Eurogamesfest 2/09/06

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Post by TaleSpinner » Thu Aug 31, 2006 2:18 pm

annawid wrote: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:
Aw man,.. I really wanted to play "Moses" ;)

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Post by annawid » Thu Aug 31, 2006 2:37 pm

bsmith wrote:
annawid wrote:And there are no donkeys in Indonesia :p
Well there aren't any donkeys NOW! :lol:
There have never been any donkeys you dill!! some people do eat cow's brains, but so does the French and I think we do it better.
Gosh I'm starving!!!!!

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Post by annawid » Thu Aug 31, 2006 2:39 pm

TaleSpinner wrote:
annawid wrote: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:
Aw man,.. I really wanted to play "Moses" ;)
I wanna be Jesus :D It's not let there be bread, its let there be cakes and creme brulees and Jack Daniels steak and beef noodle soups....

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Post by Mr Skeletor » Thu Aug 31, 2006 2:40 pm

Its not the actual content of the food I was worried about, more the fact it's been sitting in the warmer for a month...

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Post by annawid » Thu Aug 31, 2006 2:46 pm

Mr Skeletor wrote:Its not the actual content of the food I was worried about, more the fact it's been sitting in the warmer for a month...
That's a fridge mate, when you order they take the food and cook it then in front of you. Freshly cooked food, but then I wouldn' mind the Chinese Rest again... :)

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Post by intheclear » Thu Aug 31, 2006 7:56 pm

I'll be bringing my large felt table for the larger games if needed, don't mind staying late as long as their is a game to play 1-2am.
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Post by annawid » Fri Sep 01, 2006 4:15 am

Even till 5am? ;) Frank and I have the expansion Arkham Horror to try out.

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Post by Mr Skeletor » Fri Sep 01, 2006 9:52 am

annawid wrote:Even till 5am? ;) Frank and I have the expansion Arkham Horror to try out.
We do?
How many games are you booked in for? Do you have a time machine or something?

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Post by annawid » Fri Sep 01, 2006 11:54 am

I can game all day all night Frankie. I've planned my day for Saturday. Get up at noon, have lunch(breakfast), gaming from 2-7, hoping for Prophecy and Struggle of Empires. Dinner(lunch) at 7, gaming from 8-whatever time (2,3,4,5am??), Arkham Horror, Blue Moon City, etc. then home to bed. :D
Back and ready to game

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Post by TaleSpinner » Fri Sep 01, 2006 12:01 pm

I'll be there latest at 8pm. Hopefully can get into a game of either Prophecy, Arkham Horror or Warrior Knights by then, but I'm easy with whatever there is to play.

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Post by dougadams » Fri Sep 01, 2006 12:13 pm

Prophecy may have to wait until Dockers next Thursday :(

We'll probably be heading off at 8pm as Janet has a run early next morning. If Janet, Ben and I play Roads & Boats from 2pm, we'll probably finish that around 5-6pm.

Prophecy apparantly takes 3 hours plus (!!), especially if 4+ are playing.

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Post by TaleSpinner » Fri Sep 01, 2006 12:27 pm

dougadams wrote:Prophecy may have to wait until Dockers next Thursday :(

We'll probably be heading off at 8pm as Janet has a run early next morning. If Janet, Ben and I play Roads & Boats from 2pm, we'll probably finish that around 5-6pm.

Prophecy apparantly takes 3 hours plus (!!), especially if 4+ are playing.
Aw man! I was really hoping to play Prophecy. And Dockers isn't convenient for me as I pick up my daughter from creche after work on weekdays.

Sigh, next time then :cry:

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Post by annawid » Fri Sep 01, 2006 3:52 pm

dougadams wrote:Prophecy may have to wait until Dockers next Thursday :(

We'll probably be heading off at 8pm as Janet has a run early next morning. If Janet, Ben and I play Roads & Boats from 2pm, we'll probably finish that around 5-6pm.

Prophecy apparantly takes 3 hours plus (!!), especially if 4+ are playing.
Doug, I've read the rules!!!!! :shock:
Oh well, Frankie, you bringing your new game too??
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Post by Mr Skeletor » Fri Sep 01, 2006 5:50 pm

TaleSpinner wrote:Aw man! I was really hoping to play Prophecy. And Dockers isn't convenient for me as I pick up my daughter from creche after work on weekdays.

Sigh, next time then :cry:
Sacrifice her to the greater gods of gaming. It'll save you money too.

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Post by bsmith » Fri Sep 01, 2006 5:56 pm

Mr Skeletor wrote:Sacrifice her to the greater gods of gaming. It'll save you money too.
I knew you were right wing Frankie but that's bordering on extreme totalitarianism. You love stirring that pot!

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