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Story Games Seattle Message Board What We Played › Pornhausen (Baron Munchausen)

Pornhausen (Baron Munchausen)

Olympia, WA
Post #: 32
Players: Marc, Caroline, Feiya, Shuo, Amy

We learned many important things at tonight's game of Munchausen. Aside from the rhyme and pun prowess of Caroline, who won both rounds, we discovered these essential facts:

  • When you sleep in Dreamland, you awaken in the path of a herd of iron horses.
  • Making lace for the crocodile Pope is a risky proposition; you may need to mace a face through a brace.
  • The brief but important Crustaceous Period belonged to the Tyrannosoapus Rex, a homosexual, loofah-wielding dinosaur.
  • Never have an affair with a robber baron, or you may end up stuck with ownership of a railway to the Moon run by union dwarves.
  • Were-Guinea pigs are considered currency in some parts of England.

After our first exciting session, we opted for a variation. Munchausen: After Dark? Pornhausen? Something along those lines. It got a bit steamy, that's all I know for sure. We found out:

  • You need to dive really deep to find Atlantis.
  • Hunters are generally only interested in ripe fields, not fresh ones.
  • Apparently the volcanic Mt. Vagina is a highly desirable tourist attraction; if you go, you'll probably have to share.
  • Should you find yourself in Paris (Hilton) in Paris, try not to go in-Seine.
  • If Rome is a-rockin', don't come knockin'.

Perhaps my fellow nobles/pornographers would like to share some of their findings?
Ben R.
Group Organizer
Seattle, WA
Post #: 269
How many times did Amy say "that's what she said"? Or was this a different Amy?
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