, but I am disappointed by this product. Same comment by the way for the two other supplements of same line by this author.

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OSRIC Book of Paladins
by Dominique C. [Verified Purchaser] Date Added: 09/01/2010 10:49:25
Very poor layout (no art, no columns, text written in big to increase the number pages), and as for content, it looks like it is heavily inspired from the AD&D 2e softcover supplement "Complete Paladin Hadbook". It's fairly usable with Osric, but I am disappointed by this product. Same comment by the way for the two other supplements of same line by this author.

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OSRIC Book of Clerics
by Dominique C. [Verified Purchaser] Date Added: 09/01/2010 10:47:10
Very poor layout (no art, no columns, text written in big to increase the number pages), and as for content, it looks like it is drawn (or at least heavily inspired) from the AD&D 2e softcover supplement "Complete Priest Hadbook". It's fairly usable with Osric, but I am disappointed by this product. Same comment by the way for the two other supplement of same line by this author.

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