GCL Phoenix 357: The Internet (5 Nov 2017)
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The internet. Is it real? Some would say no. And yet here we all are.
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1. Board Game: Hometown Trivia [Average Rating:5.00 Unranked]
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BGG

Which parts of BGG do you read regularly, other than GCL lists?

Any obscure tips about using the site?

Do you have an internet 'home', and is this it?
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2. Board Game: Evy against Everything and Everyone Everywhere [Average Rating:7.20 Unranked]
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Everywhere else

Where else do you go on the internet that's unusual? What do you do there?

Would you do anything differently without the internet? Okay, probably a lot of things. But what would they be?
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3. Board Game: DragonFlame [Average Rating:6.73 Overall Rank:4612]
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Disagreement

The internet is famous for its interpersonal conflicts that get pretty bad sometimes.

Are you prone to flamewars? Allergic to them?

Are there specific things you do to manage disagreements so they don't become A Big Internet Mess?

Is this all irrelevant to your life, just a thing that young people (or old people) seem to do more than you and your contemporaries?
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4. Board Game: What's Missing? [Average Rating:4.94 Unranked]
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Questions

The Internet is an absurdly large topic. I could have asked a million other questions, I assume. But in fact, I find it all very hard to think about, like water to a fish.

Maybe it will turn out we're all fishes swimming in the same water. But I imagine (assume / hope) that many of us will have different answers to the above questions. So I encourage everybody to ask more questions.
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5. Board Game: Rotation [Average Rating:0.00 Unranked]
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Carol - 12th November
John - 19th November
Karl - 26th November
Michael - 3rd December
Dave - 10th December
Nicolai - 17th December
Morten - 24th December
Rich - 31st December
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6. Board Game: Acquire [Average Rating:7.36 Overall Rank:208]
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Since we were talking about founding saints of board gaming, I thought it apropos that we played Acquire by Sid Sackson. Can't Stop is definitely our most-played game of his, but there's a certain ahead-of-his-time-ness about Acquire.

Being a thrifter, I had always had faint hopes of one day finding the fancy 1999 Acquire



I couldn't justify the prices in auctions, but always coveted it, same as Quandary



(I thrifted a vintage Acquire, and made a playable Quandary with generic cards, so I have access to both, but there's something about those components that speak to me)

So when the new Acquire came out with cool buildings and a plastic grid, I got a copy.



Our last (and only) play of Acquire was 2011-10-02 (6 years 1 month ago!) Last night I got it out and we re-learned it.

Early on, Sam and I each had a 2-space company, and I had the tile to merge them. It seemed like I should want control of the new 5-tile company, but something told me to take the money instead, and invest it in my other companies. So I did, and I was able to get stocks, while Sam only had $300 in his pocket.

That initial Orange company grew. I would build little 2- or 3-tile companies next to it, buy a bunch of cheap stocks, and then merge it, getting the bonus for most stocks, and trade 2-to-1 for the expensive Orange stock. I also invested in the blue company across the board, the other company that ended up safe (+10 tiles) at the end of the game.

Because I churned through little companies with merges and kept the money flowing, I was able to buy lots of things, whereas Sam was much more cash-poor, and limited in what he could do. In the end, the strategy paid off.

This morning we played La Granja: No Siesta, which we had not played since 2017-01-12. Sam was stronger on boats, but I maxed out on roof tiles, which also gave me lots of extra things, and that helped me to take the lead.

I came across this great game this morning, that just screams "Sam" to me, and I think our current board game group would really like it:



Auf Teufel komm raus

Those great chips actually come with the game. It's a push your luck game, that Sam always enjoys, where everyone is bidding and flipping over every round, in a very intertwined way, which I think will help keep everyone engaged.

There's one copy for $60 on this side of the pond, but there are reasonably-priced copies in Germany, where we have family ninja The Palaces of Carrara, which has been on my wishlist for a long time because of the price, is also readily available and affordable there, as is The Castles of Burgundy: The Dice Game (language being not very important in either case). Even though we are lots of miles apart, their military zip code is quite near our NY zip code, so shipping will be reasonable, and the Euro is decent at the moment. So I asked for help from some elves in Germany, might be able to surprise Sam.

Sam is at his RPG game, and I have been making dice bags:



(Firefly)



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7. Board Game: BattleCON: Devastation of Indines [Average Rating:8.04 Overall Rank:199] [Average Rating:8.04 Unranked]
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 9   Linko! x3

I think we're overdoing it on Linko a little for my taste, but there's usually someone who says they only have half an hour, so the choices are limited.

On the other hand, the coworker who hated Kaboom hasn't been showing up as much anymore. We could play more Kaboom!

 9   BattleCON: Devastation of Indines x2

I genuinely thought online BattleCON was not ever going to happen. But there's a working alpha! So I played for the first time in a long time and was reminded that I really don't like Alexian. I'm also not sure how I feel about the new Force Gauge rules. Not the joyful homecoming I had hoped for. But... at least I'll get to have a proper try later once they implement the characters I know well.

