Showing posts with label blogs. Show all posts
Showing posts with label blogs. Show all posts

Friday, May 12, 2017

Origins Award Nominees

Here are the nominees:
Family Games
  • Cartoon Network Crossover Crisis Deck-building Game by Cryptozoic Entertainment
  • Garbage Day by Mayday Games
  • Happy Salmon by North Star Games
  • Junk Art by Pretzel Games
  • Karuba by HABA
  • Speechless by Arcane Wonders
Role-Playing Game 
  • 7th Sea: Second Edition by John Wick Presents
  • Curse of Strahd by Wizards of the Coast-D&D
  • No Thank You, Evil! by Monte Cook Games
  • Star Wars: The Force Awakens by Fantasy Flight
  • Shadowrun-Seattle Sprawl by Catalyst Game Labs
  • Symbaroum by Modiphius Entertainment
  • Storm King’s Thunder by Wizards of the Coast-D&D
  • Star Wars: Edge of the Empire-Special Modifications by Fantasy Flight
  • The One Ring: Horse: Lords of Rohan by Cubicle 7
  • Volo’s Guide to Monsters by Wizards of the Coast-D&D
Traditional Card Games 
  • Dream Home by Asmodee
  • Fabled Fruit by Stronghold Games
  • Kanagawa by IELLO
  • Koddama: The Tree Spirits by Action Phase Games
  • Lotus by Renegade Games
  • Mystic Vale by AEG
  • Oh My Goods by Mayfair Games
  • The Big Book of Madness by Iello
Game Accessories
  • Blood Rage Organizer by The Broken Token
  • Dungeon Morph Dice Adventurer Set by Dwarven Forge
  • Flip ‘N Tray Mat Case by Ultimate Guard
  • Improved D Total by Gamescience
Board Games
  • Blood Rage by
  • Clank! by Renegade Games
  • Cry Havoc by Portal Games
  • Feast for Odin by Z Man Games/Asmodee
  • Islebound by Red Raven Games
  • Mansions of Madness by Fantasy Flight/Asmodee
  • Scythe by Stonemaier Games
  • Star Wars Rebellion by Fantasy Flight
  • Terraforming Mars by
  • World’s Fair 1893 by Renegade Game Studios and Foxtrot Games
Collectible Games
  • Yu-Gi-Oh Breaker of Shadow Booster by Konami
  • Pokémon XY11 Steam Siege Booster by Pokémon USA
  • Magic the Gathering: Kaladesh Booster Pack by Wizards of the Coast
  • Marvel HeroClix: Uncanny X-Men Booster Brick by WizKids
  • Cardfight Vanguard Fighters Collection by Bushiroad
Miniatures
  • Warhammer 40,000 Kill Team by Games Workshop
  • Konflikt ’47 by Warlord Games (
  • Dragon Rampant by Battlefront/Gale Force Nine
  • TANKS by Battlefront/Gale Force Nine
  • Dropfleet Commander by Hawk Warga

Saturday, March 4, 2017

Greek Theatre vs Roman

A Greek theater is not the same as a Roman theater. Ancient Greek theaters were very large, open-air structures that took advantage of sloping hillsides for their terraced seating. Because of drama's close connection with religion, theaters were often located in or near sanctuaries.

Greek
Roman

Wednesday, February 22, 2017

Mass Combat | Dungeons & Dragons


This week Unearthed Arcana switches gears, going from character options to a rules option for the DM: mass combat. We’ve touched on mass combat before in this column and have created these new rules after receiving your feedback. Please give the new rules a read, try them out in play, and let us know what you think in the survey we’ll provide in the next installment of Unearthed Arcana.
MassCombat.pdf



Mass Combat | Dungeons & Dragons