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Nov. 10th - What is on Tap?

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Nov. 10th - What is on Tap?

Postby mattmiller » Mon Nov 09, 2009 1:03 pm

I was thinking of coming to board game night, what are the games of the week this week?
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Re: Nov. 10th - What is on Tap?

Postby SheepBoy » Mon Nov 09, 2009 4:56 pm

Maybe the 'Carnage' variant of Pandemic!

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Re: Nov. 10th - What is on Tap?

Postby DrFaust » Mon Nov 09, 2009 11:52 pm

I'm taking a board game sabbatical this week, I think.

I'll wager, however, that Alex's tote bag will include no fewer than three of the following:
  • Agricola
  • Power Grid
  • Citadels
  • Le Havre
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Re: Nov. 10th - What is on Tap?

Postby aleph-null » Tue Nov 10, 2009 12:06 am

Hiya Matt!

I generally have Citadels, Fluxx and a deck of playing cards in my bag, since it's small and easy to whip out. Sarah's got Agricola covered for the most part and Luke has brought Power Grid a number of times now. I often do drag out the store's copy of Le Havre and I've been bringing Conflict of Heroes on a semi-regular basis. I'd certainly be interested in running one of the larger scenarios if anyone is up for it.

I can bring Pandemic + Expansion (I'll bring the boards and bits, someone else can cover the actual contagion). Catan and Carcassone are always good fall backs.


ps. Would anyone be interested in playing Bridge?
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Re: Nov. 10th - What is on Tap?

Postby Houser » Tue Nov 10, 2009 9:30 am

Unfortunately Grad school is picking up again. I'm going to have to skip game night tonight in order to do about 5 hours of homework. And it's not even fun homework like (make a soft drink commercial).... it's "Answer the questions at the end of the chapter" busy-work homework. :( pooh
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Re: Nov. 10th - What is on Tap?

Postby rustedovertones » Tue Nov 10, 2009 10:34 am

I'm thinking I'm going to take the night off as well, I've been hitting a low temp and coughing a lot, and am not going to work, so I figure I'll do you guys the same courtesy of not infecting you. Unless you really want to play REAL pandemic? :) So, have fun!

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