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Why Do I Own This? - Part 2
SI san il defanso Updated July 16, 2019 1226   0
Nate Owens is looking at every game on his shelves, and asking "Why do I own this?" Every week he will give his history with five more games in his collection, along with a short review of each one.
Why Do I Own This? - Part 1
SI san il defanso Updated July 13, 2019 1341   0
At some point every gamer looks at their shelf and finds a game that makes them say, "How do I own this?" Maybe it's because there's an interesting story to how they got it, maybe it's a game they haven't played in a while (or at all), or maybe it's the leftover cruft of fads and collections long past. After several moves I wanted to take the opportunity to look at every game I own, and to really reflect on why I still own it, and whether I have much reason to.
D&D Summer Camp #4: At The Grown Folks Table
MB Michael Barnes Updated July 01, 2019 829   0

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Failing a DC 20 adulting roll.
D&D Summer Camp #3: Last Night a DM Saved My Life
MB Michael Barnes Updated June 18, 2019 1142   0

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Old School Jams.  
D&D Summer Camp #2: D&D Killed the Board Game Star
MB Michael Barnes Updated June 11, 2019 3620   0

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A storytelling epiphany.
Penelope Pitstop
U ubarose Updated June 06, 2019 1209   0
Whenever I see an announcement for a game based on a movie, TV show or book I love, I sit up and take notice. Most of you do too, admit it.
Andy's Industrial Opinion Factory #5 - High Society, Burgle Bros., and Dungeon World
A AndrewMcAlpine Updated June 05, 2019 1224   0

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Super Turbo Vacation Edition!
D&D Summer Camp #1: The Great Watermelon Fake Out
MB Michael Barnes Updated May 30, 2019 1469   0

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The adventures of Sprax and Ivy begin!
Heroes of Land, Air & Sea Board Game
U ubarose Updated May 30, 2019 1918   0

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Heroes of Land, Air and Sea is a whimsical 4X-lite game which "captures that real time strategy feel." Which means it sort of feels like Warcraft, but with the aesthetics of a Victorian amusement park, and leans a bit more tactical than strategic.
Transparency: One Reviewer's Journey
W WadeMonnig Updated May 09, 2019 1545   2
I stumbled into doing boardgame reviews in a rather odd way. I responded to a post by Charlie Theel, who was looking to add written reviewers to Miniature Market's Review Corner. Having previously reviewed video games and anime for a variety of websites and print magazines, I thought I would give it a shot and sent a few samples. I received a response that they would be interested in having me write for the site and I would receive a modest sum for each review submitted. In my mind, I would just use whatever I received to fuel my...
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