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Title: "Classic" games (board games, pen'n'paper RPG, Ring a Ring o' Roses...)
Post by: ettanb on February 07, 2013, 04:19:51 pm
Do you play something different than computer games?

I kinda like board games, in particular the cooperative ones.
I like playing Pandemic, Ghost Stories for example. About more common competitive games I like 7-Wonders or Dominion.
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Post by: Chocofreak13 on February 07, 2013, 04:24:17 pm
if you poke around the forum games and role playing section, you'll find a lot of us are interested in Tabletop RPGs. only thing is we eliminate the tabletop since we do it all over skype.
Title: Re: "Classic" games (board games, pen'n'paper RPG, Ring a Ring o' Roses...)
Post by: Penti-chan on February 07, 2013, 04:30:08 pm
We do in fact have a love of tabletop games. If you're on Skype, we're trying to get our Changeling: The Dreaming game up and going again, if you're interested

I also have rulebooks for Advanced Dungeons & Dragons 2nd Edition, Dungeons: The Dragoning (A parody RPG that mashes everything together), and Maid RPG; which I'd love to play any one of them eventually if I could get enough interest
Title: Re: "Classic" games (board games, pen'n'paper RPG, Ring a Ring o' Roses...)
Post by: Pitkin on February 07, 2013, 04:34:21 pm
I'm a big fan of board games and have or have had the four games you mentioned. ^.^

Back when I still lived in Finland my friends and I used to carry Pandemic around and play during the lunch breaks at university. It's a very nice cooperative game, just like Ghost Stories. Dominion Fedora-Tan and I bought and tried a couple of times, but it didn't turn out a great success and we re-sold it very shortly after. 7 Wonders we have as well, but we've only played it once as a group of six: I remember mostly being dominated by my two neighbours, but it was fun anyway.

I'm a big fan of many Vlaada Chvatil games: Space Alert is one of my favourites, as is Dungeon Lords (like a board game made of Dungeon Keeper). Through the Ages has big potential too, though I've never played it with more than two players. Galaxy Trucker has also been a game liked by everyone I've shown it to, it's got excellent social ambience when all the players are picking through the same pile of junk to find just the fitting part for their spaceships. x)

From the "American style games", my favourite is Arkham Horror and its half a dozen expansions. Its spinoff, the Mansions of Madness, is so-so: have played one excellent game of it and a totally miserable one. Its problem, like with nearly all games where one player is the "dungeon master", is that the DM should play more to make the game exciting for others and not to win, as in the latter case they end up using some extremely boring methods and it becomes mind-numbing.

Recently I've been playing a lot of a couple of very light games such as Dixit and Timeline, and also the Pillars of Earth and Archipelago. These last two are really excellent and I'm totally in love with them at the moment.

Finally, I'd also like to mention Lord of the Rings, which was the first cooperative game I ever played years ago (which with the Sauron expansion easily falls into the dilemma I described above with MoM), and which is the only game I've played in three different languages. ^^
Title: Re: "Classic" games (board games, pen'n'paper RPG, Ring a Ring o' Roses...)
Post by: alfonso_rd_30 on February 07, 2013, 07:08:01 pm
well,Personally I ike to play some games... monopoly, snakes and stairs, the loteria game is cool, but I lose so much is costly

I have my yu-Gi_Oh deck laying around here too
Title: Re: "Classic" games (board games, pen'n'paper RPG, Ring a Ring o' Roses...)
Post by: Chocofreak13 on February 08, 2013, 01:08:56 am
@pitkin: i think we had a game similar to Ghost Stories when i was young, it was Goosebumps card game where several people would tell a story, each person laying down a card and using the cue given to continue the narrative. we lost all the cards but one, the Big Sister card. too bad, that game was fun. xD


board games i've enjoyed over the years have included the Buffy the Vampire Slayer board game, Mouse Trap (which, since i got it in Canada, came with instructions both in english and french 8) ), 1313 Dead End Drive, and 221B Baker Street (got at a swap meet, one of the best games/purchases we've ever gotten/made).

the Buffy game basically entailed entering the persona of one of the main 4 fighters of the show (Buffy, Xander, Willow, or Oz) to fight off vampires. i think you may have been able to assume the role of a villian, but i'm not 100% on that. the basic goal was to kill off the main villian of that game (it varied from game to game).

Mouse Trap (for those unaware) is a kid's game filled with bright, colourful plastic pieces that you're supposed to assemble to form the Mouse Trap the game implies. the mouse who is caught at the end loses. most of the time, though, we just set it up and played around with it. xD

1313 Dead End drive was sort of like a mashup of the other 3 games i mentioned. once you got the bitch set up, the goal was to kill off the other members (i think; it's been a long time since we've played) while avoiding being killed yourself.

221B Baker Street might sound familiar to some people, and it should. that was the residence of the famous detective Sherlock Holmes. as such, the entire game is you taking on the role of Holmes to solve a mystery given to you on a card. you could order additional cases and other parts for the game, but given that it came out in 76' i doubt they exist now. too bad, i'd love the expanded cases sets (each one had 20 cases, and there were 8 of them, so yeah....).

