Welcome back! It’s time for another edition of our Dice Masters full set review, this time featuring the just-released Marvel: Civil War set. Myke, Binh, Robert, and newcomer Alex are your panel for this edition, with Shawn popping in and out of the action from time to time.
Now that the inaugural competition season of the Pro Dice Circuit is underway, things are heating up. As such, the organization is accepting applications from stores to host the 2016 State/Provincial Championships! While applying doesn’t guarantee approval, your store certainly won’t host a championship if it does not apply. For more information, visit the following […]
To celebrate and help maintain this spirit of sportsmanship, cooperation, and friendliness, the two leading Dice Masters websites—Dice Anon and The Reserve Pool—periodically award the DA & TRP Dice Masters Fellowship Award to someone who has gone above and beyond to make the Dice Masters community a welcoming one, to nurture the growth of the […]
Wednesday, October 7th is the last day for stores to register to be part of the 2015 PDC Store Championship series. You can register your store for the PDC here. You can also find out more about the Pro Dice Circuit, or PDC for short, by going to prodicecircuit.com.
You’ve had your fun during Rainbow Draft Weekend. Some of you were lucky enough to draft War of Light. A lot of you haven’t. And you have no idea what to do. This is where Dice Anon can help you.
I am getting asked that a lot right now. I get it. Minimal activity at best on the site leads to questions.
As we have one of the biggest sites on the web for Dice Masters, we are going to start focusing on our local scenes a bit to get the game even larger. Being this is my site, I’m going to start with Las Vegas! Come play Saturday night: http://wizkidseventsystem.com/event.php?EVENT_ID=115455 Avatar Comics. 7PM. Come play Dice […]
Alright everyone, it’s finally here. Andrew and I will be updating our progress with the rest of the team throughout.
Preparing for US Nationals was so different from preparing for Magic tournaments, in that we had absolutely no idea what our opponents were going to play. Magic is so established that you always have a general sense of every possible deck you are going to face in a tournament. Nationals was uncharted territory, which meant […]