There is a trio of small trade paperbacks that contain stuff from some of the big characters in the film, called Spider-Verse Miles Morales, Spider-Verse Spider-Gwen, and Spider-Verse Spider-Men. Marvel has also started doing some tabloid sized graphic novels, which include one that has the...
With the obvious caveat that the material is from the Inquisition's biased point of view, how good is this stuff at explaining the Warhammer 40K world to somebody like me who only knows some of the basics and a few of the internet memes?
Yeah, the Amazon price has me kinda tempted, though there's a part of me that'd like a chance to flip through the book first. Though I guess I can always check out the SRD.
Edit: now that I check, the Amazon price has jumped up $12 so I'm not quite as tempted.
Magic items were also in the core rulebook in first edition Pathfinder, as generally it seems like the goal of the core rulebook is to have the mechanical bits from the PHB and DMG. (First edition also had prestige classes right in the core book, for example.)
Titan/Tighten in Megamind is trained by Megamind pretending to be his Jor-El style Space Dad, though Megamind is not very good at being evil, and to the extent that what happens is his fault, it's more for choosing the worst possible candidate for superpowers and then not even attempting to...
So a bit like the Greyhawk Adventures book but after the edition change. Got it. I'd somehow never heard there was a 2nd edition core Realms box set, but it makes perfect sense given how big box sets were back then.
Motorskills, are you sticking to the default rule where you can only have one Inspiration at a time? Cause I actually kinda like that reroll rule. It's sort of a heroic fantasy thing of people coming together to overcome fate, evil, whatever.
I could actually see that being kinda fun, since it's potentially an opportunity to eat food that relates to the campaign setting. Bonus points if you're doing something that has an official cookbook you can draw on.
I would actually recommend Super Mario Odyssey. There's a ridiculous number of Power Moons to collect, and I've been having a lot of fun just running around in each kingdom looking for stuff. Also, in addition to the normal coins, each kingdom has special coins that only work there which you can...