The CBBS Game Night is Likely to be Eaten by a Grue
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On October 9, 2010, fourteen brave adventurers traveled to a land beyond imagining (i.e. the Official CBBS Gaming Basement) in order to play games. The grue-fighters were Tim, Andy, Mary, Nyck, Scott, Sandy, Jim, Dave, Eric, Nathaniel, Lynette, Alan, Michael, and newcomer Crazy Joe.

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1. Board Game: SET [Average Rating:6.48 Overall Rank:1261]
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Start time: 6:36pm
End time: 6:50pm


The trend in recent months is for the gamers to arrive later and later to the Game Night, which is clearly unacceptable and shall not be borne. When we finally reached a quorum we dealt out a deck's worth of SETs, just to get the blood flowing back into Tim's brain.



Tim, Andy, Mary, Nyck, Scott, Jim, Dave, and Eric all got at least one SET, and thus did not shame themselves or their families.
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2. Board Game: Krypto [Average Rating:6.37 Overall Rank:9686]
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Start time: 6:45pm
End time: 7:00pm SHARP


Of course, with this crowd one straggle-inner wasn't going to be enough, so we dealt out some Krypto hands, as well.


We did not find the traditional worthy puzzle to share with our readers, so we shall construct one on the spot:

17 13 1 10 23 => 11

Spoiler (click to reveal)
13-(23+10+1)/17 = 11
(23+10)/(17-(13+1)) = 11
(13-(10+1))*17-23 = 11
13-10/(23-(17+1)) = 11
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3. Board Game: Chrononauts [Average Rating:6.21 Overall Rank:2042] [Average Rating:6.21 Unranked]
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Start time: 7:00pm
End time: 8:20pm (two games)


Seven o'clock is when we traditionally move to the main session of Game Night; if you show up later than that you risk having to sit around doing nothing until the next reconfig. However, we are a magnanimous crew at the CBBS, and thus despite only having 10 gamers in hand we started with a three-table configuration, to allow room for any last-minute stragglers. Unfortunately, only Chrononauts, on Table Three, could play more than four, so when we had four post-7pm arrivals, they were forced into playing a longer six-player game. Nevertheless, game-splainer Nyck came through admirably, and he, Alan, Jim, Michael, Nathaniel, and Crazy Joe managed two full games in the allotted time.


Alas, we can only give the final results: Jim won the first game by "Artifacts", while Crazy Joe won game #2 by "I.D.".
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4. Board Game: Before the Wind [Average Rating:6.67 Overall Rank:1681]
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Start time: 7:00pm
End time: Ten frickin' o'clock


Andy can always be counted on to bring a new (at least to us) game, and to commandeer Table Two for an undetermined amount of time to run it. As expected, Before the Wind would run long, which screwed up our configuration schedule - but nobody really cares about that, so whatever. He was joined by Sandy, Mary, and Scott.


After three hours, Scott was able to gather 64 points, which apparently was enough for the victory. Andy came in a distant second with 41, while Mary earned 38 and Sandy gained 35.
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5. Board Game: Tobago [Average Rating:7.13 Overall Rank:400]
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Start time: 7ish
End time: 8:20pm


Over on Table One, Tim had finally managed to finagle his own copy of Tobago, and so he forced Dave, Eric, and a late-arriving Lynette into joining him for its inaugural playing.


There are three main phases to this game: before the first twelve treasure cards have been distributed (and, thus, before the curses can come out), the curse phase, and then after the last curse has been found. The key to early placement is to try and get as many of your clues on the first couple of treasures to be found as possible; this means playing the right kind of clues, ones that dramatically reduce the possible locations and thus make it more likely those treasures will be found first. Dave, unfortunately, made the rookie mistake of loading up four of his clues on the brown treasure; when the black and greys were found first, the browns were in danger of turning up a curse - which, perversely, they did on the first card, basically nullifying most of Dave's plays in the early going. For a family friendly game, Tobago does have some rather harsh lessons on its learning curve.

