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Manaforge, resource management with a magical edge!

The Author would like to thank Mystic Tiger Games for providing a copy for review! Manaforge, now you finally know where all those magic items come from! It is no big secret that board games have made a massive comeback over the last 5-6 years.  Once again families gather beneath the dinner table and pop open cardboard boxes for a …

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Modern gamer, should you buy it local or buy it online?

Once upon a time back in 1986… It is 1986.  My dragon magazine is open and inside is a glossy advertisement for this book called Warhammer Fantasy Roleplay.  It features an ogre with a black and white mohawk getting skewered by a dwarf with an orange crested mohawk.  My imagination was on fire!  I had to buy this right then …

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Sailing on The Dangerous Sea, a sneak peek

The Dangerous Sea Sneak Peek Demo copy provided by Dangerous Games to the reviewer free of charge.  All logos and the name The Dangerous Sea are trademarks of Dangerous Games. Svalfi Kolfinnsson fought the strong current, holding the sun stone up periodically to site their position.  They had been moving upon the water for many settings of the sun, and …

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The GameMaster’s Tool Box, a bi weekly article on world creation, running adventures, and survival behind the screen

The Gamemaster’s Tool Box So you want to be a Gamemaster I am getting ready to help run a Dungeons and Dragons club at my kid’s school soon.  As I was prepping for how myself and my buddy Doug wanted to bring kids in, the discussion came up of eventually getting a few of the kids to take up the …

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Hackmaster, the KODT inspired system is no joking matter!

Hackmaster core books review part 1 Written by Christopher Bishop The author would like to state that he is reviewing his own personally bought copies of the product. Hackmaster first appeared in Knights of the Dinner Table comic strip as early as 1995 (I asked Jolly Blackburn to confirm this).  At the time, it was more of a tongue and …