RogueWatson Review – A Game of Thrones: Hand of the King

Review of A Game of Thrones: Hand of the King, designed by Bruno Cathala, published by Fantasy Flight Games.

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Official Discord Server!

For fans of my YouTube channel, including our weekly D&D live play show, we now have an official Discord server. Multiple chat channels are set up where we can talk tabletop RPGS, board games, video games, and discuss the current D&D campaign.

You’ll also be able to easily look up helpful information surrounding our D&D campaign, such as reschedules, resources for maps, and our house rules.

Patrons also get a special Patron role, as well as access to private Patron-only text and voice channels.

RogueWatson Reviews – Keyforge: Call of the Archons

[I uploaded this last week for Early Access Patrons, then totally forgot to make it public, oops.]

Review of Keyforge: Call of the Archons, by Fantasy Flight Games.

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RogueWatson Reviews – Clank in Space + Apocalypse Expansion

Review of Clank in Space, and the Apocalypse expansion, by Dire Wolf Digital and Renegade Games Studio

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RogueWatson Reviews – Argent: The Consortium

My longest RogueWatson Review yet covers the complex but excellent worker placement game Argent: the Consortium, designed by Trey Chambers and published by Level 99 Games. It originally launched in 2015, but an improved 2nd edition just released earlier this year.

Watch my review below!

1,000 YouTube Subscribers!

A thank you to fans.

I’m proud to announce that I have hit quadruple digits on my YouTube channel this month!

I’m incredibly thankful and humbled by all the fans. YouTube has a dubious reputation when it comes to community but for the most part the comments and live stream chats have been nothing but positive and fun.

I’ve been uploading videos to YouTube for years, beginning with poorly streamed Let’s Plays of video games with cheap mics, bad audio, and choppy video quality. It wasn’t until 2015 when I began recording and streaming our Roll20 RPG sessions that we really began to find an audience.

Some of you have been with us since Storm King’s Thunder began, others with Lost Mine of Phandelver and even a few of you still make reference to our Shadowrun campaign. The in-universe jokes, from the Graham Cracker Crew to zombie Tims to Jake from State Farm always put a smile on my face.

A few of you have been asking how you can support the channel and my work. I’ve been looking into some options and researching what methods work best, whether its Amazon affiliate links, Patreon, Ko-fi, or a YouTube partnership.

Rest assured that I will never gate our primary RPG streams behind any kind of paywall. Any monetary support would be purely optional, and help me produce more higher quality videos at a steady pace, particularly extra content like my DMs Guild Reviews, Roll20 Reviews, and board game reviews.

This whole venture began as a labor of love and an effective creative outlet. It warms my heart to see so many of you enjoying it along with us. We have more exciting things planned for the future, including our next D&D campaign where I return to the DM’s chair.

Thank you so much for subscribing to my humble channel, for leaving positive (or constructive!) comments, and for chatting during our weekly live streams. Here’s to the next 1,000 fans!