Mar 082014
 

The great glory of Mankind must be reclaimed!

So say the Sentinels of Terra in the newest Space Marines Codex supplement.  This hardcover release contains information on how to build a Sentinels army, a detailed background of the faction telling how they came to be and what they desire, and an array of mission templates designed to recreate famous battles from the Sentinels history.

Also out from the Warhammer 40K universe this weekend is the Imperial Knights Codex.  Collecting valuable information for the reassembled Knight world faction, this Codex contains the history of the Imperial Knights, extended information about the Knight Errant and Paladin suits, and rules for running an Imperial Knight detachment.

A week late due to these aggravating shipping troubles that continue to pop up recently, the Born of the Gods Event Deck is now available!

A mono black deck, the Underworld Herald Event Deck is designed for competitive tournament play.  An entirely built sixty card deck and fifteen card sideboard, Underworld Herald features a combination of Pack Rat, Doom Blade, Xathrid Necromancer, and Desecration Demon, the latter of which is a nearly ten dollar card.

The highly popular storytelling battle game Once Upon a Time, wherein players jockey for control of a fantasy narrative using their imagination and special story beat cards, gains another expansion this weekend in Knightly Tales.  Focusing on Knights and their honorable bravery, this fifty-five card expansion adds additional story and ending cards.

Two great tastes that taste great together, Drinking Quest the Card Game combines roleplaying games and, well, drinking.

A simple card game styled around the mechanics of classic RPGs, Drinking Quest has players choose stat-ed character cards, just like in RPGs, then face off against monsters (decided randomly by the cards, acting as GM).  Beat the monster and you earn life and glory, lose and you must chug, chug, chug!  If you have the most XP by the game’s end, you win.  The losers drink.  So, really everyone comes out alright.

May 102013
 

Our second special Magic the Gathering STANDARD CONSTRUCTED event for Restoration Angel promo cards. The tournament takes place on Saturday May 18th.  We will be starting at 6:00pm, an hour earlier than usual, to fit in all the rounds.

First place will receive a playset of these special, valuable promo cards, plus the regular credit prize support. Other top players will also receive Restoration Angel promos, based on standing. Top players will also receive Silverblade Paladin promos.

A $5 entry fee constructed tournament. Credit will be award based on standing and number of players. Any credit received must be used the night of the tournament, but can be used on any product in the store. We will use type 2 cards and require a minimum of 8 players.

Mar 062013
 

On April 6th (Saturday), Pulp will be holding a special standard constructed event for Restoration Angel promo cards. The event will begin at 7pm.  First place will receive a playset of these special, valuable promo cards, plus the regular credit prize support.  Other top players will also receive Restoration Angel promos, based on standing.

A $5 entry fee constructed tournament. Credit will be award based on standing and number of players. Any credit received must be used the night of the tournament, but can be used on any product in the store. We will use type 2 cards and require a minimum of 8 players.

Aug 032012
 

Hold onto your fez!

It’s had to travel through all of time and space to get here, but the second edition of the Doctor Who roleplaying game from Cubicle Seven has arrived. As opposed to the previous 10th Doctor version, all the materials for this edition feature the 11th Doctor, Amy Pond, Rory, and the rest of the season 5-6 cast. And what are these timey-wimey materials, you ask? That’d be a player’s guide, GM’s guide, adventure book, character sheets, tokens, pre-generated characters from the show, and dice. With all that space junk you can assemble whatever time traveling adventuring your mind can imagine. Whether that’s fighting Weeping Angels, running from Daleks, or showing River Song around the cosmos, you can do so as The Doctor, Amy, Rory, or characters of your own design. Geronimo!!!

Fall in, soldiers!

D-Day Dice is enlisting you to action! A cooperative dice game, D-Day Dice has players building their troops over the course of action. Beginning with a limited number of men, everyone works together, rolling dice, to grow their infantry and resources for battle. Succeed or die trying.

Bummed by the fact that you already on the previous version of Descent now that Fantasy Flight has released a shiny new version? Well, don’t be. Alongside the Descent second edition game, there is also the Descent Conversion Kit. Providing all the necessary materials, this kit allows players to adapt their old game and characters to the new system. Inside the box are hero sheets for every character introduced in the previous game, its expansions, and DungeonQuest, along with fifty monster cards representing the creatures from these previous games. Now the only thing to be bummed about is when a hoard of orcs is storming toward you.

Now fans can experience Wonderland in a way no one has ever experienced before as the Zenoscope comic book from Joe Brusha, Ralph Tedesco, and Raven Gregory comes to life in this exciting, strategy filled game. Experience a vibrant, twisted world, full of surprises!

The board game Wonderland features two separate realms: Earth and Wonderland. The realms are artfully depicted on the double-sided board and switching between them adds a unique twist and an added level of complexity to the game that few other board games offer. Players compete against each other, each player trying to complete specific goals while the other players try to foil their attempts at progressing.

Yarrr, me ratties.

Straight from Germany comes Sewer Pirats, a treasure hunting game where players take on the roles a crew of scallywags comprised of rodents and vermin. Based on how players organize their crew members on board their ships, treasure is collect efficiently or inefficiently. The player with the most booty at the end, wins!

Finally, in preparation for tomorrow night’s 2013 Game Day event (the M13 standard tournament) come the new batch of Event Decks. This time around, they color combos are green/white and red/blue coming with cards like Razorverge Thicket, Green Sun’s Zenith, Thragtusk, Sulfur Falls, and Darkslick Shores.

May 102011
 

Beginning on Tuesday June 7th, Pulp will start running regular standard constructed Magic events.  Jared Wolfe (who’s giant genius brain came up with this idea) has created an event page on the Face of Books, so if you would like to check out the information and let us know if you’re attending you should follow this link.  For those without Facebooks, here is a plagiarized version of Jared’s explanation.

Anyone regardless of skill or experience is welcome!

We will meet from 7 PM to 10 PM Every Tuesday in the month of June.
If for some reason a participant cannot make 1 week a substitute player will be allowed (message me for details).

The format is standard constructed. (M11, Zendikar, and Scars of Mirrodin Block)

There is a $20 dollar entry fee for each player that will cover the entire month of June (only $5 a week)!

Prize payout will be in store credit to be spent on magic related products and will be given out the last week of the month. Everyone is guaranteed 1 booster back from the Scars of Mirrodin Block.

Payout size will completely depend on the amount of players. More players mean larger prizes from top to bottom and if we have enough participation there could be prize support beyond the entry fee (that means invite everyone you know who plays magic)!

If you have any questions or concerns about the League please feel free to send me (addition: Or PULP.  *Wink*) a message and I will get back to you as soon as possible.