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Dale T.

Location:

Santa Rosa, CA
Hometown: Santa Rosa

Member since:

November 18, 2012

What types of games do you enjoy?

I enjoy cooperative games the most (with my sons especially), but also adventure-themed games that I can add roleplaying elements to. I do like strategy games, but I'm not a big fan (nor am I any good at) military strategy games like Risk, though if I have the time, I'll try most things once. I'm a decent MTG player (own some recreational decks) and enjoy card and dice games. Current favorites are Eldritch Horror, Robinson Crusoe, and Shadows of Brimstone, among others.

What games do you currently own that you would be interested in sharing with the group?

D&D Adventure System (3 titles), Elder Sign/Arkham Horror/Mansions of Madness/Eldritch Horror, Last Night on Earth, Star Wars X-wing Miniatures, Shadows over Camelot, Isla Dorada, Thunderstone, Smallworld, Dreadfleet, Flash Point, Mystery of the Abbey, Mystery Express, Return of the Heroes, Pirates Cove, Sword and Skull, Rocketville, Monsters Menace America, Merchants and Marauders, Munchkin, Race for the Galaxy, Space Alert, Ticket to Ride, Deadwood, Invasion from Outer Space, Talisman, The Hobbit, Castle Panic, Inn-Fighting, Journey to the Center of the Earth, Defenders of the Realm, Beowulf, Red Gnovember, Space Hulk, Star Trek Expeditions...My collection grows...

Introduction

I'm an old school gamer with 2 sons (9 and 12) in the hobby now, as a substitute for video gaming. Board games have gotten better and interesting since I was a kid, and I loved them back then. I stay on top of the newest releases via Kickstarter.


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