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Review: The Origin

If you’ve followed our blog here, or our Twitch streams, or know us personally in a Tabletop Roleplaying Game context, you’ll know that while I will play basically anything (especially if my wife is running it – She’s my favorite GM), I freely admit that superhero games really aren’t my bag.  For the most part,…

Review: Break the Horizon

Once again, my friends, I’m going to lead you back to one of my all-time favorite settings to play in or run: Numenera, by Monte Cook Games.  I just can’t stay away.  It keeps drawing me back, like a little black hole in my gaming shelf.  Within the last couple of months or so we…

Review: Defiant

In the past, I have talked some about my discovery of Numenera.  How with the first reading, I didn’t really understand what I held in my hands.  It was only with time and play and immersing myself in both the design thought process (for the mechanics) and the narrative (for the setting) that I truly…

Review: Red Rook Revolt

As has been our way, whenever a publisher comes to us and asks us to review a product, assuming it’s in our wheelhouse, we do it.  This week, we have another opportunity to do so.  We were approached by Magnus Hansen to take a look and do a review on his product: Red Rook Revolt. …

Review: Priests of the Aeons

There are just some properties that I can’t stay away from.  For whatever reason, they keep me coming back.  Sometimes eagerly, sometimes it’s by simple circumstance.  Dungeons & Dragons seems to be in the latter category for me.  But Numenera, I place in the former.  And so today, I want to return to the Ninth…

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