Greg B., Jakub P.

We’re continuing our board game glossary here on Dragon’s Demize. For this week’s installment, we’re looking at the term “Amerithrash.” It’s a less common term than “Euro,” which we discussed a few weeks ago, but it’s still used to convey some very particular concepts. Greg and Jakub try to break it down into its components and take a look at what really makes an Amerithrash game. Spoilers: it’s not just about player conflict! Check out the episode for our full analysis.

As for What We’ve Been Playing, we’re very happy to announce that we finally played a game of Teotihuacan with all the correct rules! It’s been an arduous path, but a fun one. Jakub also got to play a quick sushi-themed game called Wasabi and really enjoyed it.

Don’t forget to visit to grab your tickets for WashingCon 2019! Tickets are still available for the discounted price of $50 for an adult weekend pass or $20, so act quickly!

Thank you as always to O Abnormal and Agata Poniatowski for the artwork and Strangelette for the music. If you enjoyed this episode and would like to support Dragon’s Demize, please consider joining us on Patreon. You can also subscribe to us on Twitch, where we stream every Wednesday and Friday. We’re active on FacebookTwitter, Instagram, and Discord, so you can join us on your platform of choice. Finally, our own how to play series, Board Game Bistro, and other videos are available on Youtube.