• Bring a little 1e lethality – and some background- to your new 4e character

    The AD&D module "Treasure Hunt," published in 1986, can prove instructive in bringing the lethality and tension of the game's first edition to the game's current edition. Years ago, when opening the fourth edition Player’s Handbook...

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  • Fortune Cards, my two cents…

    Tweet There’s been a storm in the Twitterverse and the Blogosphere, a storm of FORTUNE! (Fate would have sounded much cooler, thanks designers at WotC for ruining my opening line; you are the cause of all...

    • Posted 3 years ago
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  • Looking for a change of pace in your D&D game? Switch sides!

    The "Reverse Dungeon" module was a breath of fresh air for the writer's game 10 years ago. Adventures like it can do the same for your game today. In this writer’s estimation, one of the high...

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  • Detroit in Ruins – Photographs of a city in decline

    These are some very haunting, cool, and evocative photos of just a few of the once grand, now decrepit, places in Detroit. The first thing that springs to my mind is “post-apocalyptic” making these great sources...

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  • What about the GameMastery Plot Twist Cards? A review… (And slight ramble!)

    Tweet With such a convoluted title to this post, I better make some sense out of this! What is this post? First and foremost a review of the GameMastery Plot Twist Cards … What are this...

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  • New game, new tools!

    Tweet This past weekend I began a new campaign. We reached a natural lull in the ongoing Pathfinder RPG campaign, which has run for 65 (almost) weekly sessions and decided to put the game in hiatus...

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  • Second Look—New World Colony

    Back in October I had posted about New World Colony , a board game released for the iPad. Since then I’ve had the opportunity to play the game, and even got early access to version 3...

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  • Catanimals, Plush Resources From Settlers

    Catanimals are plush resources inspired by Settlers of Catan: wood, brick, wheat, sheep, and ore. The brick and ore are a little abstract, but the wood, wheat, and (naturally) sheep are pretty clear. There will be...

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  • Making a Comeback is Making a Comeback

    Erin Sherbert at The Examiner wins the clueless award for being the first reporter this year to title an article “Board Games Are Making a Comeback”, a title or phrase which has been used at least...

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  • Making a Comeback is Making a Comeback

    Erin Sherbert at The Examiner wins the clueless award for being the first reporter this year to title an article “Board Games Are Making a Comeback”, a title or phrase which has been used at least...

    • Posted 3 years ago
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