Tickets? Welcome ladies and gentlemen to the show of a lifetime, and not one you’d want to miss! Come see spectacular feats of grandeur and follow us through the country as we perform death defying stunts for your enjoyment. This is a circus like no other, one that comes to your very table, and the best is yet to come!
The format may be subject to change as I go on depending on workload and capacity (10 videos will be a hard one), but this should be fine - I think the main change will be how many videos I do via live stream. Currently the Top 20 will definitely be live, but let me know if I should extend that to Top 50 or something?
Keturah Ariel Nailah Bobo is an Ohio native and a BFA graduate from the Columbus College of Art and Design. She grew up with parents that instilled in her the importance of individuality and creativity. Keturah is known for creating vibrant images that are relatable and distinguishable. She is the lead game illustrator for Cards For All People and the #1 New York Times best-selling illustrator of I Am Enough by Grace Byers.
Magpie Games are best known for their roleplaying games and first caught our attention with a hugely successful Kickstarter for the Root roleplaying game However, it's no surprise that Wizard Kittens was also a well funded Kickstarter campaign, after all, it has cute cat artwork and everyone knows that cats sell board games.
Adept Icarus’ Arium RPG building RPG is going strong on Kickstarter
Geek Native was lucky enough to have a chat with Will Munn of Adept Icarus about Arium last month. It’s an RPG which also contains rules for your gaming group to build their own campaign setting. At the time, the Kickstarter was expected soon.
In the long, long ago. In the before time. When people could hug each other and play games around a table, Jamie and I attended UK Games Expo 2019. On day 2 of that con I had been directed to a small game piggybacking on another stand. That game was originally called Chapter 2 and I was accused by some, looking at no Rory Sommers of Polyhedron Collider in particular, of being a hipster for calling it my game of the con
Perfectly balanced noir under the wing of the dragon emperor: A review of Shotguns and Sorcery RPG
Shotguns and Sorcery is a series of novels by Matt Forbeck, which I have not read, and then thanks to a Kickstarter and Outland Entertainment it is also now a Robert J Schwalb designed Cypher System RPG.
Magic: The Gathering is coming to D&D’s the Forgotten Realms
Adventures in the Forgotten Realms will be a Magic: The Gathering standard-legal series set in D&D’s the Forgotten Realms.
Starting with Ravnica and more recently with Mythic Odysseys of Theros, we have had D&D campaign books created from Magic: The Gathering settings. The Forgotten Realms is the first D&D setting visited by Wizards of the Coast’s still hugely popular collectable card game.
SWAGtember II: The (Unofficial) Savage Worlds’ Discord creators’ bundle
Over $68 worth of Savage Worlds supplements has been reduced to below $34 to celebrate the second anniversary of Pinnacle Entertainment Group’s announcement of the Savage Worlds Adventurer’s Guild (SWAG).
Polyhedron Collider Episode 87: Raiders of the North Sea, Under Falling Skies, Streets
Jon claws his way out of his baby-induced sleep-deprived fog to join Andy and Steve for another hour and a bit of top board game banter. In the news we explore Tasha’s Cauldron of Everything and the UK Games Expo Awards.
Let’s have a little fun and see if we can somehow classify the people we play board games with. Don’t worry, the article is tongue-in-cheek. I’m not trying to label people in a certain way. We’re all unique and different and we change over time. Yet, I do reckon you will probably see yourself or one of your board game friends in one of the groupings in this article. Oh, and by the way, we’re all gamers – whatever games we like to play. We’re all here to have fun.