The Lair of Secrets get a super-science expansion as David and Ken take a look at the new super-sized edition of Expedition to the Barrier Peaks. We also check out the new book You Can Do Anything Magic Skeleton!, talk about work-cations, venture once more into the outdoors, and delve too deeply (or not nearly deep enough) with the drawing/journaling game DELVE.
Trail to Philmont
- Physical Therapy!
Puppy S is coming
- The puppy is a male. His name begins with S. We’ll know more soon!
- A megazine dedicated to our glorious mutant, high-science, post-apocolyptic futue.
- Check out the kickstarter page.
- DELVE is Anna Blackwell’s drawing game of dwarves digging deeply.
- Because the Lair is never deep enough
- Ken’s foray’s into the dungeon:
- First dungeon … killed by a skeleton king and his minions.
- Second dungeon … killed by green meanies.
- Third dungeon … Ken realized he had to stop playing spade cards on the first level. Now he’s on his third level, having defeated two giant worm-things and snuck past a slumbering dragon.
- Remote-er remote work?
Baker’s Dozen Mystery in a Box
- David played the game with his family while on work-cation.
- Check out the “Baker’s Dozen” Mystery in a Box webpage
You Can Do Anything Magic Skeleton!
- Written by Chuck Wendig. Illustrated by Natalie Metzger.
- Check out You Can Do Anything Magic Skeleton on GoodReads.
And you thought The Lair of Secrets was big …
- David looks at the Expedition to the Barrier Peaks 5e conversion by Goodman Games.
- Multiple versions of the classic scifi-meets-fantasy module that show it’s evolution from tournament game to its current incarnation.
Horizon Zero Dawn
- David ventures into a world where you hunt mechanical animal hybrids and try to unravel the secret of past human mistakes in Horizon Zero Dawn (PC)
Dyson Fall Update
- David’s progress on Dyson Fall (Gamma World inspired game)
- Building mutations
- Local game this weekend
- Omega Mart commercials
- If Aperture Science ran a supermarket…
As the Pen Turns
- David is turning more pens on his lathe.
Dead Phone, New Phone
- Meet David’s new phone, acquired after the unexpected, untimely, and tragic death of his old phone.
Meanwhile, in the Printerium…
- David repaired his 3D printer … and there’s a new one on the way.
- Printers printing printers. What could go wrong?
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Artwork from the D&D 5th Edition conversion of Expedition to the Barrier Peaks. Credit: Goodman Games