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Traders Galaxy’s Lamiar Gun Slaves Miniatures

Guest Writer: Bryan Parke Traders Galaxy have sent a blister of their new “Lamiar Gun Slaves” Sci Fi miniatures through hyperspace for us to play with and review. So let’s crack on and see what goodies we have got out mitts on! Traders Galaxy are an Australian miniatures company, and they produce a variety of quirky, retro-vibe Sci Fi models. …

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Bronze Dragon Miniatures

Guest Review: DM Misha For this review, I was lucky enough to receive some bronze miniatures from the company Bronze Dragon Miniatures. I spoke with the company owner briefly, as I wanted to find out what got him into this hobby/business. At the time of our talks, he was still in the process of trying to procure some older catalogs/listings …

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Guest Review: Harps Corp Dice Tray

Guest Writer: Bryan Parke I’ve been searching for a good dice tray for a long time. I’ve tried various boxes, trays, and even researched different methods for making my own and whilst some of the alternatives have been okay, nothing has ever really truly shone as a solution for me. However, whilst browsing the various stalls at the recent MCM …

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Warlock Tome with Black Dragon Metal Dice Review

Guest Writer: Nick Monitto Dice. They are the most important foundation to nearly all of the games we love. Yes, there are rulebooks, but we learn them pretty quickly; most of us can quote what we need right at the table. There are modules, but the adventures can come from our own minds when we want them to. Dice, though, …

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Ghost Review: Geek Fuel Subscription Box

Guest Writer: Jonathan Reinhart GeekFuel is a mystery box containing unknown objects of geeky, nerdy, gaming goodness.  Delivered to your door this monthly subscription service guarantees to provide you with $50+ USD of value in every box.  They claim to do that by promising to give you an exclusive t-shirt, games & collectibles in each box.The question many of us …

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Reviews You Can Use: DNDICE

If there’s one thing that DnDice (in Great Britain) does well, it’s innovation in polyhedral design and presentation.  Luckily for us tabletop gaming enthusiasts, DnDice does many things well. Inspired by metallic dragons and topped off with an electroplated finish, these British beauties were born for battle.  Each metal case containing the dice is lined with a specialty foam denser …

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Reviews You Can Use: Artisan Dice

Hats off to Artisan Dice for letting us have a look at their Aeneus dice and their Mpingo (African Blackwood) dice.  Now in their fifth year of creating handcrafted dice for the discerning gamer, Artisan Dice continues to impress, as you’ll see from the photos included here. Here we have a wooden dice set that’s been created from Mpingo (more …