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WEGS Old Skool-Shield Use

We’re dropping some down-n-dirty basic shield rules into our WEGS Old Skool Fantasy games at Gary Con this year – and it’s about time! Of course, there…

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Booth 1240 at GenCon 2019 | Map+Events Link

Finding us at GenCon 2019 should be pretty easy this year! We’re practically in the middle of the hall, with a direct line to a main entrance….

Shuffling Horrors!

Innsmouth 32 | Returns Fall 2019

Missed backing Innsmouth 32 this summer?!? That’s ok, because we did not fund. You’ll get one more chance to help bring this game to life…

The Robot Rules

September 30th, 2017

The Robot is one of the twelve survivors in Shuffling Horror: Roswell 51. Two rules define the Robot’s special powers and make it stand apart from the human survivors (it is the only character card with rules noted on it). Since the game’s release this summer, a few players have contacted us regarding these abilities.


Starts With 6 Spoints

Whenever the Robot enters play, it automatically begins with six spoints (survivor points). This even occurs if the Robot is a player’s starting character (starting characters never begin with spoints; the Robot is the only character who breaks this rule). The same applies if the Robot is drawn as a secondary character, it immediately gains six spoints (whereas all other characters only gain three). In this way, the Robot always begins stronger than the humans it protects and serves. The spoints represent the Robot’s superior strength and intellect.

Armor: Use Muscle For Flail Tests

Like most robots in 1950s sci-fi flicks, the Robot is covered with protective plate armor. Similarly, the Robot is not known for its speed (this is the reason the Robot has no SPEED score). The Robot lumbers forward making all of its flail checks (defense rolls) versus its high MUSCLE score (an 8).

And, yes… The Robot can be spored just like all other survivors in Shuffling Horror: Roswell 51. As the rulebook notes, such a demise is treated as if the aliens have altered its programming to destroy all humans…

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Sci Fi Double Feature (Gen Con 2017)

September 9th, 2017

The GameWick Gang had a blast shuffling the horror at Gen Con 2017! It was a non-stop, sci-fi double feature for us as we introduced players to the thrills of our new outer space invasion game, ROSWELL 51, and the classic chills of our shambling zombies in PITTSBURGH 68. Our special evening events had our team of Shufflers running five tables of horror simultaneously! But don’t take our word for it, visit our Shuffling Horror Gallery and see us in action!


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