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Small Business Saturday

Happy Small Business Saturday shoppers! Today millions of people will help support the small businesses both in their communities and online. One of the best things about purchasing items and services from small businesses is the ability to impact an individual, family, or small group of workers or friends in their efforts to better their

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Port of Entry – Introduction to Casting

One of my favorite elements in Dungeons and Dragons is spell casting. No offense to any of the fighters out there (myself included), but why wouldn’t you want the ability to cast spells in a fantasy world? I sure do! So today, how about we break down what it takes to cast a spell in

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Good Sportsmanship

Alright, I know, TTRPGs and board games are not sports, but the same principles on the field apply at the table. Ever since I was a kid, you get told to be a good sport, both in victory and defeat. This should be something we all strive for when playing games with other people (and

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TARDIS Day – November 23

On November 23, 1963 a science fiction show about a madman in a box premiered its first episode, “An Unearthly Child,” in the United Kingdom.

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Trans* Day of Remembrance

Today, we honor our trans* friends who we’ve lost due the discriminatory actions that target this community. This day was created in 1999 to honor

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TTRPG Gift Ideas for the Holidays

Looking for the perfect gift for your Dungeon/Game Master? Want to surprise your party with a special something? Secretly shopping for items to gift yourself?

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Domino Day – November 11

The History of Dominos Image Credits: Canva The origin of the modern domino dates all the way back to the Song Dynasty of China, with

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Saftey At The Table

Good Sportsmanship

Alright, I know, TTRPGs and board games are not sports, but the same principles on the field apply at the table. Ever since I was

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ADHD at the Table

If you follow me on social media, you have inevitably seen me talk about living and thriving with ADHD. I’ll share my story about how

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Game Reviews

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Kodama- The Tree Spirits Game Review

Previous Next Kodama- The Tree Spirits Kodama: The Tree Spirits is an adorably illustrated card placement game where you work to keep the forest healthy for the tree spirits. Kodoma, from Indie Boards & Cards, is designed by Daniel Solis and illustrated by Kwanchai Moriya. The game is rated for 2-5 players, aged 14+ and

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National Chocolate Day – October 28

As the world inches closer to Halloween on October 31st, we take a pit stop in the US to recognize one of the most iconic treats worldwide, chocolate! As chocolate loving nerds, we want to make sure you all get to celebrate in style! Check out the chocolate themed games and games accessories below! Chocolate

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13 Games for Halloween

Rather than sugar plums, some of us have visions of candy corn and pumpkins dancing in our heads year round. After a completely bonkers summer, some of us are just ready to slide into that cool fall sweater weather and focus on the spooky things life has to offer. In that spirit (pun intended) I

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Game Review – Hanabi

Hanabi Hanabi is a cooperative card game by R&R Games Inc and is rated for 2 to 5 players, ages 8 and up and plays in about 30 minutes. The objective of the game is to put on a stunning firework show with your other players, but the catch is you cannot see your own

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Remembering the Pulse Tragedies

Variant Allison writes about her experiences in remembrance of the terrible Pulse Nightclub Tragedy, and offers ways we can continue to suppose those affected.

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