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Well FA:TtiesI went to the trouble of writing this up for BGG, so I figured I'd post it in a blog here.  You guys have probably already heard all about my love of COM since I wrote an early impressions thing, but it's a year later, I'm still playing the hell out of it and loving it so...   A Long Sloppy Love Letter to Clash of Monarchs   This is a review that has been simmering for a long time. I’ve finished about 4...
 
 
    but I don't care.   Really. Train games do nothing for me. Preussische Ostbahn, Age of Steam, 18XX and Stephenson's Rocket leave me cold. And I'm not even talking about Transamerica. All train games I had, I've given away at some point. Most of these games become boring optimalisation exercises. The 18XX games just become huge stock speculations. It doesn't move me. What surprises me most is that the games keep on coming. In evergrowing mutations of the last hit, and replacing the map of Great Britain with that...
 
 
Both Guardsmen glanced in the Tech-Hospitalier’s direction and then averted their eyes.  Reymalden took a seat near Tulley, his visor twisting the fire’s reflection.   Holm raised a strip of meat and offered it to the priest.  As expected, the priest shook his head.   “I have already eaten, captain.”   Tulley looked at Reymalden, then to Holm; an inquiring look on his face.   “Since you won’t dine with us, and my corporal’s too hesitant to ask, why do you have to wear...
 
 
When I arrived at my game group last night, my copy of Last Night on Earth that someone had borrowed was sat on the table and I got all excited about playing again. But we ended up playing Tikal instead which was new to three out of the four people there. When the owner started explaining the rules, I was gripped by a sudden desire to not play this game at any cost and thought about pleading a sudden attack of diarrhea or perhaps just committing suicide to get out of playing.  But I figured that would...
 
 
Holm spent all of the following day in his berth, trying to rest.  Unfortunately, sleep was hard to come by because of the constant ache in his injured arm.  When it did come, his dreams were filled with tentacles, hot winds, and jeering Orks.  Displeased at his inability to sleep, he showered, shaved, and dressed.   The sun had just dipped behind the eastern horizon when he left the ship, joining Tulley at a roaring fire that Tulley had just started.   The corporal was seated cross-legged on an equipment crate, busily...
 
 
 
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