Commander Spotlight: Hold The Line

There is a classic adage that you’ve undoubtedly heard a hundred times by now: the best defense is a good offense. Although the phrase was originally attributed to warfare and military tactics, over the years it has been adapted to...
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Vox Republica 157: Five Years Of Cardboard

Episode 157 Length: 1:15:13 Show Links: RSS | iTunes | Stitcher | Download Episode   Welcome back to Vox Republica, the Cardboard Republic Podcast! We post new episodes every other Thursday, with each episode being about 45 minutes long. Vox...
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The Fun Of Science: A Cytosis Q&A

As part of our November Spotlight on Cytosis, we strive to inform readers of little extra tidbits surrounding the game. Games are made by people, and one of those tidbits we enjoy is learning a little bit more about the people...
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November 2017 Board Game Haul

The next video in our monthly Haul series has been posted! November had BGG Con. And BGG Con had a virtual flea market. So…yeah. Many games made their way home this month. These were some of them.

Commander Spotlight: Ground Assault

No matter how experienced a player is or how long they’ve been playing, it’s inevitable that Magic players develop fondness for specific card types and disdain for others. This could be something straightforward like a named mechanic, but often it...
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Vox Republica 156: BGG Recap & Game Gifts For Non-Gamers

Episode 156 Length: 1:05:40 Show Links: RSS | iTunes | Stitcher | Download Episode   Welcome back to Vox Republica, the Cardboard Republic Podcast! We post new episodes every other Thursday, with each episode being about 45 minutes long. Vox...
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Commander Spotlight: Game Preserve

Variety, they say, is the spice of life. And if that’s the case, Magic: the Gathering is one hell of a zesty game. With nearly a half dozen formally recognized formats, as well as over a dozen fan-made alternatives, as...
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Commander Spotlight: Fervent Charge

There’s an old adage with writing: start with what you know. Not only does this provide a degree of comfort whilst trying to find your own voice, but it also ensures that you’re conveying a sense authenticity, which is paramount...
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