Shefford Friday night games

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Friday 14th January

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We started with a game of The Taverns of Tiefenthal while waiting for our fourth to arrive. It was a close game, our first using the rotating white cube, and Sami just beat me by 2 points, with Martin not far behind, with all three of us using vastly different strategies.

Then Marion arrived, and it was time to unwrap my new game - Boonlake, which had arrived the previous day. It took a LONG while to punch, and work through the rules, and it was over half an hour later that we started. It then seemed like there was a lot going on, as we tried to remember all the rules for all the action strips, but actually, having played again twice since, the game itself does start to flow nicely when you do know what you're doing. It does feel very reminiscent of his previous games, but with totally new stuff going on at the same time.

We were then all in the mood for some lighter fare for the remainder of the evening, and Martin remembered seeing that Marion was good at Sorry! Sliders, and suggested that she demonstrated. Well, she won three of the four games (although sometimes with other people tying), so definitely demonstrated her skill, but then lost the last one, with all of us finishing except her on the final round!!

Marion then suggested La Boca, which she hadn't played in ages, and which was completely new to Martin. We had a few problems with hiding large pieces - particularly Sami and I paired, and then Sami and Martin in particular took a while to hide one. Marion had no such problems, so won!!

We then finished with Crazy Race, a much older game that I hadn't played in about five years, so was on my list of games to play again. I dug it out of the bottom of the cupboard, and this time it was Marion who didn't remember playing it before. She won though, thanks to her battle with Martin for 3rd/4th places going better for her than Sami's and my rather different battle for 1st and 2nd places went for either of us! It had to be said, a very lucky 11 roll (or unlucky from Martin's point of view - who would have done well with anything less!), had a lot to do with it!
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Friday 7th January

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Last Friday there were 5 of us. We started with a quick game of Cascadia while waiting for the fifth - although as we had to do a rules explanation it wasn't quite "quick" enough. We were overloaded with foxes, as no-one seemed to want them, but I had a hard time getting bears, with both the players to my right wanting two sets of three!!

We then pulled out Tapestry, which Sami and I know, but was new to all three of the others. It was interesting playing with 5 - the board gets a LOT more crowded, especially as three players were building on the board. One player played a very mixed strategy, while we pretty much took one of the other tracks each (although as you might expect, everyone was moving up at least one other track as well). I won fairly comfortably in the end, with 252 points, with Marion taking second place with 212, just pipping Simon into third.

We then decided to play a more familiar game and moved on to Power Grid, playing on the Benelux map, which always makes for a slightly quicker game. In this one Marion bought a big power plant early on, but then found herself out of cash for houses for a few rounds. Meanwhile the others were fighting over coal and oil, while I decided to keep out of it with rubbish and nuclear, which was initially more expensive, but rapidly became more cost effective, despite a couple of other power plants of those types appearing, and only a delay to phase 2, and a turn with a terrible set of power plants, stopped me motoring to the end. In the last round I was able to power and build to 16, along with Sami, but with lots more cash to spare, while Lisa pipped Simon to a cash tie-break for third on 15 houses. Marion wasn't able to recover from her disastrous early game and only powered 13.
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Friday 31st December

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There were 6 of us for New Year's Eve. We started with a game of The Bucket King while waiting for the 6th to arrive, which I managed to win, thanks mainly to having Sami as a shield to my right in the mid-game, given that after a fairly aggressive early game, with my left-hand neighbour Gill starting most of the "tricks", I ended up with my highest number in hand a 3!! Luckily Sami's pyramid started to fall, and although I lost buckets, there was only one major fall.

We were then six, so split into two tables, with a gender split again! Upstairs played Tapestry, while downstairs I introduced Gill and Marion to two of my new games, firstly The King's Will, which is an odd little game but quite amusing - trying to work out what the King's Will is and maximise points. This game went longer in turns than my first one, as no-one wanted to take certain actions by the end, and so the right-hand-most area of the row stalled, and everyone had maximised what they could do before I finally triggered games end. Marion won, but scores were very close, less than 3 between top and bottom.

