http://tinyurl.com/behef (let me know if that doesn t work!) I should ve mentioned that my username is DangerMouse so that it d be easier to find what I mMessage 1 of 13 , Feb 2, 2006View Sourcehttp://tinyurl.com/behef (let me know if that doesn't work!)
I should've mentioned that my username is "DangerMouse" so that it'd be
easier to find what I'm selling over on BGG.
Feel free to use the BGG system to buy, submit offers, etc. so those fine
gents get their piece of the action.
I'll be adding stuff as time goes on (i.e. as I dig stuff out of my storage
bins and spot stuff that I'll never play in my closet).
>Mark J. Edwards wrote:If you like board games and live in Eastern MA or the surrounding areas
> > Thin the herd. I'm starting to go through my collection and selling
> > the games I know I'll never play. Which is really sad in some cases, but
> > alas there's only so much time in the day. So <SHILL ALERT!!!> if you're
> > in the market for games, old and new, wargames, euros, etc. go check out
> > what I'm selling over on BoardGameGeek.
check out Unity Games -- www.unitygames.org
I'll handle this ... the only danger in space is if we land on the terrible
Planet of the Apes ... wait a minute. Statue of Liberty ... THAT WAS OUR
PLANET! YOU MANIACS! YOU BLEW IT UP! DAMN YOU! DAMN YOU ALL TO HELL! -
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... Hmm, that sounds familiar. After all, if she s not going to play it, then the space it takes up doesn t count, right? ... And to take this thread fullMessage 1 of 13 , Feb 2, 2006View SourceMark Edwards wrote:
> Yeah, it's stuff that I've hidden away from the wife (not in theHmm, that sounds familiar. After all, if she's not going to play it,
> closets), <snip>
then the space it takes up doesn't count, right?
Mark followed up with this about Marracash:
> It's one of those games I play once a year, and forget everything IAnd to take this thread full circle, results like this are precisely
> learned about it in between. For instance in our session on Tuesday night
> the winner (young Bob) wiped the floor with us as he had the only yellow
> shop for far too long and after the game we realized that there were more
> yellow meeples running around (thus more chance for profit) than the other
> colors of meeples. Doh!
what I hope to avoid this year by playing games at least twice. My first
attempt at Mexica, for example, gave me plenty to work with during my
second play a week later in which I surprised everyone (twice!) by
spending extra action points and bringing the round to a close.
The experience with Primordial Soup has proved quite so helpful yet, but
at least now I know to avoid the combination of Substitution and
Struggle for Survival.
W. Eric Martin - TwoWriters.net
"And neither mathematics nor death ever makes a mistake." - Yevgeny Zamyatin