Right away I was taken back to my days of sitting in the front of my old television playing games on my Nintendo. Eroth Productions had successfully created a game with the feeling of exploring dungeons in a classic Nintendo-like setting. The nostalgia was taking over, and I became overly excited to play the game; I could hear its dungeons beckoning me to enter.
Fusion concepts are the future and I am glad to see they are starting to take off! And I am particularly excited that this one combines two things that go together like peanut butter and jelly… or coffee and board games!
I was led to Hero Forge by encountering one of their posts while scrolling through my Facebook wall. I was intrigued by the fact that you could create a miniature from scratch using their editor!
“What do you as a DM/GM like to see out of your party? And if you were going to have someone join the group mid-adventure, what would you do about the level gap?”
Brent is one of the creative geniuses that has so much talent that it’s a shame the world doesn’t know him more than it does. Seriously, this guy’s works are […]
Hello, readers and friends! I’m back this week taking another look at Commander. I’m a huge fan of Mono-Green Tron in Pauper and decided that I wanted to try and win with Eldrazi, but instead of slapping together some Eldrazi ramp deck I wanted to do it in a particularly unfair way. This led me to Bant PolyOath!
“What do you do with a player(s) that max out their charisma based states and charm/diplomacy through everything you throw at them?” An excellent question with a very easy answer! […]
All journeys must begin with taking first steps. I remember its inception clearly: I was sitting on the couch watching television after a long day at work. After awhile, the existential dread began to set in. I began to wonder what I was doing with my life. When people constantly would tell me, “why are you working here? You need to be doing art, design, music, writing, etc…”