Eurogamesfest 2/09/06

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Post by Mr Skeletor » Thu Aug 31, 2006 12:35 pm

Tables are small swuare ones. You'll have to put 2 together.
Not sure about the microwave.

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Post by annawid » Thu Aug 31, 2006 12:37 pm

dougadams wrote:We'll see how we go :)

BTW, are the gaming tables there large? R&B is a bit of a beast.
Also, is there a microwave oven there?
Microwave, tea and coffee.
Will read the rules to Prophecy, only 9 pages.

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Post by Mr Skeletor » Thu Aug 31, 2006 12:37 pm

David - I'll be going so Warrior Knights is on if you still want to play it (and we can drum up a few more people.)

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Post by bsmith » Thu Aug 31, 2006 12:38 pm

dougadams wrote:We'll see how we go :)

BTW, are the gaming tables there large? R&B is a bit of a beast.
Also, is there a microwave oven there?
Dave has one large board he brings along but otherwise they are card-table size. It's possible to put the tables together but not ideal. I can bring along a portable trestle table, it's 760x1800. The length isn't a problem but the width may be. Let me know if that's enough Doug.

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Post by annawid » Thu Aug 31, 2006 12:43 pm

dougadams wrote: Sure thing... Janet wants to play Roads and Boats again so we may bring that along too. Also got Prophecy in the mail yesterday ("Talisman done right", we'll see...) :)
Doug, this is the dungeon crawl Prophecy and not the one where you play Old Testament prophets right? Cos I'm not into that.... :lol:

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Post by annawid » Thu Aug 31, 2006 12:48 pm

Mr Skeletor wrote:David - I'll be going so Warrior Knights is on if you still want to play it (and we can drum up a few more people.)
What about Prophecy Frank, if it's on? Sounds very good.

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Post by Mr Skeletor » Thu Aug 31, 2006 12:53 pm

annawid wrote:
Mr Skeletor wrote:David - I'll be going so Warrior Knights is on if you still want to play it (and we can drum up a few more people.)
What about Prophecy Frank, if it's on? Sounds very good.
I wouldn't mind trying it if it doesnt clash with WK.

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Post by melissa » Thu Aug 31, 2006 12:58 pm

No microwave. Fridge and urns only.

We will have big gaming tables at the museum. Big enough for Roads & Boats, even 8)

The tables at the bridge club are slightly larger than a folding card table. You can put a bunch of them together, especially if you aren't starting till 5ish, after the Bridge game in the big room has finished.

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Post by annawid » Thu Aug 31, 2006 1:08 pm

Oooops maybe no microwave then. :oops: Checked with Ben n he can't remember.
But there's a noodle shop next door, which Frank refuses to try, and a Chinese restaurant nearby with the yummiest mapo tofu.
It's lunch time and I'm starving ......

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Post by bsmith » Thu Aug 31, 2006 1:14 pm

annawid wrote:But there's a noodle shop next door, which Frank refuses to try
I know all-too-well how he feels. Indonesian donkey testicles floating in a durian broth of tofu croutons. :lol:

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Post by dougadams » Thu Aug 31, 2006 1:15 pm

Thanks everyone. I assume we all rock up at 2pm?

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Post by annawid » Thu Aug 31, 2006 1:44 pm

bsmith wrote:
annawid wrote:But there's a noodle shop next door, which Frank refuses to try
I know all-too-well how he feels. Indonesian donkey testicles floating in a durian broth of tofu croutons. :lol:
You are such a drama king. I don't make you eat anything weird. It's a CHINESE noodle shop with normal meats like beef, chicken n pork. And there are no donkeys in Indonesia :p

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Post by bsmith » Thu Aug 31, 2006 1:49 pm

annawid wrote:And there are no donkeys in Indonesia :p
Well there aren't any donkeys NOW! :lol:

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Post by dougadams » Thu Aug 31, 2006 2:00 pm

annawid wrote:
bsmith wrote:
annawid wrote:But there's a noodle shop next door, which Frank refuses to try
I know all-too-well how he feels. Indonesian donkey testicles floating in a durian broth of tofu croutons. :lol:
You are such a drama king. I don't make you eat anything weird. It's a CHINESE noodle shop with normal meats like beef, chicken n pork. And there are no donkeys in Indonesia :p
She's right... the donkeys are in Roads and Boats. I just checked the box, no donkeys in Indonesia... :lol:

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Post by TaleSpinner » Thu Aug 31, 2006 2:07 pm

Thank God I'm eating before I turn up :oops:

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