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Anyone interested in playing Antiquity online?
City built and validated here. We may need to start an email reminder list up. Y'all know my address, hasn't changed in years.
I'll until tomorrow and if there are no more takers we'll go with the three of us.
Not Sure wrote: Yeah, the rules enforcement really helps the learning process. The rules aren't too bad, but they can be unforgiving sometimes. There's no catch-up built into this thing.
NEVER RUN OUT OF WOOD.
Can't say that enough.
A tough game to master.
Space Ghost, be sure to TM your Antiquity username to Dr Mabuse so he can include you when creating the game.
I'm doing a San Christofori strategy in our other game, trying to build a minimal city to keep pollution down. I think I will be able to pull it off with just my original city and no expansion. I did trip over a rule last turn though, it seems that both hexes of a fishery need to be adjacent to a water hex, not just one of them. That means I need to build another inn. Doh!
I like this game, it has some interesting Euroness to it. Not high on the interaction, though.
I agree. I wish you could mess with your opponent at least a little bit. You know what he's up to at some point (especially once he has a church/saint), but apparently the only way to do something against it is to be quicker in fulfilling your own victory conditions.
Not Sure wrote: I like this game, it has some interesting Euroness to it. Not high on the interaction, though.