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Crusader Kings


It's good to be the King/Queen. Except, of course, you have a whole kingdom to run. And then there's the assassination attempts, dealing with nosey neighbors invading, bratty heirs, and all other manner of stuff. And that's what you'll be handling in Crusader Kings, now available from Free League Publishing.

It's good to be the king... or so they say. There's a ton of stuff you have to take care of and let's face it, you're going to make a lot of people mad in the process and there's always going to be someone out to get you and take over your kingdom. That's where you'll find yourself in Crusader Kings, a new fantasy board game coming from Free League Publishing this August.

It's very early on Saturday morning. Well, not as early as it was when I first got up (Now: 6am. Woke up: 3am). I'd love to know why, on weekdays, my brain is all, "man, I dun wanna get up!" while on the weekend it's like, "3am, homebear. Be awake now!" Maybe I'm just so excited about D&D today. I guess we can go with that. But while I get ready for all the things I'm gonna do today, I also need to get you your reviews I know you so desperately desire.

Today we have: Go Nuts for Doughnuts, Sushi Go!, Bamboleo, Cry Havoc: Aftermath, Down in Flames: WWII-Guns Blazing, Gaslands, Dinosaur Island, Dr. Beaker, and Crusader Kings.

While nowadays, it seems like everything is moving from the analog world to the digital, there's still items headed the other direction. For example, take Crusader Kings. This computer strategy game is now coming to your gaming tabletops as Crusader Kings The Board Game. Free League Publishing and Paradox Interactive have teamed up to bring this game to life, and you can pledge for their Kickstarter campaign now.
 

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