It’s double the fun this week! Or, more precisely, I just forgot to update our site last week, so…
Anyhow, we have a rather detailed introduction to generating your party in the dnd classic The Temple Of Elemental Evil:
And even more detailed review of many archetypes of Magic: The Gathering’s m15 edition:
This week we decide to be as productive as the hero of our funbuilded game (a rather lazy bum) and so we’re proud to present one of the biggest funbuildings up to this date:
After our W2 interlude, let’s conclude our studies of the Star Wolves series with their final installment, the excellent but, unfortunately, mostly unknown Star Wolves 3: Civil War
This week we have quite a catch – a Wasteland 2 beta funbuilding. If you’re eager to play the game and don’t want to wait two months more, we can fix you up with some nice builds.
This week’s funbuilding isn’t really famous, but is well worth the attention. If you can stomach mediocre translation, that is.
Our tutorial series got on a small hiatus because I’ve had small problems with my voice (as if it could get worse, lol), but now we’re back in full strength and we’ll even compensate for the week missed (in a couple of days, I think). At this time, however, it’s the logical conclusion to our early fallout series dissection, Fallout Tactics: Brotherhood of Steel.
This week’s funbuilding should be pretty predictable as we’re inspecting Fallout 2:
This week on our series is the cult classic, Fallout: A Post-Nuclear Role Playing Game
This week’s update is somewhat late, but as an excuse we have a plethora of videos to offer!
First one is the conclusion of our M&M analysis, the the thorough dissection of eighth part of the series:
The next three (3!) are the singleton addendums to each of the M&M funbuildings, explaining how to play those games with only 1 character in your party- Yes, it’s actually possible, not that hard and quite fun to do.
This week on funbuilding is a logical followup to the previous issue – Might and Magic VII: For Blood and Honor