Tag Archives: Brant

GrogHeads Reviews 7 Wonders Mobile Edition

The tabletop favorite packs up on the go for your phone ~

Brant Guillory, 26 January 2018

My love for 7 Wonders is pretty well-documented.  My biggest gripe with it has always been that it’s pain to pull multiple people together for a game session, because the game plays pretty poorly with only two people (and hence the creation of 7 Wonders: Duel).  But if you wanted to play the original as a digital game, without having to drag up three friends, clear a table, and shuffle a bunch of cards, you were stuck.  There was a really crappy, borderline-illegal Game of Thrones/7 Wonders mashup that you could get through the Amazon app store, but that was it.

Until now.

Dragon’ Up The Past – Week 9, Eastern Wanderings and AD&D2E

Just how many editions ago? ~

Brant & Jim, 22 December 2017

Looking ahead to Second Edition, as well as exploring the options for Eastern adventures, and small-press good/bad ideas.

We’ve got plenty more where this one came from – there’s 192 issues still to go!


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Dragon’ Up The Past – Week 8, Strange Things Afoot

What’s the ’80s tie-in to today? ~

Brant & Jim, 15 December 2017

Lots of psionics, literary references to your gaming, an early Ravenloft ad, tracing character sketches, and a nice tie-in to today’s storytelling.

We’ve got plenty more where this one came from – there’s 193 issues still to go!


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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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Dragon’ Up The Past – Week 6, Dueling Commentary

What do we find in an early-80’s issue of Dragon? ~

Brant & Jim, 1 December 2017

The Duelist NPC, some interesting ads, and a bunch of game reviews in the magazine, served with a heaping helping of delightful commentary and nostalgic romps through someone’s childhood.

Don’t worry, there’s plenty more where this one came from – there’s 195 issues still to go!


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