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TToA Playtest: Vol. I, Chapter 1
  Herewith is the first installment of attempt to document a recent playtest session in its entirety. I'm going to try to keep it narrative, but actual cards titles will be indicated by bold type, and notes on mechanics will be appear in brackets throughout. After the last chapter runs, I'll post a rundown of the positive and negative conclusions we drew from the playtest. If you're not familiar with my game, here's its page on BGG . This first chapter is a bit short, but that's the way it played out. I'm going to document each player's...
 
 
I had a great time at my game group last night - I got drunk and had lots of fun talking to my friends. But unfortunately the gaming side of things sucked.   I bought Fury of Dracula (the GW edition). There were four people playing, including me and I'd played it against all of them before but only in 2-player games. Two of those games had been great, really showcasing the games' strength. But the other player got an abortive 20-minute game in which hew drew an early stake, caught Dracula during the day, won initiative...
 
 
After reading the Tom Vasel thread and posting a list of the crayon rail games, I figured that it would be nice to have a blog post dealing with those.  So here goes.  A crayon rail game is one where you have various loads that have to go to various cities.  You build your track by drawing the rails on the map.  The costs are dependent upon the terrain you are building your track on.  The winner is the person that connects a certain amount of cities and has a certain amount of money (this varies depending on...
 
 
Roaring, the Ork Nob started to run towards the vessel, but his mechanical feet had difficulty holding the terrain and he fell flat on his face once more.  A small retort sounded and Mektoez’d felt a hit that rattled his skull ; just like when Durno and he got into it one time.  His vision went in and out of focus.   “Oooh, dat smart’d,” the Nob muttered to himself.   Holm looked over the scene before him.  Two of the Orks were down, but definitely not...
 
 
  Believe it or not, I can be serious every once in awhile. I've felt pretty strongly for awhile now that our beloved hobby is just a gnat's whisker from going mainstream, and this thought scares me to death.   I think back to some great stuff that I have loved over the years that was ruined when everybody and there brother found out about them and made them the next "thing" (think comic books in the early nineties).  Or the industry itself changed its marketing strategy to appeal to a wider customer base (Metallica circa 1989...
 
 
 
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