Haste: Excellence In Innovation Finalists, Dragon’s Game Board, Dragon’s Bard, Gencon Tips and More!| Episode 55 |
New caption comic is up, get on it! Our finalists for the Excellence In Innovation Award are: Masterplan, Roll20, Character Distiller, Fantasy Grounds, Lost Tools, Dark Theatre’s Character Folio, and Tabletop Forge. Come to our panel this year for some conversation and to find out who wins the award. We hope to see you at gencon!
Gencon is right around the corner! Will there be shenanigans? Yes. Will there be scary costumes? Yes. Will there be inadvertantly horrifying costumes? Indeed! What horrors might this comic strip imply? Let us know in the comments below!
ENnie voting has wrapped up so thanks for voting for us if you did, we hope to report back from the winners circle in a few weeks, we’re keeping our fingers crossed! We’ve also got a seminar going on at gencon this year with Matt Morton of d20Pro, Gary Teter of Paizo, and John Ryan Lone Wolf software so be sure to check out all the details and drop on by if you can! Otherwise we’ll be recording it all for you to see afterwards!
Tonight we deployed a new feature for Ascendant campaigns, the ability to add custom CSS rules that are applied campaign-wide. In addition, we did an overhaul of much of the HTML on the site to make theming much easier. We’ve added divs, standardized some naming, and generally cleaned things up.
However! This means that if you’ve extensively styled and themed your campaign already, you may have some issues and pages may not look exactly right. We apologize for the inconvenience, but we wanted to make sure that anyone embarking on creating a theme for their campaign would start off on the right foot. Some of the old markup was not as clean as it should have been and we decided now was the best time to fix it.
Warhammer Flavor, Card Game Price
This “Silver Line” game by Fantasy Flight is known for being on the “cheaper” side of their games, or as I like to call it – “affordable”. Granted their best sellers are often not part of these series for whatever reasons, not that they are of lower quality but perhaps because they are just not as full of fiddly bits or necessarily a flagship title. Make no mistake though because I honestly think this is one of the best in the silver series of their games.
Anyway, do any of you guys remember the Space Hulk board game?! You know, the one us war gamers bought back in the day because it was way cheaper than actually buying blisters of Tyranids and Space Marine Teminators? I sure do, I also remember playing the board game only once or twice because I was too young to appreciate such things and just wanted to paint the genestealers and add them to my 40k army. Ah, youth. Anyway, Space Hulk: Death Angel does a pretty great job of replicating that Space Hulk board game experience with cards.