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G GorillaGrody Updated February 22, 2019 801 0
My First Warhammer Tournament, An Autobiography, Part 6 and Conclusion: or, Total Bullshit and a Complete Travesty
G GorillaGrody Updated February 21, 2019 2836 0
My First Warhammer Tournament, An Autobiography, Part 5
G GorillaGrody Updated February 19, 2019 2403 0
My First Warhammer Tournament, And Autobiography, Part 4
G GorillaGrody Updated February 17, 2019 2258 0
My First Warhammer Tournament, An Autobiography, Part 3
G GorillaGrody Updated February 17, 2019 2476 0
My First Warhammer Tournament: An Autobiography, Part 2
G GorillaGrody Updated February 18, 2019 3405 0
My First Warhammer Tournament: A Biography: Part 1
J Jexik February 15, 2019 1013 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...
A AndrewMcAlpine Updated February 19, 2019 1957 0
Let's take a gander into the future.
TF The Fourth Place Updated February 01, 2019 473 0
If there are three things that are dear to my heart, they are playing games, hanging out with friends, and eating! That makes a blog series on snacks for board game nights a little obvious, but what can I say— I know what I’m about. First up, probably the most popular topic, and the first question people always ask— What kind of beverages?
TF The Fourth Place Updated January 30, 2019 465 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)