 9   The Rose King
 9   Santorini
 3   Clans of Caledonia NEW!

I liked the boardplay okay. I did not like the resourcey Euro game at all. In retrospect I would have had more fun sitting one table over and playing Isle Of Skye with most of the same illustrations. But I was excited to try a new game! Probably a good thing to be reminded, going into con season, that just because a game has buzz doesn't mean I will personally like it.

 10   Tash-Kalar: Arena of Legends x2

I made up my own faction and S tested it with me. The verdict: Too strong, but fun enough to continue with. S said that actually, playing with an overpowered deck illuminated a lot of aspects of the game which were opaque to her before. It makes sense; when you're losing a game it's harder to tell which things you did right. And thanks to flares, positions in that game always feel unstable.
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8. Board Game: Bell-Bottomed Badassses on the Mean Streets of Funk [Average Rating:5.93 Overall Rank:7398] [Average Rating:5.93 Unranked]
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Games Played

None

The Week in Review

Though I played no games this week, I did watch the Heavy Cardboard play Maria. Usually, I half watch game walk-throughs and play-throughs, but I found the game so fascinating that I stopped playing Warbands: Bushido on my iPad to focus on the video.

The game was initially inspiring, but end up being depressing. Inspiring because it takes a war that I've been curious about since junior high school (the War of Austrian Succession) and makes an elegant and innovative game out of it. But once the initial inspiration wore off, reality set in; my chances of playing it any time soon are about nil.

And that's just one example of the gaming funk I've recently found myself in. Isaribi's been reprinted and while it's not rated that high, it's supposed to be a little like Sail to India, but with a Japanese fishing theme. Great, except it plays three to four. Calimala has my curiousity too. Guess what? Plays three to four.

I already have too many games for 3+ players and not enough opportunities to play them. Can I really justify more?

The other half of my current gaming funk is sitting down with S and playing something that isn't Carcassonne. And it's not really even her fault, because if I pulled out something heavier (and I keep looking at Through the Ages: A New Story of Civilization and Vinhos to name a couple), I'd first have to sit down an re-read the rules and then have to re-teach them to her. Ugh!

It's become too much like work.

I have to say it's so nice when I sit down at the table with JS or GM and they run through the rules for whatever 18xx game we happen to be playing. But our next game is still a few weeks away.


The Week Ahead

No plans.

Unplayed games of note in shrink: The U.S. Civil War, Francis Drake, German Railways and Revolution: The Dutch Revolt 1568-1648.

Unplayed games not in shrink: Massive Darkness, Normandy '44 and Mottainai.

On order: Lorenzo il Magnifico and Tikal.
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9. Board Game: The King of Frontier [Average Rating:6.91 Overall Rank:3873]
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Scorecard for the Week/Month/Year as of 4Nov2017:

6/6/399 plays of 4/4/186 total games, with 4/4/32 expansions employed.
Plays with 6/6/116 distinct opponents.

0/0/34 games acquired (plus 0/0/18 expansions.)
0/0/16 games sold/traded (plus 0/0/3 expansions.)
0/0/28 games ordered (plus 0/0/13 expansions.)
Orders for 5 games and 0 expansions still outstanding.

With son #2:
2x _10_ Race for the Galaxy (with the first expansion arc) - Naively, he's continuing to improve. Practically, though, that means he now consistently scores 75% of my score, rather than 50%. He's both a bit frustrated by his lack of success, and also motivated to do a bit better. We've been talking about the way the games play out: I think he's got traction, but we'll see.

With the Lunch@work group:
2x _7_ Clans - Fun to have a couple games back-to-back. Though we'll need a fair bit more practice to be able to claim that we're playing at a high level. Amusingly for me, I had a great deal more success in one of the games than in the other.

With the Wednesday night gang:
1x _7⅔_ For-Ex - Hey! We played it correctly this time out. And it was quite delightful, even if I still have very little idea what one might do to win.

1x _8_ 開拓王 Kaitaku-ō 'King of Frontier' (with もっと建物を! motto tatemono o! 'More Buildings!') - Hadn't played this for a while, and it was great to have it back in play. I find it quite clever; and enjoy the side-effects of the random setup on what "good play" looks like.

Owned-and-unplayed: 1 (+0/-0)
Owned-and-played-once: 94 (+0/-1) - For-Ex was played again.

Outlook for the week: Might receive Keyper and 18CZ this week: though whether either gets played on Wednesday is anyone's guess. (And Son #2 isn't going to be playing the latter, though it's remotely possible I could tempt him with the former.) No choir practices (in the "I'm skipping three" sense, rather than "there's none on") since I'm on call all week. And that also means that I'm pretty limited in gaming: I'll invite the Wednesday Folk to my place; but I need to have the computer nearby and connected to the internet!) And then I'm off too Pittsburgh next week (none of you live anywhere near, do you?)
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10. Board Game: Hawaii [Average Rating:7.21 Overall Rank:525]
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 6   Food Chain Magnate
Natalie is very good at this game; alternately, I am very poor at this game.

 6   Stone Age x6
My mother loves this one on BGA, and we are getting a fair number of plays out of it. She also facebooked me last week and told me how much she has enjoyed our "game dates" on BGA. I should write a testimonial for the website!

