The incense smoke clears, and the sparks die down. You crawl out from your hiding spot behind the blood stone tablet thinking this stupid argument is over. But then you turn right back around and start putting some wards up, because these spiteful witches brought out the Hexen Stix. It’s gonna get messy. Continue reading
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It’s hot. It’s not just hot, it’s humid. The vinyl seats of your car stick to you, you’re at your driest when you’re in the shower, and did we mention it’s hot? Because we’re not completely sure we’re being as clear as we could be right now: It’s like you’re living in a constant sauna that’s on full blast next to Pompeii as it goes kablooie. Every so often some putz will try to tell you to think of some place colder, as if thinking of the melting ice caps will make you feel less like you’re roasting at two fifty! No, we’re going the opposite route. Way opposite. We’re going to the hottest thing in existence! This is Burn in Hell.
The flowers are dead. The butler has gone missing. The family patriarch has scurvy. Your brother has tried to kill you for your share of the inheritance. Twice. And worst yet, the tea is tepid. Seeing as it’s the Edwardian era, these are just the beginning of your problems!
Playing cards are, traditionally, four suits (Spade, Heart, Diamond, Club) ranging from two to ten with four face cards, plus two jokers per deck. These decks are used from Go Fish to High Stakes Poker… And they are boring as sin, so lets talk about something WAY more fun, colorful, and expensive: Collectible Card Games! This is a triple part exploration of three of the best selling card games on the market, and I took it upon myself to play all of them. Yes, all of them! Let’s begin!