New Year's Resolutions:
Buy no games this year.
Waffle #1: Just bought Black Ops
. It's a book
January: Xmas spill-over, $350
Feb: Eat out twice at same restaurant, gas, $240
Limit frivolous spending: books, DVDs, CDs, craft shop ideas, chocolate, etc. But tend to do a not-so-random-act-of-kindness every week at work where I bring in sea-salt-chocolate-chunk-cookies, and those are $5 for 4....
Jan: $50 for chocolate, gave out at work; bought Black Ops
to read (not play).
Solo-gamer, trying hard to downsize to a number of games that doesn't make me frozen in a sea of games, unable to decide what to play.
I've currently decided: 54mm skirmish gamer. Have guys for Fightin' Fungi
, halflings, a wizard, and some modified skeletons. Picture one day.
Fan of The Life-Changing Magic of Tidying Up: The Japanese Art of Decluttering and Organizing
Increasingly a fan of large fonts on game components and small maps and boards.
Fan of Bob Cordery's Portable Wargame
Fan of Sierra Madre Games
, Worthington Games
, and Minden Games
Like the idea that you can forgo actually moving minis around if you know the encounter distance and cover between figures... should be adaptable to any game; DBx, encounter distance between two elements is 200-1200 paces, and PIPs are used to increase or decrease this distance by 100p; SOBH, encounter distance is randomly determined to be S, SS, M, MM, L, or LL, then activate and attack (movement-wise: charge, avoid) normally.
Fan of: John Gorkowski
, Richard H. Berg
, Kerry Anderson