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I've been meaning to do something like this on & off since I was approaching my 2 years' anniversary on BGG, but was just plain too bone idle to get around to it. Inspired by a GeekBuddy's recent GeekList (by doubtofbuddha, http://www.boardgamegeek.com/geeklist/52994/two-years-200-ga...), I thought I'd do the same.

So come closer, let me tell you of my journey...
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1. Board Game: HeroQuest [Average Rating:7.08 Overall Rank:548]
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Early Feb 2007: I'm having a bit of a rotten time with a personal crisis of sorts & being seriously unhappy with my well-paid, but miserable, job in the banking industry.

Late Feb 2007: I quit my shitty job & somehow get caught up in the euphoria of re-acquiring my old childhood GW favourites; particularly HeroQuest & Blood Bowl, with all the expansions & teams.
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2. Board Game: Amazon.com Book-ology [Average Rating:4.72 Unranked]
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March 2007 to pre-14th May 2007 - I'm still unemployed & haemorrhaging money quicker than Michael Jackson ever did. Also bored with endless job-hunting. Extremely bored. So I check amazon. co.uk on a whim to see what other crap game I can waste some more money on. War Of The Ring comes up & despite my inclination that Lord Of The Rings was & is for nerds, WotR catches my eye & speaks to me. There is a link to a review on some naff sounding website called BoardGameGeek so I click on it.

14th May 2007 - I register on BGG.
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3. Board Game: Arkham Horror [Average Rating:7.32 Overall Rank:238] [Average Rating:7.32 Unranked]
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14th May 2007 to end of 2007 - the job-hunting drops off dramatically & the 'all-consuming research' I tell my family about gathers momentum.

After deliberation, my first three acquistions from the local FLGS just up the road are:- Arkham Horror, Ticket To Ride:Europe & Colosseum.

My choice for my gateway game was Arkham Horror shake the rulebook freaks me out, but I perserve & grow to love the fiddly bits.

I ask my first 'has it arrived yet?' to the FLGS owner for Arkham Horror:King In Yellow while on holiday in Jamaica.

I join the local weekly group. My first session is Last Night On Earth.

Somehow, I meet my first GeekBuddy
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... how we started exchanging GeekMails is a distance memory. But we share the same enthusiasm for games.

I attend another weekly group a bit further away; unfortunately my ability to continually attend that group is now nigh on impossible but I am fond of two attendees that eased me into various games (
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, we still keep in touch).

My girlfriend (now fiancee & soon wife) starts playing all the new games & enjoys them very much. She particularly likes Colosseum & Carcassonne.

My game purchases begins to get out of control, yet I am in denial. I have a stack of games at the front of each shelf of my large IKEA wardrobe, they hide my shoes & various clothes.
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4. Board Game: The BoardGameGeek Game [Average Rating:6.04 Overall Rank:4191]
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Early 2008 to mid-2008 - I discover that being active on BGG involves several meta-aspects to the hobby; trading, GeekGold, avatars & microbadges, etc.

I have my first trade; BattleLore gets replaced by A Game Of Thrones. I hated AGoT but gave it two attempts. AGoT finally gets traded for something I like; Memoir '44.

I decide I want an avatar & beg.
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I find my first 'Grail' game; a shrink-wrapped edition of Goa from Playin' Games in London. How & why this was even still there in the first place is a mystery to me.

I play Race For The Galaxy for the first time. Hate it & swear to never touch it again.

I buy my first German-language game with language-independent components; Neuland.

Games purchases now official ridiculous; the shoes & squash/running kit have moved out of the shelves. The games are now two boxes deep in the wardrobe as I attempt to conceal my madness.

My girlfriend doesn't seem to be playing quite as much.

I decide to play my first 'ultra-serious' gamers' game; Age Of Steam. I lose terribly bad but am hooked like never before. I try to find a copy & fail... until I get a tip-off that a tiny store in Manchester had a copy. Sure enough, they did & I get a shrink-wrapped AoS 2nd edition. This grows on me to become my all-time favourite game.
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5. Board Game: Le Havre Expansion: Essen Promo Cards [Average Rating:7.43 Unranked] [Average Rating:7.43 Unranked]
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Mid-2008 to Late-2008 - I play RftG again & unexpectedly fall in love with it.

Through The Ages & Twilight Struggle storm up my list of favourite games.

I make my first pre-orders; the Treefrog subscription for Tinner's Trail, After The Floor, Steel Driver & Waterloo.

