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Post  Aneurin on Wed 17 Dec 2014, 07:54

PaulG wrote:
Kes wrote:I'm sure that can be arranged
As I'm now off work for 3 weeks, I'm sure it can...

Do we only have your for 3 weeks then? I'm going to start calling your Rama.

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Post  paulyg on Wed 17 Dec 2014, 07:59

Aneurin wrote:
PaulG wrote:
Kes wrote:I'm sure that can be arranged
As I'm now off work for 3 weeks, I'm sure it can...

Do we only have your for 3 weeks then? I'm going to start calling your Rama.

Ok, I had to look up Rama on Wikipedia

"He is pictured as the ideal man and the perfect human."

Yep.

But, no, hopefully back to normal now so I should be down most weeks! And, as you can see from the top of this thread, I've got quite a backlog to play through!
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Post  Aneurin on Wed 17 Dec 2014, 08:03

I was thinking more of the ship from the Rama Series by Arthur C Clarke... the object that turns up in Earth orbit every so often...
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Post  paulyg on Wed 17 Dec 2014, 12:30

Aneurin wrote:I was thinking more of the ship from the Rama Series by Arthur C Clarke... the object that turns up in Earth orbit every so often...
I like my interpretation better ;-)
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Post  paulyg on Sat 21 Mar 2015, 16:28

Hmm, this is getting out of hand... :-o
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Post  steveygee on Sun 22 Mar 2015, 21:01

PaulG wrote:Hmm, this is getting out of hand... :-o

It passed out of hand some time ago. Not worth worrying about now. Just buy some games to take your mind off your problem.
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Post  paulyg on Sun 31 May 2015, 19:28

Updated for all the sales & purchases at the UK Games Expo. Now to punch out some pieces...
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Post  SamVS on Sun 31 May 2015, 19:34

What did you put up for sale, and what sold and didn't?
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Post  paulyg on Sun 31 May 2015, 19:42

What sold...
- Robinson Crusoe (£35) (sold to Steve before the expo)
- Lewis & Clark (£20)
- Dixit (£15)
- Apples to Apples (£10)
- Via Appia (£20)
- Infiltration (£20)
- Diary of a Wimpy Kid: Cheese Touch (£5)
- Munchkin Zombies (£10)
- Smart Ass (travel edition) (£5)
- Catan Card Game - Barbarians & Traders Upgrade Kit (£5)
- Gender Wars (£1)
- Challenge Your IQ (£1)
- Charades (£1)
- D&D Creature Catalogue (£5)
- Curse of Xanathon module for D&D (£3)
- The Keep on the Borderlands module for D&D (£3)
- The Republic of Darken Gazetteer for AD&D ( £8 )
- Against the Giants module for AD&D (£5)
- Hollow World Campaign set for D&D (no box) (£12)
- The Isle of Dread module for D&D (£3)
- The Lost Caverns of Tsojcanth module for AD&D (£3)
- Vault of the Drow module for AD&D (£5)
- The Lost Island of Castanamir module for AD&D (£5)

What did not sell...
- Pairs (Name of the Wind edition) (£5)
- Change Horses (£10)
- D&D Basic Set (no box) (£5)
- D&D Companion Set (no box) (£5)
- D&D Master Set (no box) (£10)
- D&D Immortals (DM Guide only) (£5)
- AD&D Players Handbook (£4)
- AD&D Dungeon Masters Guide ( £8 )
- Daughters of Darkness & The Chronicles of Santon scenario book for Rune Quest (£10)
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Post  Alex on Sun 31 May 2015, 20:00

Aww yeah! Great haul Paul, Black Fleet is such a great game!
Sat with a coffee reading rule books, leaving the punching til I get home.

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Post  DaveB on Sun 31 May 2015, 20:03

Got in a couple of games of Black Fleet this weekend, really enjoyed it (in fact after the first game I bought a copy too Smile)

Was a cracking good weekend.
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Post  paulyg on Sun 31 May 2015, 20:04

Yeah, thanks for the recommendation Alex! After we spoke to you we tried it in the demo area and really liked it. Looking forward to playing it again!
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Post  paulyg on Sun 31 May 2015, 20:05

Sounds like a Black Fleet tournament for the Xmas party this year then ;-)
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Post  DaveB on Sun 31 May 2015, 20:07

PaulG wrote:Yeah, thanks for the recommendation Alex! After we spoke to you we tried it in the demo area and really liked it. Looking forward to playing it again!

