TableTopTakes: Seafall

So, last Sunday, instead of really watching the Oscars at all, Kristen, and some other friends, and I started playing SeaFall. SeaFall is a legacy game, which means that when I say we started playing it, I mean that we Read More …

Dungeons and Flagons Episode 43: Going from Bad to Worse

After finding out that there were imps invading the Gnome town of Decil, a larger fiend seems to be making an appearance. What will that means for our heroes, will they help defend the town of Decil? Will they run Read More …

Table Top Picks: Kristen’s Favorites

It’s my turn for Table Top Picks today (shout out to @Mundangerous for the delightfully punny name)! Though I’m not nearly as much of a gaming aficionado as Peder is, I’ve gotten into board games in a big way during the last couple Read More …

Dungeons and Flagons Episode 19: Into the Woods

Leaving the Lieth Barony, Nim, Finja, and Tate head off through the open country until they reach the Heath Width Woods where going gets a bit tougher. ————————————————————————- Our players are: Ashley – Nimrose the Wood Elf Monk Kristen (@Kefka73) Read More …

Dungeons and Dragons: Book vs. Campaign vs. One-Shot

Today, we’re wrapping up my current series of articles on Dungeons & Dragons — let’s talk about the different types of stories you can run. To gloss over quickly — the easiest way to run a game is to use pre-made stories Read More …

TableTopics: Legendary

TableTopics: Legendary Today, we’re continuing on the topic of board games — Kristen and I host a board game night every second Saturday; our most recent one was this past weekend, and this time, we played Legendary. Legendary is a deck-building game in Read More …