by Zane Rowland Several weeks ago, a new deck archetype made its debut in the Modern Format in a big way. Everything about this deck is big, big casting costs, big creatures, big abilities and big surprises for its opponent! Yes, I’m referring to the new Modern Eldrazi decks that have shown up recently in
Archives for January 2016
What a night for games at The Forge Herald game center last night. Our schedule of games saw two games with quick play time so we were able to have a lot of fun. Kicking off our night was Exploding Kittens. Exploding Kittens is a card game created by Elan Lee, Matthew Inman, and Shane
All Magic: The Gathering players are focused on one thing right now – pre-release. And who can blame them? Oath of the Gatewatch is looking like it’s going to be a lot of fun. Still, as happens with every set, there is a ban/unban session coming up, too. That is getting some attention as well.
by Chock Schmidt Dorkness Rising was an excellent movie that brought my sights to focus a little more on the little played and heavily mocked class, the bard. Personally, I’ve always loved playing a bard due to my own Jack of All Trades mentality. In my own personal experience, the amount you learn about any
Fantasy Flight Games recently announced the introduction of Necrons as a playable faction in the upcoming expansion Legions of Death for the Warhammer 40,000: Conquest game. The Necrons will be led by two new warlords in the Traxis Sector. There are new mechanics evoking the theme of a Necron invasion, too. According to the information
Before we go too far. I want to take a moment to say farewell to David Bowie. No, I didn’t know him, but I did love his music. And, while this has nothing to do with Hearthstone, I still want to take a moment and share my favorite song by him. Ok, let’s move
Intrigue, betrayal, and war. What else would you expect from a game based on George R.R. Martin’s, A Game of Thrones? Designed by Nate French, Eric M. Lang, and Christian T. Petersen, A Game of Thrones: The Card Game is published by Fantasy Flight Games. It was nominated as Golden Geek Best Card Game in
Here is a ranked play match with our Patron Warrior deck. You know, the one we write about all the time.
Still trying to learn the ropes with this one. Here is an example of some casual play.
One-part role playing and three-parts board game equals a whole lot of fun to be had with Sheriff of Nottingham. Published by Arcane Wonders (also the first in the line of Dice Tower Essentials by Arcane Wonders), Sheriff of Nottingham is a board game where the players take on the role of Merchant. Each player