Cantrip Candles Review

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I love two things in this world: role playing games, and candles. And Lord Pelor, does Cantrip Candles deliver on both fronts. I was fortunate enough to have Cantrip Candles send me a sample pack so I could try out nine of their scents, and each one is an absolute treasure. From the earthy scent of Stonemoss Chapel to the …

Fantasy Ranch Review

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Full Fantasy Ranch Review Saddle up, cowpokes! Fantasy Ranch is a game by Keshia and Ana Swanlund where you take the role of a horse ranch owner. Can you manage your stables, expand your ranch, and win enough shows to be crowned the winner? With three levels of difficulty, and a bonus “Trail Ride” game to boot, Fantasy Ranch brings …

Conspirator Review

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Full Conspirator Review Conspirator is a social deception game created and designed by Alejandro Diaz. If your gaming group is anything like mine, social deception games have been on the menu for a long time. From Werewolf, to One Night, to Secret Hitler and beyond, social deception is a genre of game that has become a bit saturated with content …

Art & Arcana Review

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Full Art & Arcana Review I love RPGs. The act of group story telling really captured me from the first time that I tried it, and I’ve been hooked since. Unfortunately, that only happened comparatively recently with the release of Dungeons & Dragons 5th Edition (though with the advent of Twitch and actual play programs such as Critical Role, my …

The Shared Dream

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This review is going to address The Shared Dream Base Game, as well as the following expansions: Night Terrors, Necrophobia, The Wrath of Axitath, and The Crux Collection. It should be noted that the review was based on the first printing of the game, and ODAM has since Kickstarted a second printing with some updated parts and rules. The Shared …

Overlords of Infamy Review

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Full Overlords of Infamy Review Board games where you’re playing the hero fighting against the forces of evil to rid the world of misery are a dime a dozen. Overlords of Infamy aims to address that issue by putting you in the evil overlord’s chair in order to direct your minions to carry out your evil schemes! Overlords of Infamy …

The Deck of Many Reviews

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Website: The Deck of Many Store: Deck of Many Shop Kickstarter: The Deck of Many Animated Spells Kickstarter Perspective The Deck of Many is a set of D&D 5e reference cards made for Dungeon Masters to reduce the number of books needed to run your own adventure. Each deck contains a number of tarot-sized cards that include really great, fun art on …

Dice Throne Season One Review

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Designers: Nate Chatellier, Manny Trembley  Publisher: Roxley Year: 2018 MSRP: $45 Players: 2-6 Play Time: 20-40 Min Ages: 8+ Rules Available Online: Yes BGG: Dice Throne Season One Prelude Dice Throne Season One was a successful Kickstarter in early 2017, finding its retail release in January of 2018. As of this writing, Dice Throne Season Two is currently live on Kickstarter, offering a cadre of new …