John Farrell

PROFILE:

Law School graduate living in Philadelphia, Pa. We love these games because we can share them, and grow together as we experience each new tool experiment with togetherness. I have been playing board games and RPGs for as long as I can remember, and coupled with tenacity and weirdness I love the work I do with Gamingtrend, sharing that passion with all of you.

Posts by John Farrell:

An Early Look at Pathfinder Battles: Crown of Fangs Miniatures

by 2 months ago

Curse of the Crimson Throne’s climax was already a thrilling, deadly challenge for players, and the release of Pathfinder Battles’ Crown of Fangs set brings the adventure to your tabletop …

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Restoring the Ancient: Tomb Trader Review

by 2 months ago

Ancient treasure means nothing if it’s buried uselessly under the sands, its legacy wasting away with the passing of ages. Artifacts only have power if they are present, whether for …

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Nothing to Fear But You: Fear Agent Review

by 2 months ago

Rounding out its lineup of RPGs adapted from acclaimed comic series, Pinnacle Entertainment is bringing Fear Agent to the tabletop. Fear Agent, in its last days on Kickstarter as of …

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The Quick, the Dead, and You: The Goon RPG Review

by 3 months ago

Gangsters, zombies, tragedy, comedy, and horror unite in The Goon, a multiple-Eisner-Award-winning comic strip that is making its way towards an all-new RPG adaptation. Currently on Kickstarter, The Goon has …

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Fall of Man: Dark Eden Campaign Review

by 3 months ago

Far into the future, mankind fights a losing battle against the Dark Symmetry, an evil force from beyond the stars that has been our sole enemy for centuries. This warped …

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Punderful Gaming: Rampunctious Review

by 3 months ago

I take it as a point of pride that many people I know have an instinctive fear of my voice whenever the pun train starts rolling. Things get off track, …

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Built to Last: Villages of Valeria Review

by 3 months ago

After pushing back the monstrous hordes in Valeria: Card Kingdoms and exploring the wilds they left behind in Quests for Valeria, the time has come to rebuild the ravaged kingdom. …

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Dark Eden Campaign Available for Mutant Chronicles

by 3 months ago

The Mutant Chronicles tell the story of man's struggle among the stars against a mysterious and seemingly infinite foe. With the third edition, Modiphius Entertainment has told this story over …

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Faith the Sci-fi RPG Core Book Preview

by 4 months ago

Faith: The Sci-fi RPG came into the tabletop scene a little more than a year ago, and with it came a new universe of gods, exploration, and political conflict. So …

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Be Our Quest: Quests of Valeria Review

by 4 months ago

The Kingdom of Valeria reels, having survived an onslaught of monstrous hordes. Now, as it recovers, guildmasters seek adventurers to explore the wild and battle strange beasts while also seeking …

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Trials and Errors: Salem Review

by 4 months ago

Darkness hangs over Salem. The whispers are turning into open talk, and the talk into accusations. Some of us are lost to darkness, and all of us are afraid. We …

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Realism in the Unreal: Song of Swords Developers on Historical Accuracy in Game Design

by 4 months ago

Song of Swords is a tabletop RPG currently seeking funding on Kickstarter. It prides itself as a historically accurate medieval combat game, with extensive sets of arms, armor, and maneuvers. …

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