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  1. When Super Dungeon Explore first hit the scene, I almost immediately wanted to start making characters from some of my favorite 16 bit JRPGs. For some reason, my favorite characters in Final Fantasy 6 were always the least central ones, but the chances that Sodapop were going to make a suitable Mog or Umaro mini was pretty low. So, when I saw that a local Blood Bowl commissioner had some Big Foot Minis for sale, I had to jump at the chance to make an Umaro. I only had to adjust the hair a little and it was perfect. For Mog, I started out with a Giri creep from the Super Dungeon Gor
  2. SO! For those of you who are unfamiliar (which will likely be most of you), in Japan there is a tabletop roleplaying game called Meikyuu Kingdom. The name literally translates to "Labyrinth Kingdom" but it's pronounced in English as "Make You Kingdom", which is very appropriate as it's a kingdom simulator/dungeon crawl. You see, the world of Meikyuu Kingdom has been turned into a giant labyrinth. You must carve out a safe place in this vast labyrinth for your citizens, gain new territories, and discover resources as you venture out into the world. There are tons of random tables to pla
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