Check out the updates to Battle for Greyport!
Learn about the updated wording used in some newer RDI decks!
Think twice before shuffling all of your drinks together!
Hey, SlugFans! I’d like to talk a bit about how we template our cards and why it matters. I’ll also talk about an important example from The Red Dragon Inn.
Hi there, everyone! I’m writing this blog post to make sure everyone understands a mechanic that was added relatively recently to The Red Dragon Inn: ending your turn via a card effect.
Jeff talks about a common misconception in RDI.
Thank you! Why are we thanking you? It’s because you guys are so awesome we have to move forward with an early reprint of Red Dragon Inn 3 and another of Red Dragon Inn 1! As part of this reprint, we decided to do a few updates to the rules and card with more clarifications that fix some problems we have come across. You can download the new rules here: Red Dragon Inn 1 Red Dragon Inn 2 Red Dragon Inn 3 Red Dragon Inn 3: Character Rules Card Errata: As we where playtesting for upcoming releases, we ran into a
For this year’s print run of RDI1 and RDI2, we changed the wording on most of the cards. In the vast majority of cases, the reason for this was simply to make all the cards have consistent wording and to more clearly express each card’s original intended function. However, you diehard Slug Fans out there may have noticed that for the new printing of RDI2, we made functional changes to Eve. It’s true; we decided that Eve was badly underpowered and needed some tweaking. First, the changes. For those of you who have an original printing of RDI2, feel free
SlugCrew Newsletter – December 2011 Hello SlugCrew! As we head into the most consumer heavy time of the year we at SlugFest Games just wanted to appreciate you for your hard work over and the volunteered time you have spent with us. Thank you for running demos and events, for helping us out at conventions, and for being positive members of your gaming communities! We would like to encourage any of you to help out your local brick and mortar stores this season by being there on game nights and helping them out by building up excitement about all the
We love Gen Con. We sell a lot of games, meet a lot of people, and generally have fun playing games (our own and others)! Of course, a whole bunch of people played a whole bunch of Red Dragon Inn this summer at Gen Con, including at our (in)famous RDI Doppelganger Tournament. Two rules situations came up which were very interesting, so I thought I should share them here. In both cases, complex situations ended up having “by the book” answers based on the newly revised rulebook and reminder text on the cards. As the main guy who wrote the