I put a little work into pitching a game of Spire to my gaming group and you, dear audience, get to be the lucky recipients! Today I present to you a tool to help navigate all the wonderful class options in the game.Continue reading “Flow Chart for Spire Classes”
I’m taking a survey look today at various supplements for Spire: The City Must Fall, an awesome and evocative game from Rowan, Rook, & Deckard. While the core book is bursting with fantastic detail and character potential, the authors have gone on to expand the world in a number of awesome ways and I think I owe it to the world to make sure these are all very well known.Continue reading “Spire Supplement Reviews”
A while ago I took a look at the amazing Spire by Rowan, Rook, and Decard. It’s a book about dark elves living under the oppressive rule of high elves in the vertical city of Spire. The follow-up game Heart is about what lies beneath the city. Spoiler alert: it’s nightmares.Continue reading “Heart Review”
I thought I’d do a bit of a survey look at games today, sampling a bunch that I go back to again and again but have trouble finding people who are up for them. They are incredible games and tons of fun but for some reason they don’t get the love I think they deserve. Consider this my effort to remedy that!
So, like I said last time, Spire is a great RPG that’s been out for a while (since the beginning of this year) but it’s new to me and I’ve fallen pretty quickly. I went over the awesome character options in my previous post but that’s only half the awesomeness awaiting you in Spire.
I’m behind the times here but after hearing about Spire on Character Creation Cast and checking it out, I fell in love enough to get behind the recent Kickstarter. More and more I can’t believe how long this amazing game flew under my radar and so I thought I’d write a belated review in case anyone else out there missed it!