In this episode, Collin and Cindy take the reins and talk about a few games that they have been playing! Plus, you have about 24 hours left to enter our contest to win a set of Easy Roller Dice!Read More
Around this time last year, we finished our series of Top 50 games of all time on the podcast as a celebration of hitting 100 episodes. This year, we decided to do an update but instead of doing a long series again, we are only talking about our Top 10 list. Therefore, I figured I'd use the blog to talk about the rest of my favorite games.Read More
My cat Oscar and I were intrigued by the Deluxe version of Brass: Lancashire from Roxley Games, so we go about opening it up and looking through all the goodies!
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Continuing to support Womens History Month, here are some podcasts/videos with a cast of women or at least women GMs running various RPGs!
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In honor of Women's history month, I take a look at a couple of RPGs that women had a big hand in creating.
We’ve been wanting to do a whole lot more when it comes to creating content, so we’ve launched a patreon in order to try and help cover those costs. Even if you back at $1/month, you’ll get extra special bonus content that I can’t wait to start planning!
The Star Trek Adventures RPG from Modiphius Entertainment is a RPG where you can create your own Star Trek-like episodes as you explore new worlds in the massive universe. In this video, I give a brief look at how the game plays and my thoughts on the game.Read More
Emerald Empire is the first sourcebook from Fantasy Flight Games for its Legend of the Five Rings RPG. In this video, I go over my thoughts on the book and ponder how learning the lore can help enrich the card game experience.Read More
Oh Seafall. I picked you up on discount, not really expecting a lot. Everyone else had already downplayed this game, but I figured for $20-30, how bad could it be? For those of you who aren't aware, Seafall was a 2016 Age of sail/Nautical themed Legacy game (a type of game where one game can drastically change the next time you play the game) released by Plaid Hat Games. It was highly anticipated at the time as it was the first legacy game that wasn't based on another game like Risk Legacy or Pandemic Legacy, however that anticipation didn't last very long. For me, I did get my money's worth out of this game, but I might need therapy after playing this game. It made me experience just about every emotion out there, to the point where I can't continue this conversation without throwing up a huge SPOILER WARNING!Read More