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Review: Raygun #3

New from Alterna Comics this week is the third installment of Raygun. Raygun follows the story of a young boy who has come into the possession of the “Death Ray” created by famous scientist, Nikola Tesla and the government’s desire to acquire it. Reading this book was a step off the beaten path for me

Eldritch Moon pre-release

Game stores across the globe were flooded with Magic: The Gathering players, this weekend, as players came out eager to participate in the pre-release of the newest expansion Eldritch Moon. We, at the Forge Herald, joined in the fun as we headed down to the Sports Alley here in Sheridan. Our store only held one

Banned/Restricted update predictions

With Eldritch Moon close to hitting shelves, so, too, is the update to the banned/restricted list. As we always do, let’s take a look at what could be some potential changes to the list. Standard – Nothing. There is nothing that is completely dominating or warping the format. While there are some excellent decks, none

Eldritch Moon Modern Predictions

by Zane Rowland Well guys, Eldritch Moon Prerelease is already upon us this weekend! Over the past couple weeks I’ve used up all the data on my phone to check the new spoilers throughout the day, now I’ll have to actually do work at work! (Obviously I’m kidding, I always work hard and never use

Pokemon Go is in the USA

Nostalgia is in high supply today, at least for me. Lately, I’ve been seeing a wave of Pokemon trading cards filtering through my house as my 8-year-old decides to start collecting Pokemon cards. I’ve recently been trying to teach her the card game with some old cards of mine and duel deck set that a

Game Review – Carcassonne

The game of the week at The Forge Herald gaming center was the ever popular tile-placing game, Carcassonne. Carcassonne is designed by Klaus-Jurgen Wrede and published in 2000 by Hans im Gluck in Germany. It was published by Z-Man Games in an English version. As mentioned Carcassonne is a tile-placing game where the players are

Five Questions – Brook Gardner-Durbin

Brook Gardner-Durbin is a Level 2 Magic judge and a competitive Magic player. I had the opportunity to play some odd, two-headed giant-esque “pack wars” with him as my teammate at GP:LA. Although the game itself was odd and, not at all what Brook or I had in mind for drafting, Brook made the most

Game Review – Pandemic: Contagion

Keeping the trend alive, we knocked out another new game this week at The Forge Herald game center. This time, our crew decided to give Pandemic: Contagion a try. Unlike Pandemic, Contagion is not a cooperative game. Instead of working to cure the diseases, in Contagion, the players take on the role of the disease

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