Managing the curse phase is the most interesting part of the game - you don't want too many clues deep in the stack, and it's always best if you find the treasure so you can get out early - but it seems the really big points are to be found, without danger, pre- and post-curse. Tim managed to avoid being a part of any cursed finds, choosing to stock up on amulets in the middle part of the game, and that meant he could place a clue and dig up a treasure on the same turn a couple times. A couple of five point treasure cards early and a lucky five and six late would give him an insurmountable 52 point final score. Eric got a good sixer early and had an amulet to protect against the second curse, finishing the game with 25 points. Lynette had a ton of amulets but the game ended before she could make the best use of them and she finished with 20 points. Dave did manage to finally score one treasure, worth four points.
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6. Board Game: Lectio [Average Rating:6.87 Overall Rank:2435]
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Start time: 8:25pm
End time: 9:10pm


With Table Two indisposed, the other two tables performed a mini-reconfig to even out their numbers. Nyck chose Lectio as his five-player choice, and was joined on Table Three by Nathaniel, Alan, Dave, and Eric.


It appears that newcomer Eric was the big winner, with 205 points, while Alan and Dave both made a profit at 165 and 150, respectively. On the red side of the ledger, Nyck and Nathaniel funded the gains of the others, dropping to 135 and 90 points, respectively.
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7. Board Game: Code 777 [Average Rating:6.73 Overall Rank:1432]
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Start time: 8:35pm
End time: 9:30pm


Meanwhile, on Table One, Tim took this opportunity to play another of his new acquisitions, Code 777. He was joined by Lynette, Jim, Crazy Joe, and Michael.


We had a false start when Tim was not very clear on the winning conditions - three correct guesses, not one, and thus one should not start discussing the reasons behind your guesses (correct or otherwise) while the game is still going on. Also, while the new edition has nice tiles and room for a fifth player, the non-color worksheets, without the card questions written on them, were disappointing and rather hard to use.

At any rate, once we got our sea legs under us, the game went over fairly well. There are a few rather tricky situations one must look out for - most of the incorrect guesses came from faulty deductions about colors; if a question asks whether there are more pinks or greens, an answer that seems to suggest you have neither could also mean you have one of each.

We called the game after Tim had made two correct deductions; Lynette, Michael, and Jim each had one correct and one incorrect guess, while Crazy Joe made one incorrect guess.
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8. Board Game: Pony Express [Average Rating:6.47 Overall Rank:2886]
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Start time: 9:15pm
End time: Bananas!


Even our mini-config failed to keep us in sync, so Table Three found the need for another game to bridge to the main config. The game that was chosen was Pony Express, and it was played by Nyck, Alan, Dave, Nathaniel, and Eric.


This reporter isn't sure, but it's possible that the gamers developed their own victory conditions rather than relying on the official ones. It appears that there was a four-way shootout in Sacramento, with Dave killing Eric, Nyck killing Dave, and finally Alan killing Nyck - which can't actually happen in the official rules, as there should only be one final shootout between the first and second players to reach Sacramento. Perhaps that was considered an unsatisfying way to end this game, or maybe they just liked flicking dice at each other.

We have further notes that Dave killed the most in various shootouts, while Eric was the most accurate.
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9. Board Game: Queen's Ransom [Average Rating:5.77 Overall Rank:8958]
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Start time: 9:30pm
End time: 10:00pm


Now Table One was out of sync, so Tim brought out yet another new game, Queen's Ransom, which fit thematically with Code 777 as it is yet another deduction game. This time, however, a correct guess really does end the game, and it's more about finding the right hidden information than making logical inferences, but whatever. The investigators were Tim, Lynette, Jim, Crazy Joe, and Michael.


