The first Mansions of Madness big box expansion takes us to the Streets of Arkham. Let’s take a walk through the streets to see if it’s worth the trip.
Cthulhu Between the Sheets: Fact and Fiction. Here’s why S.T. Joshi’s edited Cthulhu anthology; Achtung! Cthulhu: Dark Tales from the Secret War; and The Dark Waters Trilogy by Graham McNeill deserve a place on your bookshelf.
Painting Mansion of Madness monster figures and how to store everything, neat and tidy.
Roll Call summarizes the past week’s gaming exploits, and who was doing the exploiting. This past couple of weeks we’ve had 4 players at Thursday Night games which has allowed for a couple of long neglected 4 player games to hit the table. Friday night Madness with 2 players. Spoilers at the bottom of the post.
Roll Call summarizes the past week’s gaming exploits, and who was doing the exploiting. With the busy end of the school year rush, games have been fewer and farther between. Here’s what did hit the table: Niagara and Elder Sign: Unseen Forces
Roll Call summarizes recent recent gaming exploits, and who was doing the exploiting. Kessel Run gaming store, Mansions of Madness: What Lies Within, and Kemet all hit the the table in this special “Was it worth it?” edition of Roll Call.
Roll Call: Chicago Way x 2, Spyfall, Betrayal at House on the Hill w/ Widow’s Walk, Mansions of Madness
With a week long holiday there was a ton of gaming this past week or two. Excellent!
This past two weeks had 6 gaming sessions and saw Dead of Winter hit the table again. Fun!
Roll Call summarizes the past week’s gaming exploits, and who was doing the exploiting. This past week had two gaming sessions. Thursday Night games and Friday Night Mansions of Madness. The giant chess board and new chess clock at the school club continue to be big hits. Feel free to leave comments and questions at the bottom.
Roll Call is a new series that’ll summarize the past week’s gaming exploits, and who was doing the exploiting. This week had two good gaming sessions in it. Players and viewers alike are welcome to add their thoughts to the comment section at the end of the Roll Call. Spoilers for games like Mansions of Madness are clearly marked.