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Shall We Play A Game? [Part 2 of 10]

[Editor’s Note: The following is Jeffrey Webb’s noteworthy college thesis from 2015, written during his time at the American Military University in Charles Town, West Virginia, to be reprinted here in its entirety, in ten parts, with the author’s permission, for your reading enjoyment. Footnotes have been extracted from this presentation of Jeffrey Webb’s writings, to enhance this casual reading …

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Book Retort: Elf Warfare

The Elegantly Deadly Dance that is Elf Warfare Written by John Diffley I’ll admit upfront, I have been a longtime fan of Osprey Publishing, especially their historical warfare series.  However, a few years back they started to offer Fantasy and Sci-Fi titles as well, and then branched out into wargames, and I fell in love all over again.  One of …

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Sneak Peek [Frostgrave: Ulterior Motives]

Joseph A. McCullough and Osprey Games have done it again, with this latest addition to their burgeoning Frostgrave line (available in June 2017.)  Tabletop miniature wargaming is rarely THIS cool.  With an outer box measuring a scant 5.62″ x 4″ x 0.75″ this diminutive Frostgrave expansion packs a wallop whilst being easy on the eyes; no Lilliputian feat, that. Of …

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Q&A with Joseph McCullough

It’s not every day that we get to see game designer Joseph McCullough chime in on Frostgrave and all things tabletop gaming, so let’s do this, with relish. Q:  FROSTGRAVE is an incredible tabletop gaming experience. What can you share with us about the early stages of this game’s development? JM: I get a little embarrassed when I talk about …

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Frostgrave: The Review

Written by Bryan Parke Frostgrave; Fantasy Wargames in the Frozen City written by Joseph A. McCullough and published by Osprey Games is a skirmish level miniature figurines (minifigs) game for two or more players.  The rule book contains all the information a player needs to start playing within the frozen ruins of the city of Felstad. A thousand years ago …

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International Tabletop Gaming Day!

 In honor of International Tabletop Gaming Day, we here at Multiverse decided to discuss our favorite games and memories in the hopes that our readership may glean something of value from our veritable EONS of tabletop gaming experience. Timothy Connolly Favorite Tabletop Game: First edition AD&D. My journey with this particular edition of the hobby began on Long Island in 1978, and it would …