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Gencon 50: Tips from a First-Timer

Gencon! Growing up a gamer in Australia, I’d heard a lot of American conventions but had never had the chance to ever go to one before. So what better con to start with than one that not only focuses on one of my favourite hobbies but was also celebrating...

Doctor Who RPG Review

Get in loser, we’re going time travelling! As a long time fan of all things Doctor Who, I was needless to say more than a little excited when I found out that there was a tabletop RPG based off of it as well and when Dames became a reality, insisted immediately...

Last Night on Earth – Timber Peaks Expansion Review

The tales of heroism and valor against the undead hordes continues in the expansion, Last Night on Earth: Timber Peaks by Flying Frog Productions. Set in the mountainous down of Timber Peaks, the game comes with an entirely new customizable board, new survivors, a few...

Roll20 Review

Over the weekend, popular online tabletop platform Roll20 hosted their annual Roll20Con. From June 24-25, 2017, this online site showcased their online games and offered paid features to free games played in honor of the con. In addition to streaming games by some GM...

Call of Cthulhu: A Player Perspective

Have you ever wanted to hunt the things that go bump in the night while bickering with your allies like an old, polyamorous group that isnโ€™t allowed to get married because itโ€™s 1920 and no one there hangs with that whilst simultaneously on the verge of losing your...

Call of Cthulhu: Overview and GM Review

Enter the world of H.P. Lovecraft as an investigator dragged willing or not into the dark world of the Elder Gods. Call of Cthulhu pits humans with some skills against the awesome might of gods and their underlings – both human and not. Investigators will need...