I'm an old wargamer who had been away from gaming for about 35 years and attended WBC for the first time a few years ago.
As I wandered about aimlessly I heard the expression "You can't put sheep there".
To my amazement people were actually playing a game that had sheep in it!
After a few minutes I concluded that that expression is the 21st century equivalent of "You can't put armor there" or something to that effect.
Recently we lost my best buddy to illness, an Olde English sheepdog named Mr. Puppy. Rather than mourn his loss, I would rather celebrate the absolute joy he gave us by asking you to recommend sheep based or sheep themed games that you think he would have enjoyed.
Keep in mind Mr. Puppy was a real piece of work, so the more off the wall the better.
I know there are other sheep themed geeklists out there but what the heck, how about one for my pal.
My favorite 18xx game for six players is two games of 1846 with three players each.
My wife and I love this game. You build railroad tracks, pick up loads of commodities and deliver them to places where there is demand for them. One type of commodity is Sheep, which you can get in places like Billings and Salt Lake City. It fetches a pretty price in the Northeast. Another game in the series that has sheep is Eurorails, which is very similar but has a different map.