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Guido on Gaming: How your FLGS affects your gaming.

Tweet Hello all, SirGuido back here again. I’ve been absent from for a little bit here lately and I apologize for that, but I’ve been working on losing some weight here lately. As such I started my own blog over at Its sort of a gamer’s take on dieting and losing weight from a very obese person’s(mine) point of view. Check it out if it interests you. Anyway, on to my topic. This past Monday I had the opportunity to help out some new friends of mine. They are opening a new game store in my area called Gateway Games and More. I was there to help them unpack a bunch of new product, get it checked in, and get it put away. … Read entire article »

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Reflection on the recording of Stu’s Ghostbusters Game

Tweet – Link to Stu’s posting of the game   First things first, I’ve listened to a number of real play recordings and unedited this one is more fun to listen to than any of the others. Now I should probably add that I know the people playing somewhat so that makes it even more fun to listen to. Without editing or tweaking, the sound is great and everything is very clear, a testament to Stu’s recording abilities and equipment. This is a great view of a master GM and a group of very talented role players playing a fabulous game and learning a new game system together and having a huge amount of fun. At the time of this writing I’m not entirely sure who all was playing. According to Stu the … Read entire article »

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Jonny Nexus, you are my hero!

Tweet If you’ve been around the RPG hobby for a little bit, you might remember Critical Miss, the Magazine for Dysfunctional Roleplayers. It hasn’t been updated in years, but it was one of the funniest and truly irreverent sites on the RPG hobby to ever grace the interwebs. The mastermind behind Critical Miss was one Jonny Nexus. In 2007, he penned Game Night. Game Night details the adventures of a party of heroes, as role-played by bad roleplayers. I’m only through about one-quarter of the book, but so far, I’ve caught myself laughing out loud several times. A full review will be offered once I’ve finished reading. … Read entire article »

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