I don't do as much running or weight-lifting as usual; too busy having fun with games.

Me & my closest gaming buddy decide to go to our first Essen on a whim. I spend too much money & end up with a big pile of games on the floor when I get home with nowhere to put them.

I become one of Dominion's fanboys & hardly touch RftG.

My girlfriend has stopped playing. I stop pestering her for a game
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6. Board Game: Game of the Year [Average Rating:4.60 Overall Rank:14942]
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2009 - I sell a few games to make way for new games. Some of the departed were unplayed - madness!

I continue to play & prefer Dominion over RftG.

Me & my buddy go to Essen. This time, with a 3rd Geek in tow. I spend too much money again & have an even bigger pile in the middle of the floor when I get home.
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7. Board Game: Netrunner [Average Rating:7.44 Overall Rank:586]
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2010 - I decide that I do prefer RftG over Dominion after all.

The realisation hits me that I *do* have far too many games. I sell a large (for me anyway!) 20-25 games in the first two months of the year, all stuff I no longer want. I decide to puit the money towards the wedding in June.

I am officially accredited as a games designer (to my mind at least) when I discover I am credited for one of the designs in the Le Grand Hameau expansion for Le Havre!

Despite having a number of items on my wishlist, I have finally reached a point where I don't particularly want anything else other than expansions for existing games.

I get introduced to a 'dead' CCG called Netrunner after enjoying Warhammer:Invasion. Never played any of the CCGs before so my expectation are seriously low. Instead, I am blown away & without a moment's hesitation plough my hard-earnt money into buying a single large collection of Netrunner cards.

I start running seriously again to get back into Baywatch-shape for the wedding & honeymoon. Surely a few hours a week less on BGG can't hurt, can it?
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8. Board Game: Le Havre [Average Rating:7.91 Overall Rank:37]
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Tonksey's #10 - Le Havre instantly knocked Agricola out of the ball park for me. I particularly liked the assymetrical number of turns each player gets per round. This along with other constraints such as the increasing harvest requirements & various resources to amass/use efficiently makes the game shine on its own, whereas I felt Agricola was a very good worker placement game (but not my favourite one), but still yet another worker placement fame.

So, Le havre was a triumph over Agricola.
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9. Board Game: Puerto Rico [Average Rating:8.06 Overall Rank:16]
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Tonksey's #9 - Puerto Rico is on the list because I feel the game is as good as its reputation merits.

The role selection & bonuses are what makes PR such a classic; everyone will do the same actions in the same order during the whole game, but the result of gaining a different bonus each turn & the role selection of each player, the game continues to show its elegance without becoming stale over time.
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10. Board Game: Tigris & Euphrates [Average Rating:7.72 Overall Rank:70]
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Tonksey's #8 - the best area control game I've ever played. It has to be said again; the scoring mechanism is what makes T&E works so well & forces each player to play aggressive or lose.

I tend to find that players who take a skilled & calculated risk when attempting a conflict to gain points by way of removing opponents' tiles and/or connecting to temples win more games than those who sit back hoping to defend what they began.
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11. Board Game: Race for the Galaxy [Average Rating:7.77 Overall Rank:50]
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Tonksey's #7 - although I hated RftG when I first played it, I'm glad I spontaneously decided to give it another whirl. I'm not sure if it was the myriad of icons or if I was taught badly on my first game, but I didn't connect with the game at all.

While there is a lot of truth that RftG shares a lot of the same core mechanisms with San Juan & Puerto Rico, the sheer variety of unique cards with various icons of 6(?) types provides even more routes to victory than either of those two games.

It a helluva quicker game which makes building up an engine quicker more important than SJ & PR.
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12. Board Game: Caylus [Average Rating:7.83 Overall Rank:45]
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Tonksey's #6 - my favourite worker placement game of them all (even over Agricola). Another game where minimal luck & group-driven dynamics are the notable characteristics to see.

The plethora of actions there are available to any player each turn & the use of the provost as a timing mechanism as well as a tool for some nasty game-play work so well in Caylus. I also like the challenge of getting a Prestige building built by yourself as the opportunities can be fairly limited due to when the Architect(?) may be built, if at all, & the slowness of obtaining gold.

How & why this is ranked higher on BGG is a mytery to me.
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13. Board Game: Warhammer: Invasion [Average Rating:7.25 Overall Rank:451]
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Tonksey's #5 - perhaps this one might be a surprise to see on a list reasonably dominated by some real BGG favourites.