Another game we had and i enjoyed (but forgot to write in) was Clue. i think my sister still has it, but like 1313 Dead End Drive and 221B Baker Street, the mystery and challenge involved always made it fun, since each time was different. :3



hasn't been mentioned yet, but card games have always been popular in my family, and not just among me and my sister. when i was young, i was taught to play Kings in the Corner by my grandmother, in a game with several members of the family. luck was with me and i ended up winning the game on my first turn. -w-

when i went to sweden, my father/uncle felix taught me and my sister to play chow sept. my cousins couldn't speak english at that point, so we communicated by playing the card game. it was really fun, but there's something pout-worthy of being beaten by someone who can't even gloat in a way you'd understand. not that it mattered. but lisa kicked our asses a couple times at it. she was fierce and cunning to boot. xD

when i was about 8, my sister got a book of card games at a book fair. someone told me it wasn't good for kids to gamble, but i learned Rummy anyway and it became my game for a couple years. i loved that game, and though i forget how to play, it still has a soft spot in my heart since we had such a passion for it. -w-

though i've never had the patience for it, i do love playing solitare on the computer. it makes you feel kinda smart when you can crack the puzzle they've laid out for you. -w-

the last card game i'll mention would be Koi Koi, aka Hanafuda. it's played with Hanafuda cards, originating in Japan, and i only got into it last year after seeing the movie Summer Wars. since then, i've become basically obsessed with it, frequently kicking the computer's ass at it on my iphone (a welcome break from the flash version i learned on; i probably lost twice as often as i won on that thing >>; ). i plan on getting a set of the cards before my birthday, so i can play with people in person. ^^
Title: Re: "Classic" games (board games, pen'n'paper RPG, Ring a Ring o' Roses...)
Post by: Penti-chan on February 08, 2013, 02:21:56 am
In terms of board games, one I enjoyed (That I have in storage somewhere) was Harry Potter: Mystery At Hogwarts. It was just a clone of Clue, but with Harry Potter characters, but it was such fun; getting a game going with my sister and grandma on Sunday afternoons :3

When I was little, one I enjoyed that's on the obscure side is The Uncle Wiggly Game. It's kind of like Candy Land, in that you're trying to help your character reach the end of the board, but it's more complex in that it required basic reading skills from what I remember (Since the cards would tell you what to do next; whither it be "move forward 2 spaces" or "you got lost in the woods. Lose a turn"). A shame this game is so obscure; my sister and I loved it more than the much more well-known Candy Land

It's more of a dice game than anything, but I do enjoy Yatzee from time to time. I'd love to modify the rules to work with a d20 >w>;;

As far as card games, I used to be big into the Pokemon Trading Card Game back in the day. My sister and I used to spend days planning out a new deck, and then battle each other Saturday afternoon while we were stuck at the museum with mom (Who was working). That unfortunately died out when my sister started losing interest in Pokemon (Around the time Pokemon Gold\Silver came out). I also used to play Magic: The Gathering with some of my sister's friends; I haven't played since about '07 or so, but still have all my decks in case I ever decide to play again.

During my trip last summer, Kari introduced me to Apples To Apples. I've considered eventually picking that game up; it was fun playing that over dinner one night :3

I also enjoy Uno. I have a Nintendo-themed set, and often managed to get epic games of it going over the years. My sister and I used to play a modified ruleset that allowed for 1-on-1 play (Typically you require at least 3 people to play it), which while fun, was also often frustrating due to the fact there wasn't any regulation on how many skips and\or reverse cards you can play in a row, allowing you to lock out your opponent from doing anything while you effortlessly clear your hand. I had considered revising that ruleset a bit to make it more balanced, but since I typically manage to get 3 or more players when I get a game going, I never got around to it.

Another one we enjoyed, which I have floating around somewhere, is the Harry Potter Quidditch card game. It was a variant on the old card game, War, but with changes to accommodate to the rules of Quidditch as established in the novels. Each round started with a ball card going out, and then you and your opponent would play the appropriate player card to try and score the ball; whomever played a card with a bigger number would get the point. The game ends once you manage to catch the Golden Snitch, but often times we'd keep going until the pile of ball cards was empty and then total our scores up. My sister and I spent many hours playing this game, and one time had a day-long battle going to see who was the best. We actually enjoyed this one much more than the fancier Quidditch board game, since it was easier to pick up and play.
Title: Re: "Classic" games (board games, pen'n'paper RPG, Ring a Ring o' Roses...)
Post by: NejinOniwa on February 08, 2013, 02:29:36 am
Ah, card games. The clan has fiercely adopted a sort of variant on 5-card poker known as Fifteen, or Chicago (we say Fifteen), and we play it very often whenever we're out traveling together.

Also continuing on the issue of number-named games, there's 500, which we play considerably less because dad is a strategic jackass who beats the crap out of anyone who ever plays against him. If he's not around, though, we take a spin on that sometimes.

I was never one for MTG, and while I did collect Pokémon cards for some time I never actually played a proper game of it. However, I own several Munchkin decks, and my clone and others of the clan have a tendency to play it when I can get enough nerds together.
Title: Re: "Classic" games (board games, pen'n'paper RPG, Ring a Ring o' Roses...)
Post by: Chocofreak13 on February 08, 2013, 03:28:33 am
if you ever come back here you are bringing munchkin. no arguements.

