Dear Santa, thank you for the marvelous gifts and candy!https://boardgamegeek.com/geeklist/199309/item/4335067#item4...
You are amazing!!
Sorry for the delay in answering, those have been really busy days =(
Thank you for being so quick in sending the gift, I hope it hasn't been too troublesome for you.
Sorry for the delay in answering, I have been busy with doctorate entrance exams.
I meet with my friends twice a month for gaming nights, I wished it could be more frequent but obligations keep us all more busy than we would like.
First of all, I think you should know that the first rule on my gaming group is: Jay is always the Cylon!
So, in every game which there are traitor mechanics, the first round always goes like: You all know Jay is the traitor, lets kill/lock/arrest him before he does something!
As I'm Jay, most games take an "all against me" kind of aspect, still, I always have fun playing.
I mostly enjoy games with social aspects, strategy and thinking, I am not fond of heavily luck based games. Party games and Coop games are always welcome.
Games in english are fine, other languages are welcome if it's possible to find english rules online.
In other years, the elves have used different kinds of transport in order to deliver me gifts and so far there have been no problems at all, tracking is always a good idea though.
Huge import taxes will apply most of the time, so I'm used to it. National post services have a better chance of escaping taxes than services like FEDEX and DHL.
Local stores usually charge exorbitant prices, 95% of the games I have have been bought from shops in other countries and even with shipping and taxes I paid less than I would have paid if they were bought in Brasil. Also shipping and handling by local stores can be pretty harmful to game boxes.
Fell free to send me any other questions.