Michael Fullerton

Helpful votes received on reviews: 100% (3 of 3)
Location: Connecticut USA
Birthday: Dec 20
In My Own Words:
I'm bitter.


Top Reviewer Ranking: 625,012 - Total Helpful Votes: 3 of 3
Vigil Watch: Warrens of the Ratmen by Dave Brohman
When I read this book, I was glad the Ratmen were presented as not just another evil, warmongering race of monsters. In fact, this book presents the ratmen as part of a larger, ratmen society with different subraces and factions each with their own agendas. Some seek unity among the subraces, while others are absolute pariahs. Indeed, the ratmen become a vital part of the world of the Scarred Lands.
As a sourcebook for Sword and Sorcery's Scarred Lands Campaign setting, this book is a must have. However, those people not playing in the Scarred Lands can find some use in it for presenting ratmen/ratlings/skaven, or whatever other name you wish to call rat people, into thier campaign… Read more
Epitaph ~ Front Line Assembly
Epitaph ~ Front Line Assembly
2.0 out of 5 stars Leeb it alone, Feb. 25 2002
Front Line Assembly has been barely listenable since Rhys Fulber left to pursue his producing career. This album is yet another example of why.
If you liked FLAvour of the Week and the FLA releases that followed, then this is more of the same. Leeb's music lacks any real vision, and often is quite boring. I certainly hope rumors are true that this is the last FLA album, because Leeb has already managed to kick the corpse around for too long.
I admit, some of the soundscapes are nice, but I've often heard better. Check out the last two releases from Xorcist for some nice soundscapes, or any Download or In Strict Confidence release for some electronic wizardry.
If you're new… Read more
The Divine and the Defeated by Sword and Sorcery Studios
The Divine and the Defeated by Sword and Sorcery Studios
5.0 out of 5 stars Excellent, Dec 30 2001
This book is a must-have if you are a fan of the Scarred Lands setting, being chocked full of information about not only the divine avatars and the titans, but demigods as well. It also introduces the notion of Divine Heralds and Pages, the more potent servitors of the gods. Interspersed with the text about the gods are several major and minor artifacts with a backstory and indicators of the roles they have placed in the world. Perhaps most impressive, however, are the several new divine spell domains presented. These are an excellent addition, and are useful for rounding out the powers of clerics and gods in other campaign settings. In all, I strongly recommend this book; it is very… Read more