@pokemon: i have several cards but never played. never learned. i just collected them cause they were pretty. >>;
@uno: one of the games my grandparents had; i used to play with my sister and whoever else we could find. :3
@harry potter: we had/have a harry potter trivia game that was pretty fun. it only covered up through the 4th book, but that was just fine since we all stopped around there anyway. xD
i also have an HP card game around somewhere but i've never played with anyone. :[
@war: classic game i usd to play when i was very young.
@candyland: has been a favourite among everyone i know since i was small. nowadays whenever we play it's just for the hipster appeal of playing a kid's game. xD
@apples to apples: i think my sister or one of her friends introduced me to it. loved it ever since. it's great for breaking the ice, though lugging around my copy is a wee bit difficult. :\
Title: Re: "Classic" games (board games, pen'n'paper RPG, Ring a Ring o' Roses...)
Post by: Pitkin on February 08, 2013, 04:14:48 am
I think the name of Ghost Stories is misleading you, Choco, or there are two games with the same name. The Ghost Stories I meant has nine tiles in the centre representing a town, which gets attacked by ghosts and demons from four different directions - forest, swamp, lake and mountains, I think. The players move in the town, asking for assistance from the nine citizens and then exorcising the ghosts to the best of their abilities. The big bad guy is called Wu Feng, who can reincarnate in some ten different forms, including the infamous Chuck no-Rice. x)

[spoiler="Picture of Ghost Stories"]
(http://3.bp.blogspot.com/-EtXUkwGuDz4/TtfofVb4bMI/AAAAAAAAAEc/hX5Q0pyXEfM/s1600/ghoststories-rules-3D.jpg)[/spoiler]

Speaking of card games, I'm not an enormous fan of them. Games with a traditional deck of cards I don't really like at all, whether it's poker, baccarat or blackjack. Uno is okay though, in limited amounts.

Collectible card games are an even bigger no-no to me, though Fedora-Tan used to play MTG when he was younger. Generally I prefer games with a board of sorts, though Monopoly makes me pick the locks to flee. Overdose of that as a child, and I'm a bit bitter that it's "the board game" people think about when one mentions liking board games.
Title: Re: "Classic" games (board games, pen'n'paper RPG, Ring a Ring o' Roses...)
Post by: ettanb on February 08, 2013, 10:37:27 am
I kinda like card games, but I hate the idea of collectible. Fortunately there are great solutions like Dominion Intrigue. The desk is somewhat randomized (so all games are different), and there are expansions, but the game starts with exactly the same cards for both players. No "I am richer, so I am stronger" nonsense of collectible games.
Title: Re: "Classic" games (board games, pen'n'paper RPG, Ring a Ring o' Roses...)
Post by: Penti-chan on February 08, 2013, 11:03:30 am
Indeed. That's why I never got into tournament play with TCGs; only casual play with friends

@Kari: If you ever want to learn the Pokémon card game, I can teach you :3
Title: Re: "Classic" games (board games, pen'n'paper RPG, Ring a Ring o' Roses...)
Post by: stewartsage on February 08, 2013, 01:18:37 pm
Monopoly's been a life long obsession of mine, starting with Junior Monopoly, except no one else in my family likes to play with me.

Other favorites that my brother and I play all the time are Stratego and Risk, though we modified the rules to allow for games that lasted for days with different reinforcement plans, etc.

Bells can also tell you I'm a huge fan of old Avalon Hill board games; B-17 Queen of the Skies usually overrides whatever else I'm doing if I decide to play a mission.
Title: Re: "Classic" games (board games, pen'n'paper RPG, Ring a Ring o' Roses...)
Post by: Bella on February 08, 2013, 05:15:19 pm
Quote from: stewartsage on February 08, 2013, 01:18:37 pm
Monopoly's been a life long obsession of mine, starting with Junior Monopoly, except no one else in my family likes to play with me.


WE MUST PLAY MONOPOLY NEXT TIME WE HANG OUT!! I love that game but I haven't played in aaaaaages. ;^;

Quote from: PentiumMMX on February 08, 2013, 02:21:56 amDuring my trip last summer, Kari introduced me to Apples To Apples. I've considered eventually picking that game up; it was fun playing that over dinner one night :3


Aaah! Same here! I had so much fun playing Apples to Apples with you guys last summer! ^^

I'd also like to try out Cards Against Humanity, which is basically Apples to Apples' foul-mouthed, politically-incorrect sociopath cousin. >>
Title: Re: "Classic" games (board games, pen'n'paper RPG, Ring a Ring o' Roses...)
Post by: Chocofreak13 on February 08, 2013, 05:19:26 pm
the last one sounds cool. as for the others, my sister has a 50th anniversary edition copy of Risk (old-style format where the Soviet Union was one of the powers), but i've never played stratego and i can't stand Monopoly anymore. 4 hours of gameplay per game and we never even finished. maybe that's part of where my need for rapid-turnover music and games comes from. ><;;

@leafchan: i had operation as a kid, but the only person i played with was my mum. i was a meek child (still kind of am), so the buzzer freaked me out.

@TCGs: this is the reason i don't particularly like playing Yugioh with my friend dan. i like it, but he kicks my ass every time because he competes in tournaments and such, while i'm just a hobbyst. he usually goes easy on me, but it's still kind of annoying. :\

@pitkin: heh, yeah, i got that totally wrong. my bad. ^^;;;

@bella: never heard of that one, got a link to a wiki article or something?
Title: Re: "Classic" games (board games, pen'n'paper RPG, Ring a Ring o' Roses...)
Post by: Pitkin on February 08, 2013, 05:29:34 pm
Choco summed the Monopoly quite nicely. I fail to see the interest of doing nothing but throwing dice for X hours to start, proceed and finish with luck at a random landing on a hotel. ^^;

Risk I used to like with heavily modified house rules some over a decade ago, but that too lost its flavour quite quite quickly. I believe the board games dominated by dice rolling that at the same time "fake" being strategic are not for me. To each their own, of course.

