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WATCH: How to Play Lander

Oct 22 2019

Get ready for some astronomical intrigue, because in this episode of How to Play we’re checking out Lander from Intrepid Games! This competitive space-themed game pits players against one another as they seek to colonize the distant alien world Kaimas-2.

 

Get caught up on the lore of Lander here: https://youtu.be/Udrv_LSDyHM

 

Learn more about the game here: https://www.landerthegame.com

 

The Lander Kickstarter launches March 3rd 2020, but you can play a demo copy of the game at 130 participating locations around the world. Click here for more info: https://www.landerthegame.com/play-before-you-pledge

WATCH: Eureka | We’re Alive: Frontier | Season 1 Episode 3

Oct 21 2019

Departing from Archtown, the band of survivors take a reprieve to gather supplies outside of the township Eureka, stumbling upon something unusual.

 

Based on the hit We’re Alive podcast, Ivan Van Norman leads a game of survival for a group of players on a mission through the infected undead-ridden midwest.

WATCH: HTP Painters Corner! Horrified: Universal Monsters – The Mummy

Oct 21 2019

Welcome to the HTP Painters Corner, where Nox Berf shows you how to paint each of the monster minis featured in Horrified: Universal Monsters from Ravensburger. In this mesmerizing installment, Nox seeks to break the curse of The Mummy.

 

This video is made in paid partnership with Ravensburger. Learn more about Horrified: Universal Monsters here: https://amzn.to/2oJFgCN

WATCH: Scott Pilgrim Miniatures The World | Game the Game

Oct 17 2019

The Good Guys and Evil Exes are facing off in this episode of Game the Game! Becca is joined by Omar Najam and Amy Dallen to play Scott Pilgrim Miniatures The World from Renegade Game Studios. Players go head-to-head and battle as Scott and his friends, or Matthew Patel and his Demon Hipster Chicks in this action-packed game based on the graphic novel series.

 

This video is made in paid partnership with Renegade Game Studios. Learn more here: https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/165626423/scott-pilgrim-miniatures-the-world?ref=aikxdh

Take on the Tabletop in SCOTT PILGRIM MINIATURES THE WORLD

Oct 16 2019

You know the story, and now it’s time to play it! Scott Pilgrim Miniatures the World, now on Kickstarter from Renegade Game Studios, pits Scott against the League of Evil Exes like never before. Play as either Scott and friends, or demon hipster chicks alongside the League, in this colorful competitive tabletop miniature game to see who will ultimately come out on top.

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Scott Pilgrim Miniatures the World is a game for 2-3 players ages 14 and up, designed by Toronto native Erica Bouyouris. All of your favorite characters are here in pre-painted 3-D miniature form, from Ramona Flowers to Knives Chau, along with special custom dice, “throwable” objects, a 3-D venue board of an iconic Scott Pilgrim location, and much more. Campaign backers can also score battle expansions and miniatures you won’t find anywhere else.

The game begins by setting up your venue before the battle begins. Let host Becca Scott teach you how to set up the board, choose a side, and get ready to duke it out in this episode of How to Play.

On each turn, a roll of the dice determines the abilities your characters can activate. (One reroll per turn is allowed for dice with matching icons.) Players can move their mini, punch or kick an opponent to inflict damage, recover health, or use a special ability shown on a character card. Booster tokens can also be used to move a mini two spaces or perform a basic attack.

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Characters can also grab an object to use as a shield from an attack, or throw it at an enemy. This is a knock down, drag out fight to reduce your opponent’s health, after all! The entire game board–even the walls!–can be part of the melee, so roll up your sleeves and get ready to rumble.

Visit the official Kickstarter campaign page now for more details about how to play and how to support Scott (or Matthew Patel, if you take his side). Don’t miss your chance to take over the tabletop!

This post is sponsored by Renegade Game Studios.

All Images: Renegade Game Studios

WATCH: HTP Painters Corner: Horrified: Universal Monsters – The Invisible Man

Oct 16 2019

Brave the unknown and enter the HTP Painters Corner as Nox Berf shows you how to paint each of the monster minis featured in Horrified: Universal Monsters from Ravensburger. For this ghastly go-round, Nox helps us spot The Invisible Man!

