Commander Spotlight: Phyrexian Splicer

Sometimes it’s simply fun to be impractical. Here’s the thing about Magic that sometimes gets lost on its players: at the end of the day, it’s still just a game. Games are meant to be enjoyed. Gamers are supposed to...
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Starfinder

Cover Stories: A Home With A View   I am not a fan of the Pathfinder RPG. That is not to say that is not a good game. Quite the opposite: it’s an excellent game. It has a solid engine, widespread...
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Commander Spotlight: Quicksilver Gargantuan

Very few games have had the luxury of an active lifespan that stretches into the decades, and even fewer of them have been able to keep that momentum going by continuing to release expansion after expansion of readily consumed material....
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The Castles of Burgundy – Digital

As interest in board games continues to rise, so too does the interest in exploring new ways of playing those games. One such way is through digital ‘ports’ of those games – translating them PCs, consoles, phones, and tablets. While...
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The Laurels: Best Tactician Games Of 2018

The Cardboard Republic has rolled out the annual Laurels of the Republic awards, celebrating the best new games released in 2018 for each of the gamer archetypes. What follows are the finalists for one of those groups. The greatest moment...
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All About That Base: A Defense Grid Q&A

As part of our March Spotlight on Defense Grid, 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...
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The Laurels: Best Daredevil Games Of 2018

The Cardboard Republic has rolled out the annual Laurels of the Republic awards, celebrating the best new games released in 2018 for each of the gamer archetypes. What follows are the finalists for one of those groups.  Always the penultimate...
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Commander Spotlight: Surge of Strength

Despite an EDH deck consisting of 100 different cards, space has a tendency of running out much quicker than you’d expect. If you’ve ever spent time compiling your own EDH deck, this is one of the first hard lessons you...
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The Laurels: Best Immersionist Games Of 2018

The Cardboard Republic has rolled out the annual Laurels of the Republic awards, celebrating the best new games released in 2018 for each of the gamer archetypes. What follows are the finalists for one of those groups.  From the depths...
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