Dungeons & Dragons Encounters: Council of Spiders

SEEK POWER AND SERVE LOLTH (or your own interests)

The new season runs Wednesday August 29 to Wednesday October 17, 2012!

Note: Optional character creation session will take place Saturday, August 25th at 2pm at the Burlington location.

Earn exclusive rewards & prizes and become a player of great Renown!!

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Marvel HeroClix: Chaos War Fast Forces and Boosters

The Chaos King comes to HeroClix as both classic and current heroes fight for the fate of the universe — now, you can bring the action to your tabletop with Chaos War Fast Forces Packs and Sealed Booster Bricks!

Marvel HeroClix Chaos War features over 50 figures to collect including the Fantastic Four, Captain America, and Iron Man, or super rares including Loki, Mr. Sinister, and the Chaos King himself. Add a touch of chaos to your next game with Chaos War packs and boosters now available at Conspiracy Comics!

Dungeons & Dragons: Dungeon Command Packs

Dungeon Command is a head-to-head miniatures skirmish game where players can assemble their warbands, choose their battlefields, and crush their enemies!

Dungeon Command Sting of Lolth and Heart of Cormyr contain a complete warband of heroic adventurers, and both are ready to play right out of the box!

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Advanced Dungeons & Dragons Limited Edition Handbooks

Gary Gygax changed the world of gaming when he introduced the Dungeons & Dragons roleplaying game back in the 1970s. To honour his memory and his work, Wizards of the Coast has released limited-edition, premium-covered reprints of all three First Edition core rulebooks for fans to rediscover.

We’ve got the Advanced Dungeons & Dragons Players Handbook, Masters Guide, and the Monster Manual in stock right now—but only for a limited time. Make sure to check out these classic rereleases while supplies last, and take home the original handbooks that launched the series!

Pathfinder Battles: Champions of Evil Encounter Pack

Heroes beware—Pathfinder Battles: Champions of Evil adds six new miniature figures to the mix for a new level of torment.

The vengeful Evil Cleric and her Zombie minions join forces with the demonic Succubus and the dreaded Red Gargoyle to assault their enemies. Each encounter pack includes a free Dawn of the Scarlet Sun adventure download for even greater action.

Stop by Conspiracy Comics and check out this new encounter pack today!


April marks the start of a new Dungeons & Dragons adventure, taking players beneath the quiet streets of Waterdeep and into a dungeon beset by peril…

With its ready-to-use dungeon detailing over eighty locations, Halls of Undermountain offers an exciting extension for Dungeon Masters participating in the recent D&D Encounters season, The Elder Elemental Eye!

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Conspiracy Comics Boxing Week Sale!

Happy Holidays from all of the staff at Conspiracy Comics!

It’s Christmas Day and that means it’s only one more day before Conspiracy Comics Big Boxing Week Sale!

This year we’ve decided to really ramp it up.

Everything in the store is 10-50% off!  That’s right everything!

That’s not all though.  For every $70 before tax worth of merchandise you buy you’ll receive a mystery GIFT CARD redeemable immediately (at the cash) for $5, $10, $20, $50 or even $100 off your purchase or you could win one of three Anime, Comic or Game Gift Packs with merchandise valued at $120 each!

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Dungeons & Dragons – Play it again for the first time!

Okay – so I can admit that I grew up on D&D.  I’m just north of 40 now and was around when the first D&D modules were released.   That was a cool time – because no one really knew how the game was played and the rules were really simple (no feats, achievements, paragon powers, etc.).  There was elegance to the simplicity of the whole thing.    The first module I remember playing (and I wish I still had it) was B1.  I don’t remember rolling dice – or complicated character sheets.  What I  remember was wondering what was over the next hill or around the next corner.  I remember laughing out loud over some of the exchanges with NPC’s (non-player character controlled be the Dungeon Master).  I remember 10 foot poles and falling down holes and getting lucky and taking out a kobold from  cover with my crappy little sling… Continue reading “Dungeons & Dragons – Play it again for the first time!”