Tales of the Caliphate Nights, set to release in print to your FLGS starting on Monday the 7th of August, has another perfect 5 star review.
Some highlights of the review:
" In addition, one can see the influence of the Thousand Nights, the classic collection of Arabian fairy tales in both the rules and setting details of the book. In fact, stories and story-telling are a big part of Caliphate Nights. That they've succeeded in their somewhat difficult task speaks well for Paradigm Concepts, Inc."
"This is also where we first see the idea of storytelling introduced as something of a metagame concept in the rules. While all roleplaying game characters are part of a story, Tales of the Caliphate Nights gives mechanics to back that idea up and, at the same time, encourage the kind of stories that inspired the setting. Its wonderfully innovative and a welcome addition to the open gaming landscape."
"Tales of the Caliphate Nights is an interesting campaign setting that simultaneously combines elements of a historic setting with the stories it has inspired. I really like the way the system mechanics are made to support the roleplaying aspects of the setting. True20 seems a perfect fit for this setting, and the authors have done a great job adapting it to work even better for their ends. There is some real innovation going on in this [book], and you can see why it was selected as one of the winners in Green Ronin's True20 setting search. "
Check out the entire review here