Mountains of Madness,
in a session of Eldritch Horror. In a 5-investigator session, will the team of brave explorers have the strategy to defeat the Ancient One and save the world? A period piece story ripped out of the 1920’s, it began on June 4, 2016.
The Cult of the Howling Hatred,
is the second campaign adventure of Dungeons and Dragons: Temple of Elemental Evil board game. Continuing Campaign A , it is another 5-hero quest to defeat the Air Elemental and rescue a prisoner.
Survivors have made their way to the village of Red Larch. You hear that a prisoner was captured by cultists. You and other heroes decide to hatch a rescue plan.
Our first recorded session of Magic the Gathering: Arena of the Planeswalkers,
its Jace Beleren vs. Liliana Vess in two player combat. Follow along how two strategies; aggressive assault and careful plotting fared against each other.
Why Legend of Drizzt?
We answer many questions why this should join your collection of Dungeons and Dragons board games. It may be the best of the first three entries!
Why Wrath of Ashardalon?
It’s the second of the Dungeons and Dragons board game collection modeled after its role playing cousin. After three and half years, here are a few words and review.
Why Castle Ravenloft?
It’s a question we never answered after years in the collection. I take a little time to think, ponder, and review this board game from the Dungeons and Dragons franchise.
plots his next political move by sending his best agent, Leo Anderson, out to save the world. It will take his political strings and Leo’s bravery to stop the Ancient One. Cashing all of his clout, Kane will have to venture out of his safe haven of San Francisco. This session concluded on May 14, 2016.
After finishing our first adventure with the Dungeons and Dragons board game, Temple of Elemental Evil, we suspected the hero’s rolls were pretty cold. Crediting our new session system, we can look back and run the numbers. Few could be more geek than D&D and 20-sided die stats!
Dungeons and Dragons: Temple of Elemental Evil,
is the latest addition to our collection. We begin with a 5-hero campaign, known as Campaign A with Adventure 1: Escape.
What happened? We smell acid! There are only the five of us left. We have to escape and we’re not very prepared.
With Magic: The Gathering Battle for Zendikar,
comes rare yet powerful cards, the Planeswalkers. If you’re a novice like myself, you’ll wonder what exactly can you do with it and when. I’ve dug around and found a good video tutorial on YouTube.