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Review – Pixel Glory

It was a night of monster killing and spell slinging as we settled in and played Pixel Glory for the first time. Instead of playing at The Forge Herald gaming center, we ventured out to a new pub in town, Luminous Brewing. It was great beer and an awesome atmosphere to play in. More about

Top games we played in 2016

In 2016 we played a lot of games. We played board games, card games, dice games, and computer games. We played games with friends, on tablets, and at tournaments. But what were the games we played the most? Here is a look at the top ten games we played in 2016. Mars Attacks: The Dice

Deadlocking loyalty

Aether Revolt is getting closer and spoilers have slowly been coming out. I don’t know about the rest of you but the planeswalkers look pretty slick! I know a lot of folks are looking forward to the Masterpieces in this upcoming set. If you haven’t read it, please take a moment to check out Zane’s

Smuggling artifacts

Hello, Forge Heralders! It’s time once again for me to take a look at some Magic rules and give you some rules explanations. If you’re a level 1 Magic judge working towards Level 2, this could be right up your alley. To kick us off, I want to take a look at Protection versus cards

Review: Spyfall

We took the weekend and met up with a friend of the Forge Herald to play some games. First up in his bag of goodies, Spyfall. Spyfall is a deduction/role play game that has the players trying to determine who is the spy in their group. Spyfall is published by Cryptozoic Entertainment (and many others

Review: Gloom

We wrapped up our October with a streak of horror-themed games. As we cracked the seal on November, we decided to keep the theme going as we settled in to play Gloom. Gloom was published in 2005 by Atlas Games. It is designed by Keith Baker with art by Michelle Nephew and J. Scott Reeves.

A Note from the Publisher

It’s been a year. A year since I decided I wanted to create a blog about gaming. While we didn’t grow at exponential rates, nor are we all millionaires (not even close!) we did see some growth and some changes. When we first started out it was just me attempting to write about things I

Buckle up, we are hitting the rules road

Kaladesh has been laying tracks all over the place and with a new set comes a few new questions about rules. We asked our readers what rules questions they have about Kaladesh. So strap on your goggles as we join the crew and hit the road. Gage asks, “Please explain how summoning sickness works with

Review – Munchkin: Nightmare Before Christmas

Are you a fan of Munchkin? Are you a fan of Nightmare Before Christmas? Well, you should love Munchkin: Nightmare Before Christmas! With most of our gamers having to miss our weekly game night, we decided to keep it simple and play a game we already know, Munchkin. Only, we wanted to keep it Halloween

One Night in Karazhan – The Spire

The fourth and final wing of One Night In Karazhan, The Spire, opened this week giving Hearthstone adventurers three new bosses and lots of loot to acquire. This was, without a doubt the more difficult of the wings I have done, so hopefully this will help you get through it a little easier. Shade of

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