Posts in category "Tabletop Gaming"

Boss Monster has gone Virtual

Boss Monster has gone Virtual
Boss Monster is a popular dungeon-building card that has quickly become popular in the world of indie tabletop games. Players get to be the final Boss at the end of their own deadly dungeon. With a fun 8-bit art style and clever flavor text, it’s easy to see why this competitive card game is both... Read more »

Game Review: Jaipur

Game Review: Jaipur
Jaipur is a fast and fun set collecting card game designed for  2-players. Each person plays as a merchant trying to earn the most points by selling their goods and winning the Maharaja’s favor. The rules are simple, on your turn you can either take cards from the market or sell cards from your hand.... Read more »

First Impressions of Pandemic Legacy (Spolier Free)

First Impressions of Pandemic Legacy (Spolier Free)
***This post will not spoil the story of the game, or reveal any of the hidden rules or secret components from the game. My hopes in sharing my thoughts on the game is to help those who may be wondering if they should purchase the game themselves.*** The wait is over, and I finally have... Read more »
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Anxiously Waiting for Pandemic Legacy

Anxiously Waiting for Pandemic Legacy
Pandemic Legacy: Season 1 is undoubtedly one of the most anticipated board games of 2015. Pandemic Legacy is a cooperative board game based on the popular board game Pandemic, designed by Matt Leacock. In the original Pandemic game, 2-4 players take on the role of disease fighting specialists traveling across the globe, working together to... Read more »

DIY Dice Tray

DIY Dice Tray
Any avid gamer knows the frustration of having their dice roll off the table. This is why dice trays are so handy. Oddly enough, with all the gaming my husband and I do, neither one of us owned a dice tray. I could have easily purchased a dice tray from our local gaming store, but... Read more »

Game Review: Boss Monster

Game Review: Boss Monster
Boss Monster is a fun competitive card game that was made possible by Kickstarter funding, and published by Brotherwise Games. Boss Monster puts 2-4 players in the role of the Boss at the end of a side-scrolling 8-bit dungeon. The players compete by trying to create the most effective dungeon to lure adventures to their... Read more »
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The Secret to the Pathfinder Roleplaying Game's Success

The Secret to the Pathfinder Roleplaying Game's Success
Pathfinder and all the players who love the game had a very strong presence at Gen Con 2014. As someone who personally loves to play Pathfinder, it’s sometimes hard to believe that the game is still so new. I had the pleasure of sitting down with Paizo Publisher and Chief Creative Officer Erik Mona about... Read more »

GeeklyCon 2014: Nerds Know How to Party!

GeeklyCon 2014: Nerds Know How to Party!
Geekly Inc is a creative group of geniuses behind a series of podcasts, which included: Cast of Thrones, Drunks & Dragons, Random Encounters, Sayer, and Cthulhu & Friends. When some of the podcast fans decided to have an event in Illinois, I was immediately interested. GeeklyCon was more of a meetup for the podcast cast... Read more »

My Dungeons & Dragons Design Contest Entry

My Dungeons & Dragons Design Contest Entry
As soon as I found out We Love Fine was having a Dungeons & Dragons t-shirt design contest, I had to come up with a design. The contest theme is the new Tyranny of Dragons story, which centers around the 5-headed queen of  dragons, Tiamat. After a bit of brainstorming, I came up with a... Read more »
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GenCon: First Time Event Registration

GenCon: First Time Event Registration
GenCon is my most highly anticipated event this year. I’ve been to anime, comic, fantasy, and sci-fi convention, but I’ve never gone to a gaming convention. Over the weekend, GenCon’s event registration opened up on Sunday afternoon. GenCon doesn’t even begin until August 14th, but most attendees had their itinerary planned well before registration opened... Read more »