 

This video is made in paid partnership with Ravensburger. Learn more about Horrified: Universal Monsters here: https://amzn.to/2oJFgCN

WATCH: Kids on Bikes: Halloween Is Coming | TBD RPG

Oct 16 2019

GM Stef Woodburn takes us back to the 1960s where the Halloween season is in full swing in the already spooky town of Whichburg.

This video is made in paid partnership with Dungeon in a Box. Check out the Skinny Mini Kickstarter: https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/skinny-minis/skinny-minis-a-new-type-of-miniature-for-tabletop-rpgs?ref=a47v80

Subscribe to the Geek & Sundry Twitch channel at https://twitch.tv/geekandsundry to view all episodes of TBD RPG on demand!

Allow Geek & Sundry to take you by the hand and guide you from game to game in our new programming block, TBD RPG! Whether it’s playing Weave, adventuring through dungeons, fighting Eldritch horrors from the other side of the cosmos, creating a prehistoric society, or pinning your opponent on a wrestling mat, TBD RPG is the space to see every possible sort of RPG!

WATCH: How to Play Scott Pilgrim Miniatures The World

Oct 15 2019

Gather your precious friends (or demon hipster chicks) because in this episode of How to Play we’re taking a look at Scott Pilgrim Miniatures The World from Renegade Game Studios! Play as Scott and his friends or join the Evil Exes to do battle on a pop-up board that recreates iconic locations from the graphic novel series.

This video is made in paid partnership with Renegade Game Studios. Learn more here: https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/165626423/scott-pilgrim-miniatures-the-world

WATCH: On the Rails | We’re Alive: Frontier | Season 1 Episode 2

Oct 14 2019

Our band of survivors find themselves in a desperate situation while acquiring the necessary supplies for the trek ahead.

These L.A. BY NIGHT Inktober Pieces Will Give You Vitae

Oct 11 2019

Led by Storyteller Jason Carl of White Wolf Entertainment, Vampire: The Masquerade – L.A. By Night is a dark tale of personal horror and inhuman conspiracy that sees four vampires doing their best to navigate the macabre affairs and terrifying realities of surviving the L.A. night.

October is the best time of year, and not because the leaves are changing and things that go bump in the night are welcomed with opened arms. It’s also Inktober, a daily celebration of drawing and art that floods the internet with gorgeous depictions of artists’ beloved subjects! This year, #vtminktober adds a Vampire: The Masquerade theme option for new and veteran Inktober participants, and many chose Geek & Sundry’s own L.A. By Night to honor with the pen and pencil.

Whether you’re participating as a digital artist, or right-clicking and saving every image you see below, the only thing scarier than facing a Kindred is losing all that stunning artwork thanks to a crashed hard drive. Use Backblaze, a cloud-based backup system, to back up your PC or Mac for just six dollars a month.

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Backblaze is a longtime friend of Geek & Sundry, and we’re big fans of the peace of mind the service offers. Whether you’re a gamer and you want to make sure you never lose those hard-earned save files (and your work stuff, sure), or you’re a business owner with valuable data that you need to keep safe with someone you can trust, there’s an online backup plan just for you.

Try Backblaze right now for free to make sure your October is filled only with scares of the fun kind.

And now, feast your eyes on this year’s Vampire: The Masquerade inspired art! Below you’ll find just a few of our favorite pieces from the month-long event featuring some very vamiliar faces.

#Enchanted #Inktober #inktoberDay7 @LAbyNight @Cyndancer @AmeliaRBlaire pic.twitter.com/9oxjZUDAag

— Matt WhoDIES (@MattWhodraws) October 7, 2019

#inktober day 6: Sire (taken from the #vtminktober prompt list)
Decided to do everyone’s favourite #vampiredaddy from #labynight! Played by @executivegoth pic.twitter.com/YyRBTlJIOQ

— Phenakism (@Phenakism9) October 6, 2019

Day 2: “Sun” & Day 3: “Vamily”
It’s good to be reminded of the dangers around you if you want to stay alive… or unlive? Especially if you keep running into uncomfortable situations, like the Valley Coterie from #LAbyNight. 🔥#Inktober #inktober2019 #vamily #vtminktober pic.twitter.com/X7pRcaE0iu

