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Eminent Domain: TMG’s dynamic empire creating deck builder

Eminent Domain galaxy conquering review Review by Christopher Bishop A review copy was graciously provided to the author for review. There are many deck builders out there these days.  Many of them have various mechanics that over complicate or add layers that give a superficial layer of difficulty.  Eminent Domain is thankfully not among them.  With clear-cut rules and fast gameplay, …

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Sunken Treasure: The Rod of Seven Parts Retro Review

The Rod of Seven Parts Retro Review The author would like to acknowledge that some spoilers to the adventure may be given within the review, so if you intend on playing in this campaign you might want to avoid reading it until after the campaign is complete.   Campaign Design by Skip Williams Artwork by Stephen A. Daniele, Greg Kerkman, …

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Handling the Table Personality: The Glory Hound

This is the last posting on handling the table personality.  I give my sincere apologies on the length of time between the posts but my art department (my 12-year-old daughter) has been very busy lately, and I was awaiting her artistic touches.  Nevertheless let us tackle this tough table personality, The Glory Hound. What exactly is a Glory Hound you may …

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Montidots Limited: The Fenworthy Inheritance

The Fenworthy Inheritance Review An Adventure Written, Illustrated, and Edited by Simon Todd The Fenworthy Inheritance is a love letter to pulp era fiction.  More than that, it is also a fine example of the GORE rules in action and does more than a little to support that system.  For those unfamiliar, the GORE system, or Generic Old School Roleplaying Engine, is …

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Traveller 2nd edition by Mongoose Publishing Review

Traveller 2nd edition review   Traveller first appeared in 1977.  It is the second science fiction roleplaying game ever published, following closely on the heels of Metamorphosis Alpha in 1976.  From its inception, Traveller has always straddled the line of hard/soft science fiction approach to things.  For those who either are not fans of science fiction or were not aware of the …

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QuickWits and QuickWits2, party game for adults

Quickwits and Quickwits 2, Join the party and keep it going review   Quickwits is a fun card game, with the aim of making any party break out in raucous laughter.  Does it achieve it’s lofty purpose?  Read on and find out my take on Quickwits and Quickwits 2. What’s in the box???? Quickwits Box ~ 150 cards consisting of: Quikwits cards Mystery …

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Grimslingers: Frantic fun in the Forgotten West

Grimslingers Review In a land beyond God’s reckonin’ is a place called the Forgotten West. A cursed land of sorts in the American Frontier, housing the damned, the mysterious, the unfortunate. You ended up there, God knows why, and you sure ain’t leavin’ anytime soon. Grimslingers is produced by Greenbrier Games and is the brainchild of Stephen S. Gibson. Grimslingers …