Frodo Beutlin and Samwise Gamgee, Tom Sawyer and Huckleberry Finn , Geralt of Rivia and Roach… For a good adventure you need some even better company. But what about us Gwent players?
We have Shupe and it is his time to shine in this blog post
An obituary for a good friend. One of us. Missed but never forgotton. GGGG bids Scorch adieu.
While the merciless war of who is the best Witcher waifu is being waged, Glittering Girly Gwent Gaming takes a closer look at the three ladies’ card backs. Learn why the number of snakes around a staff matters and read our opinion on the design of this most recent vanity addition to Shupe’s stock.
Brace yourselves: Not only Winter, but also a new Witcher Tale is coming! At least we would wish for one. After Thronebreaker for Northern Realms, the second game could be Skellige-themend and Glittery Girly Gwent Gaming got an exclusive preview for it – in fact so exclusive that even CDPR does not know the game exists. (Probably because it does not.)
Nevertheless you can read about it’s features, requirements and story.
The silverware has been polished and sweet sins have been baked: GGGG invited the self-proclaimed Empress of Nilfgaard and CDPR Community Manager Alicja Kozera to a tea party.
We are talking about fashion, the hardships of being the Empress and – of course – about leeks.
About places where you should (not) play GWENT on mobile, horses in outer space, anti-rust-magic and why a being smombie isn’t a good idea with Saovine drawing near.
Read about GWENT metal music, Calanthe’s Parrot and why mobile GWENT is more interesting than an execution – GGGG is looking forward to the Iron Judgment expansion.
In the second episode, we move on to the realms of humans all across the factions.
From the crowns of monarchs to wealthy citizens and pirates: Humans dress to impress!
What if GWENT would not have been released as a card game, but as another genre? Read Poppy’s charmingly weird thoughts about dating simulators, auto-battlers and other genres.
The first part of a series about jewellery in GWENT.
Read more about whether vampires can wear silver amulets, why a wagon’s wheel can be considered an amulet, and whether the legends of dragons’ mythical hoards are true.