I never got into Magic, or any other CCG, when it first came out due to a lack of exposure to myself. Even when I did hear about it, I stayed away due to the expensive it sounded to involve. The concept intrigued me nevertheless. So when the LCG format started to come about courtesy of FFG, I was immediately interested & bought Warhammer:Invasion on release.

Although I'm sure it's not as good as Magic, Warhammer:Invasion is excellent & the LCG format works extremely well giving each player the same cards in any given battle pack. The simplicity of the cards, their abilities in different sections, the use of the power symbols for resources, drawing cards or fighting ability works very well & effortlessly.
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14. Board Game: Twilight Struggle [Average Rating:8.34 Overall Rank:4]
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Tonksey's #4 - this was the first game that, I think, I ever rated a 10 & my first absolute favourite game. A wonderfully tense game from the word go; you always feel you are lacking influences in certain areas & an element of paranoia can set in (for me anyway!) when my opponent starts placing several influence in one region & the region's scoring card hasn't come up yet or has been re-shuffled into the deck.

Having to trigger the event on a card that is alligned with your opponent no matter what you do (unless you throw it in the Space Race) is ingenious. Timing is crucial & constantly trying not to slip behind in control in regions/military is important.

Before the Deluxe edition came out, the only real problem for me were the flimsy board & the use of the Wargames card in Late War has always felt anti-climatic, regardless of whether I'm on the winning or losing side.

Still one tiny card isn't going to stop Twilight Struggle be an absolute favourite...
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15. Board Game: Through the Ages: A Story of Civilization [Average Rating:8.03 Overall Rank:26]
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Tonksey's #3 - fiddly as hell, yes. But a superb civilisation game with no map, oddly. Yet it all works like clockwork. You can really appreciate the amount of playtesting that must have gone into this beast & the designer/original publisher did a fantastic job of keeping all the information on the various card types clear & simple enough to understand with a glance. It would have been so easy to make a dog's meal of this without the lack of care required...

The sheer number of options available is bewildering & I don't think I've even explored half of them yet. Getting an infrstructure early on in the game is key; there have been a couple of times where I've struggle for producing Science, Resources or Agriculture. But it seems as if there's always a way around sorting out your problems.

I've only ever played 2-player games which have been about 3 hours, with another player that knows what he's doing that isn't too bad. But with new players or even 3/4 players this could be one that goes on a long time...
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16. Board Game: Netrunner [Average Rating:7.44 Overall Rank:586]
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Tonksey's #2 - again, possibly another surprise on this list. A 'dead' CCG? A gaming buddy of mine suggested playing a game of Netrunner recently & I thought 'why not?' so I borrower some cards & the rules. On looking through the cards, my expectation dropped, to be honest. I've always felt CCGs had a stigma around them & seemed exceedingly complicated, for some reason.

So I played a game anyway, and I was hooked. I love the complete assymetry of the Runner & Corporation player, yet the game feels rather balanced. Although both players are trying to score Agendas, the way they both do this is completely different from each other. Various Program cards (for the Runner) work better against certain Ice cards(Corp) or not at all, so there's a real game of cat-and-mouse in there.

I was lucky enough to buy a large box of Netrunner cards for a good price. So I've felt able to construct decks (though I expect I'm not doing very well at that currently!) without too much trouble. As it's 'dead', I don't feel as if I'd be trailing behind like I would in Magic.
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17. Board Game: Age of Steam [Average Rating:7.69 Overall Rank:116]
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Tonksey's #1 - finally, here it is. If I could only keep one game & play it for the rest of my life, it'd probably be Age Of Steam.

The most intense & brutal game I know of; make one big mistake & you're done for. Everything counts in AoS - turn order, where you choose to build your links, how much money you choose to take each turn, the role you choose.

It's a really good feeling when you see your company begin to climb out of debt into profit as well as when an opponents sees no other option but to use your links & grudgingly give you some income. A couple of my great rivalries in my group comes through Age Of Steam & it really adds to the banter we have.

I also own Steam & Steam Barons; so I have frequently wondered which version I like best. I still prefer the original AoS but I do feel that where Steam does it better is through the goods being able to be selected by the players onto the map & not having to rely on the dice rolls to fall your way in AoS.

Each time I play AoS, I applaud Martin Wallace.
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