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Hasbro Gaming Stranger Things Dungeons & Dragons Roleplaying Game Starter Set Giveaway

Hasbro Gaming Stranger Things Dungeons & Dragons Roleplaying Game Starter Set Giveaway – Enter to Win Welcome to the The Giveaway Geek, the geek that keeps on giving; I am pleased to announce that I have teamed up with The Unfiltered Gamer, Board Game Reviewer extraordinaire, who does AWESOME review videos on YouTube and cool live streams (Every Wednesday at 730pm Pacific time) on Facebook. We present the Hasbro Gaming Stranger Things Dungeons & Dragons Roleplaying Game Starter Set Giveaway! Enter to win below, good luck! One winner will receive: a Hasbro Gaming Stranger Things Dungeons & Dragons Roleplaying Game Starter Set Prize value is approximately $24.99 USD. This giveaway will end May 25, 2019 at 11:59 PM CST and is open to US Residents Only – Some exclusions may apply. Please make sure you read the official Giveaway Geek†rules before entering.†For any questions, thoughts or feedback†leave a comment using the form at the bottom of this post or use the form on my contact page t

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Gaming Tower & Dragon Dice Set Giveaway

Gaming Tower & Dragon Dice Set Giveaway – Enter to Win Welcome to the The Giveaway Geek, the geek that keeps on giving; I am pleased to announce that I have teamed up with Jennifer Summers, creator of the new Dungeons and Dragons Mystery Box, which is currently live on Kickstarter. We present the Gaming Tower & Dragon Dice Set Giveaway! Enter to win below, good luck! One winner will receive: a “Vault” gaming tower useable as a physical representation of the story tower to be used alongside the game play. Dimensions of the tower is on a 28mm scale approximately 5.2″ x 6″x 14.6. Prize value is approximately $120 USD. One winner will receive: 7 piece set of dragon dice, including a D4, D6, D8, D10, D16, D20 and D100. Prize value is approximately $20 USD. This giveaway will end May 20, 2019 at 11:59 PM CST and is open Worldwide – Some exclusions may apply. Please make sure you read the official Giveaway Geek†rules before entering.†For any questions, thoughts or feedba

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D&D Challenge Day 31 – Where to from here?

Day 31: What other RPGs has this game inspired you to try? Ah the places I’ve been, the things I’ve seen… How do I play thee? Let me count the games… Gamma World Boot Hill Middle Earth Role Playing Pathfinder Dungeon World Star Wars RPG Twighlight 2000 Traveller Savage Worlds Achtung! Cthulhu Out of those, […]

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D&D Challenge Day 26 – To Mini or not to Mini?

Day 26 – Do you prefer miniatures or ‘theatre of the mind’? I can’t play this game without minis. But I respect those who do. We’ve always played D&D with miniature figures, right from the start. Even before Grenadier and Citadel released their first ranges specifically for third game, we were using home-minis on a […]

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D&D Challenge Day 18 – Doing it with Style

Day 18 – What is your preferred DM style – super-prepared or ‘wing it’? I learned how to run a game from reading published adventures, like the Village of Hommlet (I still have it in my collection). These adventures were fully developed and often quite linear (aka rail-roading) – fully drawn up maps with every […]

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The Wasted Time – An Unusual RPG

Imagine you’re a kid in a city on the brink of war. It’s night and you’ve got a gun. You don’t know how to use it, but a couple of meters away, you glance a figure standing in the rain. He’s a criminal, he’s drunk and he has something you need to save the world. What do you do? Do you try to mug him? Will you shoot him? But watch out – he is armed and if you don’t succeed, he will get very angry… For a couple of months, me and K. had the pleasure of participating in what was perhaps the most unusual RPG I’ve played. A friend of ours and one of the members of our D&D group, Barbi Markovic, is an accomplished author. She also grew up in Belgrade in the 1990s during what became to be known as the Yugoslav Wars. Recently, Barbi had the idea to write a book about the world of her childhood and youth. The unusual thing is that in order to explore that world, she decided to make an RPG out of it. We were part of one of the two groups playtesting that RPG. Rules-wise, Barbi used the mechanics of Tales from the L

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D&D Challenge Day 12 – Favourite Trap/Puzzle

Day 12 – What is your favourite trap or puzzle? My players seem to struggle with doors. Basic, common, garden-variety doors. For some reason, these cause the greatest amount of debate on how to proceed. They know there’s something waiting for them on the other side and we go round and round until inevitably someone […]

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