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Book Retort of ‘Spine of the Dragon’

Guestwriter: John Enfield This review was made possible by the gift of a review copy, QWERTY and rolling natural 20s. If you like to glean inspiration and ideas for your campaigns from fantasy novels, you’ll be in for a feast when you explore ‘Spine of the Dragon’ by Kevin J. Anderson.  It’s filled with all the trappings of an epic …

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Eye of the Beholder’s Promising Trailer

Guestwriter: Nick Monitto I would venture to guess that many of Multiverse’s readers are tabletop gamers who began to play in the golden age of the 1970s and 80s, or are younger folks who were inspired to dig into the RPG’s of the past. Wherever you may fall on the timeline, though, it is almost certain that you knew about …

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That’s a Question! by CGE

Guestwriter: Thessaly Tracy If you frequent online discussions of boardgames to any degree, it is almost assured that you have come across a fan asking the following: “What is a good game to bring to a family/friend gathering, where most of the other guests would not be familiar with modern style games?” “That’s a Question!” is one of the first …

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Kieron Gillen’s DIE #1

Writer: Kieron Gillen Art: Stephanie Hans This article was brought to you by the gift of a review copy, QWERTY and rolling natural 20s…but not with that specific die. If you are a fan of The Wicked + The Divine, you already want to check out Kieron Gillen’s newest comic just out of curiosity. WicDiv is winding down and we …

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Trollhammer, a fun solo adventure

Guestwriter: John Enfield Playing roleplaying games is a blast with friends new or old, but what do you do when you want to scratch that RPG itch but cannot get a group together that day? You play a solo adventure, of course. Many game systems have solo adventures written for them, but only a few are designed for solo play …

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John Enfield’s Gaming Gear: Part the Second -Elderwood’s Hex Chest Dice Box

Guestwriter: John Enfield Part two of a three part review! Part one was about the Winged Dice and part three will be about the Spellbook Game Box. Elderwood Academy is an online boutique with many interesting bits of gaming gear, some of which are customizable – letting you choose from many different colors, types of materials, engraving designs, etc. In …

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The Game of Things in the Classroom

Guestwriter: Joani Enfield While exploring The Game of Things, this is what I discovered while unboxing and reviewing the box and its contents, playing the game with others, and using it in my classroom with students. First, during the initial unboxing phase of my investigation, I found that the plastic tray is not necessary inside the box, due to the …