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Dungeons and Dragons: Tales from the Yawning Portal (Forge of Fury part 5)

The crew is fighting orcs everywhere they turn! Orcs should beware though, Remus is a bit of a dead-eye shot! Cover your bits, orcs! Cover your bits!

Dungeons and Dragons: Tales from the Yawning Portal (Forge of Fury part 4)

The crew has made it inside the Mountain door where they find orcs at every turn. First things first, can they make it across the bridge without falling?

Dungeons and Dragons – Tales from the Yawning Portal (Forge of Fury part 3)

Facing down a horde of orcs, the crew must find a way into the dwarven stronghold. Will they make it?

Dungeons and Dragons: Tales from the Yawning Portal (Forge of Fury part 2) | Dungeons and Dragons

The crew finally arrives at Saw Tooth. What could possibly be waiting for them?

Top 5 board games on our Wall of Shame

Ah, the Wall of Shame. Everyone has one, even if we don’t want to admit it. When it comes to board games, a Wall of Shame is the wall that contains all the games you have purchased but haven’t played yet. Some of them even have the shrink-wrap still on them. We recently posted a

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

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

Review – Sherlock Holmes Consulting Detective

It was a night of mystery at The Forge Herald gaming center as we set about trying to defeat the master in Sherlock Holmes, Consulting Detective. Originally published in 1981, this game contains no dice, no board, and no cards. Instead, it has booklets for each mystery that must be read aloud to the players.

Ten games for under $20

Christmas is right around the corner and hopefully, you’re not like me, desperately trying to finish shopping. If you’re done, great! Sit back, relax, and enjoy the season. If, however, you are still trying to grab that last minute gift, we put together a list of 10 games under $20 that are sure to please

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