The community pulled together, it was hard on a lot of us.
Mechanically, Star Eater is unlike any game I've ever played before, in a strategically rewarding and emotionally punishing way.
All in all, the game has a lot of interactions to think about when strategising, making for a very rewarding experience.
All in all, there's a lot of great stuff out there to get someone further along the path towards joining you at the table.
But 13 Monsters? Oh my does it take a stale old classic, turn it on its head, mutate it and send it off to war!
The point of this was to give you readers an idea what I, a judge in a card game, feel about the shift in events to online.
So, just as with D&D Live earlier in the year, I stepped up for back to back days of broken sleep schedule to bring you the highs and lows of the event.
Baby Dragon Bedtime is, to quote designer Steve Dee, a 'real time deck building game'. It's madness.
All in all, I had a blast even through the lack of sleep.
There's so much more to Arcana Magica than just the art, but wow. Every single card is a pleasure to see.