Earth 2089 & Kazakhstan


Copies of both of these arrived in the most this morning, though I've only had chance for a quick flick through them both.

First impressions are good, and I especially like the non-glossy paper that these have been printed on. Noh the books look good, and there seems to be usefull info in each one that could come in handy when I get chance to GM a game.

That's the main reaosn I bought Kazakhstan to mine for ideas, rather than to use as is in a game. I'm sure it's an excelent scenario/adventure, but the group that I mostly play with doesn't react well to prefab games.

Anyway, good books, and I hope there's many more to come.