I think Sannah might ban me from playing demo's next time - I played three and bought two of them Smile
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Post  SamVS on Sun 31 May 2015, 20:24

Are they the original AD&D books? That's pretty cool. I've started playing some of the old classic CRPGs based on that rule-set. I wouldn't mind them on my shelf just as a geeky historical document. What would you pay me to take the burden off your bookshelf?
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Post  paulyg on Sun 31 May 2015, 23:06

Sam wrote:Are they the original AD&D books? That's pretty cool. I've started playing some of the old classic CRPGs based on that rule-set. I wouldn't mind them on my shelf just as a geeky historical document. What would you pay me to take the burden off your bookshelf?
Ah, unfortunately we gifted the unsold stuff to UKGE to be sold with proceeds donated to charity. Kat did not want to return with any of the stuff we took down! But, yes, they were original books from the late 70s. Not rare though and not in particularly good condition (I never used them but was given them a few years ago).
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Post  SamVS on Sun 31 May 2015, 23:47

Alas. Did you decide to keep Musketeers after all?
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Post  steveygee on Mon 01 Jun 2015, 10:53

PaulG wrote:What sold...
- Robinson Crusoe (£35) (sold to Steve before the expo)

Speaking of which, still planning to be there Tuesday, Paul? I can't stop for games this week, but I'll nip down to pick this up if you're there.
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Post  PaulC on Mon 01 Jun 2015, 11:15

steveygee wrote:
PaulG wrote:What sold...
- Robinson Crusoe (£35) (sold to Steve before the expo)

Speaking of which, still planning to be there Tuesday, Paul? I can't stop for games this week, but I'll nip down to pick this up if you're there.

Such a great game!
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Post  paulyg on Mon 01 Jun 2015, 13:19

Sam wrote:Alas. Did you decide to keep Musketeers after all?
No, that should be on the sold list too. I realise I forgot to add the things I made the late decision on. Will update at some point if I can find the receipt of what sold / didn't sell from the Bring n Buy!
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Post  paulyg on Mon 01 Jun 2015, 13:20

steveygee wrote:
PaulG wrote:What sold...
- Robinson Crusoe (£35) (sold to Steve before the expo)

Speaking of which, still planning to be there Tuesday, Paul? I can't stop for games this week, but I'll nip down to pick this up if you're there.
Yep, I'll bring it down!
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Post  DaveB on Mon 01 Jun 2015, 13:21

Paul wrote:
steveygee wrote:
PaulG wrote:What sold...
- Robinson Crusoe (£35) (sold to Steve before the expo)

Speaking of which, still planning to be there Tuesday, Paul? I can't stop for games this week, but I'll nip down to pick this up if you're there.

Such a great game!

Such a great collection of mechanics to kick you in the teeth! Smile
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Post  paulyg on Mon 01 Jun 2015, 13:27

DaveB wrote:
Paul wrote:
steveygee wrote:
PaulG wrote:What sold...
- Robinson Crusoe (£35) (sold to Steve before the expo)

Speaking of which, still planning to be there Tuesday, Paul? I can't stop for games this week, but I'll nip down to pick this up if you're there.

Such a great game!

Such a great collection of mechanics to kick you in the teeth! Smile
For what it's worth, my issue with it was that I found the both the aesthetic and the mechanics a bit 'fiddly'. But I fully accept that I'm in the minority here!
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Post  steveygee on Mon 01 Jun 2015, 16:40

DaveB wrote:

Such a great collection of mechanics to kick you in the teeth! Smile

Cool, they're my favourite type of mechanics!
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Post  Camille&Pierre on Fri 26 Jun 2015, 22:45

Paul,

Did you ever play Terra Mystica? Is it like Catan?

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Post  paulyg on Fri 26 Jun 2015, 22:53

CamF wrote:Paul,

Did you ever play Terra Mystica? Is it like Catan?
Yes, I've played it a few times. It has some similarities to Catan in that there is an area control aspect and some resource management. But it's more complex and there is essentially no luck (no dice, no cards) though there is randomness in the setup. Each faction also has different powers so it's asymmetrical to an extent.

I really, really like it and am always keen to play it some more if you're interested...
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