What happens when the DM says “F’ it! Be whatever class and race you want to be. You all get one free level adjustment level. But, oh yeah, you all have to be evil“? Hell if I know, but you can find out with Geekspective’s first original production Evil is as Evil Does! Every week until the DM just plain gives up, or the players kill each other, we will be posting audio recordings of actual Dungeons & Dragons play of this great, or possibly horrible, idea.
Why hello. I didn’t see you there. Crimson Vow is here with a bunch of new cards and a bunch of “new” mechanics. What better way to explore the format than to play with an archetype straight from 1993. Join me?
Today on the show Amber chatted with the powerhouse behind Beholder To No One and recent member of the Geekspective Network, Nikki! They sat down on September 2nd and discussed Nikki’s busy schedule with multiple podcasts that she’s playing in,
In this episode, Kristin sits down with game designer and co-founder of Wannabe Games Jess Greyer to discuss their new game The Means of Magick. - Jess tells Kristin about designing games with your partner, the lore (including Fae robots!),
In Filthy Casuals Review, Kenny and Seth play a game where they try to predict how Magic professionals (Marshall Sutcliffe and Luis Scott-Vargas from Limited Resources) will grade all the new cards from the latest set,
It’s time for Amber’s biannual return to the show! This time she has been tantalized by a mysterious wedding invitation… Hmm… But who’s getting married? And to whom? That’s right, it’s Crimson Vow time.
In this episode Kristin sits down with game designer Anthony to discuss their upcoming Kickstarter project For Our Family! - Anthony discusses how their design process for the game has changed in recent years,