Win or Die: The Games of Game of Thrones [Tabletop Gaming Magazine]

Game of Thrones has ended. No matter your feelings about the show, you can read up on the many different tabletop games based on the TV series and novels with my feature in the latest issue of Tabletop Gaming Magazine.

Game of Thrones: Oathbreaker Review [Pixelkin]

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When you play the game of thrones you win or you die, but when you play Game of Thrones: Oathbreaker, everyone has a great time. Game of Thrones: Oathbreaker is a social deduction and bluffing game for large groups of five to eight players that builds upon the successful game mechanics of other social card games. The Game of Thrones theme fits perfectly as players hide their loyalties, accuse their neighbors, and ultimately serve their own personal ambitions.

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Roll20 Review – Ghosts of Saltmarsh

Embark on a series of high seas adventures in this collection of updated classic D&D adventure modules.

A review copy of the module was provided. Read more Roll20 Reviews and watch the video reviews on my YouTube channel.

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Ghosts of Saltmarsh is similar in concept to 2017’s Tales of the Yawning Portal, a collection of seven classic Dungeons & Dragons modules updated and converted to Fifth Edition. Instead of a dungeon-crawling theme, we’re on a boat!

MAJOR SPOILERS – DM’s only!

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DMs Guild Review – Those Lost in Madness

Four new Far Realm-touched subclasses. Why should Warlocks have all the fun?

A review copy of “Those Lost in Madness” was provided by the publisher. Find more DMs Guild Reviews on my website and YouTube channel.

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Designed by:  Milosz Gawecki

Thanks to the magic of Public Domain, eldritch horror has become pervasive in fantasy, sci-fi, and supernatural horror, and Dungeons & Dragons is certainly no exception. In 5e it’s mostly regulated to a single subclass of the Warlock, The Great Old One. “Those Lost in Madness” adds four new Far Realm-themed subclasses for Barbarian, Cleric, Druid, and Rogue.

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