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PAX Unplugged 2017

Posted by Scott R. Kurtz on November 16, 2017
It’s a brand new board gamey PAX Unplugged in the delightfully chilly Philly. Which calls for a brand new board gamey hoodie to keep us warm!
The Deconstructed Dice Hoodie comes in the minimalist white (available online now) and in the CON EXCLUSIVE NEON! We went high-end with this one. It’s a navy unisex light-weight hoodie with french terry interior and antique nickel zipper and drawcord tips and eyelets. Also, thumbholes!
We’ve got super limited quantities of the con exclusive neon, so be sure to swing by Booth 524 early!
 
Speaking of limited quantities, we’ve only got a few of the officially licensed Garfield Pinny Arca…

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I Can Fix It

Posted on November 10, 2017

Thus begins one of the many odes to Boulder, the short-lived Warforged. A while back, I had a friend (and roommate) who DM'ed for us. This was my first time playing D&D in years, my last experience being a Ranger. Since I knew every DM was different, I decided to play modestly to get a feel for the terrain of our table. Being the humble person I am, I created a monotonous Warforged Warrior named Boulder that sought to better understand mankind by flaying his foes and wearing their flesh. He lived by the metaphor, "Walk a mile in their skin." Boulder could not compute metaphors.

Anywho, one particular outing had our party discovering …

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The Fire Squid

Posted on November 09, 2017

On this eventful night, it was a full party of myself as DM and Cleric, an airheaded Sorceress, a Bard, and our red Dragonborn Barbarian, all of whom were hunting down a powerful necromancer yada yada, that isn't the point. While trying to find said necromancer, our Bard and Barbarian set off to the docks in order to drum up some clues.

The two of them split up to cover more ground, and the Bard did some linguistic gymnastics on the guards and dock workers, while the Barbarian chose to speak with a young urchin.

"Yeah I definitely saw that guy you're talking about, I saw him go down this alley over there. Come on mister, I'll show y…

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