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EN World Pre-Release Review – The Rise of Tiamat by Kobold Press & Wizards of the Coast

Editor-in-Chief | October 23, 2014

Hail and Well Met Gentle Readers!
Another week has sped by, Fellow Gamers, and the weekend draws near – with hopefully many opportunities for you all to have some great gaming fun.
Personally, I’ve got plans to do some in-depth playtesting of the new 5E Dungeons & Dragons this coming weekend.  In fact, just last Sunday, I [...]

EN World Review – Tianxia: Blood, Silk & Jade by Vigilance Press

Editor-in-Chief | September 11, 2014

Greetings and Well Met, Fellow Gamers!
Time really flies when you’re having fun, and this week has zoomed by at a record pace.  This past weekend saw the second session of my new SciFi-Cyberpunk-Space-Opera campaign using the Savage Worlds Deluxe rules, and so far it’s clear the campaign is off to a great start.  The players [...]

EN World Review – Parsantium: City at the Crossroads by Richard Green

Editor-in-Chief | April 24, 2014

Greetings once again, Fellow Gamers!
Sorry if you missed me last week, Gentle Readers… I’m happy to report that I’m back again after a short hiatus.  The festivities of Easter Week coupled with training for my new job position really made for a very busy schedule indeed.  And this new position has me working a graveyard [...]

EN World Review – Achtung! Cthulhu: Keeper’s Guide by Modiphius Entertainment

Editor-in-Chief | February 27, 2014

Happy Thursday to you, Gentle Readers and Fellow Gamers!
So despite February coming to a close, we are still not getting a break from Winter just yet.  Last week’s thaw was just Mother Nature having a go at us with a nasty prank, and arctic cold has descended upon us yet again.
This is the kind of [...]

Adaptation Confrontation: What RPG System Works Best for my Setting?

Editor-in-Chief | February 3, 2014

Where genres are concerned, my first love is and will always be Fantasy.  Swords and sorcery, elves and dwarves, lost ruins and evil gods – I’ve loved it all since my youth.  Heck, it probably stems from the first stories my parents read me as a tyke; after all, aren’t fairy tales, myths, and their [...]