Jim and Lynette spent the game looking at Suspect cards, while Crazy Joe, who had only special cards and could rarely buy clues, spent most of the game shuffling those Suspect cards around. Tim was slowly tracking down Location information on the other side of the board, but Michael was able to find both the Suspect and Location +2 cards and made a correct guess first. A +2 card is not a guarantee that that Suspect or Location is the correct one, but given the number of special cards that can move things around it might be worth taking a gamble if you know where they are before everything changes.
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10. Board Game: Ligretto [Average Rating:6.20 Overall Rank:2415]
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Start time: 10 or so. Who's counting?
End time: Ten thirty. Maybe ten forty. What's it to you?


With Before the Wind finally over, it was now necessary for the remnants of Table One and Two to bridge until Table Three was done. With the awkward number of seven gamers left, Tim made the unilateral and, frankly, rather unpopular decision to force everybody into a big game of Ligretto. Lynette, Scott, Andy, Crazy Joe, Michael, and Mary meekly submitted to his will.


The great thing about Ligretto is that almost everybody scores negative points on most hands. Tim was the only one to consistently score positive points - the key is, logically enough, to play really fast, and get as many cards out as possible. Playing two from the talon is worth playing one from your Ligretto stack, so you can often make up in volume what you can't get from reducing your stack.

Accordingly, after 7 rounds, Tim won the game with 42 points. Mary had been alternating positive and negative scores, but went out big in the last two rounds to earn 24 points and second place. But that would be it for the positive scores; Lynette's third place finish was won with a total of -1 points, while Andy finished with -13, Michael scored -16, Scott had -17, and Crazy Joe allowed the game to end by losing 79 points over the course of the game.
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11. Board Game: Hacienda [Average Rating:6.97 Overall Rank:739]
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Start time: 10:45pm
End time: Pampas time, baby!


It was now, finally, time for a full reconfig; with eight gamers left the obvious choice was two four player games. What was not obvious was what two games they should be, so once again Tim forced Table One to play a game he had wanted to get to the table again for a while, Hacienda. Of course, as Tim would be at Table Two, Lynette would have to lead Scott, Alan, and Mary in building across the South American pampas.


Scott built the most markets on the way to a tight victory (128 to 126) over Lynette, who built the most water. Alan and Mary trailed behind with 89 and 84 points, respectively.
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12. Board Game: The Golden City [Average Rating:6.62 Overall Rank:1780]
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Start time: 11:00pm
End time: Midnight, exactly


Meanwhile, Tim took this opportunity to pull out a relatively new game for its sophomore playing: The Golden City. He was joined at Table Two by Nyck, Andy, and Jim.


There is definitely a lot of luck in what landform cards come up when, and a little bit of luck in how the scoring cards come out, but it is clear that proper money management is the key to doing well in this game. If you are ever out of coins, you will lose a key landform set, and that will set you back at least a turn in your quest to get into the city or get the right goods. There is also a subtler bit of strategy with the card play and the interaction with the board; the more you can avoid using double cards as jokers the better off you will be, although timing issues could trump that, as the big points are in getting to the city first, closing off key areas, and grabbing key goods at the right time.

Let it be known throughout the land that Tim, apparently, really sucks at this game. Part of the problem was that he started with desert and mountain cards, but his initial foray into the desert was immediately blocked on his left (the mountain side) by Nyck. Without any port cards left he had to use his mountains as jokers to build in the desert and forest, and, as indicated above, that is usually a bad idea. Plus, he wasted some coins early and was constantly getting thumped in the landform bidding by Nyck and Jim, who, for some reason, always had tons of coins. Despite being the first one to build into the inner city, he suffered the indignity of scoring just 60 points and finishing in last place.

