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Villainous Vikings; don’t mead and sail…

I first stumbled across Villainous Vikings around June of 2013 somewhere on the BGG site.  It looked much different than it does now, but it was interesting enough to catch my attention.  I had reached out to Jeremy Stoltzfus about … Continue reading

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My FLGS (an editorial)

Long before Wil Wheaton became the sweetheart of the gaming industry, before he invaded our computers with his fancy Geek Chic table and his celebrity friends, geeks were rolling D20′s in their basements and slaying trolls.  The popularity of table … Continue reading

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Ancient Terrible Things: An adventure in pulp horror…

Ancient Terrible Things was a kickstarter project, which at the time, I decided not to back.  The decision wasn’t based on game play, but more an exercise in self restraint as I had just purchased too many games and I … Continue reading

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Shinobi WAT-AAH! A game with kung-fu sound effects built into the title.

Shinobi Wat-ahh had me at Naïade.  You may not immediate recognize his name, but I’ll bet that you’ve seen his art on some of your favorite games.  Xavier Gueniffey Durin AKA Naïade is probably best known in the gaming world … Continue reading

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‘Existence is a die thrown by blind human hands – only the gods glimpse its final outcome.’

Quantum slipped right past me, somehow, even with all of its hype from Essen’13, it went completely under my radar.  It wasn’t until I saw a local distributor on Facebook post about it that it even caught my attention.  How? … Continue reading

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