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Vaesen: Mythic Britain & Ireland Reviewed on The Gaming Gang Dispatch #928

On this episode I provide my review of Vaesen: Mythic Britain & Ireland from Free League Publishing. The sourcebook is full of folkloric nuggets about the region and also includes a trio of new mysteries to solve. The 156 page hardcover carries an MSRP of $44.99 or grab just the PDF alone at DriveThruRPG for $21.99. Plus the latest tabletop gaming news from Chaosium Inc, Steamforged Games, Paizo Inc, WizKids, Goodman Games, and more.

This week The Dispatch is sponsored by Armoured Games and their Knight RPG Kickstarter.

9:21 Tabletop gaming news
29:50 Random musings and a brief intermission
46:01 Reviewing Vaesen: Mythic Britain & Ireland
1:03:06 Final thoughts and review score
1:05:30 Wrapping up

Vaesen: Mythic Britain & Ireland (Free League Publishing)Game Title: Vaesen: Mythic Britain & Ireland

Publisher: Free League Publishing

Author: Graeme Davis

Artists: Johan Egerkrans and Anton Vitus

Year: 2022

Genre: Regional sourcebook and adventure collection for the Vaesen roleplaying game

Pages: 156 pages

MSRP: $44.99 for the hardcover or $22.99 in PDF at DriveThruRPG

Founder/Editor-in-chief of The Gaming Gang website and host of The Gaming Gang Dispatch and other TGG media, Jeff tackles any and all sorts of games but has a special fondness for strategy, conflict sims, and roleplaying games. Plus, he's certainly never at a loss for an opinion...

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    Vaesen: Mythic Britain & Ireland Reviewed on The Gaming Gang Dispatch #928

    I like Mythic Britain & Ireland but I do have some issues with the book. For one, the gazetteer portion of the book is not very in depth and we just get some bite sized nuggets about locales in the U.K. I also feel there is way too much white space in the book and it almost feels like it ends up where the page count is artificially inflated. I do think the three adventures are very solid and do give the book a recommendation.
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