Miniature Games, Tabletop Games

40K Miniature Update Wishlisting

A blog I really like, Convert or Die, recently made a post in which the writer answers this question: If GW where to release just one new kit for each faction to replace an old model or unit which has either been discontinued or which hasn’t aged well, what would it be? I enjoyed the… Continue reading 40K Miniature Update Wishlisting

Blogging, Board Games, Card Games, Miniature Games, Tabletop Games

Top 50 Games of 2019 (50-41)

Welcome to our top 50 games list for 2019, in which I list my personal top 50 games at this point in time.  My choices are not limited to games from this calendar year, but instead, represent my current thoughts on the top 50 games to me.  Next year, some of the games featured may… Continue reading Top 50 Games of 2019 (50-41)

RPGs, Tabletop Games

Bundle(s) of Holding: 13th Age and Your Adventures Therein

Pelgrane Press' 13th Age is a D20-based RPG created by a couple of the lead designers from previous editions of Dungeons & Dragons.  I've played the game once, using a Forgeborn (like D&D's Warforged) Necromancer.  The idea of the character was that as fleshy engineers tinkered with metal and wood to make machines, he tinkered… Continue reading Bundle(s) of Holding: 13th Age and Your Adventures Therein

Board Games, Miniature Games, RPGs, Tabletop Games

5 on Friday 06/12/19

It’s Friday, and here on No Rerolls that means it's time for an all-new 5 on Friday. We're going to start with 5 exciting releases for this week before moving on to our usual digest of some of our favourite articles from the past week. Of course, we’re slow readers, so don’t be surprised if… Continue reading 5 on Friday 06/12/19

Miniature Games, Painting and Modeling, Tabletop Games

A Weekend’s Building

This weekend, I spent much of my time putting together some MDF buildings and accessories from TTCombat.  I often sing the praises of TTCombat in the 5 on Friday segments, where I've frequently shared their new releases. The first item I spent some time on was their Yu Pagoda set, along with one of the… Continue reading A Weekend’s Building

RPGs, Tabletop Games

Humble Bundle: Orcus’ 5E Holiday Horde

These 5E bundles from Humble Bundle are becoming a regular feature!  There was one in June and another last December.  There's no real focus to this bundle, but there's a lot of really great content from really good publishers like Kobold Press, Frog God Games, and Troll Lord Games. The first tier of this bundle… Continue reading Humble Bundle: Orcus’ 5E Holiday Horde

Board Games, Miniature Games, RPGs, Tabletop Games

5 on Friday 29/11/19

It’s Friday, and here on No Rerolls that means it's time for an all-new 5 on Friday. We're going to start with 5 exciting releases for this week before moving on to our usual digest of some of our favourite articles from the past week. Of course, we’re slow readers, so don’t be surprised if… Continue reading 5 on Friday 29/11/19

RPGs, Tabletop Games

Bundle of Holding: Indie Cornucopia 7

I like it when Bundle of Holding do their Indie Bundles.  They always lead to me finding some cool, new games.  Unlike many of the previous Indie Cornucopia bundles, I'm actually aware of and even own some of these titles!  Let's take a look. The first tier of the bundle costs $12.95 and gets you… Continue reading Bundle of Holding: Indie Cornucopia 7

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: Ten Candles

Ten Candles is a game I have been vaguely aware of for some time.  I knew that it was vaguely horror-based and that it was played with, yes, ten candles.  Beyond that, the first thing that kept popping into my head was actually the John Hughes movie, Sixteen Candles, starring Molly Ringwald.  It's a pretty… Continue reading Review: Ten Candles