This week we got a little something different for you. While awaiting the release of Star Wars: Destiny Spirit of Rebellion, we decided to pick up the Core Set for the above-referenced AGoT 2.0. We had a great time learning how to play and are bringing you our top 5 favorite mechanics after our initial impression of the game.
This week, the focus of the article will be on The Concept of Cost-Benefit Analysis during deckbuilding. That discussion will segue into and encompass my usual Road to Store Championships segment and then we will briefly discuss Destiny Day at Team Covenant and prize support for the National Championships.
We’ve also decided to extend our GIVEAWAY. Instead of ending today, it will end once we reach 100 Likes on Facebook (currently like…. 15ish away). Like us on Facebook, Follow us on Twitter, Subscribe to us on YouTube, follow us on Twitch, and/or share the original Facebook post for a chance to win a full set of the Spirit of Rebellion prerelease promos. The more things you do, the more chances you will have to win! Sorry, continental U.S. only this time. Read More
This week, we’ll be talking briefly about Current Events, prize support for U.S. National Championships, my recent Acquisitions, and a Tournament Report.
Also, a reminder that we are doing another GIVEAWAY. Like us on Facebook, Follow us on Twitter, Subscribe to us on YouTube, follow us on Twitch, and/or share the original Facebook post for a chance to win a full set of the Spirit of Rebellion prerelease promos. The more things you do, the more chances you will have to win! We will draw one lucky winner on June 5th. Sorry, continental U.S. only this time.
Adventure seeds are great. They’re one or two sentence sources of inspiration for any DM to take and create something wonderful out of in their own campaign, and 5 DMs using the same seed will likely create 5 different scenarios with them. It’s also no secret that I love dwarves! So I decided to sit down and think up 25 adventure seeds for a dwarven city for you to enjoy! Read More
Here at Ready To Role, whenever we have a social gathering with drinking involved, inevitably we all end up wanting to play one game as the party winds down. Sitting around a table, beverage in hand, engaged in conversation with friends- subtly we’re also bluffing our ways through trying to hold onto our gems. Of course, I’m talking about Dead Man’s Chest From Eagle-Gryphon Games! Read More