Re: [Unity_Games] Missing King of Tokyo Die at UG
- Hi Matt,
I have your King of Tokyo die, along with dozens of other bits. I am also
concerned about the lack of attention paid to picking up bits and checking
the area around the table after the game is over.
Every year Zac Edwards and I look under each and every table and pick up
lots of bits, but this year was a new high as far as number.
I have all of the lost bits (including the 3d Settlers bit), so if you're
missing something please get in touch with me. There are several I cannot
identify, so please be descriptive.
Matt, I can mail you the die and you can reimburse me via Paypal, or I can
try to get it to you - if you let me know gamers you see on a regular
basis, I can see if I can get it to one of them somehow.
On Fri, Feb 8, 2013 at 8:20 PM, Todd Redden <tmredden@...> wrote:
> It's not hard to lose a bit on the floor when playing a game, but those
> dice are HUGE! I've come home missing bits in the past and discovered
> someone put it in the lost&found and I've always got my missing bits
> back (I've even left whole games behind, and have always been able to
> recover them.) I would check with one of the guys. An extra die that big
> should have turned up somewhere.
> - Todd
> On 2/8/2013 7:58 PM, Muttstain wrote:
> > I am really annoyed at the lack of care people take with other
> > people's games at UG.
> > I am playing K o T now for the first time since UG and there is a die
> > missing. This is not the first time I have come away with missing pieces.
> > While I was at the registration table, someone game by with a hex from
> > the Settlers anniversary edition which was on the floor.
> > I will be thinking long and hard about bringing games again next year :(
> > -Matt
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"It was a dark and stormy nightmare." -Neil Gaiman
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