• Folk Lore: Remedies and Healing

    Many RPG campaigns take place in medieval-like settings and, as a result, it’s pretty easy to spice things up with a few folk remedies.  And where better to turn for these remedies than history itself? Whether these...

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  • Upper Deck Evolution

    Upper Deck is struggling to stay on top of the game. Their latest, which comes out tomorrow, is a set of electronic sports “cards” called Evolution. The cards are, in fact, half-inch thick card-sized objects with...

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  • Old School Podcast: Fantasy Flight Games at PAX East talk Mansions of Madness, Warhammer 40k, and more

    In his extremely productive wanderings around PAX East, Tracy stalked and successfully caught the Fantasy Flight Games booth, where he procured an interview talking about Mansions of Madness, Warhammer 40k and a product that is almost...

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  • Ask the readers: Does not play well with others…

    Over in the  Paizo Blog I’ve been reading with some interest their proposed changes to the  Pathfinder Society Organized Play program. I have never participated on such programs. When I began role playing I was intrigued...

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  • Minigames in roleplaying games

    Recently I have started playing Sid Meier’s Pirates! again. Pirates! is a single-player, open world game set into the Caribbean during the late 16th and early to late 17th century. You play a ship captain working...

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  • Superpowerful Bonanza, a Superhero Combat Board Game

    Azikwe Games is back ( also here ) with Superpowerful Bonanza , a new game based on superheroes, unique superheroes created by the designer and publisher Luanga Nuwame. The game comes with a comic book illustrating...

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  • Second Look—Braggart

    I finally got a chance to get Braggart to the table the other night, playing it 2 player with my wife. The first thing I’ve got to say about the game is that it’s incredible simple...

    • Posted 3 years ago
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  • Second Look—Braggart

    I finally got a chance to get Braggart to the table the other night, playing it 2 player with my wife. The first thing I’ve got to say about the game is that it’s incredible simple...

    • Posted 3 years ago
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  • Rose’s Memory Games

    Rose’s Memory makes two memory games with high contrast black and white cards, in themes of apparel and sports. The site pitches the games at patients with Alzheimer’s or Traumatic Brain Injury and their caregivers. They...

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  • It Didn’t Go the Way Your Ancestors Said – Book Review of Colonial Gothic

    What if history as we knew it had holes in it? What if the things that we hold true about the French and Indian Wars or American Revolution were only partially true? What if all of...

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