The Holidays have come and gone and I am finally recovering. I enjoyed laughing, drinking, and playing with a sword this weekend while also enjoying some time on Hearthstone. My goal for the holiday weekend was to get 20 wins on my Warrior deck while subsequently knocking down all quests available to me. How did
Archives for December 2015
by Patrick Cossel Game night at the Forge Herald headquarters saw us once again teaming up in a cooperative game – Pandemic. Pandemic is highly recommended by Forge Herald staffers and family members. Designed for 2-4 players, Pandemic puts the players in a horrible situation – four diseases are threatening the world and the players
by The Merry (Angry) Dwarf Merry Christmas, Happy Holidays, Merry Yule, or whatever you celebrate. I hope you are all enjoying this season of family and friends. It’s Monday! I guess it’s time for a quick Hearthstone update. Lots of quests accomplished this week. In fact, I spent a lot of my playing time making
Just going to leave this here.
by Patrick Cossel Blasters, dogfights, light sabers, masked villains, heroes old and new, and so much more. Yep, we saw Star Wars: The Force Awakens last night. I left work yesterday with childlike exuberance. I rarely get this excited, but I was pretty stoked about seeing this film. After all, it’s been a long time
by Chock Schmidt There are three main ways to make a decent character sheet for Pathfinder, D&D, or really any pen and paper RPG you choose. I’ve played with die-hard enthusiasts who prefer any way listed, so don’t feel confined to one or another, and don’t look down on someone for using a different method.
by Patrick Cossel Do you actively seek several copies of one card, or are you always looking to flip cards when they hit their peak? In Magic, it seems there are two different types of people. Those who collect and those who trade cards like they were on Wall Street. I am a bit of
A slow week in Hearthstone for me this week. It seems the bustle of the month overtook me this week. Still, I was able to get some time in. The final week of League of Explorers launched last week. Did you have any troubles getting through it? I piloted the Paladin Egg deck to sweep
By Patrick Cossel On Sunday, Dec. 13, 2015, Wizards of the Coast spoiled two of the new Expeditions in the upcoming Oath of the Gatewatch at the World Magic Cup in Barcelona, Spain. Speaking on coverage at the WMC, Ian Duke, (Wizards RandD) and Rich Hagon (Magic Commentator) spoiled Ancient Tomb and Forbidden Orchard. These
by Patrick Cossel In a post to their Facebook page this morning, Wizards of the Coast confirmed a couple of suspicions for upcoming spring set, Oath of the Gatewatch. For more than a week the internet community has been buzzing with suspicion as copy of Kozilek, the Great Distortion, and a new mana symbol were