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Ashes: Rise of the Phoenixborn


Plaid Hat Games is wasting no time with Ashes: Rise of the Phoenixborn. They just finished the previews for the last pair of decks, and they're moving on to the next. They are the King of Titans and G
All good things must come to an end. And this is the final Ashes: Rise of the Phoenixborn preview... ... that is, until the next couple decks get announced for release. Yes, in this preview, we get a
Bats and Vampires. They just go together. In the upcoming Demons of Darmas deck for Ashes: Rise of the Phoenixborn, Harold is a new vampire that you can play. So, of course, one of the things he can d
Plaid Hat Games continues their Ashes: Rise of the Phoenixborn previews with a look at Sembali's deck. We've seen the vampiric stuff in Harold's, now it's on to the divine counter.... But really, all
Bleh! Bleh! I vant to suck your bluud! Bleh!Ok, so that's kinda campy, but new vampiric cards are making their way to Ashes: Rise of the Phoenixborn. How will these immortals change the game? Read on
Two new decks are coming out soon for Ashes: Rise of the Phoenixborn from Plaid Hat Games. They've given us a look at one of the decks. Now it's time to check out the other. Get yourself a peek at Sem
Two new decks are soon to be hitting shelves for Ashes: Rise of the Phoenixborn. What new options will be made available? What new characters can you play? In this preview, we get a small taste of bot
The Phoenixborn are everything in Ashes: Rise of the Phoenixborn (they're kind of right there in the name), and two new ones will soon be joining the ranks. These new expansions bring a wealth of new
We're just a couple days away from October. That means a whole new set of releases coming soon from Plaid Hat Games. But what, exactly, is coming out? And when will it be available? All your questions
I know it seems like we just got an announcement about new Ashes expansions. And we did. But Plaid Hat Games is also letting people know about some tweaks they've been doing to the rules that will be
The folks over at Plaid Hat Games have been very busy lately. Some of that is because they are under the umbrella of Asmodee now. But some of that is because they've been developing new, deluxe expans
I do greatly appreciate a well-done cosplay (or even not-so-well-done). It's just another aspect of our hobby, really. It takes a lot of time, research, skill, and dedication. Certainly it takes a lot
For those of you Ashes: Rise of the Phoenixborn players out there, I've got some good news for you. There's soon going to be more options available for your decks, as well as potential new opponents,
Waiting to see how a game does when it's released on the market is a smart way to make sure resources are spent appropriately. Such has been the case for Plaid Hat Games and Ashes: Rise of the Phoenix
Hello, and welcome once again to Saturday. Mine so far has been... busy. Wake up, groceries, mechanic, and now here. Birthday party for a friend later (for whom I made a cheesecake last night), and po
And we find ourselves once more deposited here on the weekend. With any luck, yours includes gaming of some kind. Be it CCG, LCG, RPG, Minis, or something else (hey, someone out there might still be p
Did you know that Gen Con is next week? I know. We've not really been talking about it much, so you might've missed the subtle and scattered news stories about it. It's ok. We forgive you.Anyway, Plai
Cosplaying. While some take an unpleasant view of it, I do not. I see it as no less a part of our hobby than taking a lot of time and effort to paint up an entire army of miniatures. It takes a lot of
I often get pre-production copies of games. They come in all types, from really early prototypes that have, literally, duck tape and pieces of cardboard boxes as components, to ones that are about 95%
Plaid Hat Games has announced that they're working on two new games to be released soon. The first, slated for Gen Con, is Ashes: Rise of the Phoenix. This is a hybrid card/dice game, where players pl