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Too Much Dead Stuff – And I Like It

Up for today’s blog is a bit of a cheat for me as I won’t be writing too much. What…

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Too Much Dead Stuff – And I Like It

Up for today’s blog is a bit of a cheat for me as I won’t be writing too much. What…

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Friday’s Four

In an our continuing effort to create and foster community, this week's Friday's Four focuses primarily on blogs that are…

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Mansions of Madness Second Edition Preview

OLYMPUS DIGITAL CAMERA I think the more games I play, the more I flirt with being homeless. It’s really a razor’s edge at the moment, and try as I might, the willpower used to exert denying myself of new games seems to wane with each passing day. But generally speaking, I don’t have the luxury of always playing the games. I job search, read, put together games workshop miniatures, write blogs, and am contemplating an online business that sells games. I know this is a very brief season as I have a few opportunities for employment, but I’m dragging 

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Taking a “Chunk” Out of My Time…

As anyone who has popped on this website can tell, we are pushing The Walking Dead: All Out War miniatures game somewhat hard.  It's not the only game we play on Thursday nights, but when I pulled it out, with my painted cars, walkers, crate walls, and newly purchased trees from Woodland Scenics, a sense of awe came over everyone as they looked upon the board I created. It wasn't that I was so wonderful; on the contrary, I hardly get a second look.  However, the board lends itself to one, two, even three takes as the zombies (walkers) roam the streets of Atlanta sweeping this way and that, looking to take a "Chunk" out of any passerby.  As I explained the game and moved to the "GM" role, rolling dice for