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Taking second with Miracles (FNM)

Legacy was on draft last night for FNM at The Sports Alley here in Sheridan, Wyoming. Legacy is not a format we play often, but we felt it was time to give it a go. In total, we had nine players. Not the best turnout but certainly not the worse. Of the decks represented, we

Board Games

Top 5 MicroGames to take to the pub

Grabbing a game and heading to the local brew pub has become one my favorite things to do – just make sure you avoid open mic night! While awesome to take those large-scale games (Blood Rage, Settlers of Catan, Champions of Midgard), it sometimes more feasible to take a MicroGame instead. That being said, here

Magic: The Gathering

10 Uncommons We Desperately Need in MM2017

By Zane Rowland With release day less than a month away, Modern Masters 2017 comes out on March 17th, and will be bringing us 249 cards from 8th edition through Magic 2014. Previous Modern Masters sets have been strictly reprints, and we have no reason to suspect otherwise for MM2017. The following list showcases 10

Magic: The Gathering

Wizards releases previews of packaging and artwork for Modern Masters 2017, Amonkhet

Wizards of the Coast put out some great information today as they prepare for Modern Masters 2017 previews starting next week. Up first is the release of the packaging for MM17. With the disaster of the MM2015 packaging, it is nice to see WotC returning to the more traditional packaging. What’s the most telling about

Board Games

Board Game Review: Splendor

By Zane Rowland One of the newest games in my collection is Splendor, and in the short time I’ve owned it, I’ve already had the opportunity to play a lot of great games. Splendor is a strategy game that is light, fun, and fast, but will require you to be thinking on your feet from

Role Playing Games

Return to play with a new campaign, characters.

On Sunday we got back to playing Dungeons and Dragons. We had taken the previous week off, play-wise, for character creation/adjustment as we prepared for a new campaign. Our story leading up to this had our adventurers in Ravenloft as they worked through my version of Curse of Strahd. I deliberately changed the campaign so

Magic: The Gathering

Win a MtG Masterpiece!

It’s contest time again, friends, and this time we are giving away a MtG Masterpiece Noxious Gearhulk. Click Here! Facebook Comments

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Review: Fury of Dracula (3rd Edition)

No matter what you do, Dracula always seems to be one step ahead of you. Just when you think you have him, he attacks and escapes. Tensions run high and hunters may die, it’s all part of the Fury of Dracula 3rd Edition. After purchasing this game almost a year ago, we finally gathered a

Magic: The Gathering

Did you read the contract?

A new set is out and, like I always do, I am answering your Magic rules questions. Remember, your questions do not have to be Standard questions only. We will answer whatever you need answering. Be sure to check out my last rules article, here.  So, let’s get to it. Dalton asks: “Are ciphered cards,

Video Games

A Brief History of Esports [Infographic]

Editor’s note: The following is a guest post from Marcus Clarke from computerplanet. Make sure to check them out!  The past decade has seen a surge in the popularity of eSports. Millions of people tune in to watch different tournaments each year, with the number steadily rising year over year. And it’s not just the

Role Playing Games

The campaign has ended, what now?

After several months of chasing, fighting, and seeing one of their own die, our party has completed their first campaign. It took us a bit to get going, and, at one point, I thought for sure the party was going to return to the safety of their home rather than fight the big boss –

Magic: The Gathering

Gaming on a Budget

This last weekend, I spent a lot of time playing games. It was unusual, as I typically don’t get to play all that often, let alone multiple games in a single weekend. It started out with a Magic prerelease ran by Patrick (check out his and Zane’s latest post here). It was $25 to play in

Magic: The Gathering

Our top 6 interesting green cards in Modern

Alright, so, full disclosure, this isn’t going to be just the top 6 green cards in Modern. Instead, Zane and I decided we take some of the best green cards in the format that may be a little confusing. Why? Well, we feel a more informed player is a better player. So let’s start with

Board Games

Review – Blood Rage

Grab your axes and spears, summon the sea monster, pray to Odin that you will find your place in Valhalla, for today, we play Blood Rage. Blood Rage is a 4-person game (expandable to five) designed by Eric Lang with art by Henning Ludvigsen, Mike McVey, and Adrian Smith. The game is published by CMON

Magic: The Gathering

Top 7 Aether Revolt cards impacting Modern

Check out the cards that didn’t quite make Zane’s list, here. Down with the Consulate! Down with Tezzeret’s corruption! The plane of Kaladesh is in full-scale revolt, and that means we’re getting a new batch of powerful cards to experiment and build with. Aether Revolt will be legal as of January 20th 2017 (Coincidence?) and

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