organising games for this saturday 4/11

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organising games for this saturday 4/11

Post by intheclear » Tue Oct 31, 2006 5:31 pm

David, Doug, Carlos are wanting to play Traders of Genoa this sat about 2pm sharp, we are looking for another two players as it is a game that involves trading and would work best with 5, other games for the day are Nautilius and Kethedryal(not sure on spelling)so if you're interested put up a post seeya. David
ps. Will bring elasund will have goa in a couple weeks sorry.


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Post by gregor » Tue Oct 31, 2006 11:59 pm

I'd be into a game of Traders. I think I can get there for 2.

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Post by TaleSpinner » Wed Nov 01, 2006 9:00 am

intheclear wrote:ps. Will bring elasund will have goa in a couple weeks sorry.
Thanks, mate. :)

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Post by bsmith » Wed Nov 01, 2006 9:18 am

Man I love ToG. I would sign up but I've been meaning to play Sword of Rome for such a long time...

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Post by intheclear » Wed Nov 01, 2006 5:14 pm

No problem Gregor, Have you played it before? How much convincing do you need Ben, 3 of us are studying the rules to make sure we get it right, Ive played it once, maybe we may need you're help.
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Post by jttm80 » Thu Nov 02, 2006 12:56 pm

Hey, does anyone have a Bloodbowl team they want to dust off?

I've been reading the LRB 5.0 and I have a sudden urge to bludgeon another team to death.

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Post by bsmith » Thu Nov 02, 2006 1:04 pm

jttm80 wrote:Hey, does anyone have a Bloodbowl team they want to dust off?

I've been reading the LRB 5.0 and I have a sudden urge to bludgeon another team to death.
Cant you people play crap games instead? :smt013 I wanna play BB!

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Post by shawn_low » Thu Nov 02, 2006 1:38 pm

I'm quite happy to play SoR. I think Chee Yan wants to bring Wellington.

Also, I'm tempted to play Descent with Frank.

I am going to bring:

Canal Mania
Viking Fury

and some other light fluffy games just to piss Ben off.

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Post by gregor » Thu Nov 02, 2006 1:41 pm

I've played it 3-4 times and taught it (but not particularly brilliantly). Good game, I love how you can do really clever moves. There is a danger that the negotiations can drag if you're not careful.

I've got it, so I'll review the rules as well. I could even bring my copy, if you want to lighten your load.

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Post by bsmith » Thu Nov 02, 2006 1:48 pm

shawn_low wrote:I'm quite happy to play SoR. I think Chee Yan wants to bring Wellington.

Also, I'm tempted to play Descent with Frank.

I am going to bring:

Canal Mania
Viking Fury

and some other light fluffy games just to piss Ben off.
Chee-Yan wanted to play Wellington tonight I think.

Play your fluffy games, at least then I can play good stuff without looking over the fence at the greener grass!

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Post by intheclear » Sat Nov 04, 2006 12:33 pm

gregor wrote:I've played it 3-4 times and taught it (but not particularly brilliantly). Good game, I love how you can do really clever moves. There is a danger that the negotiations can drag if you're not careful.

I've got it, so I'll review the rules as well. I could even bring my copy, if you want to lighten your load.
I'll bring my copy, it's ok, my sister is going to play as well, so we have 5 players. seeya there.
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