Investigating Tales From The Loop

To be honest, Tales From The Loop didn’t jump out at me as a “need to play” game. The art looked interesting, and the idea of an alternate reality 1980’s looked appealing, but I’m not a big fan of playing or running games in which the characters are only children. I mean, I’ve looked at... Continue Reading →

Dragons Conquer America: Does It Conquer My Heart?

Update 3/20/2018: Burning Games originally cancelled the Kickstarter due to slow progress on gaining funds, but have recently launched a new Kickstarter for Dragons Conquer America! This time we'll be getting a core rulebook instead of the adventure books originally pitched. It's at 75% as of this writing, so make it happen!   In one... Continue Reading →

Entering the Unknown: 7th Sea New World

It's been a while since I've done any exploration of Théah in review form, and thanks to backing the 7th Sea 2nd Edition Kickstarter, I now have a new book to jump into. The early peek of the New World book dropped just a few days before the Khitai Kickstarter went live (and cleared the... Continue Reading →

The Bag of Many Dice: A Review

While reviewing the Mimic Gamer Pouch last year, I commented that for just a few dollars more you could buy a "Bag of Many Dice" from the Etsy Shop "The DM's Wife RPG Shop." I decided to put my money where my mouth is and move forward with this comparison. I took some money from... Continue Reading →

Branching out: 7th Sea Khitai Quickstart

It's been a little while since I've done a 7th Sea post, and with a newly-arrived PDF, why not go back to Theah for at least a short moment? One of the teasers we were given during the 7th Sea 2nd Edition Kickstarter was the psuedo-announcement of a new Eastern-themed RPG that would fit into... Continue Reading →

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