What do you call these things? They’re cute, and they’re Panda-themed, and they’re little tabs of paper you can scribble on to organise your notes.
Archives for January 2022
Sherlock is missing. It’s his world, but he’s absent from it, and the PCs must step in and step up.
The supernatural comedy is based on a manga by Imari Arita Shachiku-san wa Youjo Yurei ni Iyasaretai and is published by Square Enix.
NO FUTURE arose out of a love of 1970s punk art, the cover of The Invisibles #1 by Rian Hughes, and of course the writings of H.P. Lovecraft and the games inspired by his work.
Oh, I’ve just clocked to the fact that there’s not one female-presenting character here (who’s to say when it comes to the slime).
There’s lots of energy in the tabletop terrain space right now, lots of competing systems hoping to be the one you invest in to secure your custom for years to come.
I found this 3rd edition copy of Steve Jackson Games’ Knightmare Chess on ebay with an asking price of $335. It was one of a few on auction with similar prices.
In the 26th century, a military group known as Spartans take on an alien empire. Known as the Covenant, the empire poses a threat to humanity and already has control of many planets across the Orion Arm in the Milky Way galaxy.
A good use for Stormtroopers. The struggle is real as these two Imperial warriors struggle to… er, hold back knowledge?
Deaimon, the anime of Rin Asano’s confectionary manga series, has been confirmed for an April release.