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  • Excelsior, Stan Lee

    Gage Skidmore

    The comics fandom lost an unquestioned legend this week when Stan Lee, cornerstone of the Marvel Universe, passed away Nov. 12 at the age of 95.

    Since comics could be considered a “gateway” to the world of tabletop role-playing, we know his passing would hit hard to many of our gamer friends all over the world.

    Here we present a selection of tributes posted on social media this week. Continue Reading

    Chase is a writer and D&D fanatic that turned his first character into the subject of a new book series: Abel Mondragon. Other geeky obsessions include obscure TV history, cooking, painting (walls) and finding an appropriate Simpsons quote for any situation.

  • Epic Game Room Additions, Part 1

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    What would make for a “legendary” game room? It’s got to be a mixture of elements that makes all five senses come to life. Sound, imagery, touch, scents and yes, even your sense of taste must all come together to make for memorable game nights.

    The following are some ideas that could inspire you to do a game-room renovation! Continue Reading

    Chase is a writer and D&D fanatic that turned his first character into the subject of a new book series: Abel Mondragon. Other geeky obsessions include obscure TV history, cooking, painting (walls) and finding an appropriate Simpsons quote for any situation.

  • Legendary Item: Fortress of Fangs

    Some kids wanted to take their Fisher-Price Little People on a trip to the car wash or to a McDonald’s. Others would put Barbie up in her Dream House. Still others wanted to imprison a handful of heroes into a draconic head-shaped labyrinth. For the latter, there was “Fortress of Fangs.” Continue Reading

    Chase is a writer and D&D fanatic that turned his first character into the subject of a new book series: Abel Mondragon. Other geeky obsessions include obscure TV history, cooking, painting (walls) and finding an appropriate Simpsons quote for any situation.