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  • Writing fantasy is hard work, and sometimes it's easy to get lost - whether you're a beginner or a pro. These tips will remind you about the most important aspects of fantasy worldbuilding.

    6 Tips for Fantasy Worldbuilding

    6 Tips for Fantasy Worldbuilding

    by Julia Skowronska1

  • Read my review of the game Mystic Vale. I explain what this game is about, how to play, and what makes it GREAT!

    Mystic Vale: The Ultimate Game

    Mystic Vale: The Ultimate Game

    by Jessica Jade Robinson0

  • Want to know the most dangerous Trap cards you'll want to play with or shudder from? Read the following article to discover them.

    Best Yu-Gi-Oh Trap Cards (2017)

    Best Yu-Gi-Oh Trap Cards (2017)

    by Zeron879

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  • I am continuing to create modern buildings for my 21st century modern model railway. Here is my next challenge: the ubiquitous coffee shop. Costa creates some of the best. I hope you enjoy reading.

    Building a Modern Coffee Shop in OO Gauge

    Building a Modern Coffee Shop in OO Gauge

    by Christine and Peter Broster0

  • If your writing ideas have dried up, stop staring at a blank page and try this game. You can play it on your own or as part of a group. It will get you thinking outside the box.

    7-Step Writing Game to Prompt Your Imagination

    7-Step Writing Game to Prompt Your Imagination

    by Beth Eaglescliffe2

  • Getting tired of your favorite deck getting pummeled by the competition? This article describes the methods and habits needed to build a strong Yu-Gi-Oh TCG Deck.

    How to Build a Competitive Yu-Gi-Oh Deck

    How to Build a Competitive Yu-Gi-Oh Deck

    by Zeron8748

  • Truth or Dare is one of the most fun games to play with friends, especially when it comes to the embarrassing dares! If you’re looking for some ideas, you found them!

    250+ Embarrassing Dares for Truth or Dare

    250+ Embarrassing Dares for Truth or Dare

    by Tatiana63

  • One frustrating aspect to amateur gold prospecting is the difficulty refining gold from black sand pay dirt. There are a number of devices around that make the task easier, but for my money, a Miller Table with its regulated slow water flow and attracting surface is the best.

    The Miller Table: Refining Fine Placer Gold

    The Miller Table: Refining Fine Placer Gold

    by John R Wilsdon0

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