By Jonathan Hicks Please welcome to Farsight Blogger Chris Birch of Modiphius Entertainment, the guys who’ll be bringing us the 3rd Edition of the Mutant Chronicles roleplaying game. Perhaps you’d like to tell us a little bit about yourself? I used to work in music booking tours for bands, then organising big electronic music events […]
A long weekend warrants two podcasts. One for boardgames, and one for RPGs. First of all apologies for the sound quality. Rob, being the intrepid explorer he is, lives in Bulgaria and had to use an Internet cafe to get some connection and the background noise can be a bit overwhelming at times. But I’ve […]
This is a special episode. It’s special because, for the first time ever, we have a guest for the second time. This has happened in the RPG podcast, but not in the boardgame one.
But first things first. Mark, Lorien and myself give you some quick reviews of some games, Start Trek, Cave Evil and others get a mention after we’ve been playing them, and if you needed to know if you want these games or not, you might be interested in what we have to say.
The concept is that five benevolent factions with fancy names all want to mould the city of Waterdeep into their own little version of Utopia, and there’s eleven Lords that you can choose from to lead your own little army of spies.
Eight months on and Thunderstone is still one of the most highly requested games in my house. However, when you play a game that many times its essential that you change it up as often as you can and so that brings me to another Thunderstone Expansion, Wrath of the Elements.