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Described as a cross between Ravenloft, Game of Thrones, and Call of Cthulhu, medieval horror tabletop RPG Shadows of Esteren is heavy - very heavy - on the lore and flavor, light on the mechanics, and perfect for those seeking a story-driven experience.
The best of the tabletop gaming blogs this week: A five year old can beat you, a top 100 list to top all others, and a clever twist on your traditional D&D deviltry.
A few ideas on how to build a deck around each of the new generals in Commander 2015.
Can't quite decide if it's a world book, a campaign setting, a gazetteer, or a player supplement, and just doesn't do anything particularly well.
White Wolf acquires Paradox Interactive, I point you at some board games we don't have time to review ourselves, and you gain the ability to play a giant snail in your dungeon fantasy games.
The gamut of scary game experiences on the tabletop, from anxious terror to the rare tabletop jump scare. It's all about the fear in here.
What decks are still under the radar? We'll break down the ones we think are still viable, but not seeing a lot of play.
What Battle for Zendikar cards are making the most impact in Standard.
Here are some of the biggest games we're looking forward to seeing at Essen/Spiel 2015!
Rules & Rulings is a brand new column here at The Escapist, where I spend some time highlighting the best of the online culture surrounding tabletop games.
A few of our favorite cards from Battle for Zendikar.
This is not just another edition of the game, but a brand new incarnation. It's not that great.
Old-school D&D fans will remember further back than Warner Brothers' recent movie plans: To when TSR touted plans to release a D&D film penned by an Academy Award winning screenwriter.
Ready for the Count to invade your Night's Black Agents campaign? The Dracula Dossier is for you.