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The Guild Plays D&D Tonight

Posted in Dungeons and Dragons with tags , , , on April 16, 2020 by boccobsblog


This is such an amazing event as it combines two of my favorite nerdy loves D&D and Felicia Day. She and the gang from the Guild are getting together to play Dungeons and Dragons for charity. According to her Facebook post:

Next THURSDAY 7-10pm PST, April 16th, The Guild is getting back together to play some D&D! Amy Vorphal will be DMing for us, as we play our characters in D&D! Should be fun, we’re raising money for No Kid Hungry, a great charity that is feeding kids who have no other way to eat during this very trying time. Come watch and support! And Share if you like this idea!

No Kid Hungry

So if you’re looking for something to do tonight, check out this live-play D&D game!

Guild Swag!
The Guild Megaset
You’re Never Weird on the Internet
Embrace Your Weird

Sorry for the ads, but I have to keep Taco Bell in business:

Munchkin: The Guild

Posted in Product Review, Uncategorized with tags , , , , , , on August 27, 2012 by boccobsblog


Fans of the Guild will be happy to hear that Steve Jackson Games has released a Guild expansion for the wildly popular card game, Munchkin. The folks at SJG were handing out free promo cards at Gen Con and the art (by Len Peralta) looks awesome.

Order your copy here

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Felicia Day- Dragon Age Redemption & The Guild season five

Posted in Gaming News with tags , , , , on March 4, 2011 by boccobsblog


pic via Felicia Day’s blog


Felicia Day recently appeared on Late Night with Jimmy Fallon to talk about her newest project, Dragon Age: Redemption. The web series is set in the world of Ferelden and will run six episodes starting in the summer of 2011.

Day writes, stars in, and co-produces the series, now in post-production. She plays, Tallis, an elven assassin.

In a USA Today article Felicia said, “Tallis is headstrong, she fights dirty, and she has a really sarcastic sense of humor,” she says. “I wanted to bring a modern sensibility to a fantasy character in a fantasy world.”

In addition to the Dragon Age project, The Guild has been picked up by Microsoft for a fifth season. After reaching one hundred million viewers, it is no big surprise.

It is clear that Day’s career is just starting. I need to log and not turn into a geeky fan-boy over this…


Fallon interview

USA Today article

Felicia’s Blog post

Highlights of Gen Con Indy 2010

Posted in D&D 3.5 e Content, D&D 4e Content, Gaming News, Uncategorized with tags , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , on August 11, 2010 by boccobsblog

Well, Gen Con Indy is over. As always, it was an amazing experience. Where else in the world can you see 28,000 gamers in one place? Where else can you have a deep conversation about kobold battle tactics with a 45-year-old man in a homemade Pikachu costume and have no one judge you? The rest of the world could learn a lot about diversity and tolerance at Gen Con.

Here are some of the highlights:




The attendants of this year’s Gen Con did not disappoint. There were some amazing costumes and everyone I saw was very patient, allowing themselves to be photographed again and again.

Free Demos 

There were more games at GC than you could ever hope to try in four days. We tried some great new games and we will be sure to give each of them a full review in the weeks to come.

The Vendors 

You have to admire people who are willing to spend four days dressed as a luchador, or a pirate, or wear a chicken on their head in hopes of moving their product.

Felicia Day and Wil Wheaton

This was the only part of the con that was a bit sour for me. I had hoped to meet the cast of The Guild, but the line was very long, so I walked up to the rope and took a few pictures. Shortly after I started snapping shots, security approached me and asked that I, “please put my pants back on and step away from the crew”. Well as you can imagine I was outraged, so I pulled my boffer sword and started to kick ass all the while screaming that Wil Wheaton had stolen my prized Degu. Any who…things got a bit intense and I was tazed several times and asked to leave. I didn’t let it ruin my day.

 Wizards of the Coast Displays

WotC had some amazing displays outside the Sagamon Ballroom, where they unveiled both the 4th edition incarnation of Darksun and the Castle Ravenloft Board game. There was a huge 3D red dragon representation of the Essential D&D Starter set that drop on September 7th. Also, there was a life-sized (can there be a life-sized version of a make-believe creature?) Beholder. It stood well over 12 feet tall. It was awesome.

 The World of Darkness Lounge 

White Wolf had an excellent longue set up in the center of the con. The lounge, fully staffed by vampires, offered a bar, live music and an opulent seating area decorated with gothic-style furniture.

All in all it was a great con. There is much more to say and I could go on forever posting pictures, but then I’d wouldn’t get any gaming done. If you attended the con I hope you had as good a time as I did, and if you didn’t get a chance to go, I hope to see you there next year. Enjoy these pictures.







Felicia Day.

Buy my game or I’ll body slam you!

Two web shows every gamer should watch

Posted in D&D 3.5 e Content, D&D 4e Content, Gaming News with tags , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , on August 2, 2010 by boccobsblog

The Guild

The Guild, follows the exploits of a group of online gamers deeply entrenched in WoW-parody MMO. The show’s spot-on depictions of online gamers and hilarious scripts have made the Knights of Good an overnight web sensation. Fans of Dr. Horrible’s Sing Along Blog, will recognize the show’s star and head writer, Felicia Day, along with creator, Sandeep Parikh. The Guild has just started its fourth season (and can be seen here).

The Knights of Good

Legends of Neil

If you’re like me, then you have often wondered what would happen if you got drunk, and auto-erotically asphyxiated yourself with a Nintendo controller all while playing the original Legend of Zelda. Well, my hung over, sticky palmed friends wait no more, because Legends of Neil takes on such deep philosophical issues in the funniest, adult-themed Zelda parody show about an alcoholic gas station attendant on the web. The Legends of Neil can be found (for free) in its entirety on, or by pressing this link.

Both The Guild, and Legends of Neil are completely hilarious, completely free and a great way to spend an hour of your boring workday.

Felicia Day to attend Gen Con Indy

Posted in Gaming News with tags , , , on June 22, 2010 by boccobsblog

As if you needed any more reasons to go to Gen Con Indy, Felicia Day, from The Guild, and Dr. Horrible’s Sing along Blog, will be in attendance on Friday and Saturday of the con. Other cast members joining Felicia will be Jeff Lewis (Vork), Sandeep Parikh (Zaboo), Robin Thorsen (Clara), and Wil Wheaton (Axis of Anarchy guildmaster). The Knights of Good will be signing autographs in the exhibit hall on August 6th and 7th.

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