Food Stamp Variant!!??!! omg... if only 'twer tru.. Since I work at
the Agency who funds it!
Well, my motive is that I've been trying to get members of my family
into this game, and I get no nibbles on my bait. Even buttered
popcorn won't convince 'em (the real stuff, not the cardboard tasting
microwave variety). So, out of selfishness and a strong desire to
get at least some of my money's worth out of the game, I was hoping
to find Settlers fans at Pennsic... But, I'm not sure Pennsic people
are into it ... at Pennsic anyway.
I've never played cities and knights, only the original Settlers game.
--- In email@example.com, Daniel Adler <dadler@h...> wrote:
> What's "period appropriate"? You mean, more in line with the
> accepted time period of the SCA? Or, a similar game that was
> played in period?
> If the second instance, then, no, I can't think of such a game -
> games weren't usually "that" complicated (though you ever take a
> Rithmomachy? Mighty complex....). But if the first, then several
> of Settlers are period appropriate; I prefer the Cities and Knights
> but there's others, like "Settlers of Canaan", "Settlers of the
> etc. There are websites with lots of more esoteric variants, too,
> non-period-appropriate, but too funny not to mention: The Food
> variant, the Cold War variant, the Strip Settlers variant....
(kidding! - I
> think) :+)
> > From: "Dungeon Damsel, elven" <erginartesia@y...>
> > Reply-To: firstname.lastname@example.org
> > Date: Thu, 29 Jul 2004 20:52:19 +0000
> > To: email@example.com
> > Subject: [pennsicgames] "Period" Settlers of Catan?
> > Does anyone know of any 'period' appropriate versions or games
> > similar to Settlers of Catan?
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