Ravnica Weekend Event: Through Krenko’s Way

Ravnica Weekend Event: Through Krenko’s Way

Date : March 9, 2019
On the weekend of 9th to 11th November, dungeon masters around the world (including in Malaysia) ran a special Dungeons & Dragons adventure, Krenko’s Way, at various game shops. This Ravnica Weekend event was intended to promote the first book combining D&D with the Magic:...
Who is Darren Tan?

Who is Darren Tan?

Date : December 25, 2018
I recently had the chance to speak with digital artist Darren Tan, a Malaysian creator who has made it big in the board game and RPG scene. His dynamic and dramatic artwork is seen around the world in games like Star Wars: X-Wing, Star Wars:...
How We Became Roleplayers

How We Became Roleplayers

Date : October 4, 2018
I recently had a chance to talk about the local RPG scene in an interview with CJ Leung for his YouTube channel, Don’t Stop Thinking. As I explained, Malaysian roleplayers are into a lot of RPGs: Dungeons & Dragons, Vampire: the Masquerade, Call of Cthulhu,...
Magic Swords V0.2 by Ben Chong @OneRudeFlowers

Magic Swords V0.2 by Ben Chong @OneRudeFlowers

Date : September 30, 2018
Malaysia’s own Ben Chong has created a very small roleplaying game called Magic Swords. It’s a cutting-edge hack of Grant Howitt’s brilliant microgame, Honey Heist. But instead of playing criminal bears, you take on the roles of enchanted weaponry attempting to escape prison.    ...
Who is Gray Ham?

Who is Gray Ham?

Date : September 20, 2018
Gray Ham is a tabletop and geek community organiser in the Malaysian gaming scene. In addition to managing numerous online pages and groups for tabletop gaming, he has served as Local Coordinator for Malaysia’s Dungeons & Dragons Adventurers League. Gray has been instrumental in building...
Cardgame Review : Pasaraya (2018)

Cardgame Review : Pasaraya (2018)

Date : September 1, 2018
The most important lesson of Pasaraya: Supermarket Manager is that running a supermarket is like solving a fiendishly complicated programming puzzle. I’m not saying that you can actually boil down every business factor into processes and formulas, but that’s just the feeling I get after...
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