Alicematic Heroes Review

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Full Alicematic Heroes Review As if Wonderland wasn’t strange enough already, there are now a whole army of Alices running about! With the Nothing invading Wonderland, the Queen of Hearts has summed Alice to help rebuild the ravished world. Something went awry, and Too Many Alices arrived! These Alices have formed into teams to see who can put the war-torn …

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Call to Adventure Review

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Full Call to Adventure Review Tales of exceptional individuals are nothing new. Sometimes tales are told of courageous heroes, whose self-sacrifice and dedication to all that is good is far beyond what a normal person can even comprehend. Sometimes tales are of the morally corrupt. Villains whose life was spent exploiting others, looking out only for themselves and thirsting for …

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ORIGINZ Review

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Full ORIGINZ Review It’s a battle of supers in ORIGINZ: The Superpowered Card Game. Use one of 12 preconstructed decks or mix-and-match cards to create your owned powered individual and clash to see who reigns supreme. ORIGINZ features a “deck is your health” mechanic which means you’re still standing as long as there are cards remaining in your deck. Be …

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Wingspan Review

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Full Wingspan Review Wingspan. There’s been a lot of hype behind Stonemaier’s latest game, and also a bit of controversy. It’s beautifully illustrated, yet unassuming box doesn’t give much away other than the fact that the game is about birds. It’s a theme we don’t often see in board games and one that might not seem very interesting to many …

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 …

Paladin Roleplaying Gaming Accessories Review

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Last week, Neil Jackson, from Paladin Roleplaying was generous enough to send over some of their gaming accessories for us to check out. Based in Devon, United Kingdom, Paladin Roleplay sells and ships beautiful dice and other roleplaying accessories worldwide through their online store. The company was founded in 2017, and aims “to get gorgeous dice and roleplaying accessories out …

A Song of Ice and Fire RPG: A Game of Thrones Edition- Review

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They had come together at the ford of the Trident while the battle crashed around them, Robert with his warhammer and his great antlered helm, the Targaryen prince armored all in black. On his breastplate was the three-headed dragon of his House, wrought all in rubies that flashed like fire in the sunlight. The waters of the Trident ran red …

Sparkle*Kitty Nights Review

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Full Sparkle*Kitty Nights Review Sparkle*Kitty Nights is a new, and bit more adult, entry in the Sparkle*Kitty, a 2017 Silver Pawn’s Pick, line. It features a brand new set of cards that, while on their own seem fairly innocent, can be combined in all sorts of ways to titillate the dirtiest of minds. There’s nothing outwardly profane here. It’s all …