— Susanne Boldt (@boldtSketches) October 6, 2019


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#vtminktober Day 5: Camarilla. Maximillian Strauss as portrayed by the Master Storyteller @vampiresnvino of #LAbyNight. pic.twitter.com/1N3ZILkVyy

— Xynthimero (@Xynthimero) October 5, 2019

#Inktober day 5: Camarilla ( taken from the #vtminktober Prompt list)
I did something a little simpler today, had very little time, but here’s X’s vision from #labynight ! pic.twitter.com/JUnpzooGMv

— Phenakism (@Phenakism9) October 5, 2019

3. Vamily. Yall know i had to do something #labynight related. Although i don’t believe in myself enough to attempt the actual characters, their clan symbols will do.
————————————#vtminktober #vtm #inktober #vampirethemasquerade pic.twitter.com/eaBVpMEUxi

— fury of blowreguard (@galaxycleric) October 3, 2019

Inktober day 3: vamily #inktober #vamily #labynight #Vampirethemasquerade #vampiresvino #alexward777 #cyndancer #bdaveswalters #erikaishii pic.twitter.com/FGo3FtKYSv

— Jodi Kautz (@Ladygrail13) October 3, 2019

And it’s day 3 of #vtminktober!
Today: #Vamily! And who better to choose than the amazing Coterie of #LAbyNight? pic.twitter.com/vBnluxkOqr

— Xynthimero (@Xynthimero) October 3, 2019

Day 3!
2-VAMILY!
Who is the one and only? The #LabyNight #Vamily of course!
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Took me a while and was in a rush, but for sure I will re-do it in the future, it was such great fun!#VtMInktober #VtM #VampireTheMasquerade #Inktober #WorldOfDarkness #WoD pic.twitter.com/oFGwwRDpBT

🌙🦇🎃SpookyzinovArt🎃🦇⭐ (@KaramzinovArt) October 3, 2019

“Let’s tell a story about vampires.”#vtminktober night 3: #Vamily
I thought it appropriate to draw @vampiresnvino himself for this one!
This is my first time trying this shading style but it definitely won’t be the last.
#Vampirethemasquerade #inktober2019 pic.twitter.com/4NMMCD8fXf

— Emma ⚰️🦇 Inktober (@bl00dyadorabl3) October 3, 2019

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BLOOM TOWN Isn’t Your Garden-Variety City Building Game

Oct 10 2019

Draft tiles as you draft a crafty plan to make your town flourish! Bloom Town is a city-building game for two to four players, ages 8 and up, from new indie tabletop game publisher Sidekick Games. Place stunning illustrated tiles on the game board to outbuild your opponents as you help your town grow into a thriving metropolis.

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Setup of the game depends on the number of players seated around the table. Each player then draws two tiles from the shuffled pile, five tiles are added face up to the market, and the game begins!

Let host Becca Scott teach you how to prepare the game and get started building in this episode of How to Play.

On each player’s turn, they can build their town, score bloom points, and draft a tile. Offices, subways, parks, homes, and shops are yours for the drafting on your turn. (Each tile has its own colorful illustration for a total of 65 unique tiny town tiles.)

Bloom points are tallied by the tile just placed at the beginning of the turn; different tile types, such as office or subway, score different amounts of points. Bonuses can be earned by placing the tiles of the same type in a row or diagonally, so plan carefully to make that city pretty! Then a new tile with a matching icon with the tile just placed is drafted by the player, and play continues.

You’ll have to be two steps ahead to build the city of your dreams and score more bloom points than the other players. Ready to see the game in action and get some tips to triumph? Watch Becca and friends blossom in this episode of Game the Game and you’ll be one tile ahead when it’s time to play.

Bloom Town is now available exclusively on Walmart.com. Whether you’re new to playing games or you’re looking to add some scintillating strategy into the mix, you’ll build a game night to remember when you play Bloom Town.

This post is sponsored by Sidekick Games.

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WATCH: Bloom Town | Game the Game

Oct 10 2019

It’s time to build your way to victory in this episode of Game the Game! Becca is joined by Alejandra Cejudo, Paula Deming, and David Guthrie to play Bloom Town from Sidekick Games. This city building strategy game puts each player in the role of architect as they place various structure styles to earn maximum bloom points and be proclaimed Mayor of Bloom Town.