But this Apples to Apples, I've never heard of it. What's its principle, could someone enlighten me?

edit: Choco, the confusion over Ghost Stories figures. The name indeed does imply the kind of "Who's Afraid of the Dark?" idea. They could've chosen a more unique name.
Title: Re: "Classic" games (board games, pen'n'paper RPG, Ring a Ring o' Roses...)
Post by: Penti-chan on February 08, 2013, 05:52:15 pm
I kind of like Monopoly, although I haven't played in a long time; I could rarely get people to play because it always took forever (It's really one of those games you need a lot of time to play. Also, add in some house rules to speed it up a bit). I do have a vintage, circa early '60s set somewhere :3

As for card games I'd like to try out, Munchkin. That game sounds fun, and I nearly bought a deck when I was last in Tyler

@Bella: That game sounds amusing xD

@Kari: I've never known anyone personally who played any trading card game on a competitive level. I wouldn't mind playing with you, even if I don't really know how to play Yu-Gi-Oh properly (I did build a deck a while back, though. Never got a chance to try it out before my younger cousin lost interest).

As for the Pokemon card game, it's really easy to learn, and they offer rules for "half deck" play; where you play with a 30-card deck instead of the traditional 60-card deck, allowing for a faster game (I'm more fond of full deck play, but half deck is fun if you want to play a quick round with a friend)

@Pit: Apples to Apples is a card game involving words; one player will place out a card with a description on it, and everyone else plays a card with a word on it that they feel best fits the description. If you get the right group of people together, hilarity ensues
Title: Re: "Classic" games (board games, pen'n'paper RPG, Ring a Ring o' Roses...)
Post by: Pitkin on February 08, 2013, 06:05:22 pm
Thanks, Pentium. From your explanation it turned out I've played the game at the end, just that its name in Finnish was something I couldn't connect. It's really a fun game with a group of friends, and I still fondly remember the "Sex symbol - the Pope" combination. ^^
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Post by: Chocofreak13 on February 09, 2013, 10:53:37 am
okay, with a combo like that we need to play sometime. xDDD

@pent: you're welcome to build a deck for when you come back. playing with Dan IS fun, it's just annoying to get your ass kicked every time. but it doesn't mean I can't put up a good fight.
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Post by: Penti-chan on February 09, 2013, 11:28:12 am
I still have the deck I built floating around. Never got a chance to try it out, but it's still assembled
Title: Re: "Classic" games (board games, pen'n'paper RPG, Ring a Ring o' Roses...)
Post by: Chocofreak13 on February 09, 2013, 12:48:31 pm
well, hang on to it and someday we'll get to play. -w-
Title: Re: "Classic" games (board games, pen'n'paper RPG, Ring a Ring o' Roses...)
Post by: Alex S on February 09, 2013, 01:28:25 pm
@TCGs: ...I am like the exact opposite of most of you all in about this.  I am an avid player of Magic, still have a slight interest in Yugioh, and have gotten into a newer card game called Cardfight! Vanguard that unfortunately doesn't have any printing facilities outside of Asia so the cards are kind of expensive.  Most of my friends play Magic, and my sister and I got into Yugioh when the dubbed anime first began broadcast.

Other non-computer games I'm into... I'm part of a D&D 4e group with my friends, I know the rules if not the strategy for chess, and I like a few 'starnard' card games, like poker, war, BS, etc.

My sister knows how to play Go, but I wasn't really ever interested.
Title: Re: "Classic" games (board games, pen'n'paper RPG, Ring a Ring o' Roses...)
Post by: Chocofreak13 on February 09, 2013, 03:22:30 pm
my sister used to play magic, and my friend mel was brought into it by her friends at college, she's really, really into it now. as for yugioh, i still like to play, i just can't find anyone to play with. >>;

i've heard of Cardfight! Vanguard on the wire recently. anime shops have begun stocking the cards and i've heard it reviewed or advertised in my anime mags. what's it about?
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Post by: Alex S on February 09, 2013, 03:50:40 pm
It's really hard to describe, even using analogies based on other TCGs.  It's kind of like Magic mixed with Yugioh and is also not like either of those at all. Wiki page (http://'http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Cardfight!!_Vanguard#Trading_card_game') would probably do a better job of explaining it.  The game has a lot of worldbuilding and flavor, similar to how Magic is.  The basic premise is that both players are 'spirits' on a distant planet called Cary, and have to power to both command the creatures living there and to possess one as their 'Vanguard'.

