The Antiquities Roadshow

When I first heard words on the street about the Scryings expansion hatching from the old world, I immediately knew I had to brood over an event adopting the newer cards to our older spells family.  As so, I pitched a team trio formula over our Facebook group and finally settled on a mid-january weekend […]

The Argivian University

You might know me as Amye Lucius Lugo, the gentleman archaeologist, part-time adventurer, antiquities connoisseur, preserver of history, restorer of truth but a little less as the devoted teacher. Indeed, I was recently honored to accept the doyen’s position of the archaeology faculty at the well renowned Argivian University. If you’re reading these words, then […]

The Gentleman Archaeologist

I used to be an Archaeologist, but then I caught arthritis in the knees. -Amye Lucius Lugo, Argivian Archaeologist As a 33 years old graduate from Tolarian Academy, I resigned my functions to retire early from field research and adventure into magical places for an occupation more adapted to my condition. A professor at the […]

Long Live the King!

The Crown   On May 29, I had the privilege to host the third edition of Le Roi de La Chope at their new location. The second floor now offers a more spacious and convenient play area than before. We had an impressive attendance of 21 players. Up to this day, it’s the largest Old […]

Équinoxe du Printemps

Half-melted patches of dirty snow unearthing forgotten trash of seasons past.  The few remaining days of winter were finally on their last breath as I settled on my deck choice about a week prior to the event, the second edition of  Le Roi de la Chope. Like spring, I put my efforts into a new […]

There and back again…

It’s been nearly a year since I first shared my thoughts and experiences of Old School Magic on this blog. At this time, I must say that even if I enjoy writing and I do still have a lot of inspiration and ideas, I do not take as much time as I would like to […]