By Order of the Queen: An Order of Frustration

I have no inherent dislike for small amounts of luck in board games, but when a lengthy game comes down to a single dice roll, it can feel like a huge middle finger when you fail.

A table top all set up with the board game By Order of the Queen.

A Visitor’s Guide to Sigil

Hello, and welcome to scenic Sigil, the Crossroads of the Multiverse™. Thank you for visiting our tourist center where we are glad to assist with any questions you might have about the city.

A Love Letter to the Mortuary

When you wake up in the Mortuary, you may as well make the best of it.

Three Games That Almost Ruined my Most Cherished Friendships

Board games. That delightful medium meant to bring a group of people closer together as they gather around the table for a couple hours of good natured fun. Throw in some beers or hot coffee and you’ve got the makings of a great evening of bonding.

Several vegetables, (some form of squash, corn and a head of lettuce) run from a distance twister. This is the cover art for the game Farmageddon.

Cartography is Hollow Knight’s Greatest Reward

Hollow Knight is chock full of powerful character upgrades and incredible settings and fun characters, but the true reward is exploration.

A white faced creature with large black eyes and white horns, set into a grey painted sky. This is a promotional image for the game Hollow Night

Dungeon Master: In Defense of Railroading

Railroading can take freedom away from the players, but it can also be a valuable tool for a newer Dungeon Master such as myself.

a woman with a staff stands in front of a large green dragon, a man with a shield at her side. This is a promotional image from Dungeons and Dragons.