One of the biggest problems with the game is that the company, Bushiroad, has no US-based offices yet, and also has no US-based printing facilities.  All of the English cards are printed in Singapore, so that makes them expensive. The US distribution is also kind of lacking; I'm lucky to live near Colorado Springs, with has one of the two officially recognized sellers in Colorado (there's at least on other card store that sells Vanguard here, but they're not listed on the company's website).  Therefore, I'm pretty much the only person that I know who actually owns cards, other than my sister.
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Post by: alfonso_rd_30 on February 09, 2013, 10:28:37 pm
wow... seems interesting... oughta look for the Animoo
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Post by: Chocofreak13 on February 09, 2013, 11:19:44 pm
at least your sister has them. that's something. but tbh if they don't have US distro, are you sure that they were intended to make it here? :\

sounds more adept for a video game, though. x3;
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Post by: Alex S on February 09, 2013, 11:30:47 pm
They have US distribution, just only in specialty card shops and not chain retail stores like Walmart.  I honestly think it'd become more popular if places like Walmart were licensed distributors, but who knows when or if that'd happen.  There's an 'official' Youtube channel for the Singapore English dub of the anime, and subbed episodes can be found through Google, of course.

There actually is a 3DS game based loosely on the anime coming out in a few months... in Japan.  There has been no word as to whether it'll get localized outside Japan, but I hope it does.
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Post by: Chocofreak13 on February 10, 2013, 12:07:23 am
mmm. so the shops are in person, and not online? cause sometimes stuff that isn't meant to leave asia finds its way over here via the use of online shops. :0
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Post by: Alex S on February 10, 2013, 12:25:11 am
http://cf-vanguard.com/en/shop/usa/ (http://cf-vanguard.com/en/shop/usa/)

That's the official website's list of stores that are 'officially' recognized by Bushiroad for selling Vanguard stateside.

They're trying to market the game over here, but unless they get the anime on TV or the game into less specialized stores, I don't think they're going to do too well.  They need to learn some marketing tricks from Konami and Wizards of the Coast in order to get more popular and less obscure.
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Post by: Penti-chan on February 10, 2013, 12:26:38 am
I think I've seen them at the local Wal-Mart. I know I saw something called "Vanguard" over in the trading card area :\
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Post by: Chocofreak13 on February 10, 2013, 12:27:53 am
i'll keep an eye out if i'm ever back in the TCG section of walmart, and let you know. asked my sister to look at hers, too.
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Post by: alfonso_rd_30 on February 10, 2013, 12:29:06 pm
17 stores selling vanguard in the whole conutry, none in my state, one in the neighboring Nuevo Leon but no contact info :(
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Post by: Chocofreak13 on February 10, 2013, 02:57:35 pm
they don't provide it on a map or anything? >:\
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Post by: alfonso_rd_30 on February 10, 2013, 08:40:55 pm
nope...

http://cf-vanguard.com/en/shop/others_americas/#Mexico
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Post by: Chocofreak13 on February 10, 2013, 10:02:40 pm
well shoot.


back on topic. what sort of tabletop games does everyone like?
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Post by: Penti-chan on February 10, 2013, 10:16:24 pm
I'm probably the most fond of card games, due to their portability; given how I played a lot of games with my sister when we were sitting up at the museum with mom. It was easier for us to pack a few different card games vs. lugging a bulky board game up there (Although we sometimes did that anyway; if there was a game we felt like playing)

I didn't get into pen-and-paper RPGs until I was older; I've always had interest, but never enough people to play with, and the group of friends my sister had that did D&D 3.5 always played when they got off work (Which was often very late at night; later than mom would let me stay out). I'd like for out Changeling game to resume :3
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Post by: Chocofreak13 on February 10, 2013, 11:08:32 pm
as would i, man, as would i.

when you get here we'll have to have a one-shot session as part of a welcoming party. -w-
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Post by: LeaflameSD on February 11, 2013, 01:38:27 pm
Who doesn't like a game of SNAP! once in a while?
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Post by: Chocofreak13 on February 11, 2013, 04:31:55 pm
wuzzat?
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Post by: LeaflameSD on February 11, 2013, 05:30:33 pm
You don't know what Snap is?
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Post by: Penti-chan on February 11, 2013, 05:32:54 pm
Me either. What is it?
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Post by: LeaflameSD on February 11, 2013, 05:41:47 pm
I'm shocked. (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hxaRJt-x9sM)
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Post by: alfonso_rd_30 on February 11, 2013, 06:59:22 pm
I didn't know either... seems easy
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Post by: Chocofreak13 on February 11, 2013, 08:23:11 pm
why no wiki links....always videos with you people ><;;

i still want to play koi koi on my birthday.
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Post by: alfonso_rd_30 on February 12, 2013, 05:01:20 pm
Quote from: Chocofreak13 on February 11, 2013, 08:23:11 pm
why no wiki links....always videos with you people ><;;


videos are cooler...

btw, I loved to play stop (basta) a quite pen and paper game
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Post by: Chocofreak13 on February 12, 2013, 05:23:07 pm
cooler to you.....i hate people spamming me with random videos. they clog my connection and i always have to wait till the commercial to see them. >>;;