Next I showed them La Granja, another new acquisition and one that is on BGA, so I thought they both might like to try it there. It's a multi-use card game with a lot going on, so was qutie hard to keep track of what was going on at times, with moving on to the next phase, and then someone realising they wanted to do an anytime action etc! Plus they both had the usual problem of not needing donkeys in the first few rounds as they weren't set up yet, but then needing far too many in later rounds, when they had more stuff (and knew what they were doing!). Unsurprisingly I won, given my prior experience with the game, but Marion was very close behind me in the end.

We then joined together for the traditional (for me anyway!) Time's Up! Title Recall! before midnight, playing in three teams of two. I paired with Marion, and we had a great start round, while both Gill and Martin managed to mess up a round by saying a word on their card early in their turns, which meant the scores for that round were rather varied. In the second round by contrast though, Gill and Martin had an amazing round, and recouped almost all of their lost score, equalising with James and Sami in total points, although Marion nad I were still ahead. The last round Marion and I had a really good round again, and James and Sami were just able to edge ahead of the other two. It was the usual fun and laughter, and managed to finish at just one minute past midnight on my clock, just in time for us to wish each other Happy New Year!
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Friday 17th December

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Last Friday there were 7 os us, with one new gamer. We started by introducing him to 7 Wonders, while waiting for the 7th to arrive. This was definitely John's game, with an impressive 43 from science giving him 64 points and the win. Simon just pipped Sami to second with 56 points, with a blue/yellow/purple strategy.

Then we split into two tables. Simon and John were keen to play Castles of Burgundy, as Simon had played it for the first time two years ago, and Sean asked to learn that. Meanwhile downstairs Marion chose Orléans, as she hadn't played it in a while, and we introduced that to Matt. Sami won this by absolutely miles, with 94 coins at end game from his buildings, not to mention most of the ladies from the board and a good number of houses (while Marion and I ended up in the same place, and kept blocking each other from house building in the late game). Matt managed a good number of goods and houses from the board, but his star level was lower, so didn't score so many points from them.

Next we introduced Matt to Cascadia, using the C set of cards this time. Sami decided to get a pretty star of connected hawks to maximise their scoring potential, as well as a full collection of bear families, but in the process messed up his landscape scoring, so although he had a good top score, my majorities for landscapes in the bottom half gave me in the win - along with my large elk herd!

We then merged and split with the other table, with upstairs playing Space Base, while downstars we pulled out Gizmos, this time with Sami, Marion and I being joined by Sean. I managed to get a good collection of build/pick buildings, so that almost every time I built, I got a pick and an extra VP, and this meant I was just able to keep building every turn. This extra momentum achieved me 40 points, with Sami behind me on 33.

I then pulled out my new Cartographers Heroes to finish with. While I always enjoy Cartographers, I don't think this new version is as good as the older one, sadly, mainly because the heroes and new monsters get a bit fiddly, and add unnecessary extras to the game. We also had the longest round possible for the first round this game, which meant it went on very long - drawing every cheaply costed card from the deck, so that it took ages before we hit the 8 for season end, and in round 3 all three monsters hit all at once. Sami won, just ahead of Sean, thanks to lots of "3 sized gaps" on his board - a scoring tile that I found really hard to visualise, so didn't get many of, but that turned out to be really valuable if you tried for it!
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Friday 10th December 2021

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There were 7 of us this week, and two birthday cakes - lemon drizzle and gingerbread - both very yummy! We started with just four and a quick filler game of Cardline: Animals while waiting for others to arrive - we rolled lifespan of animals, which is definitely the hardest topic - and without thinking I dealt everyone five cards, instead of the four that it should have been with 4 players. Sami got off to the best start and got rid of four of his straight away, but then stuck on the fifth, and this meant John managed to finish first, with Sami and finishing in the same round as each other shortly after.

Next Simon and Lisa joined us, and we knew we had about 45 mins until our 7th arrived, so we pulled out 7 Wonders. John won this by absolutely miles, with the impressive score of 67, mainly thanks to 18 cheap military points (he was Colossus B!) - 18 points for very little military, while on the other side of the table from him there was a big military competition for far fewer rewards! He also got an impressive 23 points from Guilds!! Simon meanwhile tried, and failed to go science, netting just 12 points, and last place - mainly thanks to Martin doing better with the science on the ohter side of the table. It was actually a three way tie for 2nd place, on 54 points (sorry Lisa for miscounting on the night - you were actually joint 2nd too!), with me just 2 points behind.

