A List of Legacies

Consider this my noble attempt to gather an up to date list of every legacy board game that currently exists. First, a couple of caveats: First of all, there’s quite a blurry line between campaign games and legacy games so some of these games would probably more often be described as a campaign game but […]

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Helpful Resources for Wingspan

There are two types of people in the world, those who love birds and those who don’t. Wingspan has somehow managed to snuggle its way into the hearts of both groups. With its immense popularity, Wingspan has earned a well-deserved reputation as a solid and enjoyable game, and that’s for good reason. It’s really just

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Aeon Trespass: Everything

Aeon Trespass: Odyssey is fantastic. And with the upcoming Aeon Trespass: Twelve Sins of Herakles just around the corner (if that corner happens to be about two years long), it looks like this is a Greek post-apocalyptic universe that’s here to stay. But the stand-alone-game-but-also-at-least-partly-an-expansion that is Aeon Trespass: Twelve Sins of Herakles (often shortened

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Who Wins Combat Ties?

Whenever you (or anyone else for that matter) play any sort of war strategy board game, there is one question that will inevitably come up. “Who wins ties in this combat?” And it’s a good question because it isn’t always obvious. The way that I see it, there’s really only two answers to that question,

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This Month I Played: Sleeping Gods, Spirit Island, Gloomhaven and more… – September 2021

Hold on to your hats, cats, and bats, because it’s time for yet another monthly update! Game Amount My City 6 Terraforming Mars: Ares Expedition 4 Sleeping Gods 2 Spirit Island 1 Gloomhaven 1 Cascadia 1 My City My girlfriend and I started playing My City this month. So far, we’ve played the first two

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Cascadia – A Positive Review

Do you see the foxes, cunning, running around? Or the salmon, swimming, not making a sound? Ducking, diving, avoiding the bears that are all nestled up in their own little lairs? Follow the river! See how it leads through forests to deliver mountains of deeds! I am not even going to try to bury the

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Frosthaven vs. Gloomhaven

While we eagerly await the arrival of Frosthaven, it seems like a good time to go over all the things that are new in Frosthaven compared to Gloomhaven. This post is for those of you who don’t want to sort through more than 85 updates on Kickstarter as well as the Kickstarter page itself. I

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