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The Mana Curve – Issue 2: Deck Building in Standard

by 2 weeks ago

For definitions on formats and archetypes referenced in this article, go to Issue 1, The Mana Curve - Magic: The Gathering for Casual Players How was your first tournament? Exhilarating …

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The Mana Curve – Magic: The Gathering for Casual Players

by 2 months ago

Issue 1: Preparing for your first local tournament Do you own ten thousand cards and six different playmats? Have you had at least one of your decks banned in your …

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Betrayal coming to Baldur’s Gate

by 2 months ago

If you've ever played Betrayal at House on the Hill, then you know it's almost like playing every B-grade horror movie created.  It's a great experience, and no one cares whether …

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Tomb of Annihilation coming to D&D products this fall

by 2 months ago

It's not uncommon for Dungeons & Dragons players to joke about Dungeon Masters whose sole purpose was to kill their characters as quickly as possible.  Some DMs seem to enjoy …

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Tales from the Yawning Portal coming to D&D Fifth Edition

by 8 months ago

Dungeons & Dragons has a rich history of storylines going back several decades.  While some might be familiar with Tiamat from the old Dungeons & Dragons cartoon or the Temple …

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Hasbro announces HASCON

by 10 months ago

Hasbro is a company that has tremendous pull.  While you might think of Transformers or My Little Pony, they also own Wizards of the Coast and Avalon Hill.  Now they are …

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Crazy Eights: Mark Rosewater on Kaladesh

by 10 months ago

Magic: The Gathering has unheard of longevity.  While several other collectible and trading card games have fallen by the wayside, Magic still goes strong.  Their latest edition Kaladesh has a distinct …

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Strahd makes his glorious return to D&D

by 1 year ago

There was a time when vampires were seen as scary, blood-sucking creatures.  However they lost favor to zombies when they started to sparkle in sunlight.  Wizards of the Coast is …

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Sell your RPG creations at the D&D Dungeon Masters Guild

by 2 years ago

I've often found Dungeon Masters to be creative people.  While modules can be used to create a setting or tell a story, the DM needs to be able to take …

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Beware the Rage of Demons

by 2 years ago

Wizards of the Coast has been doing a great job with creating a theme to tie their campaigns together.  The current set features the Temple of Elemental Evil, which has …

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Experience the Elemental Evil with D&D Encounters

by 2 years ago

The D&D Encounters series is a great way to learn the D&D system, and the recently released 5th Edition seems to be a great hit.  This week a new D&D Encounters …

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Support Group videos for those who DM

by 2 years ago

Do you suffer from a party that likes to wander aimlessly?  Would your party rather befriend a Beholder than poke its massive eye?  Have they carelessly misplaced their sword and …

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