10 Games For Busy People

Love gaming, but find you just don’t have the time to commit to those long games of Eldritch Horror or Talisman? Just can’t commit to a full evening of D&D or X Wing? Believe us, we understand! No matter how dedicated you are to your gaming life, unfortunately real life often gets in the way. We have to earn the … Continue reading

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Being a Girl Gamer

I’m a gamer. I love all kinds of games; I’m addicted to puzzle games on my phone, I love gathering around a good board game with friends, I adore tabletop RPGs and Live Action Roleplay, and I’m a huge fan of the Fallout series and Elder Scrolls Online (to name only a couple) on my PC (I never really got … Continue reading

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How to Create a Great RPG Character

If you’re not an experienced tabletop roleplayer, or if you’re jumping into a system that is new for you, it can be a pretty daunting experience. Just looking at a fresh, empty character sheet can be enough to give you a headache, never mind playing the actual game! All those numbers, all those different boxes – it’s like some secret … Continue reading

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RIP Wayne England, Artist for MTG and D&D

We were very sad to hear about the passing of artist Wayne England on the 9th of February; England was an excellent and prolific artist who contributed many wonderful pieces of artwork to both the Magic: the Gathering and Dungeons and Dragons publications, as well as Warhammer 40,000 and several others, over the years of his career. Among his most … Continue reading

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7 Reasons Why RPGs Rule the Tabletop

The table is set. The lights are low. Before us, sheets of paper covered in grids and numbers, and an assortment of differently sided dice. At the head of the table sits one man*, his head bowed to consult his notes. He looks up … and the adventure begins. There’s something very special about a tabletop RPG. They come in … Continue reading

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