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What board games are you BUYING?
Maglev Metro - don't know much about it but it looks like something I'd like.
High Frontier 4 All - They'll kick me out of DSA as an ideological traitor for buying a Phil Eklund game and they'll be right to do it. It makes me itch all over but dammit I've been wanting my own copy of this for ages. This weekend I'm clearing off the Lego table (so long, Tenenbaum House) so I can start soloing this guy.
I'm definitely interested in trying Leaving Earth, but not sure if I want to pony up for it.
HF4A will take a little longer, Thursday of next week. The DSA is going to kick me out as an ideological traitor for buying an Ekland game, and they'll be right to do so, but it's the only one (other than Pax Porfiriana, which I already own) that I'm interested in.
As for the Scotch, I like really peaty, smoky stuff. Last bottle I got was BenRiach and I really liked it.
At some point down the road it will go OOP and I suspect it will hold its value, if not get more expensive.
Cranberries wrote: I'm trying to talk myself into Pax Pamir 2nd edition. It's $90 shipped. I owned the first and sold it thinking I would just snap up the new version. That was a few years ago.
I just bought an unplayed version of the first edition for $43, shipped, and downloaded the print and play files for the 2nd edition, and located the 3d printing files for the 2nd edition knockoff components, so I may be playing some form of Pax Pamir in the near future.
$34.90 shipped. Granted, might have done better with Tiny Epic something-or-other but at the price I just couldn't leave it be when the publisher talked it up.
I love the packaging on this thing. Its simple, uses off-the-shelf parts including mini-dice that don't serve any purpose other than representing their color. Ultra simple Dudes game, fits in a small ziplock.
A guy on reddit more or less said, "I want better production value" which I think is the new phrasing for "component quality". That's fine, but the more I thought about it the more I think getting a good game that will fit into a ziplock (and not even a big one) is a premium feature. I'm tired of the pile of boxes all banging up against each other in my closets.