You might be scratching your head on this one. How can someone update an RPG session that has already played out? Well the simple answer is that I updated the prologue/intro of session. New recording, new audio levels, new tweaks, same story. It might be a touch quicker as well. I wasn’t satisfied with how it originally sounded but was in a rush to get it up. Now it is better.
It isn’t a new file, I just replaced the file on SoundCloud and crossed my fingers that it filtered through to all the other locations that can access it, though it is written out on the “prologue” page.
Hit the jump if you’d like to stream it now!
Continue reading Coriolis Beginning Updated
Where you sit is pretty important in a board game. Now that legacy and campaign games seem to be getting more popular, how do you go about this facet of gaming?
Continue reading But Where Do You Sit?!
I don’t know about you, but I typically think of wine being more on the fancy side of the adult beverages. Doesn’t mean you can’t have fun with them. That’s why NTBG will be doing some events at our local Urban Winery! Not a fan of wine? Don’t worry, they have beer, mead, cider, and non-alcoholic beverages. There are also some food. should you get hungry.
Our first event will be Tuesday, April 17 at 7pm. Be sure to RSVP on the MeetUp if you are planning to attend.
The Kickstarter is coming tomorrow (April 3), and that looks kind of like a monster. I’ve talked about this game before a few times and now it is about ready to go. Might be a great thing to have on the table, let’s hope it ramps up the gameplay a touch from the original expansion.
Be on the lookout for the KS. More pictures and goodies to look at including four expansions (because of course!) will be available at launch. $60 for base game and $130 for everything.
Coriolis: The Third Horizon will feature a revolving cast of characters as the RPG Drama progresses. When jobs are taken, new player characters will appear. And when they are finished, they will wander off and live their own life. They won’t be gone (unless they want to die) and will potentially, and probably, return later.
That said, I will be updating the Coriolis page to reflect the crew aboard The Ransom as well as friendly NPCs that are important and sticking around. Eventually I’ll get the layout and image of The Random itself.
Just a quick update on the RPG, Coriolis, upcoming MeetUp @ Moorenko’s, and that I am planning for more future content. What more could you ask for?
Continue reading Nothing Fancy #06: Getting Back on Track!
The City of Kings is a recent Kickstarter release I just got in the mail. Co-operative game where you adventure to save a city. It is a mighty component heavy game with lots of good bits. Here is quick impressions video after my second play through.
Continue reading The City of Kings, a Quick Impression
This year, I am going to try to remember to post the dates for the monthly events NonTraditional Board Games does at the downtown Silver Spring Library. If you are interested, hit the jump on this posts to see the dates. You can also click Events to be taken to the MeetUp page and sign up there.
Continue reading March 2018 MeetUps
We are all not invulnerable and eventually get sick. That is where I am now and wondering if I should try playing a game while laying down. Obviously you more than likely won’t get any willing participants to play sick games with you but there is still solo play…
Continue reading Board Gaming When Sick?
What is BFGcon? Well it has nothing to do with the game DOOM. It is all about tabletop. Big Frederick Gaming Convention is happening at March 23-25. It is a 3-day convention that is all about the hobby. It takes place in Frederick, MD, and looks to be in line with MAGFest but just board games. They even have someone who is known for making comedic music about gaming doing two concerts.
But wait, there’s more!
Continue reading BFGcon is coming!