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Written Review – Unearth

Long ago your ancestors built spires, towers, and more that brought awe to the world. As time has passed, these relics have been covered up and forgotten. In Unearth you work with creatures known as Delvers to help rediscover these age-old monuments. But does the game dig a hole for itself?

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Written Review – Spirit of 77

Don’t let those jive turkeys throw shade on your style. Keep that cool cat head of yours and show some soul, brother. In Spirit of 77 you’re taken to the streets back in the renegade days of funk and placed in the fly kicks of a vigilante out for some justice. Take a peep inside, baby, and keep that motor running!

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Written Review – D&D 5th Edition: Tales from the Yawning Portal

    Hey there, everyone! Today, I’m bringing you dungeons, dungeons, and yep, you guessed it, more dungeons. Tales of the Yawning Portal is an April 2017 release by Wizards of the Coast and it features several dungeon modules from previous editions that have been updated for D&D 5th Edition. Wizards has compiled some of […]

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Video Review – Dog Might Skirmish Box

Check out the Skirmish Box, a brand new accessory from the lumberjacks at Dog Might! This new box keeps your miniatures for skirmish games nice and organized as well as offers a travel solution to keep all your things together without the worry of scuffing or paint chipping. Get yours now via Kickstarter!

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Written Review – The Universal Storytelling System

The Universal Storytelling System was created by Derek Knutsen, and it’s a total flip on the RPG genre. Instead of dice the system uses playing cards, but not how you’d think. I got the chance to play at Who’s Yer Con this year, and here’s what I thought!

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Video Review – Pathfinder Bestiary 5

Looking to get new life out of classic monsters in your Pathfinder game, or for some fearsome demons for your heroic campaign? Look no further than the Bestiary 5, the latest monster compendium available for the Pathfinder RPG!

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Written Review – Villains and Vigilantes Card Game

Are you seeking to rid the city of evil, or are you an arch-villain with plans to destroy it? You choose in Villains and Vigilantes by Game Salute, a card game where the city hosts all sorts of super powers all in one place!

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Written Review – Shipwrights of the North Sea

The sea is calling! As a viking, it’s your duty to go forth, build ships, and raid! Compete to be the best viking you can by building only the finest of ships, deserving of the most glorifying of adventures on the high seas.

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Video Review – Edge of Extinction

Do you know how the ecosystem works? Did you know there are many different types of ecosystems that exist in our environment? If you didn’t, Edge of Extinction can help gain you some knowledge! This brilliant game from Two Sisters in the Wild is just as much fun as it is educational!

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Written Review – Volo’s Guide to Monsters

Wizards of the Coast takes a new turn on the conventional bestiary with Volo’s Guide to Monsters, a new supplement for Dungeons & Dragons 5th Edition. This book goes deep into the lives and societies of the denizens found in the D&D world, all while providing what a GM needs to get his monster on!

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Written Review – Sail to India

The best way to make money on the high seas? Sailing to India to sell your cargo, of course! In another one of AEG’s small box games that packs a surprising punch, Sail to India will have you doing just that.

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Written Review – Puppetland

Do you have the stuffing to take Puppetland back from Punch? The maker is gone and the revolution is rising. In Puppetland, the horrors of your dreams come to life in exciting 1-hour game sessions that take RPGs to the next level!

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Video Review – Pathfinder Pocket Editions

Paizo has released “Pocket Editions” of both Pathfinder’s Core Rulebook and Bestiary, Smaller, more compact, and lightweight, these editions of the core rules make it great for referencing and traveling with the tools you need to play Pathfinder. They also make great gifts for those wanting to get into the game. Check out our video review to take a closer look at the new Pocket Editions from Paizo!

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Video Review – Savage Worlds Deluxe Explorer’s Edition

Pinnacle Entertainment created Savage Worlds, a tabletop RPG, many years ago. Today the game system still runs strong, and I got the chance to check out the Deluxe Explorer’s Edition, which presents you with everything you need to run a Savage Worlds campaign. Homebrewing is abundant with this system, so join me as I call upon my friend, Savage Man, to help show off this unique RPG.

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Written Review – Catan: Explorers and Pirates

Get on board and sail new seas in the world of Catan with Explorers and Pirates! Use Gold to purchase resources and get ahead in the game, but beware pirates and other dastardly fellows from far off lands. Check out our Catan: Explorers and Pirates review!

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The Five Play Review: Descent: Journeys in the Dark: Road to Legend (Second Edition)

With the success of Mansions of Madness Second Edition I was intrigued to check out Descent: Road to Legend – an app that assumes the role of the Overlord so you can truly enjoy a co-op experience with Descent. This is what I thought after putting the app to the test.

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