Helios

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Loran’s breathing was labored and uneven by the time he placed the final stone in the perimeter row. His face and hair were covered in plaster dust, an ivory coat covering the every surface but for the blotched places where...
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Vox Republica 050: CONNNNNNNN!! Part Two

Episode 050 Length: 33:48 Subscribe to Show Link:   Welcome back to Vox Republica, the Cardboard Republic Podcast! We’re back at posting new episodes every Thursday, and each episode will be about 20 – 30 minutes long. The countdown has...
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Weekly Roundup 7/24/14

Around The Republic Before we really get into the good stuff (GAMES!), a brief note on the Crowdfunding Top Three. Ahem. I’ve decided that just being an awesome project on Kickstarter no longer qualifies games to make it onto the...
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What Not To Do In EDH: Wasting Time

“Lost time is never found again.” When you’re growing up, it seems that everyone almost instinctively latches on to the identity of some person – real or imaginary – whom they focus on as a child with much aplomb. Whether...
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Vox Republica 049: CONNNNNNNN!! Part One

Episode 049 Length: 34:44 Subscribe to Show Link:   Welcome back to Vox Republica, the Cardboard Republic Podcast! We’re back at posting new episodes every Thursday, and each episode will be about 20 – 30 minutes long. The countdown has...
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Praetor

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Hail citizen, and welcome to Segedunum. As you surely saw upon entering camp, the fort’s palisades have gone up in record time, and we have been most diligent on the western patrols. The Caledonians have been quiet of late, yet...
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The Difficulty of Gothic Horror in Gaming

Lit only by the three candles you carry, the shadows in the hallway draw long. Outside your tiny circle of light, there is movement. You cannot tell if it’s the wind playing with a curtain, your candles’ flame playing with...
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What Not To Do In EDH: Abandoning Theme

“I’ll have grounds More relative than this – the play’s the thing Wherein I’ll catch the conscience of the King.” If you know your Shakespeare, you’ll recognize this line from Hamlet, his longest and arguably greatest play about honor, treachery,...
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