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Games from the Cellar Episode 2 -- Thebes

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Games from the Cellar Episode 2 -- Thebes

Podcast/Video Details

Episode #
2

Game Information

Game Name
Publisher
Designer
Players
2 - 4
There Will Be Games

Come join us in the cellar for an exploration of boardgame Thebes! 

The panel discusses Thebes, also known as Jenseits Von Theben, a game of press-your-luck and careful use of your time.  Thebes was designed by Peter Prinz and first released in Germany, back when kickstarting was something you did when you had a dead battery.  It's clever calendar mechanism makes for a very interesting turn order factor in the game.  Not to be missed!

There Will Be Games

John "Sagrilarus" Edwards (He/Him)
Associate Writer

John aka Sagrilarus is an old boardgame player. He has no qualifications to write on the subject, and will issue a stern denial of his articles' contents on short notice if pressed.

Articles by Sagrilarus

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Sagrilarus replied the topic: #337625 28 Dec 2022 14:44
I will mention that no one was actually punched in the face in this episode, just threatened.
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Cappster_ replied the topic: #337627 28 Dec 2022 15:40
The Games from the Cellar legal team would like me to read the following statement:

"We, at Games from the Cellar, wanted to make it clear that no Samuels were harmed during the recording of this episode*."

*We can neither confirm nor deny what has or has not occured when there were no microphones recording.