We then pulled out Just One (and cake) while waiting for our last to arrive, as it was something that could fill in an unknown amount of time, and it's always a fun experience! We succeeeded more than we failed, although there were a few words with so many clashes that we stood no chance!

We then split into two tables, with Simon doing his usual trick of choosing a game (The Castles of Burgundy - as he'd enjoyed it last week), and then ending up playing a different game - Dune Imperium. I ended up on the Castles of Burgundy table, with a female/male split in gamers again! It was new to Lisa, while Marion has played lots on BGA recently. We all started moving round the board score-wise together, with Marion finishing her large region early, but me netting quite a few points from my animals. Marion and Lisa had a big competition for boats (Marion was very determined to stay in first place), so I largely left them too it, just taking a couple to score my two 1-boat regions. Meanwhile I went quarry heavy and was rolling in silverlings, that I largely couldn't spend, as everything in the middle was fairly useless to me! It ended with me safely in first place, and Lisa managing to stay ahead of Marion at the end, despite Marion's end game yellow score.

Both games finished at the same time, so we merged nad split, this time with two lighter new games, Cascadia and New York Zoo. This time I ended up on the New York Zoo table, with Simon and John. I managed to finish a field first and got the large attraction - I think that's the first time I've got close - normally I don't get either of the large ones! This definitely helped me finish my board quickly, and some nice tesselation of pieces, so I didn't need too many small bits to fill in holes, meant I was first to finish my board, with Simon and John on 6 and 7 squares remaining.

I then taught them both No Thanks!, and older card game filler I enjoy, but that doesn't table much nowadays. John had a bad first round and an even worse second one, taking 20s numbers that never joined up, while Simon's strategy of taking the lower numbers did really well for him in the first two rounds, but then failed him badly in the third. I was fairly consistent all three rounds, netting about 50 points negative each time, and this was just enough to beat Simon with his terrible third round.
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Friday 3rd December 2021

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Last Friday there were 7 of us. We started with a quick Pick Picknic while waiting for the last person to arrive - although as we took so long getting drinks at the start, we weren't very far along when she arrived! It was a close game, and my scorepad looked a complete mess after all the recounts at the end, but the winning score finally went to Gill with 34, just ahead of Sami with 32!

We then split into two tables, with upstairs choosing The Castles of Burgundy, which Simon wanted to learn, and Gill wanted to play with more than 2. The other four of us took Cascadia downstairs, which was new to Lisa and Hannah. Sami won, thanks to an impressive amount of points from winning three of the largest region bonuses!

We then introduced them both to The Isle of Cats, which Hannah had played once before but was new to Lisa. I managed to get the 15 cats I needed down, along with a good quantity of treasure, and to Hannah's annoyance I did her scoring card, managing to have something next to the outside of every tile on my ship, which she hadn't managed to do herself while trying! This huge number of cats and treasures, combined with some good scores for other people's public lessons, gave me the win.

The other table had just finished, so we merged and split again, although we nearly split the same way, with Marion changing tables at the last minute to ensure that we got to play with some different players. I was on the Vikings table, while downstairs played Gizmos. Gill had played it a few times before, but not since the pandemic, so was a bit hazy on some of the rules and strategy, but ended up only a few points behind Simon, as he fed his people comfortably, while hers starved, so they switched places. I was comfortably ahead, thanks to some good scores from my red people!

We happened to finish both games at the same time, so merged and split again, and I chose Fauna for the upstairs table (I can't remember what they took downstairs). We had a bit of a disaster in the second round with the monkey that looked like a lemur, but from its stats was a rather smaller monkey that lived in the Amazon, so we all lost a few cubes there! Three of the other cards gave us their location from their names, which helped with locations at least! It ended up with me winning, with Simon chasing me but not able to catch me before the end (my sealion score was too good, and he never managed to recoup the gain I made in that round).

