The Path of Daggers: Book Eight of the Wheel of Time

All Hail the Queens The Path of Daggers, Robert Jordan’s eighth book in the Wheel of Time saga, sees the world march ever closer to Tarmon Gai’don and the Seanchan resurgent across the southern lands. This is a book demonstrating both kinds of power, that of the sword and words. This book has a lot of the women taking a more prominent role, although Rand certainly has his moments. Elaine and Nynaeve fix the weather, then Travel to Andor to have Elaine start her claim to the throne her mother vacated due to Rahvin. Egwene continues to manipulate her version

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A New Format? It’s Possible.

Hello Magic players. I hope you all had a great weekend, and enjoyed watching the Pro Tour (or were lucky enough to go to GenCon). Today I wanted to take an opportunity to talk about one of the possibilities for the future of Magic: the Gathering, and that is a new format. There are two theories I will cover here so let’s dig in. Magic: the Gathering has several formats for competitive play. It’s oldest (Vintage, originally called Type 1), and second oldest (Standard, originally called Type 2) have been on the extreme ends of accessibility during the game’s 25

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Strictly Eternal 101 – Hi, Yesh, My Name ish Eugene

Howdy folks and welcome to another edition of Elder Dragon Mating Habits! Or rather, a little Legacy! I’m your host Joe Dyer and this week we’ve got another midrange monstrosity to throw your eyeballs at. Since the release of from Battlebond, people have been brewing up lists coincidentally based around the Nic Fit shell, and of course we’ve arrived at something that somewhat actually works pretty well. Let’s take a look, shall we? The Core of the Deck At its core, this version of Nic Fit is structured very much like a fair variant, utilizing the deck’s natural ability to cast powerful

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Darkest Dungeon: Turn based RPG done right

Hey look, Kickstarter did something right! Darkest Dungeon, created by Red Hook Studio, is what happens when Kickstarter works. A side scrolling, turn-based Role Playing Game, Darkest Dungeon is far from the norm while still being recognizable as its labels. The game began its development as a personal savings project of two of the developers, but they turned to Kickstarter to continue funding. The game reached and exceeded its target goal and was off to the races. After a brief Early Access period, the game launched originally on PC and Mac and has since found its way onto every major console.

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