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Roll20 Master Series from Taking 20.

Cody Lewis has a YouTube channel called, Taking 20. He is a big proponent of Roll20, and has what he calls the “Roll20 Master Series” where he discusses getting the most out of Roll20. Roll20 is a Virtual Table Top (VTT) used to help people in different locations play around the same virtual table. For example, I play in a …

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Level Up : Custom Dice Made to Order For You

Eric Harshbarger’s custom dice are a labor of love. There are more than a few that will tug at your heart as someone who loves analog games. Like this set of dice which represent the wandering monster table from the “Holmes Basic Blue Book.” Wondering which dice to roll? Why not use this polyhedra die with each face representing the …

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Long Island Sandbox, Part Seven: Dramatis Personae

[Editor’s note: This is part of a series of articles by Chandra Reyer and Timothy Connolly examining the relevance of analog games in a digital world and the seventh in a series regarding the Long Island sandbox Timothy runs.]   The show must go on.  And, what a show it is, when a colorful cast of NPCs exists in the …

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Dungeon Grappling – A Review

This article was originally published on Follow Me and Die! — it is republished here with permission. Source: http://followmeanddie.com/2016/11/08/dungeon-grappling-a-review/  I am honored that based on my review of the grappling rules in +Tim Short’s The Manor #8, +Doug Cole asked me to review the current grappling rules for the Dungeon Grappling Kickstarter as is. I can confirm that the layout is complete …

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Double Take Comics Picks Their Top Sci-Fi Films

Double Take Comics sent us a list of their favorite sci-fi films.  Does your favorite appear in this list?  Read on, and let’s find out together =) /       /       / Michael Coast:  2001:  A SPACE ODYSSEY Over the years, 2001 has become so revered that it’s taken on the mixed blessing of being a “classic.” …

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Long Island Sandbox, Part Six: Stay Frosty

[Editor’s note: This is part of a series of articles by Chandra Reyer and Timothy Connolly examining the relevance of analog games in a digital world and the sixth in a series regarding the Long Island sandbox Timothy runs.] “Variety is the spice of life,” as the old chestnut goes. Upon seeing the thirteen expansion maps in our sandbox at …

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Magic Vacuum Design Studio Acquires Cortex License

It was announced today that game designer Cam Banks has acquired the Cortex™ license from Margaret Weis Productions. Margaret Weis will be retiring from the development of tabletop games, to concentrate on her novels and the film adaptation of Star of the Guardians, which was announced as a movie in development some time ago. Cam Banks has always handled any …

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The All New Etsy Round-up

The thing about Etsy, other than it being a dangerous place, is that it changes constantly, like the inventory in a used bookstore. So, I’ve once again been browsing what’s there in the way of tabletop game themed products. I’ve picked five more new items that really caught my eye while browsing. It’s actually difficult to limit myself to just …

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Q&A with Jim Ward

It’s a Multiverse Q&A with Jim Ward It’s not every day that we get to enjoy seeing writer Jim Ward chime in on DEITIES & DEMIGODS and all things tabletop RPG, so let’s do this, with relish. Q:  The fortieth anniversary year of 1st edition AD&D is nigh.  DEITIES & DEMIGODS was a big part of that edition’s success.  What …