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Dark Hold: Goblin Adventures

Written by Michael Smith The following review is for Dark Hold: Goblin Adventures by Rebel Minis. This game is dedicated to the small groveling races which scratch out an existence in the dark catacombs through which other heroes stride like unto gods. This book is Savage Worlds compatible allowing players and game masters to run a campaign revolving around low …

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Q&A Today with Dann Kriss

It’s not every day that we get to enjoy seeing game designer Dann Kriss chime in on all things gaming, so let’s do this, with relish. Q:  TAVERN MASTERS looks like great fun.  What can you tell us about this game, without giving too much away? DK: The basic elevator pitch is that each player is a Tavernkeeper in the …

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Anno Dracula 1895: Seven Days in Mayhem

Guest Review by Eric Bloat Anno Dracula 1895:  Seven Days in Mayhem written by Kim Newman, art by Paul McCaffrey, released by Titan Comics is the first Comic Book entry in a long running, alternative history of fictional novels to Bram Stoker’s Dracula where the heroes of the Stoker’s Dracula failed to defeat the titular vampire villain.  In this fictional …

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Imagine Magazine, Issue 3: Looking Back

Way back in the early 1980’s, TSR was big, yet under fire from religious and parent groups. The company chose to expand to a division in the United Kingdom. It was from the offices of TSR-UK that Imagine Magazine spawned. Lasting only 30 issues, plus one special, Imagine started as half original, UK-only content and half-Dragon Magazine content. When the plug …

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Reviews You Can Use: The Warlock of Firetop Mountain

Tin Man Games has another hit on their hands with The Warlock of Firetop Mountain; the rare digital game that evokes tabletop fantasy medieval tabletop RPGing. In 1982, Puffin Books began publishing the Fighting Fantasy series of single-player interactive gamebooks, the first of which was The Warlock of Firetop Mountain (penned by British gaming legends Steve Jackson and Ian Livingstone; …

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Joe Manganiello From Magic Mike to Magic Missile

Actor Joe Manganiello may have gotten his big movie break by playing bully Flash Thompson in Sam Raimi’s  Spider-Man, but the truth is, he’s one of us geeks. Joe’s been tweeting for awhile about how he’s in talks with Wizards of the Coast and people in Hollywood to get a good Dungeons & Dragons movie made. The script that’s being …

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Sunken Treasure: S1 Tomb of Horrors

Celebrating 39 Years of a Classic Gygax Adventure By Joe Bingaman   Depending on how you look at it, you either love it or hate it. Tomb of Horrors, the Gary Gygax classic adventure from the First Edition days, is experiencing a renewed interest, thanks to Wizards of the Coast releasing a version of it for Fifth Edition in their …

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The Lightess and The Lightess Spell List for D&D 5th

Last Summer I sat down to write a Dungeons & Dragons 5th edition setting and module. After spending the Summer picking away, I shelved the project. Presented here is the basic information and spell list for the Lightess, a reoccurring cosmic entity in other Dilly Green Bean Games products. Cosmic Light Entity Path: Divine Light Blessed Requirements: Must be aligned …

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Q&A Today: Peer Sylvester

It’s not every day that we get to enjoy seeing game designer Peer Sylvester chime in on THE KING IS DEAD, LET THEM EAT CAKE, THE LOST EXPEDITION and all things gaming, so let’s do this, with relish. Q:  What was your inspiration for THE KING IS DEAD board game? PS: Originally the game was set in Siam (now known …