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  • The Amazing Sinbad (Glue)!

    By / September 7, 2015 / Jon, Painting Minis, Reviews, Small Jobs 101

    “Ladies and Gentlemen! Step right up and witness the one glue for bonding everything to everything else! Canvas! Cork! Glass! Leather! Metal! Rubber! Stone! Vinyl! Wood! You name it and this product will stick to it! And it will do it in 30 seconds flat! How strong is the bond you ask? Not only will… [read more]

  • Jon’s Gen Con 2015 Recap

    By / August 13, 2015 / Gen Con 2015, Jon

    Wednesday, August 12, 2015 Gen Con 2015 Recap This year’s Gen Con was fantastic (and crowded) as usual! However, it’s been over a week since Gen Con ended, so forgive me if the details have faded a bit. You won’t get all the games played and meals eaten as much as in my Gen Con 2014 Recap. You know… [read more]

  • Atomic Highway – RPG Review

    By / April 23, 2015 / Jon, Reviews, Roleplaying Games

    Riding the Atomic Highway In honor of the impending new Mad Max movie, our regular gaming group played Colin Chapman’s Atomic Highway this evening AND HAD A GREAT TIME! Atomic Highway uses Radioactive Ape Design’s V6 Engine system. The V6 Engine utilizes sets of 7 attributes and 20 skills. When a die roll is called for (and they… [read more]

  • Atomic Robo – RPG Review

    By / March 11, 2015 / Jon, Reviews, Roleplaying Games

    Atomic Robo: Katsumi Reborn About a month ago, we finally got the chance to give Atomic Robo – The Roleplaying Game a whirl. Character Generation To help with character generation, I put together a set of worksheets with examples. You can check them out here: ARRPGchargenWorksheet What we ended up with was: Bongo (Experiment P37) – Sapient Circus Bear… [read more]

  • Jon Smejkal

    By / August 3, 2013 / About, Jon

    It all started with a board game. There were many before it, but this one was Dark Tower. Jon enjoyed Dark Tower quite a bit, so much so, that when his parents were visiting Lake Geneva, Wisconsin, his mother stopped by a little shop named TSR Hobbies. There, she saw display cases filled with little lead figurines… [read more]

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