Blogging, Board Games, Cooking, Learning, Miniature Games, Painting and Modeling, RPGs, Tabletop Games

2020 In Review and Goals for 2021

Let's just start off by saying that we 2020 didn't really go as expected for any of us. This blog is all about celebrating the hobby, so I'm not going to get bogged down in lockdowns, work stuff, and all that, nor the difficulties in not getting to see family or friends. The past few… Continue reading 2020 In Review and Goals for 2021

Blogging, Board Games, Miniature Games, Painting and Modeling, RPGs, Tabletop Games

NoRerolls’ Best Posts of 2019

We're nearly at the end of the year, commonly accepted as a time of reflection.  In that spirit, and following a more general "best of" post last week, let's take a look at some of my favourite posts from this blog over the past year. Each post title will be followed by its featured image… Continue reading NoRerolls’ Best Posts of 2019

Tabletop Games

The Best of 2019 Awards

As we near the end of 2019 a number of blogs have started posting roundups of the year that was. We're no exception, with part 1, part 2, and part 3 of this year's Top 50 List being posted thus far. One post that I really enjoyed reading was Plastic Craic's 2019 roundup. I liked… Continue reading The Best of 2019 Awards

RPGs, Tabletop Games

Should I Run a Convention Game?

Tabletop Scotland 2019 was a fantastic show. It was the first gaming convention I'd been to with a focus on RPGs and board games, as I'd only really been to wargames/miniatures shows before, such as Carronade, Claymore, and the now-defunct Wappinshaw. I've written previously about how much I enjoyed Tabletop Scotland and won't bother retreading… Continue reading Should I Run a Convention Game?

Reviews, RPGs, Tabletop Games

Review: Changeling C5 (fan-made)

The 5th edition of Vampire: The Masquerade brought with it a plethora of changes in rules, tone, and art direction.  Of these, the change in art was the hardest for me to swallow but, having now played a fair of this edition, the style does fit the tone.  I've also gotten used it and no… Continue reading Review: Changeling C5 (fan-made)