is anyone here good at trivia games? like trivial persuit and such. i've never been partial to those kind of games myself, but we had a harry potter one that was pretty cool.
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Post by: LeaflameSD on February 12, 2013, 05:32:14 pm
I suck at trivia games.
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Post by: alfonso_rd_30 on February 12, 2013, 06:02:10 pm
we had a TV trivia game... wasgood
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Post by: Chocofreak13 on February 12, 2013, 07:27:38 pm
i like watching jeopardy on tv but in terms of in-person trivia games i doubt i'd do good. >>;
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Post by: NejinOniwa on February 12, 2013, 07:37:58 pm
The clan is in general pretty good at trivia games. We blame it on the so-called P1-morning syndrome... :)
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Post by: Chocofreak13 on February 12, 2013, 09:16:43 pm
so someone actually wins when you play trivial persuit?
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Post by: Penti-chan on February 12, 2013, 10:20:54 pm
I faintly remember playing some trivia games as a kid, but we never were big into them; the closest that we regularly played was this ancient Wheel of Fortune board game
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Post by: alfonso_rd_30 on February 12, 2013, 10:41:40 pm
oh I love jeopardy... I remember we used to have American network on cable, (eng, no subs) and I had to fight with mum for the TV control, since jeopardy came by at the same time slot of her soap operas,... then they took it away and set warner channel which made me watch the <bihg Bang theory
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Post by: Chocofreak13 on February 12, 2013, 11:25:07 pm
big bang theory isn't terrible. we just watched an episode, actually. it's grown on me over the years.

as for jeopardy, though, my grandpa watches that show religiously, and if we're here we watch with him. there's nothing more satisfying than getting a question that the contestants don't. (i've only done it once and it was fucking sweet. -w- )
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Post by: alfonso_rd_30 on February 13, 2013, 02:05:36 am
never said it was bad, only that I miss jeopardy

that is something I used to do
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Post by: Chocofreak13 on February 13, 2013, 02:14:30 am
answer the questions that no one else could? it's great, right?

oddly enough, i don't find it particularly satisfying to do stuff like that with games in person. if the other player(s) can't put up enough of a fight to make it a challenge to beat them, then it feels like a waste of time. (even going against the computer is boring if you win all the time.)
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Post by: Pitkin on February 13, 2013, 04:44:21 am
Trivial Pursuit~ ^.^

Yeah, I like it. Quite much. Have done fairly well in it. Surprisingly well. It's nice. Yes.

edit: Quiz games, I like them generally a lot. My liking for one has a reverse correlation with the percentage of popular culture questions in it, though.
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Post by: LeaflameSD on February 13, 2013, 12:00:27 pm
How about games we played outside or some jargon?
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Post by: Penti-chan on February 13, 2013, 12:29:11 pm
As far as outside games, hide & seek was probably the most played and most commonly played in my neighborhood, followed by freeze tag, and of course, an epic neighborhood-wide water gun war (It was like Team Fortress 2...with water guns, and our battlefield being the dead-end street I live on)

However, I hated playing hide & seek with one girl who used to live across the street. She routinely cheated by hiding too close to base (Which was a house rule everyone agreed on, to keep it fair), trying to tag base and win while the person who is "it" was still counting, reusing the same 3 hiding spots over and over (Especially inside her dad's broken-down truck; which she'd sit in plain sight and lock the door if the person who is "it" got too close), and if you managed to find her (Or were clever and stealthy enough to sneak up on her and open the door on that truck), she'd scream and cry like you took away her favorite toy. Which, her screaming resulted in me getting in trouble even if I didn't do anything wrong. and of course nobody would listen to my side of the story >_>;;

But I'm getting carried away. If we left her our, hide & seek was a fun way to spend a Saturday afternoon :3
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Post by: LeaflameSD on February 13, 2013, 01:50:26 pm
Um... *coughkisschasecough*
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Post by: alfonso_rd_30 on February 13, 2013, 03:56:02 pm
oh yes... hide n' seek was da-boom, we used to play bote pateado... which is hide and seek after kicking a can... the way to lose was fairly simple: be caught first... and to win was to kick the can away, so the one seeking it would seek it again...
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Post by: Chocofreak13 on February 14, 2013, 01:42:45 pm
i didn't do much outside because i didn't have any kids in my neighborhood. at my grandparent's, though, there were some kids down the street i played with. we jumped rope, played kickball in the street, skipit, we swam in their pool (and sometimes my pool) and played on their playground, and i think we played basketball and hopscotch. (at one point in time my grandparents had an old basketball hoop, too.) during the winter my grandpa would take me and my sister sledding at the high school (there's a giant hill in the back there). we also used to ride around the neighborhood, them on bikes, me on my scooter (cause i still can't ride a damn bike).

@pit: wow, you're the first person i've met who's actually good at trivial persuit. xD for some reason i was always more keen on trivia games when they were on the tv or computer. (Encarta's MindMaze, for example.)
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Post by: LeaflameSD on February 14, 2013, 07:50:34 pm
As huge as I am, I loved jump rope :3
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Post by: Chocofreak13 on February 14, 2013, 09:13:59 pm
i did too, though my coordination is rather lacking. xD
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Post by: Penti-chan on February 14, 2013, 09:15:17 pm
I was alright at it, but I typically used my jumprope as a whip (Indiana Jones, yo)
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Post by: Chocofreak13 on February 14, 2013, 09:17:49 pm
that's always fun. one end is broken? tie it together and make a lasso. -w-
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Post by: Penti-chan on February 14, 2013, 09:21:49 pm
Indeed. Why else would Gardy use a jump rope as her primary weapon? :3
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Post by: Chocofreak13 on February 18, 2013, 11:41:25 am
favourite card game? it doesn't have to be with a typical poker deck, it can be something like munchkin if that's it.

i like the game Gloom. i'd like to get a copy of Gloom. the object of the game is to make the family you've been given have the most miserable life possible before killing them. you can also play cards on other people to make the families have happy moments, thus making them lose the points they've built up.
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Post by: LeaflameSD on February 18, 2013, 11:45:50 am
@Kari: I've never heard of Gloom. Explain that to me pwease?

