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In The Beginning Was The d20. Daniel is a long-time computing geek who spends his days spreading this good word. Interests include painting, medieval swordsmanship, and every conceivable form of game design.


Oct
26
reviewed Leave Open Does Kill Shot-ing a morph during combat prevent damage?
Oct
26
reviewed No Action Needed Are Bishops more valuable than Knights?
Oct
26
reviewed Reviewed Are there Magic cards that counter activated abilities?
Oct
26
reviewed Close How do I promote a board game to the masses?
Oct
24
reviewed Reviewed Ultimate Werewolf Deluxe Edition vs One Night Ultimate Werewolf
Oct
24
reviewed Reopen Whenever someone casts an enchant on one of my creatures, do I control that enchantment?
Oct
24
reviewed Reviewed Why was the banding ability 'removed' from MTG? What was so complicated about it?
Oct
24
reviewed Reviewed What cards can be used to cheat Eldrazi creatures onto the table?
Oct
24
reviewed Reviewed In Monopoly, Is it OK for a third party to make a trade with a player who is about to lose?
Oct
10
reviewed Close Is there any economical game which demonstrates social-democratic economy rather than capitalism?
Oct
10
reviewed Close Predator's Rapport and counters
Oct
8
reviewed Leave Open What makes a cooperative game require multiple players?
Oct
8
reviewed Close How much mana does Radiant Fountain provide when tapped?
Oct
4
reviewed Reviewed Evaluating a Dominion Kingdom set
Oct
4
reviewed Close What happens with Lifelink when a creature's power exceeds its blocker's toughness?
Oct
4
reviewed Reviewed Maximum attainable points for a single player in a two player game of Carcassonne
Oct
4
reviewed Reviewed What cards can be used to cheat Eldrazi creatures onto the table?
Oct
4
reviewed Reject suggested edit on What Is the Preferred Strategy For the US in Axis and Allies? Why?
Oct
4
reviewed Approve suggested edit on bohnanza tag wiki excerpt
Sep
24
reviewed Close Looking for information about the 1957 board game “The Buccaneers”