We then all joined together for a quick finisher game of Diamant. This was not a good round for Sami's "Deeper" strategy - firstly because there were 7 of us, so treasure was split between a lot of people, but also because every round I started by drawing several of the disasters, and every round ended with us drawing a double disaster card fairly early on. Hannah, Marion and I were the "wusses" (according to the deeper players), but this was a game where that strategy worked, and we took the top three places, with me just beating Hannah by 2 points, with a score of 21. Sami managed the grand total of 0 treasure, while Gill only managed 3, from ducking out just before disaster on one occasion!
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Friday 26th November 2021

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Last Friday there were 5 of us, so we it became a night of mostly classic games, as so few new releases stretch to 5 players! We started with Puerto Rico - in which Sami got an early tobacco; I managed to get my coffee going a little later in the game, and Sami and Marion both went heavily into quarries. Meanwhile with my coffee trading and a factory I was able to keep my money production high, and buy two large buildings myself, which gave me the win, just two points ahead of Sami. The rest were all close behind except Simon, who had a complete disaster sitting to the left of me with his coffee, although his large market helped a bit, and without getting much shipping going either.

Next was Breaking Away, an old cycling racing game, and one of my favourite racing games. This time it was Lisa to have a complete disaster, as mid race her three bikes became separated from the main pack, and while the rest of us were getting large bonuses for being at the back of the pack, her bikes missed out on these, so she wasn't able to keep up for the later sprints. Marion was victorious, with an impressive score of 54, with the rest of us behind her at fairly large intervals, me in second place, more because of some luck at the final sprint than anything else.

Marion's choice for the next game was Agricola, a game that used to be a favourite at the group, but hasn't tabled much in recent years. Over the pandemic we acquired a new deck, the Dulcinaria deck, so we used that (although there were a few compatability issues with the wording, as it's designed for the newer edition). The three of us more familiar with the game had a natural advantage, adn all managed scores around 40, with Sami winning with 46, thanks to an impressive 20 (!!!) points from improvements (he had almost nothing else point-wise, other than the basic score for 5 family members and a renovated stone hut). I was second, with a little of everything, but nothing exceptional. Lisa had an impressive amount of stuff on her farm, with 3 or more points for almost everything in the top half of the scoring - but hadn't managed to renovate her house, so lost out there. Clay was definitely in short supply all game!

We next played one of our few new games that plays 5, New York Zoo, as Marion was desperate to play it again! It was new to Simon, but that didn't seem to stop him, and he won, fairly comfortably with me having just reduced my spare spaces to 3, but everyone else having 6-8 spaces left on their board!!

We finished with Simon's choice of Rise of Augustus, in which Marion was again victorious by a large margin - with an impressive 72 points, well ahead of anyone else (we were all in the 30s and 40s score wise!).
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Friday 19th November 2021

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Last Friday there were just 3 of us. Marion chose the first game, one of her current favourites, Hallertau. Sami managed to get the best engine going with his cards, and this proved decisive, although he was complaining that although he had loads of everything else, he was low on crops. I had the opposite problem - loads of crops, but very little else!

I then showed Marion one of our new games, Cascadia, which I'm enjoying as a quick lighter game. Sami won again, but Marion was able to take second place over me.

Marion then chose Viscounts of the West Kingdom as the next of our new games to try, and having not played Paladins, and only having played Architects a couple of times a while ago, the amount of iconography was hard for her to grasp at first. She settled on a nice simple building strategy, while Sami went for ink and certificates and I went for men in the centre and gold (the first time I've tried that). It was close at the end with only 7 points separating first and last, but I just managed to win.

Marion then asked to play Happy Pigs again, which she had played and enjoyed a week or so ago. It doesn't work as well with 3 - definitely at its best with 5 - but it was still fun. However, I have played it rather more than the other two, and my subconscious knowledge of what kind of cards come out at what time meant that I had a bit of an advantage, and got rather more of the bonuses than the other two (although Sami did get an impressive number of piglets from a Season of Love at one point, although he sadly was unable to vaccinate them before end of season). This meant my score was about 80 ahead of both of them, but the difference between the two of them was just 6 cash!
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Friday 12th November 2021

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Last Friday there were 5 of us. We started with 4 of us, and a game of Istanbul. I got off to a great start and was the first to get to 4 gems, but got blocked out of getting my 5th, and Sami came up with a great post office/card combo in the bottom corner, and no-one could stop him buying enough gems with money to finish first.

