After a bit of a delay, the cards are printed and cut, and they look great. The folks at the print shop were very curious when we picked them up, and had apparently read over them and picked out their
The Roach cards are being cut today, so we’ll collate this weekend! That’s good news. Once the cover has been finalized we’ll take it to RPI for a preflight check, then zoom zoom! It’s been a long haul and a
..are being printed and cut today.
A nice essay on Dogs in the Vineyard, with some cool commentary in the reply thread as well. He’s spelling out the sort of stuff you pick up by osmosis usually.
We played the Shab-al-Hiri Roach at NC GameDay on Saturday and it went great with seven players! I had my doubts. I can’t really put it any better than Mr. Eric Provost: “There was so much crazyness you can’t get
OK, I think I fixed it. Now each loss has a specific effect – less wishy-washy.
I’m cutting a Thing You Hold Dear, but they are all so cool in play…there can be only six, My First Love is now permanent and not added later, so something has to go. But what?
A Generation, Kanal, Ashes and Daimonds. I think it’s safe to assume that I ought to see these already.
I had a short playtest of Grey Ranks this weekend that exposed some mechanical problems with die currency. No big deal. It also demonstrated some other problems with traits and the age rule, which will require some more thought. Thanks,
There’s a cherished tradition of swapping ad space in the back of small press games and BPG is going to share the love with some of our best friends and neighbors. Of course we’ll only put in ads for games