Neat Art I Found

I haven’t posted in awhile since my Magic The Gathering Innistrad Campaign is going slowly. Likewise, Junior year has stolen time out of my life. Doing catch-up on some humorous podcasts like “The Adventure Zone” has not helped matters. The hiatus hasn’t killed this blog, it only makes it stronger! These are some pieces from…

Whoa, My Bad

Image credit to Emily Griggs (no relation, she just makes cool stuff) Sooo, I did want to do some more things with this blog in 2016, play around with it and talk about Magic The Gathering, other board games, some extra episodes from previous campaigns. That kind of thing. Well, a certain personal travel blog…

Some MAGICAL Unwritten Events I Want To Recap This Year

So, it’s been a few weeks and I haven’t updated in awhile. I’ve got a solid number of game events that have happened to me, but  I’ve wanted to wait for the right topic to talk about. That perfect story. Some things that didn’t make the cut of posts this year include: ♠ – The…

Roger Caillois: Types of Game Players

So an update after being dark for over two months: This semester I am taking a class in videogames and I’d like to post some responses I do for class on the theory of games. This does not mean I will be switching to talking about videogames now. This first one is in response to…

Table Top Lovecraft With VJ Kopacki

This weekend I sat down with my my friend VJ to talk a little bit more on Role Playing games as a whole. VJ had previously participated in both of the homebrew  Tabletop games mentioned earlier. I asked VJ a little about her history with role-playing games, which ensued into an over 10-minute conversation about…

Scrambling To Scrabble

This week is going to be a bit of a spin-off from the theme of small game groups, as I take a look at a large Dickinson community game event. On Sunday I played a few games of Scrabble in the Rector Science building courtesy of Alpha Phi Omega (facebook event link is here). The…

Diplomacy – A Game About How We Play Games With People

Some board games are more complicated than an innocent one like Candy-land but are worth playing because of their social depth and replay-ability. Diplomacy is one such strategy board game meant for two to seven players. The game is set during WWI, where players take control of one of seven great powers. Players must talk…