Marion arrived at that point, perfectly timed, and we played a game of Space Base, which was pretty much a game between Hannah and I - she was getting a steady amount of VPs all game, but once I started getting a good income I was buying income cards every turn, and I just managed to beat her by a couple of VPs in the end. Marion managed the very impressive feat of getting 0VPs all game!!!

I then introduced Hannah to one of our new games, New York Zoo (it played 5 player - none of the others seemed to!) - the rest of us had played it at least once before. Gill managed to suddenly end it by filling two fields of animals, while the rest of us all had a good number of spaces to fill - I still had 6 left, as Sami kept bypassing the tile I wanted that would fill my gap perfectly - and I was in second place!!

After that we played Show Manager - in which fairly late into the game I still was top of the bottom three cities - but managed to be overtaken by one of the final productions in all three! However, three second places and a middling place was just enough for the win.

My choice for the next game was Duplik, which I know is a favourite of Hannah's! Our first attempts at pictures, in Hannah's description, gave Hannah a huge giggling fit - they weren't that bad, hoenst!!!

We finished with Ave Caesar, which Marion agreed to play as she hadn't played in ages, but was reminded why she didn't like it! Hannh and I were the only people to finish all three races (so we placed first and second), with the others dying once each by three different methods - not pitting, crashing and burning, and running out of cards!
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Friday 5th November 2021

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Last Friday there were 7 of us. We started with a mini fireworks display as it was bonfire night – donated to me by a friend as they were too big for his garden. And continued with chocolate orange cake for Marion’s birthday! And then we split into two tables for the first game. Between my recent games order and a successful MathTrade last month there were lots of new games to try, so I took Tiny Towns downstairs while upstairs they played Blackout Hong Kong. It ended up as a female/male split in tables, so I was joined by Marion, Ellie and Lisa. The rules seemed fairly simple, and we rapidly started building our towns. Unfortunately Marion misunderstood the rules for her monument, which messed up her game rather, and she rapidly became completely blocked. Meanwhile the others of us had more success buliding a collection of buildings, but my monument ability seemed to be quite strong, and menat I came away with a very comfortable win of 30 points, with Lisa at 17 points in second place just beating Ellie.

I then suggested we played New York Zoo, as I suspected Marion would enjoy it, with it being like Patchwork, and having cute animal meeples! It was an incredibly close game, and Lisa managed to cause chaos by taking the last small L shaped piece - which amsuingly was the piece that all three of the rest of us needed to complete our boards - so then it was a race to see who could complete two fields in time with our animals to fill those last spaces with small pieces - we would all finish on our turns in the same round, but Marion was first to go in seating order, so finished first for the win, with both Ellie and I just having one space remaining!

At that point Marion had to drive Ellie home, so the rest of us joined together to play a couple of trivia games - firstly Terra, in which Martin showed off his far superior trivia knowledge. Simon and I were vying for second place, but an embarrassingly long way behind (and I was quite lucky to take second place off him at the end, as I was trailing in the early rounds). Lisa and Sami were in a separate competition to not be last!

We then played Timeline: Music & Cinema, and I dealt 5 cards per player without thinking, which made for a very tricky end game with 5 people (we usually play 5 cards with 3 players or it's a bit quick!). Simon was first out, with me next a couple of rounds later, and Martin eventually managed to be third, and Sami finally managed to slot his last card in for fourth place - but we got much further through the deck than normal!!

We then split into two tables again, with upstairs playing CloudAge, which was new to both Marion and Lisa, while downstairs played The Crew I think (?). It took a while to explain the rules of CloudAge, and was a rather slow game with lots of rules queries. My extra advantage of having played several times before meant that I won, but not by a signficant margin, with both the others having good first-game scores.
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