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11 Aug 2019 22:20 #300661 by Saganesque
I have to say that I have a weird exception in my collection for Thurn and Taxis. There was an era where I played it to be social on BSW, and it was suitable for that. I also recall liking the board. Haven't played in years though.
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12 Aug 2019 16:43 #300681 by the_jake_1973
I used to play it a fair amount on Yucata in a 1v1 format. I have enjoyed it well enough. Enough to seek out a copy, but not enough to buy a copy.

It has now faded a bit in my mind and I am comfortable with that.

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13 Aug 2019 11:57 #300702 by Joebot
I haven't played this game in years and years, but my lingering memory of the game is that ... it's brown. The map was brown, the cards were brown, the box was brown. I think even the player pieces were differing shades of brown??? That part might not be true.

In the annals of boring Eurogame themes, "setting up postal routes in medieval Germany" has to take some sort of prize.

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