Member Blogs G GorillaGrody Updated February 17, 2019 2665 0
My First Warhammer Tournament, An Autobiography, Part 3
Member Blogs G GorillaGrody Updated February 17, 2019 3045 0
My First Warhammer Tournament: An Autobiography, Part 2
Member Blogs G GorillaGrody Updated February 18, 2019 4119 0
My First Warhammer Tournament: A Biography: Part 1
Member Blogs J Jexik February 15, 2019 1926 0
July 2007. Nowhere, Illinois. “Happy birthday, dude.” Phil drops a garish box onto my lap while we’re seated in his early 2000s blue VW beetle. It’s heavy. It’s stupid. It’s covered with a picture of samurai, dragons, a Legolas look-alike, some agents straight outta the matrix, some Vikings, an angel with a winged helmet, and an orc riding a T Rex. “Really, dude?” All pre-painted miniatures, and not a tape measure in sight. I look at the back of the box and read the story. It sounds like something I’d have written when I was ten...
Staff Blogs MB Michael Barnes Updated May 06, 2019 1934 0
One is co-designed by a longtime TWBG member. One has dogs in hats. One is a Knizia classic. All are excellent.
Staff Blogs A AndrewMcAlpine Updated April 30, 2019 3786 0
Let's take a gander into the future.
Barnes on Games #10: Yu-Gi-Oh Speed Duels, Quest for El Dorado: Heroes and Hexes, Runebound 3rd Edition
Staff Blogs MB Michael Barnes Updated February 01, 2019 1905 0
Blue Eyes, White Hunter, Red Scorpion.
Member Blogs TF The Fourth Place Updated January 30, 2019 784 1
In this series of reviews, I’ll take a game from my own Shelf of Shame, play it, and share my first-play impressions. The first review in this series is of a gift for our collection from a local game company that I am coming to really love— Monarch by Resonym. A simply beautiful game— Easy and elegant to play, with very high quality package and components, and gorgeous artwork combine for a fairytale atmosphere. (4/5, Fond Favorite)
Member Blogs R repoman Updated April 30, 2019 1362 0
A solo game of the struggle between the pilots of the Luftwaffe and the bombers of America's 8th airforce in the skies over Germany at the height of World War Two.