Andy had grabbed the key forest/grassland river location, and leveraged that into building on the grassland section of the city; but he, too, ran out of coins early and could only score 61 points. Nyck and Jim, meanwhile, were building in the mountains and desert; all four players ended up with good presences in the city (and were each first in a different quadrant of the inner city) - but Jim took the lead on goods and scored a lot of short term points. In the end that was probably the difference as he won with 76, while Nyck finished in second with 66.
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13. Board Game: Ra [Average Rating:7.47 Overall Rank:137]
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Start time: 12:20am
End time: 1:20am


Table One was taking its own sweet time with Hacienda, so Table One needed a rare late night bridge game. Actually, Ra is a full-sized Eurogame, worthy of a reconfig in its own right, but whatever. The rulers of ancient Egypt were Tim, Nyck, Andy, Nathaniel, and Jim.


The fundamental decision in this game is whether to bid early when key sets come up or hold out and try to get a big windfall at the end. How it all works out depends upon how fast the Ra tiles come and whether you can force the opponents with higher tiles than you to use them or not. In this game Andy got a big windfall in Epoch I, after a smart "Ra" call forced Tim to use his 13 (to get a civ and a flood) with four or five Ra tiles to go. With free reign and a couple sun tiles to use, he cemented his lead in Pharoahs and got four civs, and he never really looked back. Epoch II was basically a push, as the Ra tiles came fast and heavy, and while Tim and Jim managed to outwait Andy in Epoch III, the potential windfalls were spoiled by disasters. When the final Ra tile fell, Andy was the runaway winner with 50 points; Nathaniel rode his strong monument collection to second place with 32 points, while Jim's Niles and Monuments earned him 31 for third. Tim couldn't buy a civ or a flood in the last round and fell to 25 points and fourth. Nyck rounded out the crew with 12 points.
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14. Board Game: Roll Through the Ages: The Bronze Age [Average Rating:6.90 Overall Rank:590]
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Start time: 1:40am
End time: 2:40am


Just four of us had the gumption to start a game at 1:40 in the AM; those four were Tim, Andy, Nyck, and Nathaniel, and the game was Roll Through the Ages: The Bronze Age.


Tim had trouble rolling workers in the early game, which often is a recipe for disaster - but it meant that he was able to get Coinage early, which made the coins he kept rolling much more valuable. That, in turn, allowed him to get Medicine fairly early, which was important as this would be a game full of Pestilence. In fact, while Andy could not roll food to save his life, he often rolled three Skulls for Pestilence (we figured he shipped the diseased bodies of his peasants to the neighboring countries after they starved to death), meaning disaster points would be the order of the day. All those goods allowed Andy to be the only one to achieve Empire, but he couldn't build enough monuments to offset his famine losses. Meanwhile, Tim used Coinage to build a bunch of mid-value improvements like Quarrying, Masonry, and Engineering, which ultimately gave him enough workers to build three monuments on his way to his 24 point victory. Nathaniel built the Great Pyramid and a couple other monuments, and avoided too many disasters to finish with 17 points and second place. Andy's Famine and Plague State strategy caught up with him and he could only earn 7 points, while Nyck's shipping strategy came too late and he came in last with 5 points.
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15. Board Game: Miscellaneous Game Accessory [Average Rating:7.07 Overall Rank:3821] [Average Rating:7.07 Overall Rank:75]
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The lesson of this game night is that Wasabi Peas and the Italian Four Cheese Cheezits are not big favorites of the CBBS. On the other hand, Spicy Sweet Chili Doritos, baked kettle chips, the sour and chewey Warheads, Swedish Fish, the Digestive Health Mix, Peanut and Almond M&Ms, and the melange of chocolate-enrobed minidonuts, walnut brownie bites, and chocolate donut holes are, apparently, worthy of being snacked upon by our delicate palates. Someone also brought a veggie plate, for those twisted souls who are into that kind of thing.

As Andy was back in town, we did have available a small ration of Light Cherry Limeade, smuggled from across the New Mexico border. Unfortunately, they were all gone before your gracious host could partake, so he had to make due with the regular fare of Fresca and Light Lemonade - as well as a few teeny bottles of San Pellegrino Limonata soda.

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