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Roleplaying and board games reviews, podcasts, videos and interviews

The Wood Element

The Master of Forms Expanded – The Wood Element

The Wood Element for the Master of Forms-class clocks in at 9 pages, 1 page front cover, 1 page SRD, leaving us with 7 pages of content, so let’s take a look! This review was requested to be moved up in my reviewing queue by my patreon supporters. I assume familiarity with the Master of Forms…
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Article – The blight of bad reviewers

By Paco Garcia Jaen One interesting – in the worst possible sense of the word – thing about role players (though this extends to any hobby, of course) is the ability that spans internationally of reviewers ranting about things that we consider to be bad as if they actually are, without taking into account the…
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Review e-Raptor board game components and product range

Table space can be at a premium sometimes and some boards take *a lot* of space. And so do a lot of the meeples, tiles, cards, pawns, tokens… You get the drift. e-Raptor is a Polish company that is doing its best to put a solution to that sort of problems, and some of their…
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The way I write reviews

One of the reasons I started G*M*S Magazine is because I wanted to voice my opinions without having them belittled by people who can’t bear the thought of other people’s opinions. You have met that sort of people before, I am sure.

Please take advantage of me!

By Paco Garcia Jaen I have been doing my website and the podcast for a year and a half now. In this time, nearly hundreds of articles, pieces of news, reviews, adventures and podcasts have been published. All and all, I am very happy with how the website is progressing, and I am happy that…
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