BY ON March 22nd, 2017

I sometimes find it difficult to critically review new tabletop offerings from Mayfair Games independent of their previous ones. It’s as Mayfair is some storied rock band from my youth, responsible for so much joy for so long that I’m not sure if their latest single is any good or if I’m simply deferring to my …

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BY ON March 22nd, 2017

Egads! Big revelations this week! This entire time, Yer a Wizard, Harry has been living as a podcast when really, WE’RE THREE PEOPLE STANDING ON EACH OTHER’S SHOULDERS UNDER A TRENCH COAT.  This week, the Quizzich Cup trudges (drunkenly) onward – do our heroes lose that spark? We also head down the rabbit hole – er, …

BY ON March 22nd, 2017

I’m trying to imagine being the agent getting this pitch: “A teenage girl who lives in futuristic Versailles wants to escape this corporation-run Baroque world, but has to sell drugs to do it.” Is there any way you don’t pounce on that? I mean, they’re correctly billing it as “Breaking Bad via Marie-Antoinette.” Designer drugs! …

BY ON March 21st, 2017

At long last, Geekly Grooves has returned! This time we’re coming to you with a recommendation from one of our own, @TheVikingBear_ on Twitter! Nothing More is the self-titled album and major label debut from San Antonio rockers Nothing More. Released back in 2014, the album holds up as one of the more unique albums …

BY ON March 21st, 2017

Before heading to PAX East this year, I did my due diligence in researching the indie titles that would be in attendance.  Each year we are inundated with press e-mails about which games will be shown at the yearly convention in Boston, and with a scant three days to check them out, you need to …

BY ON March 21st, 2017

Miss Anna Arden is Barren. And how does an unmarried teenager in Victorian England know such a thing? Well, she’s not barren in the reproductive sense. This is much worse. In the world of Blood Rose Rebellion, Barren women can’t do magic, which is the only proof of a noble’s heritage and worthiness. Only those …

BY ON March 21st, 2017

I read the first chapter of A Crown of Wishes and immediately had to check twitter. Sure enough, Roshani Chokshi and Stephanie Garber, author of Caraval, follow each other. Did they also edit each others’ introductory chapters? Because both begin with a mysterious invitation to a mysterious game run by a dangerous and magical individual. …

BY ON March 21st, 2017

The Brute Force meet a deposed crown prince and learn more about Agarion’s intentions leading up to that treacherous tomb in Denderast. We have launched the Brute Force Patreon campaign, so if you wish to support the show and get some goodies in the process, please check it out at Patreon.com/bruteforce. If you haven’t already …

BY ON March 20th, 2017

I guess it sorta makes sense the Queen Ashayara Dayne would be mad at us, what with the death of her beloved husband. Sure, it wasn’t our fault but I guess she doesn’t know that. And honestly, this couldn’t have come at a worse time since we came to Pelor’s Hope first on our worldwide …

BY ON March 20th, 2017

I was astonished when I picked up The Song Rising by Samantha Shannon, the third installment in the Bone Season septet. It’s only 350 pages, shorter than both previous volumes by more than a hundred pages. Most series this long (I believe this one is planned for seven volumes, a la GRRM) succumb to bloat …

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