Oh hi there, didn't see you come in. It's Barnestorming #2.
May as well kick it off with a bang. My wife and I are having a girl in August, so we’re going to have the complete set and that explains the mysterious Hello Kitty image that might have caused some confusion. Oddly, my completely non-nerd wife put Ripley on her list of potential names. I doubt “Ripley Vasquez” will make it past the joking stage, though.
Quarriiiiiiiiiors! Come out and Barnestorming #20!
Expansion time again...
Look! It's Barnestorming #21
Nothing says nurturing a brown-hued bromance behind waist-high walls like Barnestorming #22.
Hey you, Lyssan up!
47 Ronin, 23 Barnestormings.
The Barnestorming #24 Horror
I would have called Empires of the Horrible Black Void...
“Hey, this game is pretty good.” Michael Barnes, from Barnestorming #25.
It's 3rd down and Barnestorming #26.
On the Table
Cave Evil reviewed. I love it, it’s one of my favorite games of the year. But I’m well aware that it’s like telling folks that Ulver’s black metal album “Nattens Madrigals” is a masterpiece while knowing full well that most people will think it’s just a bunch of ill-produced, amateurish noise. It isn’t going to be for everybody, and there are things about it that are willfully obscure or esoteric. Cave Evil is definitely not mainstream- it’s pretty old fashioned in an Avalon Hill/SPI kind of way, the artwork would be regarded as crude by many (when in fact it’s awesome and appropriate to the subject matter), and it’s a fairly ruthless elimination game like Titan or Wiz-War.
"I have been, and always will be, Barnestorming #28"
Summon this- Barnestorming #29.
Speaking of jokes, I've got one for you. Knock knock? Who's there?Barnestorming #3.
Expensive, imported, and limited. It's Barnestorming #30
And then, the Dark Elf said, “Meet my twin blades, Twinkledeath and Barnestorming #30”
A Tribute to F:ATties- Barnestorming #32
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