Star Crossed Review

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Full Star Crossed Review I’m fairly new to the world of single-session RPGs, but I’ve always been intrigued by them. Star Crossed is no exception! I first saw this title years ago while it was in early development, and have now gotten a chance to play the final product! With just the book, some pencils and paper, and a Jenga …

Battle for Baldur’s Gate Review

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Full Battle for Baldurs Gate Review “Where goes the stench of evil, so goes the cleansing wind of Minsc and Boo.” – Minsc Battle for Baldur’s Gate brings two beloved characters made popular by Bioware’s Baldur’s Gate video game series and brings them into Dungeon Mayhem! Play as the mind-addled ranger, Minsc, and his Miniature, Giant Space Hamster, Boo, or …

Goblin Slayer Review

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Full Goblin Slayer Review There’s this cave. Inside is something shiny. It’s probably worth a lot, or maybe it was stolen and needs returning. Either way, you’re going in to get it. The problem? This cave is loaded with goblins and probably has a troll in it too. They may be weak, but the sheer amount of them means you’re …

Dizzle Review

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Full Dizzle Review Roll-and-write games are entering a renaissance period it seems and Stronghold Games has already released a few hits in the genre. Dizzle, their latest entry, is nothing more than a pad of level cards, dice, and markers, yet it manages to pack a healthy dose of fun as have previous roll-and-writes in the Stronghold lineup. With 4 …

Pathfinder Second Edition – What’s New?

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Pathfinder Second Edition is hitting the shelves and its nearly 640-page Core Rulebook has a lot to offer. Paizo’s Pathfinder 2E is much of the same familiar Pathfinder that we all know and love. But, much has also changed in the last decade, since the 3.5-era launch of Pathfinder. And, Pathfinder 2E brings the franchise into modernity with fresh ideas, …

Forbidden Lands Review

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Full Forbidden Lands Review Opening Free League’s Forbidden Lands is like opening a box of nostalgia…really high-end nostalgia. The boxed set harkens back to the days of red box D&D but with beautifully made books, a map, stickers, etc… Everything you need to play, minus optional custom dice and cards, is included inside, and all with such care and quality …

Brikks Review

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Full Brikks Review You can almost hear that familiar tune as you open Brikks. Korobeiniki, or “Type A” as many know it from the NES days. You may even find yourself humming the tune as you fill in boxes on your sheet in this roll and write from Stronghold Games. That’s because Brikks captures the feel of the classic video …

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 …