And can someone tell me what Craps is?
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Post by: stewartsage on February 18, 2013, 06:24:20 pm
Its a dice game.

Caaaaaards; I've got three decks in my drawer right now.
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Post by: Penti-chan on February 18, 2013, 06:27:36 pm
My favorite card game would probably be Uno

Speaking of card games, I nearly bought Munchkin last weekend
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Post by: alfonso_rd_30 on February 18, 2013, 07:23:18 pm
I'd go with yu-gi-oh! unfortunately I lost my most loved posession: my rare Guardian Angel Joan card

btw, my first card: (http://i63.photobucket.com/albums/h131/alfonso_rd_24/130218-181811_zps9515122a.jpg)
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Post by: Chocofreak13 on February 19, 2013, 01:11:49 am
i think i have a guardian angel joan, but i'm not sure.
cool card, what is it?

@pent: and someday we shall play.
@stew: next time you come up here bring one. we can play rummy or something. -w-
@leaf: but i just did......*sigh*pinches forehead* okay, so here's how it goes.
you and 1-3 (or more with expansion packs) are dealt a family of 5 people. you are then dealt 5 cards, each having some sort of status effect: either they're a tragic event, which places some points on a character, a joyous event, which takes points away from a character and are played on other peoples' families, or a death card, which is used to kill off one of the people in your (or sometimes someone elses') family, thus netting you all the points that have stacked. the person with the most points after the whole family is dead wins.


apples to apples
koi koi
gloom
rummy
blackjack
kings in the corner
chow sept
go fish

are all card games i like. -w-
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Post by: alfonso_rd_30 on February 19, 2013, 01:41:25 am
a succubus knight... the guy whom introduced m to yu-gi-oh! gifted it to me with my first purchase
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Post by: Chocofreak13 on February 19, 2013, 12:11:19 pm
badass. :0
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Post by: LeaflameSD on February 19, 2013, 02:36:58 pm
@Choco: I'm sorry ;0_0; I'll do better next time I promise.

@Alfonso: I never played Yugioh with anyone, I just collected the cards.

Also... who doesn't like running around hitting your brother/sister with a soft pillow?
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Post by: Simonorged on February 19, 2013, 02:39:56 pm
Yahtzee, Solitaire, usually something I could play by myself though.
I didn't have much of a childhood to start with, my friends from that time tried to kill me.
I usually wanted to be alone.
My little brother used to throw cans of tomatoes at me, and I'd chase him with a stick, does that count?
The only thing I use to do was fight my older brother until one of us was bleeding, a real knock out drag out fight. It got the pent up frustration from life out.
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Post by: Penti-chan on February 19, 2013, 02:43:16 pm
Yatzee is fun. I want to modify the rules to work with d20s >w>;;

Also, my sister and I used to do that...except it was more of a full-scale war with projectile pillows >:3
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Post by: Chocofreak13 on February 20, 2013, 12:21:49 am
my sister used to "experiment" on me with pokes, prods, hugs, etc etc, it annoyed the crap out of me. but the only thing we did with pillows was build forts since our childhood was crappy enough without us fighting each other.

i used to play yahtzee on the computer, on this game software we had. that thing was fun, i need to track it down and play it again. (they had so many different computer players you could play against and they all talked and stuff....)
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Post by: Penti-chan on February 20, 2013, 12:27:19 am
Oh hell yes, pillow forts >:3
I also remember using a coffee table with a sheet over it as a fort once.

You know, one thing I remember seeing at Toys 'R' Us when I was little that I wanted was a collector's edition of Monopoly. Instead of the classic paper money, it had metal coins instead. I remember seeing a store display of it, and thought it looked so cool *w*
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Post by: Chocofreak13 on February 20, 2013, 12:36:50 am
i think my sister has a novelty version of monopoly but otherwise the regular one's in the closet on the other side of the house.

what made our forts so cool was that we snatched the little portable tv that our mum watched in the kitchen sometimes. it only got 3 or 4 channels and it was in black and white, but it was still so cool. -w-
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Post by: alfonso_rd_30 on February 20, 2013, 02:46:14 am
I used to move my mattress to make my fort... or used some chairs and couches to do them...
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Post by: LeaflameSD on February 20, 2013, 05:40:17 am
I remember fighting my brother over a pirated copy of Where The Wild Things Are, and he scratched me on my face so hard that it was peeling off. Blood stung a little. The scar is still there today... o3o
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Post by: alfonso_rd_30 on February 20, 2013, 03:27:30 pm
Quote from: LeaflameSD on February 20, 2013, 05:40:17 am
I remember fighting my brother over a pirated copy of Where The Wild Things Are, and he scratched me on my face so hard that it was peeling off. Blood stung a little. The scar is still there today... o3o


so what...? I once had to get some cookies in the rain, and when my sister refused to share I threatened with a steel transmission rod...

not to mention she once threw a 2x4 on my head while playing...
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Post by: LeaflameSD on February 20, 2013, 04:04:02 pm
OK, you win. That's pretty rough *Bows down*
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Post by: NejinOniwa on February 20, 2013, 04:30:37 pm
What is this now, a sibling fight thread?

