Tired of flipping back and forth through your copy of Blade of the Iron Throne to reference the game's combat Maneuvers?
This teaching deck provides convenient access to them all - simply select the card you need, and read!
Each one includes the Maneuver’s practical details as well as its core rules page number for quick further reference. Additionally, every deck ships with 3 extra... [cliquer ici pour plus]
Stinky Goblin Stock Art: Knives 1 is a stock art image for use in your personal or commercial role-playing game product, subject to the terms of the license agreement included within these materials. This zip file contains a single page filled with bladed weapon llustrations, which you may crop, color or rearrange as you see fit. All images are presented in 300 dpi resolution.... [cliquer ici pour plus]
The Supernatural Fox
Kitsune-Ken (Fox Fist) is a traditional Japanese hand-gesture game that originated in China. Often played by Samurai, as a drinking game, and Geisha for entertainment, in Kitsune-Ken, a Supernatural Fox (Kitsune) defeats the Village Head (shōya), who defeats the hunter (ryōshi), who defeats the fox.
Fox Becomes Paper
Eventually, Kitsune-Ken made it’s way to Europe and... [cliquer ici pour plus]
We are leaving in the world of VUCA (Volatility, Uncertainty, Complexity, Ambiguity), where processes and products must be adaptive. Leaders of the business functions of the same company, are in charge to deliver different business component through the PDCA cycle. But things not always are working fine across a large company when there are some known anti-patterns related to a siloed structure:... [cliquer ici pour plus]
Set in North Africa during 1940-43 the game is a campaign level card game. It portrays the broad sweep of events and strategic issues surrounding the famous desert battles in a game that is different each time it is played.
The name is a quotation taken from the beginning of episode 8 of the famous 1973 Thames TV series "The World At War".
The game deals with all the complexities of... [cliquer ici pour plus]