Category: "Tabletop"

13th Age Contest: The White and the Wizard King

I only recently discovered the Iconic Podcast, a show dedicated to my favorite edition of D&D: 13th Age. Not only do they interview the big players in the 13th Age scene including the game’s co-creator Rob Heinsoo, but it’s refreshing to hear a gaming podcast really drill down into the mechanics of a particular game in

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Guillotine: Decapitation for Fun and Profit

A few weeks ago I blogged about Lunch Money, a favorite card game of mine and one of the single-deck games that weaned me from my Magic: the Gathering addiction. Today I’d like to introduce another of those single-deck games that’s easier to play and only slightly less morbid: Guillotine. Guillotine was originally released by Magic wranglers

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Review: Lunch Money

Lunch Money taps into that inner Catholic schoolgirl revenge fantasy inside all of us… My progression with cards and card games was mostly an economic one. I started out collecting baseball cards, which was fun when I also went to baseball games. In high school I stopped going to games and

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Review: DC Deck-Building Game

It’s Aquaman’s time to shine! “Fuck you, Green Arrow.” Not gonna lie; I uttered this phrase more than once on a recent game night, where I was introduced to DC Deck-Building Game. “No, you want Green Arrow,” one of our friends said. “He’s really good.” And he is, in his

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13th Age Monsters – The Evil Party

13th Age Monsters – The Evil Party! Last week I talked about an encounter that Jon and I worked on together in 13th Age – the Manifestations of Will. When Jon and I ran this encounter in our respective games, we each used the mechanic with an evil version of

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Tsuro of the Seas: A game of treacherous waters

Last week I gushed about what I think is probably the best board game out there: Tsuro. When I heard about it’s successor, (shamefully I wasn’t aware of the Kickstarter campaign that launched it), I was pretty jazzed to try Tsuro of the Seas: A game of treacherous waters. I

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Tsuro: The Game of the Path

If there is such a thing as the perfect board game, then Tsuro is it. Tsuro: The game of the path has beautiful artwork, rules that you could explain in the time it takes to go up three floors on an elevator, and is fun to play even when scaled

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Learned Lesson – Day 28 D&D 40th Anniversary Blog Hop

This is the final day of the of d20 Dark Ages’ D&D 40th Anniversary Blog Hop Challenge! Based off of the challenge’s prompts I will be sharing personal stories about my history with Dungeons & Dragons every day in February. You can hop to another participating blog by using the links at

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Doing It Over Again – Day 27 D&D 40th Anniversary Blog Hop

This is day 27 of the of d20 Dark Ages’ D&D 40th Anniversary Blog Hop Challenge! Based off of the challenge’s prompts I will be sharing personal stories about my history with Dungeons & Dragons every day in February. You can hop to another participating blog by using the links at the

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First Gaming Group – Day 26 D&D 40th Anniversary Blog Hop

This is day 26 of the of d20 Dark Ages’ D&D 40th Anniversary Blog Hop Challenge! Based off of the challenge’s prompts I will be sharing personal stories about my history with Dungeons & Dragons every day in February. You can hop to another participating blog by using the links at the

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