 

This video is made in paid partnership with Sidekick Games. Learn more about Bloom Town here: https://www.walmart.com/ip/Sidekick-Games-Bloomtown-Board-Game/929325378

Be Prepared for Anything When You Bring Skinny Minis to the Tabletop

Oct 9 2019

Dungeon Masters have to be prepared for anything. So maybe you didn’t predict the party would decide to take a shortcut through the haunted woods, or skip the shopping and long rest and head straight into battle with an ancient dragon. (Because that’s what heroes do.) Usually you’d find yourself scrambling for substitute miniatures to set out on a hastily placed map, with sometimes mixed and distracting results. But thanks to Skinny Minis, you can carry an entire library of high-quality, colorful, and durable minis with you to every session—all in your backpack.

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Skinny Minis, currently in the middle of a crowdfunding campaign that blew well past its original goal at over 1000% funded, are durable and affordable alternatives to traditional miniature figures. The die-cut clear acrylic figures are printed with colorful illustrations on both sides, cut out in the shape of the character and scaled to fit 1″ squares. There’s no need to paint these figures! Skinny Minis come in sets that are ready to pop out and enter the game at a moment’s notice, blending in seamlessly with the terrain and traditional minis you already have.

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Skinny Minis are also adaptable, giving you the ability to place a player on a mount or give a mount wings. Sets also include flying stands, spell effects, and dungeon terrain, all with gorgeous art, so you’ll always be ready for all the weird and unpredictable decisions your players might make.

Best of all, these mini sets are highly affordable and even come with a one year warranty. If you get in on the Kickstarter now, you can take advantage of special pricing and figures you won’t find later. Backers receive special Kickstarter-only pricing along with free exclusive minis that go out to all backers. The campaign runs through October 25, 2019, so don’t miss your chance!

Want to see the Skinny Minis in action? Tune in tonight to TBD RPG at 8:30 PM Pacific on our Twitch channel to catch a glimpse of these tiny but durable heroes and villains.

This post is sponsored by Dungeon in a Box.

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HTP Painter’s Corner HORRIFIED: UNIVERSAL MONSTERS

Oct 9 2019

Join Nox Berf in the HTP Painters Corner as he shows you how to paint each of the monster minis featured in Horrified: Universal Monsters from Ravensburger. In this gripping episode, we dive into the depths of terror with the Creature from the Black Lagoon!

This video is made in paid partnership with Ravensburger. Learn more about Horrified: Universal Monsters here.

Make a PATHFINDER Character That Sets Things on Fire

Oct 8 2019

Game Master Jason Bulmahn leads a group of five strangers (Gina DeVivo, Jeremy Steven Walker, Aki, Erika Fermina, and Rachel Seeley) who board a caravan heading to Lastwall, an ancient kingdom watching over the grave of a long-dead menace. Watch Knights of Everflame every Tuesday!

One of the big strengths of Pathfinder is the customization. Characters are built through classes, feats and other options that make each character unique to the player. Pathfinder Second Edition streamlines this process but there are still many excellent options in the core book to make a character different even if it shares traits with other ones. We’re going to start with a popular character archetype and then customize it to make it one of a kind.

Step 1: Create A Concept

The core book lays out many of the available options in a two-page spread in this section of the book. There are six ancestries (like human, elf, and so on) and twelve classes to choose from. Plugging an ancestry and a class together is a good way to start a concept. The character art on the back of the core book looks fun, so we decide to create a Goblin Alchemist.

Step 2: Build Ability Scores

Every one of the six classic abilities scores starts out at 10. Choices in character creation give a character boosts, which are bonuses to an ability and flaws, which are negatives to the ability. Backgrounds and ancestries have built-in boosts and flaws but some GMs may also allow players to take additional voluntary flaws to gain a boost somewhere. Since this is our first character, we’ll stick with everything starting at ten.

Protip: Keeping track of boosts and flaws makes figuring out ability modifiers to dice rolls much easier later!

Step 3: Choose Ancestry

The Goblin ancestry offers a boost to Dexterity, Charisma and a free boost that can be applied anywhere, while we take a flaw in Wisdom. Since Intelligence is the most important ability for being an Alchemist, that’s where our free boost goes.

