Here you will find all the news, including the Weekly Evils series:
And this is the archive for all the main content (articles, set reviews, etc):
Intended as a reference for the age-old question “What should i buy next?”, this buying guide goes into much detail about what’s available and what makes sense to get at what point.
In addition to this buying guide, i have a series of Investigator Expansion Reviews which look at the available options through the lens of someone who wants to get their first or second expansion to the Core, determining how well those expansions work for that.
IER: Investigator Starter Decks
IER: The Dunwich Legacy
IER: The Path to Carcosa
IER: The Forgotten Age
IER: The Circle Undone
IER: The Dream-Eaters
IER: The Innsmouth Conspiracy
IER: Edge of the Earth
IER: The Scarlet Keys
This is a series of campaign deep dives that go into detail on everything you might want to know about a campaign. This of course involves heavy spoilers, but covers everything from special campaign mechanics over notable enemies to how much experience is available and how to get it. They also include recommendations for investigators and player cards.
The experience breakdowns from these articles are summed up in this handy page:
This series takes an extended look at the contents of the Return To boxes and evaluates how much they shake up the campaigns. These articles are written in a way that they are also useful for people who don’t want heavy spoilers as it starts with a spoiler-free verdict and then gradually increases in detail.
This is an article series that covers certain player cards that can be included to solve specific problems and challenges. Note: Much of this is reiterated in the Best-Laid Plans articles and therefore redundant if you read those.
Design in Arkham/LotR/Marvel
In this series i look at a particular design aspect of ArkhamLCG and take it apart, meanwhile comparing it to how it works in the related LotRLCG and Marvel Champions.
In 2021 and 2022 i did a ranking of all the scenarios, putting them all into a huge tierlist with commentary. This happened under the umbrella of what used to be “Weekly Evils” and is now called “Irregular Evils”, the blog part of this site.