So, none of you have ever heard of this, but it's amazing. A dapostar, or dapo, is a eight pointed fabric thing that you can leave at home, pack with you anywhere, and just fidget with to you hearts content. When you spin the dapo it becomes stable, you can toss it in any direction, do fancy tricks, and play pass. With not much practice, I can already pass it behind my back, through my legs, spin it on one finger, and all left handed. It's basically the perfect mashup between a Frisbee and a yo yo, but with friends. There are multiple types for beginners, kids, and pros with fantastic patters and designs. The only issue? They are only sold in Spain. I know massdrop is an awesome community willing to try new things, so please, share this thread, check out the website, and lets get massdrop to bring this quickly expanding trend to the whole world!
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Anyone Else Interested in a Warhammer Quest: Blackstone Fortress Drop? Solo/Co-Op Games Workshop Boxed Game
I'm primarily interested in this for solo play and it looks to have plenty of replayability and a lengthy campaign with legacy elements. It's reportedly lighter than Gloomhaven for solo play, which is appealing to me.
We all know that in order to be able to carry out a complete and rich game, many characters and storylines are often needed. But during the game, sometimes it is necessary to record some skill damage status. In the past, we were only able to record it by paper. On the one hand, it may take more time and paper, which is relatively wasteful. On the other hand, it is not intuitive enough. We need to look at the state we recorded at any time, and sometimes we may ignore what we have recorded it yourself. Now, there has a condition rings, to a certain extent, provides a more visual representation of the current state of the character after the attack.
Condition rings are a simple but effective way of eliminating the confusion and making your battlefield conditions not only easier to manage but helping both players and dungeon master's alike to avoid troublesomely 'I forgot that' moments that break your immersion.
These simple rings can be placed over a miniature to...