The Society for Creative Anachronism (SCA)

April 23, 2019

The SCA is awesome—If you love medieval culture, clothes and food, that is. I was a frequent patron of this group for a few years, making clothing and immersing myself in the events. Some take place in one day, while …

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KeyForge ChainBound Events FAQ

Do I need to know how to play beforehand?

It is strongly recommended that you learn how to play before entering a Chainbound event. Keyforge, however, is simple enough that you can learn very quickly from another player. You can …

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Pugmire: Who’s a Good Little Adventurer?

April 17, 2019

How good of a boy are you?

It’s an odd question for a human, but for one of the brave dogs of Pugmire? It’s a question that guides their every way of life!

Pugmire is a tabletop RPG from …

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Colt Express: Your New Old Game to Obsess Over

April 10, 2019

Do you hear that? That whistle blowing, the rattling of the rails… There’s a train incoming, and you get to rob it. You’re not alone, though. Other robbers are trying to take what you’ve rightfully stolen. They shoot at you, …

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What Was Left Out of Guildmaster’s Guide to Ravnica: One City, One World

March 28, 2019

As somebody who is a fan of both Magic: the Gathering and Dungeons and Dragons, Guildmasters’ Guide to Ravnica is something I thought previously only achievable in my dreams. But alas, and at last, here we are! However, I am …

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Vortex: A Storm of Strategy!

March 19, 2019

Twist it, turn it, win it! Vortex is a new game that has come raging into Board Game Barrister. It has tactics, it has excitement, it has ways to mess with your opponents, causing neverending animosity and bitter resentment between …

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Zombie Kidz Evolution

March 14, 2019

Well, it happened. The zombie apocalypse arrived, and these undead creeps are swarming our school!

We’re well armed with water cannons, skateboards and laser swords—and we’re definitely smarter than this foot-dragging, groaning horde—but are we quick enough to lock them

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Home By Dark

March 5, 2019

There’s something strange about that new substitute teacher. She just doesn’t look right, like her eyes are way to big, and the way she just stares out the window all the time, it is kinda creepy. Not to mention that

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DM Tip #11: Passing Notes

February 28, 2019

 Do You Have Something to Share With the Class?

Passing notes in game. This is something of a dying art form. When I was a younger player—all the way back in the last century—note passing was quite common in most …

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What Was Left Out of Guildmasters’ Guide to Ravnica: An Issue of Character Race

February 26, 2019

As somebody who is a fan of both Magic: the Gathering and Dungeons and Dragons, Guildmasters’ Guide to Ravnica is something I thought previously only achievable in my dreams. But alas, and at last, here we are! However, I …

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