One of my favorite gaming memories was playing through Metal Gear Solid for the first time and facing down the odd and insane looking Psycho Mantis. The games he played with you, and the unique tactics it took to beat him, were pure genius to me! He was one of my favorite villain’s of allContinue reading “D&D Cross Over: Psycho Mantis”
Last week, during the spoilers and previews, we were introduced to a new type of card coming in Adventures in the Forgotten Realms set for MTG. While theorizing about the different things we may see coming from Magic the Gatherings’ first venture into a Dungeons and Dragons world, I had many thoughts. The dungeon cardsContinue reading “Wizards brings Class to MTG!”
Now first of all, this is a speculation article not a spoiler. I have no new info about the upcoming MTG set, Adventures in the Forgotten Realms. Unfortunately. What we have plenty of here in the Magic Tavern is opinions and speculation. Lots of it. And we’ve had a discussion recently about some possibilities ofContinue reading “Will Orc Tribal Finally Get Its Due in Forgotten Realms?”
Okay, So let’s take a quick minute to talk about the POSSIBLE, yes I said possible, new mechanic in the next main set of Magic: the Gathering. A potential leaked card from Adventures in the Forgotten Realms was released onto Reddit today and… it’s a doozy. We love new mechanics and changing up the game is always fun but this one leaves us all wondering what could it possibly be? Well, I’ve got some ideas!
Somewhere in the sands of Faerun, in a place called Zakhara, the Land of Fate, there stands a monument lost to time. Deep in one of its many deserts, this stone edifice of a sorcerer long dead reaches to the sky; half buried in the sand. If one were to take the time, if thisContinue reading “Tomes of the Seven Deadly Genie”
With a book coming out in May bringing back the feel, flavor and lore of Ravenloft, it gets me thinking of what they could possibly be bringing to the table. We already know that, unlike Curse of Strahd, we’re getting not one but a multitude of varying domains and big bads as well. As IContinue reading “Dread Elementals: Written in Blood”
Bards of this college learned long ago that if you want more people to pay attention and listen, the easiest way to make that happen is to force them to listen. Using their voices or instruments they have learned to perfect the frequencies that they project. These frequencies creep into the mind of those that hear it and slowly chokes out all other thoughts.
As a small town in the rolling hills goes about it’s normal day, people come and go. The smells of bread and forges fills the air and sounds of the market rings through the town. As the people go forward with their day, they all slowly begin to stop and look around. The faint sound of drums and cheers echo over the hills. The town guard runs to the makeshift walls fearing the worst, but are met with colorful tents being put up and ribbons flying in the wind. The people there were dancing and singing and beating their drums.
This week Steps and BDC talk about how Kaldheim has been going for them and some of their favorite decks so far. A little DnD talk and a new segment towards the end called “Away from the table” where the guys talk about something outside of table top games.