Armitage Files review

A review of The Armitage Files on rpg.net offering top marks (10/10)

For anyone who doubts an investigative sandbox campaign is possible, this book is the winning counterargument.

I know of no other books like this one. I hope this is not the case for long.

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Armitage Files Review

John Stavropoulos declared Armitage Files his Best RPG Purchase of 2010. Read more here.

Why do I love it? Most modules don’t fit my style of GMing. I’m a very improvisational GM who likes to build scenarios around my players (rather than run railroady static scenarios where the players feel disconnected and “dropped in”). The Armitage Files works perfectly with how I run games.

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