 10   Kingdom Builder x3
I bumped this up to a 10 (much to Marc's chagrin?). Nearly every time I sit down to game, I suggest this one. Better: E and L like it, Kris has a growing appreciation for it, and even Natalie may be catching the bug. We did a 4p on Sunday, and it was so different fro my usual 2p. The race for powers before they are gone; the knife fight for space to get to scoring spaces: it contrasts nice with the puzzly-expansion and powers arms-race of the 2p version.

 8   Kingdom Builder: Marshlands
 8   Kingdom Builder: Big Box

 4   Hawaii x4 NEW!
This game is fairly terribly in the "euroest euro that ever did euro" sort of way. The movement up the hill is a bit cute, but everything else is dry. The board-building is a lot of Vikings, the set collection (fruits and hula) is tres trope, the island tiles and moat mechanic feel tacked on (perhaps because they give you similar things to the board, just one more way to get them), and so on and so forth.

St. Petersberg and Stone Age have a bit of a euro smoothie feel too, but both of them have some interesting central mechanics, and smooth out the rest of the process. Hawaii feels much more systematically derivative.

The worst part: there are so few light-medium games on BGA that I like, that I will probably be playing this more in the future, because teaching my mom games is labour-intensive, and now that it's taught, I don't want to just abandon it. I mean, it's not truly loathesome, just on the dull side.


 8   Tobago
This is the next BGA title I hope to teach my mom. It's more complex by her standards (new iconography systems bog her down), but I feel the gameplay is good enough to try this one with her in a week or two.


 10   Baseball Highlights: 2045
With my nephew.

 8   Kingdom Builder: Crossroads

 10   Daytona 500
Shine was off this one a bit with 4p. I think I like the even distribution of cars in 3p. On the other hand, the bidding is fiercer in Daytona 500 when you have 4p and only 6 cars!



Life is busy. End of term assessment for my classes, and literacy assessments from the district, and report cards due. After I'm clear of this, I'll be smooth sailing for a while at work I think. I have the next two units of English planned, and the Social Studies textbook is strong enough that I can selective utilize it to drive our learning in class (first time teaching this course, so I'm just working with my own learning curve right now).

Next week I have plans to play a 4-5p game of Eclipse at Cornel's, which should be great. After that I have his "permission" to sell the game. He just wanted to try it one more time. (I'm actually hoping he likes it enough to buy it himself so we can play it a couple times a year.)

Games out:
After stalling out on sales the last little bit, I sold two this last week.
Food Chain Magnate - I sol dmy first copy to E, and we play it here and there. I bought a second copy because FOMO, but now that they announced a reprint (again!), I can sell my copy for a bit more than I paid for it, which is nice. Bonus: I'm getting it into the hands of a Brazilian guy who is visiting Canada. I know Brazilians have a hard time securing a lot of these games of ours.

Patchwork - Nat and I loved it when it first game out, but it was the star that burned brightly and briefly: despite it's obvious quality, we'd rather play longer games. So much so that I have basically decided to permanently ban my own purchases of small box games of all kinds. They never ever get played. 7 Wonders Duel, Morels, Patchwork - they all just gather dust.
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11. Board Game: Kupferkessel Co. [Average Rating:6.94 Overall Rank:1457]
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Last week's plays:

-10- Agricola (+France; Legen*dairy Forest; Chuck the Wood Chuck)
|9| Through the Ages: A New Story...
|9| Ticket to Ride: Nordic Countries
-8- Clank! (+Sunken Treasures)
-7.5- Ghost Stories (+Guardhouse; B-Rice Lee New!)
-7- Kupferkessel Co.
-7- Ticket to Ride (+USA 1910)

We had some appropriately-themed games lined up for Halloween. First, Kupferkessel Co.. I'd never tried it with three players before and we all found it much harder to collect the sets we needed. I think it works much better as a two-player. Ghost Stories was going well until B-Rice Lee showed up and stole a lot of our Qi, sending us into a downward spiral. His Qi-draining effect is very swingy and we suffered the high end of that variance. Next came Agricola, which we made slightly more Halloweeny by adding the Legen*dairy Forest Deck. One of my family turned into a werewolf on the first turn, while Kate found a friendly witch to help her predict the future.

The other games last week were two-player, waiting for baby to show up. We both played a theatre-focussed game of Through the Ages, with few aggressions although strength was still important for avoiding bad events. As the birth date approached, Kate wanted to play something to distract her but nothing too mentally taxing, so Ticket to Ride fit the bill. She still beat me!

We were scheduled to play Pandemic Legacy: Season 2 with the same group I played Season 1 with but that plan had to be cancelled as we prepared for a hospital visit instead. We've only just returned, after a week of tests, treatments and administrative errors (it felt like they'd never be allowed to leave). Both Kate and B are doing well and it's great to have them home. Pandemic may have to wait.
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12. Board Game: Throne and the Grail [Average Rating:7.50 Overall Rank:7284]
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 8   Throne and the Grail x5

So I did end up playing a few games last week, all of which being Throne and the Grail though! Morten, I'm catching up in terms of plays now!

I'm still really enjoying just how tight this little experience is in terms of what it offers in ~10 minutes or less.
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