What is The Nerdz Garage?
Poolside at The Boardwalk hotel at Disney our son proclaimed he wanted to start website for affordable Manga’s and a place for his Amv’s. After much deliberations and fruity drinks with umbrellas; Nerdz Garage was created.
*spoilers *spoilers To be fair, we must disclose that we are bonafide fans of Quentin Tarantino films. The Nerdz are unified in that; we relished
It has to be said that to food was terrific and that many courses are oodles of food and desert may not be needed. The Chef disagreed. We gently told the waiter the situation, and he looked at us like we had asked him to drown kittens.
Last Week for a new game Monday, we played Sherlock Holmes Consulting Detective: Jack the Ripper & West End Adventures.
We started with the stand-alone adventures, and it is so reminiscent to my childhood FAVORITE, 221 B Baker Street, a choose your own adventure in Olde London.
Do you remember when your kid yelled “Hot Lava” and proceeded to jump from couch to chair to table? Put that feeling into a cooperative game, and you get Fuji the board game.
Weird Trip -One
When the hubby nerd was on the road last year with James Taylor, he experienced the weird and witty on his days off that were very intriguing. Now that he is home (for a bit), he is my tour guide for the eccentric and offbeat ventures.
Spoiler Free Stranger Things We waited nearly 2 years for the new season of Stranger Things, and we tried unyieldingly to not binge it and
My start in D&D turned into a passion and renewed years later.
Nerdz Garage has 2 D&D 5e campaigns running right now that alternate Sunday’s depending on which Dungeon Master is available. They go live each Sunday at 5 oclock, est on Twitch. This week Dylan will be the DM for his continuing Heist campaign, the current arc is ” Water Heist ” using the new seafaring rules from the Ghosts of Salt marsh
I went to my Local Comic Shop yesterday and my guy there said, “ Hey, you might like this trade (paperback) it’s a re release of Frank Millers series, Ronin from the eighties.”
I turns out, I love it.
Last summer at GenCon we meandered towards a room brimming with tables, volunteers and Stonemaier Games. We determined quickly that there were booked sessions to learn, play the various offerings and sold out well before, so circled the room and we were drawn to the game Euphoria, set up for the next group.