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  1. Will H. says:

    This sounds like a really good one.

    But I think you were trying to be a bit too objective.
    It’s missing that “The thing I like best about this game is …” paragraph.Report

    • Jaybird in reply to Will H. says:

      The thing I like best about the game is interaction is, mostly, not particularly intrusive (well, until the last turn at which point you’d best throw everything you got at your opponents).

      It’s like bowling or golf in that way. You’re mostly playing against yourself (though you have to work around your opponents making choices that will prevent you from making identical choices… so, like, if someone chooses the space that gives them two fighters, you won’t also be able to take those two fighters).

      It’s gentlepersonly.Report

  2. James K says:

    Have you seen the component upgrade that replaces the cubes for adventurers with tiny meeples?Report

  3. Marchmaine says:

    Heading out to San Francisco for my company’s annual conference.

    If any of the fine denizens of SF would like to see a truly exotic specimen for their locale – and by that I mean a real live Benedict Option Catholic – I’m happy to pop for drinks on Mon/Tues/Weds after work (or during, if you have that kind of work) at the Downtown Marriott Marquis.

    nvpastoralguild at embarqmail dot com and we’ll coordinate from there.

    I’m dining at Sons & Daughters on Weds – but am open to suggestions for SF cuisine. (the other events are at MKT and The Grill at St. Regis – but those are workfare).Report

  4. Kimmi says:

    Lords of Waterdeep is fun, but not so much for two people.
    My friend’s “technically not allowed to play” most board games.

    Here’s one of his games:

    I’ll recommend it because, like everything else he touches, it’s gold. (Yes, my friend, so I may be biased. Still, you’ve liked his work).Report