I’m always looking for an opportunity to lure tabletop gaming neophytes into the addicting world of chucking dice and chugging carbonated drinks well into the wee hours of the morning. When Waterdeep: Dragon Heist came across my desk, I nearly crit my pants. … read more
Xanathar’s Guide simply helps to blur the lines a bit and gives a great selection of something I value most at the table: player choice. … read more
While most D&D campaigns begin in a relatively neutral or safe location, Storm King’s Thunder thrusts its participants straight into the adventure, setting them in a recently sieged village that’s being torn apart by goblins. … read more
L.E. Modesitt plays a long game with his Saga of Recluse series. Eighteen novels into this epic tale, Heritage of Cyador continues with the exploits of the grey mage Lerial, whose aid in the defeat of the Afritan army in Cyador’s Heirs turns out to be far from decisive. … read more
Ask any gamer what the most iconic piece of music in gaming history is and you’ll probably get one of three answers: Legend Of Zelda, Tetris and Super Mario Bros., with the last one being the first most spoken of. … read more
Book reviews for Clothes, Clothes, Clothes. Music, Music, Music. Boys, Boys, Boys.: A Memoir, Grumpy Cat: A Grumpy Book, The Grumpy Guide to Life: Observations by Grumpy Cat, Helen Keller Really Lived, I Found My Friends: The Oral History Of Nirvana, The Modern Savage: Our Unthinking Decision to Eat Animals, and Robin Robertson’s Vegan Without Borders: Easy Everyday Meals from Around the World.