Black Friday Sale

Dragon’ Up The Past – Week 7, Life in the 90s

The (relatively) recent 90s era of Dragon ~

Brant & Jim, 8 December 2017

Tank-hunting, Stackpole talks altered reality, magic beans, and a lot of low-level modules, plus dragon kingdoms, The Princess Ark, and colorful photos of minis.

Don’t worry, there’s plenty more where this one came from – there’s 194 issues still to go!


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Gaming Nostalgia – Magazines!

#TBT at GrogHeads!

Ah yes, the “oh crap, I missed one” sale.  These days, you can’t get one of them for $5.


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GMT’s Next War: Poland – First Look!

What’s lurking inside the game about a we-hope-it-remains-hypothetical conflict? ~

Vance Strickland, 6 December 2017

Goodies contained in the latest installment of the Next War series – Poland

What’s Gus Playing? Episode 9

The pummelin’ pocket Pomeranian packs a punch ~

Lloyd Sabin, 4 December 2017

I continue with my Polish campaign…the year is now 1313 and to get to this point I had to trample the Lithuanians and Kievan Rus while playing nice so the Holy Roman Empire wouldn’t do the same to me.

At this point it’s not exactly a two front war as much as it is a battle against two advanced, pissed off enemy powers.

In between, Hungary and Novgorod got all uppity and are trying to wipe me from the face of the earth. At this point it’s not exactly a two front war as much as it is a battle against two advanced, pissed off enemy powers.

The Stainless Steel AI is putting up a good fight, more so on the campaign map than on the tactical map, but I am finding myself being smacked around nonetheless. See some of the below images to find out exactly how I got to this point of questioning my nation’s independence and even it’s existence in the next few turns. If I annoy one more power…that may be the tipping point and then I’ll be fully on the defensive.

Modern-Day Napoleonic Battles & Travels, Part the Fifth

The continuing chronicles of last summer’s wanderings ~

Jim Owczarski, 2 December 2017

On the evening of October 13, 1806, Napoleon I, emperor of the French, made his headquarters here at the site of what is now the Jena Battlefield Museum.

If the displays are to be believed, a recent proprietor was given to dressing up as Napoleon annually and playing at Jena.  I admire this.