JOIN IRON MIKE AND SHAUN ON STORM 98.5 EVERY SATURDAY FROM 8A-10A!

MARCH 28, 2020

MAKE SURE TO STAY SAFE WITH THE CORONAVIRUS GOING AROUND.  PREPARE, BUT DON’T PANIC.  WASH YOUR HANDS OFTEN, AVOID LARGE GATHERINGS, ORDER DELIVERY TO SUPPORT YOUR FAVORITE LOCAL RESTAURANTS, AND LEAVE ENOUGH SUPPLIES FOR OTHER PEOPLE.  CONTINUE TO PLAY GAMES AND DO WHAT YOU ENJOY IN LIFE WHILE BEING CAUTIOUS.

D&D INN-FIGHTING: 6.5/10

 

D&D Inn-Fighting is an official “Dungeons & Dragons” dice game, where adventurers get into a tavern brawl.  The goal of this game is to get points by knocking out other adventurers, and you can get bystanders and action cards to help you do that.  You roll the dice and choose which attack your adventurer uses (which also indicates which player gets targeted), with bonuses on the D20 for how many D6s show that icon.  Some of the icons can also give you special bonus actions.

Entertainment: 7.5 – This is a fun dice game, where each character has special moves baced on their class and race.  There are a lot of references to spells in the standard tabletop RPG.

Accessibility: 5 – This is what brings the game down, with a complex learning curve.  In addition, the game can be expensive, being sold by Wizards of the Coast for $130 online (though you can find some options for more of a budget with some research).

Style: 7 – The characters have fun art, and the dice themselves are unique.

YOGURT: 7.5/10

Taste: 7.5 – There are so many flavors of yogurt, and many of them taste good.

Game Compatibility: 7 –  As long as you keep the yogurt in the cup, not much of an issue to play games at the same time.

Simplicity: 8 – Easy to pick up at the store, and easy to make also once you know how to do it.

You know you’re a gamer if…you use special equipment to exercise your thumbs for eSports.

Do you have any suggestions for games to play?  What kind of party snacks do you like to have while playing Dungeons & Dragons with friends?  Are you new to the gaming scene, and have any questions?  Send an email to wmrallaboutgames@gmail.com about any of these, or any comments or other feedback you’d like to give.