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Michael BarnesMichael Barnes   April 29, 2016   117  
Pretty much "Blackhawk Down: The Card Game"
Boardgame Reviews
MattDPMattDP   April 25, 2016   300  
The biggest shock I got from Thunder and Lightning was seeing Richard Borg's name on the cover. He's become so synonymous with the Commands and Colours series that it seemed bizarre to remember he had, on occasion, designed other games. One of them was a 2-player card game called Hera and Zeus which has now been reskinned, rethemed and retitled as Thunder and Lightning. I never played the original, but cosmetically it looks like an impressive upgrade. Aside from the box art, which appears to show a tiny Thor being menaced by a muster of gargantuan...
Boardgame Reviews
Michael BarnesMichael Barnes   April 22, 2016   315  
Yeah, it's great. There it is.
Five Second Reviews
Black BarneyBlack Barney   April 19, 2016   106  
This movie has a lot of heart. Technically a 2015 film, but didn't get a North American release until 2016. It's one of those difficult yet uplifting movies about what happens when a good friend gets diagnosed with terminal cancer and you decide to spend a few days with them. How does that go? Do you go and live the good life, making the most out of every moment? Or are you actually going to face what's to come and help your friend deal with decisions that no one should ever have to make. Or are those days made...
Boardgame Reviews
Michael BarnesMichael Barnes   April 15, 2016   326  
Super deluxe indeed!
Five Second Reviews
Black BarneyBlack Barney   April 13, 2016   212  
In classic Linklater form, you're left a few times in the movie wondering what the hell this is all about? It all came together for me and hit me like a freight train in the very last closing shot of the movie, weirdly enough. Linklater has a real gift at bringing you back to places, revisiting your youth and making you remember quite clearly memories of times past. Boyhood did this brilliantly (and let's not talk about how impossible it must be this to follow up after that movie), but this one also pulls that...
Boardgame Reviews
charlestcharlest   April 11, 2016   516  
"If the sun comes up tomorrow, it is only because of men of good will. And that's - that's all there is between us and the devil." - Kenny O'Donnell, or rather, Kevin Costner
Boardgame Reviews
MattDPMattDP   April 11, 2016   568  
The first edition of Warhammer 40k was perhaps the worst thing Games Workshop even made. Although it was stuffed full of interesting tidbits, they unwisely chose to just copy their fantasy battle system into the 41st millennium. Where, as a result, a crossbow had the exact same stat line as a bolt gun, planting a high-explosive round smack into the middle of your suspension of disbelief. Porting fantasy straight to sci-fi is rarely a good idea. Yet here's FFG, bold as brass, doing exactly that with Imperial Assault. Taking the second edition of Descent and turning...
Kickstarter
rfvrpgrfvrpg   April 11, 2016   259  

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Game Name
Trail of the Apprentice Pathfinder or 5E

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Kickstarter Information

Kickstarter Start Date
March 26, 2016
Kickstarter End Date
April 22, 2016
Paris Crenshaw and Legendary Games is expanding on the beginner pathfinder rules by creating a 5 part campaign. Trail of the Apprentice is an action-packed saga for Pathfinder RPG and 5E for all ages. It is an amazing introduction to new or younger players & gamemasters. The Legendary Beginnings line are products designed to be tons of fun for experienced gamers but with structure and content suitable for beginners, troche young and old. These adventure modules use simplified stat blocks and other rules adjustments to keep gameplay fun and fast for new players, with helpful sidebars that provide advice...
Boardgame Reviews
Michael BarnesMichael Barnes   April 07, 2016   783  
Topdeck Montcalm for the win!
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