Don't make me...
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Post by: alfonso_rd_30 on February 20, 2013, 06:50:00 pm
and forgot to mention when she opened meh skull with a stone...
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Post by: stewartsage on February 21, 2013, 10:33:32 am
Tomorrow's B-17: Queen of the Skies Friday!  One of these days I'll take a picture of my gameboard, so you all can see how chaotic it is.
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Post by: Penti-chan on February 21, 2013, 11:16:12 am
Nice, man ^^

Sometime, I should figure out a board game we can play online together; using a webcam :3
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Post by: Chocofreak13 on February 21, 2013, 12:32:45 pm
i still like the idea of playing MSP Checkers over skype. -w-
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Post by: Penti-chan on February 22, 2013, 11:13:06 pm
Indeed. We should do that sometime

So, on the subject of card games, I remember trying out the Digimon card game. Compared to the Pokémon card game, which I enjoy, the Digimon card game was boring; it basically amounted to rock-paper-scissors with trading cards of Digimon characters. It honestly felt like they didn't care :\

Does anyone else have any traditional games they were excited to try, but were underwhelmed when they finally did?
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Post by: Chocofreak13 on February 26, 2013, 01:00:27 pm
mouse trap, i suppose, but that's mainly because we never played it right. also, poker wasn't as enthusing as i had first assumed. :\
D&D can sometimes be hard for me to get into, too, but that's mainly because of its complexity, not because it's a bad game. :\
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Post by: Penti-chan on February 26, 2013, 01:13:22 pm
I don't think anyone has played Mouse Trap properly, to be honest ^^;
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Post by: Chocofreak13 on February 26, 2013, 01:13:57 pm
i thought you were going to say monopoly. -w-
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Post by: LeaflameSD on February 28, 2013, 05:12:06 pm
Mouse Trap was kinda... suckish to be honest.
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Post by: Chocofreak13 on February 28, 2013, 09:50:24 pm
i happen to like it. but as i said, we never played it "properly". ^^;
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Post by: LeaflameSD on March 01, 2013, 01:58:41 pm
I see.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8HPI_HT6yjo
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Post by: Chocofreak13 on December 12, 2014, 02:17:18 am
feels weird posting this elsewhere, but i don't really intend on following up, so it was kind of a tossup decision to post here.

bought a Wraith: The Oblivion book last week. if the format sounds familiar it's because it's a sister game to Changeling: The Dreaming (they came out during the same era, but Wraith was earlier). i mostly bought it so that A: it'd end up in hands that are going to take good care of it, and B: it's OWoD, which is getting harder and harder to find these days. Wraith was already pretty rare to begin with, to boot, so this was pretty boss.

the book itself is in mostly fine condition; the book has a few dents and scratches but otherwise everything's fine. however, i doubt i'll run it anytime soon. Alex looked at it for about 2 seconds before putting it aside, not due to lack of interest, but because he raises an excellent point that it would require an intense amount of trust and experience on both the players' part but also the storyteller's part. Wraith is a complicated system to run, since while you have to play your character, you simultaneously have to play another character....which may or may not be someone else's character. it's very hard to play AND run and i get the feeling i'll find and save a few .pdfs for something like 5 or 10 years down the line when the people i know are more experienced and ready for a game this tricky.

for now, it will sit with the other OWoD books i have (Changeling: The Dreaming; Werewolf: The Apocalypse; Vampire: The Masquerade) and remain a crossover resource, albeit a scarcely used one.
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Post by: Penti-chan on December 12, 2014, 02:37:02 am
Cool. TBH, I hope we can revive our Changeling campaign after I move
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Post by: stewartsage on December 12, 2014, 07:41:31 pm
One of these days we're all going to sit around a table and I'll force you through a gauntlet in Only War or Dark Heresy.
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Post by: Chocofreak13 on December 12, 2014, 10:20:32 pm
AS LONG AS I CAN PLAY THE MAYOR
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Post by: Penti-chan on December 12, 2014, 10:29:52 pm
*still wants to do Maid RPG ;_;*
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Post by: Chocofreak13 on December 12, 2014, 10:58:47 pm
THE MAYOR IS REQUESTING TO PLAY THE MAYOR
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Post by: LeaflameSD on December 14, 2014, 04:27:03 pm
Anyone?
(http://static.tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pub/images/duel_masters_9351.jpg)
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Post by: Chocofreak13 on December 14, 2014, 04:33:34 pm
oh god.

also, i found and bought a Mind's Eye Theatre book today on a whim. for those not in the know, MET is OWoD's LARPing system. -w-
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Post by: Penti-chan on December 14, 2014, 05:13:26 pm
@Leaf: I remember that xD
(TBH the dub of the anime was pretty good; was rough at the start, but then they stopped taking themselves so seriously and turned it into a parody of Yu-Gi-Oh)

@Kari: Neat; didn't know there was suck a thing :0
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Post by: Chocofreak13 on December 14, 2014, 07:55:23 pm
suck a thing, i should CQ that. -w-

and yeah, there's a LARP. it was hardly used, but it's there.
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Post by: stewartsage on December 14, 2014, 10:01:49 pm
Huh.  oWoD LARP.  Neat.

No, you can't.  I don't let players carry over old characters into a new game ever.
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Post by: Chocofreak13 on December 16, 2014, 02:05:20 am
ughhhhhhhh


making me rethink this idea since he's the only Warhammer character i've ever been attached to >>;