D&D Classing It Up: Wizard

We’re getting to the end of the classes with only Wizard and Warlock left. So, how do you play a classy Wizard? The Wizard is one of the classiest classes already without doing much to class it up (well, kind Read More …

D&D Classing it Up: Sorcerer

We’re getting down to it — three more classes to play in a classy way. The first is that of a Sorcerer, and the other two are magical as well. Sorcerer is one of my favorite classes, though I’ve never Read More …

D&D Classing It Up: Rogue

Back to the drawing board with Rogues — today we’re talking about how to play a rogue and be a classy one in Dungeons & Dragons. Most of the time, people play one of two types of Rogues — first Read More …

D&D Classing it Up: Ranger

The Ranger class is an interesting one to look at. Mechanically and thematically speaking, so many people see a ranger as someone who is out in the middle of nowhere leading Hobbits (…I mean, halflings) around and making sure that Read More …

D&D Classing it Up: Paladin

We’re getting back into the lawful good style of D&D. My number one piece of advice is, don’t play lawful stupid. That’s no fun for you, and it just makes the game itself less fun for everyone else. Unless you Read More …

D&D Classing It Up: Monk

Continuing on with this series, we’re looking at the Monk. The Monk is the martial arts expert. They are focused on hand-to-hand combat, and on manipulating people and objects to deal maximum damage. However, they don’t look to bring in Read More …

D&D Classing it up: Druid

Getting back to a classier note, it’s time to class it up some more with Dungeons & Dragons. This time, we’re going to look at how you might want to play a druid. One thing I want to mention first Read More …

TableTopTakes: Machi Koro Bright Lights Big City

I talked a tiny bit about this game in my AcadeCon review, but I wanted to mention it again and do a proper review on it. Machi Koro is what is called a “tableau building” game. In this type of Read More …

Update: Betrayal Legacy

More information about this, The Dice Tower as part of their coverage from PAX Unplugged (Board Game Breakfast PAX Unplugged), provided a little more information about the game. There are 13 different games and each one is a generation coming Read More …