In addition to ancestry, characters choose a heritage to start customizing their character. The Charhide Goblin seems like the obvious choice for an Alchemist, with its fire resistance and easier ability to stop persistent fire damage.

But here’s where me make our first choice away from the unsuspected. We choose the Irongut Goblin, which gets a resistance to poisons and the ability to eat food others would find disgusting. This helps start painting a picture of our little guy as a scavenger who picks his way through garbage heaps and sewers, eating the stuff he doesn’t save for his alchemical mixes.

Step 4: Choose Background

Backgrounds reflect what the character was before they decided to become an adventurer. Mechanically, they give characters two skill bonuses, a feat and two boosts. We choose the Barkeep background and sketch in a little more of a backstory; our Goblin was kept around by an innkeeper as something like a janitor/garbage disposal.

We use the boosts for Constitution and Intelligence, record his Diplomacy and Alcohol Knowledge skills and his Hobnobber feat which lets him gain information much more quickly. Nobody pays attention to what they say in front of the tavern cleaner, after all.

Step 5: Choose Class

Alchemist isn’t technically a magic class, but we still have to choose a research field and the spell-like formulas we use to creature concoctions. Throwing bombs seems like the kind of things goblins do, so we choose the bomber research field and the Quick Bomber feat which allows him to draw and throw a bomb in one action rather than two.

Step 6: Finalize Ability Scores

After adding up all the boosts and flaws, including 4 free boost we can apply across the board in this our goblin has a high Intelligence, pretty good Intelligence, Constitution and Charisma, average Strength and below average Wisdom. He’s in good shape as an adventurer, even if it’s easier to trick or confuse him. It’s probably the after-effects of sampling so many failed brews.

Step 7: Record Class Details

Our alchemist goes with the following formulas: bottled lightning, alchemist’s fire, elixir of life, silvertongue elixir, snake oil and smokestick. This fits in with the idea that the goblin has spent time mixing up his own brews with leftovers while off the clock and speaks to the alchemist’s versatility in effects.

Step 8: Buy Equipment

Some players really get into shopping with their starting gold while others just want to push into the game. We choose the Alchemist starting pack for simplicity and then add on a cook pot and a few related utensils. Our goblin wants to see what some of the monsters he slays tastes like and will volunteer to be the party cook!

Step 9: Calculate Modifiers

Here’s an area that shows off Pathfinder Second Edition’s efforts at streamlining. Skills and attacks now come in four levels: trained, expert, master and legendary. Each level gives a +2 bonus to the skill or attack. Rather than skill ranks, this lets adjusting and adding up these scores happen much more quickly

Step 10: Finishing Touches

Our goblin seems pretty chaotic and unconcerned with good vs. evil, so we choose a Chaotic Neutral alignment for them. We record equipment Bulk, here points and finally come up with a name!

Ladies and gentlemen, meet Brapp!

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This post is sponsored by Paizo.

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How to Play Bloom Town

Oct 8 2019

Can you help this delightful little town reach its full potential? We’re checking out Bloom Town from Sidekick Games in this episode of How to Play! Each player must lay tiles and arrange the various building styles to maximize bloom points. The player with the most points is proclaimed mayor of Bloom Town!

This video is made in paid partnership with Sidekick Games. Learn more about Bloom Town here.

WATCH: A Chance Meeting | We’re Alive: Frontier | Season 1 Episode 1

Oct 7 2019

In the year 2026, seventeen years after The Outbreak, a band of survivors meet at the edge of the Mississippi line to embark on a journey into the infected Midwest.

WATCH: Horrified: Universal Monsters | Game the Game

Oct 3 2019

Want a primer on the rules? Check out How to Play:

Enter a world of suspense, terror, and otherworldly horror in this heart-pounding episode of Game the Game! Becca is joined by Nox Berf, Havana Mahoney, and Katie Michels to play Horrified: Universal Monsters from Ravensburger. Be amazed as they team together to banish evil from the land, battling classic creatures across various haunted locations. Each monster presents a unique set of challenges that our heroes must overcome, and danger is always lurking in the shadows. Come along, if you dare!

