Hopefully this information will guide you through your Iconic Masters launch weekend in both your purchase decisions and your draft picks.
I'm proud to say that I was there close to the beginning of the Rule & Make story and it's been an absolute privilege to see them achieve the goals they have in such a short time.
Different and alien enough to be interesting, but familiar enough not to ostracize players and with an interesting dice roll and magic system that lends itself to some truly epic storytelling moments.
I was a lot more organised with my planning for PAX this year. I made sure that my appointments towards the later end of the day involved sitting down, preferably playing a game. So with that in
I caught up with Kim not long after the doors opened Friday morning for a chat and already there was a lot of activity surrounding the Good Games Publishing booth.
If you couldn't attend this year, definitely start making plans to attend next year. PAX Australia is definitely one heck of an adventure for a tabletop gamer.
TL;DR - Do some research before you start filling in hex squares on the map.
There has been a whole bunch of news happening with Magic: The Gathering over the last fortnight and we thought it might be easier if we just put it all in one easy-to-read place for everyone.
The deliberation appears to be whether or not one should attend the event if their focus is purely on the tabletop aspect of gaming with little to no interest in the video game side of things.
So what tabletop gaming do you collect? Why? And what are some tips you can offer others also looking to build (or rebuild) a collection?