Game Review: Don’t Walk in Winter Wood by Clint Krause for Red Moon Medicine Show

Don’t Walk in Winter Wood is a game I’d like to play sitting around a campfire.

Billed as ‘a game of folkloric fear’, it conjures up whispered fears and bolted doors. Set in a purposely vague 17th-18th century village, the defining feature of the setting is woods to the East. This is no ordinary wood- . . . → Read More: Game Review: Don’t Walk in Winter Wood by Clint Krause for Red Moon Medicine Show

Book Review: Baba Yaga: Queen of the Wicked Fens by William C. Pfaff and Escape Velocity Gaming

Baba Yaga. Vecna. Mordenkainen. Bigby. Leomund. Tenser. These names might be familiar to you if you have played 1st edition Dungeons & Dragons at some point (or later versions in some cases). Each name reminds me of hours spent scouring dungeons for rare magical items, scrolls, and enemy spell books. As you too might have . . . → Read More: Book Review: Baba Yaga: Queen of the Wicked Fens by William C. Pfaff and Escape Velocity Gaming

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