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Tor Sverre Lund
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Oooh, nice roll there.

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I'll transfer a blue cube in Region F to black.

I'll build a bridge between Regions A and F.

I'm up to 9 limit points now.
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Yup yup, which means this is the end of the 1st Prestige.
Thommy receives (12-9) 3 bonus points, and also has a free banish action. Which district would you like to banish from?
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I'll banish in Region E.

I roll a 1d6 = (1) = 1
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Damn, I remove a blue cube and cry
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End of 1st Prestige:
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*shuffle decks*
ideogram is up as distributor
Cards drawn: Transfer D:Blue E:Red Bridge Transfer Doge Limit2 Limit3 Limit3 Limit3

1st pick:
Thommy 1d6 = (4) = 4
Brian 1d6 = (3) = 3
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Thommy8 wrote:
Damn, I remove a blue cube and cry

Bwa ha. At least my awesome Banishment rolls are slightly making up for my piss-poor turn order rolls. I am getting tired of always being last or 2nd to last in the decision process.
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I am rolling amazingly well for turn order, but I don't seem to be making any good use of that luck. You guys are splitting too well, making first choice not so useful. Speaking of which, I find it weird splitting in a vacuum without kibitzing and table talk...
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Thommy8 wrote:
I am rolling amazingly well for turn order, but I don't seem to be making any good use of that luck. You guys are splitting too well, making first choice not so useful. Speaking of which, I find it weird splitting in a vacuum without kibitzing and table talk...

We can do that. I have just never played so I am not sure of the table talk that should be going on.
 
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I am getting tired of always being last or 2nd to last in the decision process.

Yeah I noticed that too! You've been 2nd pick every round you haven't been distributing. Very bad luck! Still the points are pretty close, and you have the least Aristocrats in your supply, so you must have done something right :)
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I'll take the first pile.

1) I put the D:Blue cube into B:Orange via my bridge.

2) I add a bridge between Regions B and C.

3) I use the transfer in E:Red on a blue cube.
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ColtsFan76 wrote:
Thommy8 wrote:
I am rolling amazingly well for turn order, but I don't seem to be making any good use of that luck. You guys are splitting too well, making first choice not so useful. Speaking of which, I find it weird splitting in a vacuum without kibitzing and table talk...

We can do that. I have just never played so I am not sure of the table talk that should be going on.


Wow, never played? Craziness. Yeah, I'm used to a fair bit of table talk, but it's hard online. The same thing happens with online Santiago it seems.
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Third pile: E:Red Transfer L2

Transfer: Blue (D): 1 white cube to blue cube
Red (E): Place in Red (E)
 
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Gawain wrote:
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I am getting tired of always being last or 2nd to last in the decision process.

... and you have the least Aristocrats in your supply, so you must have done something right

Yeah, I rolled high Banish dice!!!
 
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Thommy8 wrote:
Wow, never played? Craziness. Yeah, I'm used to a fair bit of table talk, but it's hard online. The same thing happens with online Santiago it seems.

Picked it up 4 months ago but have been trying to get it to the table - just too much else demanding time. Forcing the issue this Monday night at game night!
 
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So that leaves the Doge needing to be scored somewhere by ideogram;



I'd maybe venture a guess on District C and bring us all even? ^^
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End of round:



Rolling for first pick:
Thommy 1d6 = (4) = 4
ideogram 1d6 = (1) = 1

Brian distributes:
Cards drawn: C:Yellow C:Yellow Banish Transfer D:Blue Doge Limit1 Limit1 Limit1 Limit1
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Door 1: Yellow (C), Blue (D)

Door 2: Yellow (C), Transfer, Banish, Limit 1, Limit 1, Limit 1

Door 3: Doge, Limit 1
 
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I'll doge in F:Brown, crossing only my own bridges to get there.
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Quote:
Door 1: Yellow (C), Blue (D)


Place Yellow in Yellow (C)
Place Blue in Blue (D)
 
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Thommy scores 7 points

End of round:



Thommy distributes Cards drawn: Transfer Doge B:Orange C:Yellow B:Orange Doge Limit3 Limit3 Limit2 Limit1

1st pick:
ideogram 1d6 = (5) = 5
Brian 1d6 = (5) = 5
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Maybe this will finally end Brian's bad luck? :D
ideogram 1d6 = (6) = 6
Brian 1d6 = (2) = 2
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Then again, maybe not ...
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Gawain wrote:
Then again, maybe not ...

Boo hiss
 
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