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andrew lavish
United States
Connecticut
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2005 knizia
2005-03-05*
Want In Trade
Stephen Waits
United States
San Diego
California
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new Knizia in '05
2006-01-22*
Bryan Rankin
United States
Roswell
Georgia
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Played the prototype with Frank under the working title of "Magistrate". I very much enjoyed it and was ready to play again immediately. Not as "Big" as some are claiming, though.
2005-03-16*
Michael Barnes
United States
Decatur
Georgia
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It pretty much says it all that the game was originally something about a Renaissance city with magister and burgomeisters or whatever running around. I had an opportunity to play a prototype and although it was admittedly pretty cool to play a game that Knizia made with his own hands (or at least dictated to someone else's hands) but the result was a boring, turgid Euro with little or no new ideas. What's really odd is that the game played MUCH more like a Kramer game than a Knizia game. Area majorities, action points, scoring rounds, etc. The theme promised by "Adventure League" sounds great, but there is literally not a single mechanic or game concept that specifically features or illuminates that theme. And I thought this guy designed from the theme up?
2007-02-21*
yegods
United States
Campbell
CA
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(Desire: high) new Knizia? yes please.
2007-07-17*

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