I’ve been riding the Scaverous train for a long while now, seven months, as far as I can remember. Its had ups and downs, and I have had a lot of fun using him and getting used to the list. This tournament I once again brought Scaverous and Gaspy 3 just to make sure that I never encountered guns. It was the Third of the Brawltimore Series that we run down here every year, and this one went the distance: 20 players, 5 rounds. Lets get to the reports!

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When I first heard that Wizards was going to create a cross-brand product between MTG and D&D, I was curious about what they would do with it. Ravnica, when it was announced, had me pretty excited as it was my absolute favorite MTG setting. Now that I’ve had a chance to actually own it, read it and digest it, I think it may just be the best setting book published. Its simply awesome. Lets take a look at it, shall we?

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I want to talk a little bit about what my ideas and goals for the coming year from both a personal standpoint and what I am going to write on the site this year. Each year I like to do this so I have a bit of a compass for where I am going to go, as well as put into actual words what I likely would just have floating about in my head.

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I’ll be taking a little time off, if you haven’t noticed. I was going to start next week, but this week got way, way out of hand. Anyway, I look forward to writing more articles and talking more shop in the year to come! Have yourselves some Happy Holidays, and a Happy New year!

In this series, I’m talking character idea’s, some that I came up with ages ago, and some that I’ve found through poking at the D&D 5e books looking for cool combos and abilities. I lay them out in fair detail in the hopes that someone else can take up the reigns of these characters. While I would love to, it is highly unlikely that I can play all of them, or even many, before my days expire. 

Today, we have Eias the Penniless, a Human Fighter Monk with but a stick to his name but who is also as deadly as any other warrior wandering the kingdoms. 

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Every week on Thursdays – or as often as I can – I muse on the state of Cryx, the lists I’m building, casters I’m taking problems I encounters and generally everything to do with the Nightmare Empire of Warmachine.  

This week, I went to a tournament over the weekend, and thought I didn’t do good, there were tons of lessons to be learned from the showing. Lets take a look. 

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In this series, I’m talking character idea’s, some that I came up with ages ago, and some that I’ve found through poking at the D&D 5e books looking for cool combos and abilities, and I lay them out so that, hopefully, someone else can take up the reigns of these characters, because it is highly unlikely that I can play all of them, or even many, before my days expire. 

Today, we have Aelowynd, The Sin Hunter, an Elven War Priest/Ranger who hunts those who have wronged her god and her people. 

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