- ... Heheh, who are you kidding JC? You went to GiP with every intention of playing El Caballero. Eddie s answers had nothing to do with the result. Gah.Message 1 of 4 , Oct 5, 2003View SourceAt 05:15 PM 10/5/2003 -0400, J C Lawrence wrote:
>I got in just before noon, finding Roy, Eddie (new to the group), andHeheh, who are you kidding JC? You went to GiP with every intention of
>Larry already present. Eddie confessed himself new to TGOO and Larry
>was having a busy customer day and so begged off playing. Eddie was
>understandably uncertain as tp what he wanted to play, or even what he
>liked in games, so I ran through quick descriptions of various games and
>game mechanics trying to find out what would suit him. He ended up
>picking El Caballero, which none of us had played before.
playing El Caballero. Eddie's answers had nothing to do with the
result. Gah. Nothing worse than a game pusher trying to rationalize their
"Just look at him. Square. The shape of *EVIL*" - Plankton
- ... You re welcome, but you bought Castle from me, not El Caballero. But I own it and like it. For some reason, it s not well liked in UG circles, though ElMessage 2 of 4 , Oct 5, 2003View SourceOn Sunday, Oct 5, 2003, at 17:15 US/Eastern, J C Lawrence wrote:
> I'd already been researching El Caballero on the 'geek before buyingYou're welcome, but you bought Castle from me, not El Caballero. But I
> it from Walter Hunt (thanks Walter!), which had left me with two
> summaries of the game:
own it and like it. For some reason, it's not well liked in UG circles,
though El Grande is very popular.
Walter H. Hunt
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- ... Actually, I don t think there was a Siege Engine out... the card I played was Traitor, which acts like a soldier, but allows you to return something fromMessage 3 of 4 , Oct 6, 2003View Source--- In Unity_Games@yahoogroups.com, J C Lawrence <claw@k...> wrote:
> CastleActually, I don't think there was a Siege Engine out... the card I
> until I realised how powerful a card it was. Tami started lined
> ramparts with Soldiers and kicked back Dave's Siege Engine. Roy
played was Traitor, which acts like a soldier, but allows you to
return something from the courtyard. I returned Lady in Waiting,
which was the only space on the board that would allow Dave to use
the Assassin. He didn't do it, though.
> He gave me a card, and Tami won.Actually, I gave Dave a card back, which prevented him from winning,
and Roy won. That was a mistake; I thought Dave having that card
would allow him to win, or at least get the game back to me, so I
Just don't want to take credit that isn't mine.