One of the many advantages of being a raven is spotting all the pretty (worthless) things everyone seems to leave lying around. Art by Mike Bear.
On occasion, Zot the Wizard will insist that Pooky leaves a Round of Gambling or Ignore a Drink because the master has more wizardly issues to contend with. Art by Kennon James.
Welcome to the first day of Origins! Come by and visit Slug Fest Games at Booth #425! As an extra special present for checking out the blog here’s another piece of Erin the Ever-Changing Artwork: Nature, grant me oaken skin. Shield the mighty heart within!
Erin the Ever-Changing is a shapeshifting druid, and here you get a sample of the forms she likes to take. Besides Elf, can you guess what all three are? Art by Mike Bear.
Curt Covert of Smirk and Dagger finally played Red Dragon Inn and D6 Generation got the admission on tape! You can check out D6 Generation’s podcast, and Curt’s admission in Episode 101.
How to fight in the wild west!
Spieletest, an Austrian board game review site, has just posted a review of the German Edition of The Red Dragon Inn. You can check the review out on their site here. Some of our readers may be scratching their heads over the above bits pic. Back in 2008 SlugFest Games partnered with a Pegasus Spiele to produce
There has been a lot of talk on the blog and at the GAMA Trade Show about a pair of new Red Dragon Inn party members. We are pleased to announce a single character deck expansion for The Red Dragon Inn: The Red Dragon Inn: Allies! You may have heard us mention Erin the Ever-Changing
Mark Leaman of The Maine Gamer and North New England Board Game Geek Meetup wrote a short review of Red Dragon Inn back in October. You can check out the review here. You should check out Mark’s Blog and the Meetup if you get a chance (It’s FREE to attend), as the three Red Dragon