 

This video is made in paid partnership with Ravensburger. Learn more about Horrified: Universal Monsters here: https://amzn.to/2oJFgCN

WATCH: Silence in Heaven | Vampire: The Masquerade – L.A. By Night | Season 3 Epilogue 6

Oct 2 2019

Annabelle undertakes a mission to identify a potential ally for the Anarch Movement.

 

L.A. By Night is a dark tale of personal horror and inhuman conspiracy that sees four vampires doing their best to navigate the macabre affairs and terrifying realities of the night.

WATCH: HTP Painters Corner: Horrified Universal Monsters – Wolf Man

Oct 1 2019

Enter, if you dare, into the HTP Painters Corner! Join Nox Berf as he shows you how to paint each of the monster minis featured in Horrified Universal Monsters from Ravensburger. In this terrifying installment, we’re painting The Wolf Man. So don’t forget your silver paint brush, because things are about to get hairy.

This video is made in paid partnership with Ravensburger. Learn more about Horrified Universal Monsters here: https://amzn.to/2oJFgCN

WATCH: Knights of Everflame: Season 1 Q&A

Oct 1 2019

Join the stellar cast of Pathfinder: Knights of Everflame for a season 1 Q&A! We’ll be answering questions about the show, the players, characters as well as Pathfinder 2e! Plus plenty of behind the scenes stories!

A special thanks to Paizo for sponsoring this video. Get Pathfinder Second Edition here: https://paizo.com/pathfinder

Game Master Jason Bulmahn leads a group of five strangers (Gina DeVivo, Jeremy Steven Walker, Aki, Erika Fermina, and Rachel Seeley) who board a caravan heading to Lastwall, an ancient kingdom watching over the grave of a long-dead menace. Conscripted into the army, they face years of training and service, but as smoke begins to rise from the horizon…

Build a Magical Game Night Around SORCERER CITY

Sep 26 2019

If you’ve ever wondered what job you might have in a world full of wizards, try being the architect of an ever-changing city in the magical Sorcerer City! This innovative game combines both deck building and tile placement as you and two to six of your fellow sorcerers compete to rebuild a city into its best version of itself. But be careful—when you’re trying to outwit your competitors, make sure you don’t outsmart yourself!

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In the sprawling Sorcerer City, you and your opponents will be competing over five rounds, or five “years,” to build up the mystical city and keep it safe from invading monsters. Let Becca Scott show you how to set up the game and How To Play Sorcerer City.

As the round begins, each player places tiles to build their own section of the city simultaneously. While the colors don’t have to necessarily match, the more connected colors, the more points you’ll score. Use the Money, Magic, Influence, and Prestige tracker to count up your score depending on the tiles you placed and the goals you succeeded at, such as connecting tiles of requested colors or connecting shield icons.

Once the building phase is complete, the player with the most influence wins the reward for the year and prestige points to go along with it. Then it’s time to buy more tiles from the market and activate monster and magic cards. Play continues for five rounds total, and the player with the most prestige at the end of the game wins.

Watch Becca and friends play Sorcerer City in this mesmerizing episode of Game the Game.

Thanks to the randomization of tiles and each player’s unique strategy, no two games will ever be the same. And with gorgeous art on the tiles, special attention paid to making the game easy to pack up, and high-quality game components, no stone of Sorcerer City was left unturned to give you a fantastic game experience. Pick up Sorcerer City now to make your next game night magical.

This post was sponsored by Druid City Games.

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WATCH: Sorcerer City | Game the Game

Sep 26 2019

Want a primer on the rules? Check out How to Play:

Get ready to summon all of your magical world building powers, because in this episode of Game the Game we’re playing Sorcerer City from Skybound! Join Becca, James Hudson and Madison Smith as they play powerful sorcerers competing to create the most prestigious city. This deck-building and tile-laying strategy game will put their skills to the test as they encounter the perilous dangers that may lurk in Sorcerer City.

This video is made in paid partnership with Skybound Games. Learn more about Sorcerer City here: http://bit.ly/SorcererC

WATCH: Witching Time | Vampire: The Masquerade – L.A. By Night | Season 3 Epilogue 5

Sep 25 2019

Jasper and the Wyrd Sisters unravel occult mysteries.

 

L.A. By Night is a dark tale of personal horror and inhuman conspiracy that sees four vampires doing their best to navigate the macabre affairs and terrifying realities of the night.

 

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