EGF March 7th

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EGF March 7th

Post by MooseHead » Fri Mar 06, 2009 4:50 pm

Given it is a long weekend, some of you might bring their older children, with the proviso about noise we were given earlier in the year. Some cheerier faces to brighten up the room never goes astray.

b.t.w. Bringing the 11 y.o. if that helps start the ball rolling.
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Post by rjphelan » Sat Mar 07, 2009 6:19 pm

Unfortunately I grabbed someone's sunglasses as I left EGF at 5:30 today, thinking that the pair were mine. It wasn't until I was halfway home that I realized my own pair were in the car.

So, if your sunglasses went missing today, I have them. Just let me know whose they are and I'll figure a way to get them back to you.

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Colloseum: Clarification of rules - we stuffed up.

Post by MooseHead » Sun Mar 08, 2009 1:04 am

I am certain that the the two eventual leading players, who both had "Emporor's Loge" abused this, though it was our collective mistake as we were all learning.

PHASE 4: PRODUCING AN EVENT
In this phase, each player, beginning with the starting player that turn, may now produce an event. There are 3 steps to each event's production.

Step 1: Moving Senators, Consuls and the Emperor

Before producing an event each player will attempt to move the Nobles into her Arena. Each of these Nobles brings with him additional spectators. The Emperor brings 7 additional spectators; the Consuls, 5 each; and the Senators, 3 each.

Noble movement is determined by the roll of one or two special dice. If your arena does not yet have an Emperor's Loge, you roll only one die. Once you have added an Emperor's Loge, you roll two dice.

For each die rolled you must move one of the Nobles in a clockwise direction the specific number of squares indicated on the die. If you roll the 1-3 face of the die, you can move any one Noble either 1,2 or 3 squares forward.

A player rolling two dice may choose to move either two different Nobles - one for each die rolled, or can move one Noble once using the sum of both dice.

If a Noble ends his movement on a resting area the player
earns 1 Emperor Medal (see Emperor Medals page X).

If a player combines two dice to move the same Noble the Emperor Medal is collected only if the Noble finishes his journey on the resting area, not if he merely pauses on one midway through his movement.

It is possible to have multiple Nobles on the same square.

Ref: http://static.colosseumgame.com/lang/en ... les_en.pdf
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Post by redturtle » Sun Mar 08, 2009 11:08 am

I never had a loge 8)
Get a grip!

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Re: Colloseum: Clarification of rules - we stuffed up.

Post by MooseHead » Sun Mar 08, 2009 12:03 pm

MooseHead wrote:....it was our collective mistake as we were all learning.
redturtle wrote:I never had a loge
Maybe it should be a collective grip ?
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Post by intheclear » Tue Mar 10, 2009 7:17 pm

Maybe it was the game explainer???
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Post by westgarthworldwide » Fri Mar 13, 2009 3:07 am

Just the CERTAIN PEOPLE WE ALL KNOW WHO THEY ARE SHAME SHAME cheating as per usual.
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